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I have a 4 cilinder Honda Accord 1998, today for the first time the engine light swithced on and the "D4" light started blinking at the same time that the "D3" light was on (the gear setting I was in at the time. What is the cars computer trying to tell me? Thank You

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D4 light on means transmission fault of some sort. Have the vehicle scanned as soon as possible, because it might be a minor glitch, and the transmission could be saved. Have in mind that these transmissions (1998-2002)are notoriously prone to fail around 60-80000 miles. If rebuilt with the remedial kit (i dont remember the proper name for this), the transmission tends to work normally.

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