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My 03 E has problems when accelerating with the gears, hardly make a trnsition from lower gears to high I have noted the problem mostly on rainy days but lastly it happen all the time , I have tu accelerate it almos above 4000 to 5000 rpms to make a gear up please help me!

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Had a simular problem on an old accord. solution was to replace the incorrect fluid that someone put into the trans. after that the thing JUST WON'T DIE!!!!! (1990) and i wish it would. i need a new car....like the element

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