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How dix this code p1738 on a 98 honda accord?

Just recently had my transmission rebuilt and my right axle replaced.

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SOURCE: 1998 Honda Accord transmission problem

This transmission have shift solenoids that are mounted on the outside in my personal experience I have rectified shift problem with these transmissions by simply change a solenoid or two. My recommendation is to put this vehicle on a code scanner and find out what is at fault first. If its a solenoid just replace, they are a dealer only part and that should take care of your problem. Good Luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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SOURCE: honda accord lx 1996 6 transmission dipstick

For the V-6 model, the dipstick is located down low on the transaxle, on the drivers side of the car, if it is low, usually 1 pint of of fluid is needed to raise from low notch to high notch. also if it appears to be dark or burnt, smells burnt, you should replace the tranaxle fluid. Good Luck!

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SOURCE: 1998 honda accord rebuilt transmission

There is a break in period on new transmissions, however it should not be shifting like you described. Shifting is controlled by sensors and solenoids, it is the clutch disks and friction plates that need to be broken in. A number of things could cause a transmission to act like this. You should have them do a whole system scan and find out if there are any faults. It there are, correct them before you damage the transmission.

If it were normal for a car to shift poorly with a new transmission, Honda would never sell any new cars.

Check fluid level and color - If it is burned, take it back immediately.

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SOURCE: 4 Diagnostic Codes for 2002 Honda Accord

p1738 p0135

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Best to clear the computer codes & see what codes if any come back. You will need a scanner that can clear codes to do it .. Or if there is an Auto Value around you they can do it.

If P1738 returns I would bring the car back to the transmission shop.

I put the code details below.

P1738: Problem in 2nd Clutch Pressure Switch Circuit

P1456: Evaporative Emission Control System Leak Detected Small Leak

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Iit could be your half shaft axles that need replacing rather than the tranny. Jack up the front of your vehicle and support it with jack stands (safety should be your first priority). Grab your wheels and try spinning it. If it spins freely, you'll need to replace your axle. If your able to spin your wheel and engage the opposite side axle, chances are your axles are okay and the tranny is shot. Good luck.

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