Question about 1994 Honda Accord
I own a 94 accord with a 4 speed A/T. Upon starting the engine, the A/T won't immediately respond if i shift the tranny to D4 or even to R (reverse). For me to be able to go to work and leave the garage, is that I rev up the engine several times until the tranny shifts to D4 or R. After a few minutes of driving, the tranny works just fine. It can drive for several miles and hours and hours of cruising without any shifting problem. When I let it sit for a while, engine off, same problem occurs. Is there anything I can do first before I take the car to the repair shop? My D4 shift indicator in the dashboard is blinking continously. Is this a fluid, filter, solenoid, gunk problem?
It sounds like the tranny fluid is low or it needs to be changed i really think its low!
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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