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93 honda accord, thransmission works fine for about 10 miles. then acts like you shifted to neutral. then will work again later.

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Best advice is to take to shop and get trans service/band adjustment. check fluid level and condition (foamy, milky, contamination) first; check vacuum lines in engine compartment next. Filter may need replacing...

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