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I have a 1990 honda accored and it shifts really hard and the green s won't stop blinking is there anything I can do to try an fix it I can't affored a mechanic and I believe I got ripped off because they said it was to indicate that sports mode was on and clearly that isn't why please tell me thank you Nikita

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Does your speedo work? Do you have a CEL? If not check your speed sensor connection and wiring...
The hard shifting could be caused by poor fluid quality and not be related to the light at all.

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

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  • Nikita m collett Jul 25, 2013

    Thank you all have to try and figure that out tomorrow I know I need to change and flush the trani fluid out and put new in I also was going to check the filter I know the fluid is not red at all it's like yellow all see about the wiring to thank you

  • Nikita m collett Jul 25, 2013

    Thank you all have to try and figure that out tomorrow I know I need to change and flush the trani fluid out and put new in I also was going to check the filter I know the fluid is not red at all it's like yellow all see about the wiring to thank you

  • Nikita m collett Jul 25, 2013

    Is the speedo the sport button or what is that I know the sport drive doesn't work

  • Nikita m collett Jul 25, 2013

    What's a CEL also I don't remember reading anything like that in the manual

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possibly due to low trans fluid pressure. the cooler in the radiator may be plugged. to check, disconnect and bypass cooler with rubber line & clamps. drive 2-3 miles. shifting OK now? install auxillary cooler to bypass one in radiator. you can get one at auto-zone $30-$50. may just need fluid & filter change, but more likely it's the cooler. when they get plugged, either one, pressure drops alot.

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I had a similar issue with my 99. Wouldn't shift out of first, speedometer wouldn't work, etc. Turned out to be the interface module between the engine and ******.
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