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Have a 1995 honda accord lx seller says that when you put it in drive (d-4 on the instrument panel) the light starts to blink . Do you think this is a transmisson problem. It was taken to transmission repair shop , they could not find anything wrong.

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Toyota shares the same problem. when the light blinks it means the overdrive feature in the trans is malfunctioning. Sooner or later it will lead to bigger trans problems. Accords are well known for trans problems.

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