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    Default Honda Civic 2004 EXI PROSMETIC Transmission issue

    aoa guys we are facing an issue with the said car transmission. lets go back a year, we faced problem in the transmission when suddenly the car refused to move, on investigation we found burned clutch plates inside the transmission, went for an overhaul and everything was fixed. at that time we changed every part with offcorse the genuine ones, including the filter. everything after this working fine wasnt facing any issue until now, or say 1/2 months ago from now. The issue is that sometimes when the car have to suddenly shift down and shift up again.. it refuses to do so. :s i have to change back to N and then to D, everything becomes normal again.
    it was not happening everyday thats why i was not able to show my mechanic what actually happens, it is like once a month, my mechanic suggested to change the oil and he also serviced the solenoid. but yesterday it happened again. i am confused what to do changing the oil costed us 5k but even then it was of no fruit. please suggest what should we do that is not much costly and fixes our problem.
    i am hoping @Xulfiqar could guide us what should we do about it
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    any 1?
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    is your car on cng ?

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    yes it is
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    @Xulfiqar dere?
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    sounds like a sticky piston or some port in the valve body is partially clogged, did you use NEW parts for overhaul, did the mechanic tighten the valve body pieces with a torque ratchet or his "pana & mukka"
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    yes, new parts
    both, pana and mukka and torque ratchet.
    what would u say about solenoids? and what do u suggest i should do now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xulfiqar View Post
    sounds like a sticky piston or some port in the valve body is partially clogged, did you use NEW parts for overhaul, did the mechanic tighten the valve body pieces with a torque ratchet or his "pana & mukka"

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    firstly make sure the shift solenoids are not sticky and the bad thing is that you have a Honda trans, to service the valve body again the transmission needs to be taken down to bits rather than like every other brand name who use a pan.
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