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Honda accord VTI A/T 2.0li 4cyl, 65T kms, takes 2-3 secs after shifting to D before gear engages. Also not very responsive when already running & you step on the gas.

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Possibly needs transmission fluid or needs a transmission fluid flush\filter change.

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