Q: Car won't go forward when it's on Drive.

asked by on December 03, 2016

I have 2003 Honda Civic, it turns on fine but when I put it to Drive it won't move, it works when it's on reverse, 2nd and D3 but for some reason it doesn't move when it's on Drive. What may be the problem ?
My car has an automatic transmission.

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