2000 Honda accord 162000 miles automatic. shifting rough in to first gear to second gear and third to fourth. the timing belt was changed in 2013. is this a sign that the transmission is out??

Asked by Jun 02, 2014 at 08:15 PM about the 2000 Honda Accord

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2000 Honda accord 162000 miles automatic,  the shifting in to gears is rough does this mean the transmission is going out??

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RE: tranny --- can always get your transmission drained and new filter installed as a first step. I don't like flushing .

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Agreed

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