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Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Kyle, tx
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Got this from a "service news": (I think it may be just for the 4 cyl. though)
If your customer complains of slippage, flare, or
hard upshifting, the problem may be a faulty A/T
clutch pressure control solenoid A/B assembly.
These solenoids control fluid pressure to the
clutches for smooth shifting.
To fix this problem, first make sure the ATF is
clean and at the proper level. Refill with Honda
ATF-Z1 as needed. Then install a known-good
solenoid assembly, and test-drive the vehicle. If
shifting gets better, order a new solenoid
assembly. If there’s no improvement, continue
with normal troubleshooting.
I'll ask my prince later.....it sounds like torque converter going in & out to me.
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the latest in a long line of Hondas:
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little '98 Civic sedan, everything still works! Named Mater.