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Civic 92,auto gear box problem

Hello,i have civic 92 reg,1,5 with auto gearbox and some time ago the gears not changing as they use to,it takes a long time for gears to change,somebody mentioned that i have to change transmision liquids  filters in gear box,its that true or is there another solution to this.Thanks

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There are no filters to change. If the fluid is brown or black in the transmission you should have it changed. If you have over or near 200k miles on your car you should consider getting a good used one with low miles, but should you call around and see if you can get a free inspection at a transmission shop first.

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