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Transmission shifts slugish

1995 accord ex 2,2l auto...replaced with a used transmission topped it off with honda fluids took it for a test run ran fine until i got it on the highway and try to punch it and it didn't shift it just keep going so i was like ok let me stop and start again it shift in its first gear then when the second shift came it sounded like the car bogging down then no more shifting got it up to 70 to see if it would(shift) and it didnt not knowing if i was going to hurt the car i backed off...so trying to eliminate this issue i started again and tried to manually shift gears 1st worked then 2nd then no 3rd or 4th also down shifting from D4 to 3 nothing to 2 nothing then to 1st it down shifts what gives..........more info..doing my research the vin#'s are diffrent mine a 95 (s) and the used one 05(r) also the # on trans 95 is MPOA 2020038 and the used 94 MPOA 10037896...hope i gave you enough info to help me alittle dissapointed but want to solve this issue before my warrentee runs out thanks Kris..

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Hey buddy i have a 94 accord and i replaced the transmission and had the exact same problem. But it took me burning up the new tranny that was stuck in fourth gear on a hill to find out that the shift solenoids on the front of the tranny were bad. They are very expensive, so your best bet is to get them from a junkyard. Also i was told that my transmission control module could be bad, its located under the passenger side dash board, under the carpet. But luckily my problem was the solenoids, but i still had to put a second tranny in.

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