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96 HONDA ACCORD 4 CYL AUTOMATICE KEEPS SHIFTING IN AND OUT OF PASSING GEAR AT 55 TO 60 MPH.

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Clearly - this is a shifting solenoid in your transmission. Either the power leading to the solenoid is not functioning properly or the solenoid needs replacing. there's a slim chance that the transmission fluid is low or otherwise shot... as always check the easiest/ most inexpensive fix first.
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