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I have a 2000 Honda Accord with 183,000 miles on it the transmission just started to hessitate before shifting into 2 and 3rd gear. I was told this is common in the Accords and they have a non-recall from Honda, but mine has to many miles. I was also told the problem is caused by the torque converter. If this is true I would replace that, but what to be sure before doing all that work for not.

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With that mileage I would find an additive for the transmission. Ask you parts store for the bestt. I cannot mention products by name but there are additives that are quite effective. Might save you some time and give you a chance to dump the car. Do not change fluid that may be the end for sure. Now is the time when you need a little sludge in the transmission fluid. Transmission work on a Honda is not cheap.

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