Hi, I just bought me a Honda CR-V 96 but when I put it from P to R I feel a shock. When it is in D4 it also gives a heavy shock when shifting to the second gear. From 2nd to 3rd it becomes smooter and the rest of the gears you don't even notice it shifting ! Do you think there might be aproblem with the transmission ? Thanks

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Asked by Jul 09, 2012 at 08:35 PM about the 1996 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Bring it to a mechanic and have them check the motor mounts.

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I brought it to the mechanic and it seems that the motor mounts are sill good. He advised me to change the transmission fluid. So I did that this after noon and it works. It shifts so smoothly it is like a new car. Thank you cargurus.

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