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Transmition pan removal/ filter for 1994 honda accord 2.2 v tec

Transmition is slipping can you help?

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1st thing to check is fluid level. I am assuming this is an automatic. Drive car 20 minutes to warm up, w/ engine off and car in park. Unscrew the dipstick, wipe w/ clean rag, re-insert, DO NOT screw it in, pull out and check level. Add if necessary. Low level can cause slipping. Replace (screw in dipstick). If you still have trouble, you can drain the fluid, refill and see if that helps. As far as I know, there is no filter on this year and model to change.countrycurt0

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