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Honda civic 2004 gearbox problem 1and2 gear is slipping I have many times change cluch plates please can you tell me what is the problem,why is1and2 gear is slipping

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Clutch,pressure plate and through out bearing all have to be replaced at the same time,always.If you still have the problem it's in your gear box.

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