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I bought honda accord recently 2004 model. Everything working fine. Cruise control and all electronics working fine. But it jerk in first and second gear then it pick up the power. When i want to speedup it takes bit time then shootup. I dont know what is the problem. Any suggestion please.

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This problem is caused by disparity between Vehicle speed and Transmission RPM preset for that speed. Transmission automatically shifts gears smoothly when car reaches a preset speed, set by the manufacturer. If either the shift solenoid is not responding or the Transmission is slipping JERK will be experienced. First check fluid levels and change fluid if it has not been changed in the last 45,000 miles. Since you just bought the car you have no knowledge. Do not do Transmission flush if you have over 100,000 miles. Only do drain and fill with Honda Fluid. Only Drain and fill is recommended so as not to wash away/disturb the friction material by power flushing. During drain and fill add a bottle of Torgue multiplier fluid available in Auto part stores. If this does not work then take it to a Transmission shop for them to diagnose.

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SOURCE: 1992 Honda Accord, cruise control will not engage

defective switch or an electrical short. please email me at meanness628@aim.com with anymore info you have

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SOURCE: 2004 Dodge Stratus automatic has trouble shifting gears

I had the same problem - it was a fuse that controls the speedometer and the shifting solenoid

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SOURCE: Is there a fuse for the 2004 honda accord cruise

in the fuse box under your dash

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I have the same problem I bought one with the same problem. Does any one have a solution.

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SOURCE: cruise control

Try to clean/change the brake switch. The switch is positioned at the brake pedal. On Accord 2003 it can be very easily removed by anti-clockwise rotation of the switch. You can replace the switch with a new one or you can clean the contacts of the old one, since the switch can be dismantled very easily.

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