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1990 Honda Accord

I have a 90 Honda Accord with a manual 5 speed tranny. When I was driving it the other day, it popped out of 5th gear and would not go into 5th again. Then, a few miles later it poped out of 4th gear and will not go back into 4th gear. Now I only have R, 1, 2, 3. What is wrong? Do I need to replace the tranny or is there a simple fix?

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IT SOUNDS LIKE YOUR CUTCH PLATE WHICH IS ULTIMATELY RESPONSIBLE FOR PUTTING THE CAR IN THE PROPER GEAR, SORRY NO QUICK FIX.

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