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When shifting gears in my 1997 honda civic I hear reveing noice, what could be causing it?

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  • foxyladysing Mar 26, 2011

    the car is manual transmission

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If it's an automatic it means the clutches inside the transmition are slipping. Sometimes you can change the trans. oil and filter and save the trany, but more times than not, by the time you hear it slipping (or reving) it's too late to save the transmition.

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  • dlampman Mar 29, 2011

    Then it's probably a bad clutch.

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