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My 2002honda civic ex automatic transmission slips ,it will pull the car about 100 ft to 200 ft and stops pulling, does this sound like filter problem

When cranked up and put in gear, your good for one time, come back in one hour or two and it will do it again

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The hydraulic pressure to the clutches/ bands is failing the first thing to do is check the fluid level if thats ok does it smell contaminated ie burnt and looks black in colour? if the transmission filter is blocked the fluid will be badly blacked but it it may be to late to save the gearbox from damage i think you should try to find a autogearbox specialist to help.

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