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2004 Honda Civic automatic transmission, will not shift, stays in first gear.

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Change the tranny fluid (hava a shop do it, you cannot do it yourself) and filter, and have them look for metal shavings in the drained fluid- this would signify a tranny going bad, or one that already has gone bad. the filter could simply be clogged, the fluid could be excessively dirty, or, worst case scenerio, the torque converter could be on its way out or completely shot. sometimes a torque converter that is about to go bad can be used for several more months after a fluid change, and sometimes the fluid change will not help the problem. it all depends on how far gone the torque converter is.

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