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Using 2004 honda accord auto transmission

I dont know how to use and when to select D, D3, 2, 1. Thanks

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Just use D. that is drive and the transmission will do what is best for the car
the d3 means the overdrive is off,and the rpm will be quite high at 70km or more.
d3 is used for minor gradient to slow the car down.d2 is for a fairly steep hill.
driving in d1 will give you a top speed of around 50kmh.
basically d1 is like 1st gear d2 is first then 2nd d3 1st ,2nd and stays in 3
and D which is 1,2,then 3 and around 70kmh 4th .

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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It's real easy for normal driving select D .
If your towing a trailer or caravan and going downhill change from D to D3 so the engine helps slow the car and not just the brakes.
So if you never tow just select D simple as that.
Hope this helps
Cheers
George

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D will do just fine but most say city driving use d3 but at higher speeds you will burn more gas because the car will rev higher

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