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Car slip out of gear when full throttle and let of gas

Hey guys just have a intermiten problem with my car. It doesn't happen all the time just once in a blue moon. I accelerate fast and when I let off gas the car feels like it just slips out of gear and I have to put in nuetral and back to drive and its ok after that. What can this be is my trasmission going out it only has 45k on it. If so this is ridiculous I don't think my tranny has ever gone out that early. The last time my clutch or tranny went out was on my 92 civic that had over 100k miles. Any help would be much appreciated
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Any EVIC trouble codes?
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Any EVIC trouble codes?

The check engine comes on and goes off the next day.
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The check engine comes on and goes off the next day.
When it is on do the on-off-on-off-on thingy with the key and read the code(s) in the EVIC. Be prepared to write them down. Then come back here and tell us what they are.

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If your car is producing trouble codes then they usually are stored in memory.

Get in the car, close the door. Perform the following steps fairly quickly (less than 3 seconds) :

Turn key to ON
then back to ACC
then to ON
then back to ACC
then to ON

If there are any stored codes, they will appear immediately, in place of the odometer. For instance an "INTAKE AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR CIRCUIT HIGH" error will set a code of P0113.

Once the codes have been displayed, you'll see "-----". If there are no trouble codes, the dashes will be the first item displayed.
After a few seconds, the display changes to "-dOnE-".

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