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2nd gear is always where the problems start in these transmissions,2nd is the hardest worked set of clutches.most likely what you are feeling is a slide-----bang.This is caused by the 2nd clutches being burned due to low line pressure and that is the real problem.Low line pressure is almost always caused by the filter being restricted due to converter clutch material.The real failure is the converter and always is.I have rebuilt thousands of honda units in the past 25 years and the same thing is always true.You can sevice the filter without disassembly and by the time it clogs the problems are major.Time to seek a good rebuilder.Good luck!

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