Q: have a Honda accord 2005. While I was turning my car mad a loud whining noise like an electric noise when I put it on park or dri

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have a Honda accord 2005. While I was turning my car mad a loud whining noise like an electric noise when I put it on park or drive, I took the key out right away and it stopped . I checked my oils and it was a bit low and refilled the oil. I let it sit over night and the next day I turned it back on went around the block and it just stop running but the car was still on. Does this mean it's my transmission? Please help

My car has an automatic transmission.

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