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2005 honda civic ex engine light and trans want swift to last ge

My engine light came on and now it want shift into high gear and my owner manual say the light is emission problem not trans any ideas

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It is possible that the emission problem that triggered the check engine light has something to do with the car not shifting into high gear. You need to have the honda scanned for codes to see what exactly is wrong, correct the problem, and see if the transmission issues clear up after the fix. Parts stores offer a free check of engine codes, and can explain what they mean and offer ideas on how to fix the problem. If after getting the codes you still have questions, post them here with the code #'s.

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