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1998 honda civic ex coupe

Auto trasmission is slipping and making noise......pulling engine codes-PO700--PO740 and PO730......any info would be helpful

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P0700 means that a tranny code does exist...
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  • Marty marty Jun 16, 2008

    i see the post has my data sheet cut off...though it was not a problem in the preview ...if you need to read all of this, post back to me.

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