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(2000 Acura TL)
in Philadelphia, PA on March 07, 2009
do a 2000 acura TL 3.2 have a hydraulic control unit on the tranmission mine is slipping but there no leaking the trans is full of fluids it take a long time for the car to shift out of first gear (it a automatic)
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on March 08, 2009
Your Acura's transmission is controlled by a computer. The computer activates shift solenoids to shift the gears in the trans. When the transmission won't shift properly, it's usually an issue with the transmission and not the computer that controls it. I have seen some issues with wiring, but it's rare. Most of the time it's a problem with the transmission. The trans could have any number of issues from a solenoid problem to an internal issue that requires transmission replacement. It's probably best to have a qualified technician look at the issue for you.
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