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The trans won't shift into d3 or d4 without some finess with gas pedal and manual shifting. When it is warm it seems better, but still goes into a free wheeling feel. I can pull over and turn car off for a minute with it in park. I then start it up and it seems fine for a few minutes then starts not shifting into d3, d4 again. I think it is an electronic problem rather than the old clutch packs slipping and need to be rebuild. Can you help me???

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The shift points in the trans are electroniclly controlled if they are going bad witch is normally the case with the accord auto trans.you can either have the trans rebuilt or get a new one.

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