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1994 Honda Accord
May, 28, 2013 AT 3:43 PM
I slammed on my brakes while driving my 1994 Honda Accord (automatic transmission). Since then, my car has had a real hard time shifting gears. It will rev-up at 2nd gear and if its not going fast enough the transmission won't shift into 3rd.
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May, 28, 2013 AT 6:11 PM
Check the transmission fluid level and condition.
Check for trouble codes.
Have the throttle position sensor tested.
Is the speedometer working correctly?
May, 28, 2013 AT 6:51 PM
The speedometer has been acting up for a long time so I didn't think that it could be a problem.
May, 28, 2013 AT 6:53 PM
Oh also, How do I check for trouble codes and have the throttle position tested? Go to a mechanic?
May, 29, 2013 AT 5:59 AM
Above link shows how to retrieve trouble codes.
A faulty vehicle speed sensor would cause the speedometer to fail and a failled VSS can affect driveability and transmission shifting irregularities.
To test the TPS you would need a DVOM and follow some procedures.
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