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Acceleration lazy in 2nd gear

On 98 civic 4dr sedan, I noticed while parking recently that in 2nd gear the response is extremely lazy and laboured as compared to the other gear positions. Car has 186k, transmission fluid/filter replaced appx 2yrs ago. Any advice? Thanks a lot, Jules.

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Try chaecking the tranny fluid to make sure it's at optimal level. After that if it still has issues, Try getting your clutch and gear plates checked. If it's an automatic have your Torque converter checked for poor connection.

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