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Hi my 96 honda civic D15b multi matic auto lost top gear after about 100k drive and would not change back to top unless i stoped and turned the car off .I would start the car put in drive and go but would be in top stait away and would get to about 95 kph but if i pushed it any further it would lose top and the D for drive lite would start blinking and rev needle would shoot from 2k to 5k and i would do it all over again .I had over 500 kms still to go to get home so i was under pressure.At the time it was about 30+degres outside so i put the airconditioning on and f*#k me days it stopped doing it and went fine but the revs wer up and down threw the gears till you hit your cruising speed witch was 1ookph its still going good today but still got the up and down revs but all the gears and i dont need the aircon on if anyone knows what this problem is can you give me some help so i can get strait to the problem cheers.

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Its a old car 15yrs old and i wouldnt drive it any further than the local supermarket in case it broke down ,trade it in for a manual diesel model before you spend money on it which is what its going to come too very soon ,new gearbox is the car worth this sort of money ?? i dont thnik so -automatic petrol even in superb condition its only worth 1000euros tops ,and this is with years inspection stamp

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