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P0758 Problem in Shift Solenoid Valve B Circuit Fault :
Solenoid Valve 2 B - Open or Short to Earth or B+ Cause:
Wiring/Connectors from/to Solenoid Valve 2 Open or Short to earth.
Solenoid Valve 2 (N89) faulty.
Engine control module (ECM)/Powertrain control module (PCM)/Transmission control module (TCM)
That would most likely be a code 17 from your ecu that is the vehicle speed censer.... E-bay under 20 bucks shipped out... On top of transmission. take off the intake tube it will be between the throttle body and distributor has two 10mm bolts and to save you some trouble don't take off the power steering lines the censer sits on top and separates.... this should fix your problem .... :)
Try flushing the fluid. 2 1/2 quarts come out easily with the drain plug at the driver side. Add only Honda approved fluid. It is OLD dextron and $8 a quart. There is no filter on a Honda but you could add one on the return line from the radiator /cooler. Use Lucas conditioner as a last resort before replacing the solenoids/transmission. My CL had blocked filter mesh screens at the Torque Converter lock-up solenoids.
its right on the front of your transmission . each sensor will have 2 small cylindrical peices potruding out of them ... they r real easy to see. and to fix the problem just take them off and replace them. its super easy. but autozone will try to rip u off on them they charge like 212.00 a peice for them ... so buy online for a better deal about 120.00 if u look around.
I own a 1999 Honda Prelude base model with a automatic sequential tiptronic trans. If your willing to try a couple of things you might get lucky a save your trans. If my suggestions doesn't help your trans
performance then it time to pull out the pocket book. Drain the trans
fluid. Flush the cooler. Remove the 2 solenoid right by the starter motor. Most likely the 2 metal screens are plugged up. Clean them up with parts cleaner. Then wire the solenoids to a battery so when you spray into them with the parts cleaner you can energize the solenoids while spraying cleaner into the 2 ports. The purpose of this is to free up anything that could be making the solenoids stick. Reassemble the
solenoids back onto the trans. Fill the trans with 3 Qts. of OEM Honda fluid. Run the gears through the gears. Then drain that fluid. Do this one more cycle. On the last fill pour a bootle of Lube Guard Additive to condtion the fluid. Good Luck
the trans will actually bolt up to the engine..but it will not work properly without the pressure switch plugged in to the harness... if u notice, there is a hole with no threads in the prelude trans..u couldnt even thread a 3rd gear pressure switch in the trans case..trust me ive seen it b4 at the dealer where i work.. i even went as far as installing the trans and when going back together, saw the difference when trying to plug the harness in...its not the same..i laugh about it now, but was very mad at myself at the time for assumeing the parts guy brought me the right part..the guy with the prelude was about to install my accord trans in his prelude ...luckily i was able to stop him b4 he installed my trans in his prelude...i laugh about it now
No quick fixes, once it slip the transmission is pretty well done due to damage to the clutch packs, pull the pan and see how much debris is in there, if it is allot then an overhaul is needed, I would suggest that all the shift solenoids be replaced during the fix, also make sure th connector to the tran is in good condition, no loose pins or damaged connector locks.