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96 Honda Accord D (Drive) light is flashing!

Recently my 96 Honda Accord D (Drive) light started flahing. So far, it has still been running. What do I need to do? I want to prevent anything worse to happen. Thank you SO much in advance for your help!!

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Try checking transmission oil, top it off or have it changed. If still not fixed go to autozone or similar and have them hook it up to a machine that will diagnose problems to make sure it isn't just a faulty sensor or something. It is transmission related so don't just let it go.

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