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Changing gears it takes too long to change gears

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On an automatic?
Don't use it at all
Drop off at a trans shop or dealer

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

Testimonial: "it works good but when it changes gears it takes long like it forces it to change. the first change is at 29mph on a honda accord 1994 automatic"

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1 check the level of your gear box oil

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