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Old 05-15-2011, 09:10 PM
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5th Gen Auto - Diagnostic

I'm still searching for a manual transmission, but figured I would see what is up with my auto in the mean time.

I have CEL showing the P0700 and P0730 (bad ratio code). I've cleaned the LINEAR solenoid assembly #3, cleaned the lock up solenoid #5, both had clogged screens.

I also tested each with a battery, the lock up solenoid was OK, the linear had an issue with one of the solenoids not opening with a 9v battery but opened with a 12v.

The transmission is acting like it is in safe mode and not shifting from 1st gear and not wanting to go in to reverse unless the rpms are at 5k. Even with the sport shifter it will light up the next gear, but not shift.

Anyone have experience working with the auto trans that could give some insight?
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Old 05-15-2011, 10:08 PM
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Re: 5th Gen Auto - Diagnostic

sorry bud, I know very little about the auto trans... Other than the fact that it fails inevitably.
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I know nothing of hydrolics so i cant seem to figure it out either.
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Re: 5th Gen Auto - Diagnostic

Have you checked all the solenoids? From what I've experienced, that's usually the problem. Also, you might check to see if something is stuck...even if it doesn't seem to be a part of the problem. Don't rule out anything. Here, I posted this on the Failure Guide(5th Gen), but I'll post it here too. 5th Gen Auto Tranny Parts and resource guide
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Re: 5th Gen Auto - Diagnostic

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Have you checked all the solenoids? From what I've experienced, that's usually the problem. Also, you might check to see if something is stuck...even if it doesn't seem to be a part of the problem. Don't rule out anything. Here, I posted this on the Failure Guide(5th Gen), but I'll post it here too. 5th Gen Auto Tranny Parts and resource guide
Any way of cleaning these solenoids by removing the tranny and inspecting it?
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Most of them are bolted on the outside and you can unbolt and clean. I think some are also inside the trans which would require you to unbolt from engine, etc...
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Re: 5th Gen Auto - Diagnostic

^^ what he said. If you're familiar with engines, then with Honda's, just think 10X tighter fit with everything. and 10X less room to work. AND, if you're used to American engines, ours are oriented a different way in the engine bay.
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