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Old 10-03-2019, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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88 Prelude S3 Light flashing Auto Tranny

I am gonna keep it short and simple, my car recently warmed up and ready to go works great as usually S3 and S4 can be used.

Everything is great up until when I leave school for the day, the drive back goes fine then my S3 light begins blinking. No stress on the car is put, to get down from campus it is a lot of downhill and surface streets to get to home.

Shop has no clue what is causing it, transmission fluid was switched up and nothing there. Looked at the TCU and ECU, nothing related to the light flashing pops up other than my MAP sensor needing to be replaced. When this is happening I know my temperature gauge acts funky, moving up and down when I go over a speed bump, or goes all the way down if I hard accelerate.

We ruled out the tranny solenoids as they are all working in perfect order. If anyone has had the same problem how did you work around it or fix it? Its my daily driver, 102k miles, 88 2.0 Si 4WS. Thanks!
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