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I have a 1997 honda accord 2.2 automatic trans. the trans started slipping a couple times just for a couple seconds then it was fine, Last week on my way home I only had 1st and 2nd I made it home driving slow. the next day at first I had 1st and 2nd but then I lost that now I have rev and nothing else. But it don't just go into rev. I have to bring the motor up to about 1500 rpm. could the trans. computer do this or the torque converter or do you think I need another trans. thank you Jim

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Check your tranny fluid I had a similer issue with a different truck and it was a clogged trans filter which caused it to pump the fluid up the dip stick I changed the fluid and didn't have an issue again until I blew the engine. So I would change that first regardless.

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