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99 honda prelude A.T. stuck in park

Stuck in park, and when it does drive, it slips gear and my speedometer stops working along with the lights on the dash. Mechanic is telling me he thinks its the trans. control module which needs replacement. Any input?

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The Lude automat trans are garbage and do have alot of issues. I went through two auto trans in 10.000 miles. The car would just rev like it was in neutral then sometimes catch a gear. Its cheaper to just do a auto to manual swap. But don't get fooled into using an accord trans thr garbage make sure you get a life trans. Your car will be way faster than it is now and you'll have no more issues at half the price.

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  • Ludekrs Mar 12, 2012

    I have a 99 also. Oh and that's Lude trans not life. iPhone mistake

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Have you towed anything with your car could of blown a fuse from the auto box therefore not allowing you to shift out or into park happened to a friend of mine that fixed the problem, check your fuses?

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