Question about Honda Civic
Posted by Anonymous on
Your vehicle is having one of three possible problems, both of which have to do with your transmission.
1. the transmission is really low on transmission fluid, in which case just add more (of the correct type for your car) to it until it shows up correctly on the dipstick. Try checking the transmission's dipstick while the engine is on and warm, making sure it does show up as being on the dipstick and that it is between the COLD and HOT markings.
2. The transmission is in need of a filter and fluid change which may or may not fix it. Usually it does.
3.It needs to be possibly fixed or rebuilt at a qualified transmission repair business.
Good Luck! Rich L.
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