I own a 2000 Honda Accord v6 the check engine light came on along with a on 2000 Honda Accord

flashing drive light on the cluster. The sevice people said I needed a range switch, additionly my car now reveres roughly. With the new range switch what is the likelihood this will solve the problem or am likely to eventually have more serious transmission problems? Just brought the car would it be wise to return it to the dealer and avoid future problems and costs?

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Bring it to the dealer for correct diagnosis Have dealer run a "VIN" status report should tell if trans has already been replaced or other repairs(under warranty)that were done.