Question about 1996 Honda Odyssey
Gas go up and down replace ica now codes come back as po705 i need to know were is range switch ?
It is your neutral safety switch that needs to be replaced
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
P0705 Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input)
It's on the transmission at the lever where the shifter cables connects onto it.
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Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the lever itself is broken remove it it will have a cable attached to it. unhook the lever from the cable and pull the inner cord of the cable with plyer's or simular. If the lever is'nt broken it may be stressed so follow the same process. As to removing check arround the lever for screws if no screws the lever pivets on a pin gently tap out the pin with a small punch and hammer if you havent got a suitable punch then file or cut the point of a small nail.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
SOURCE: switching transmissions
civic's didn't have hydro trannies until 92. you also didn't specify what it is you are trying to do? assuming you simply made a mistake with the years let me assume that you do in fact have a hydro d-series tranny. if you're trying to put a hydro trans in the 90 crx then you can either get a cable to hydro adapter kit from hasport (and a few other places as well) which will allow you to use the cable on the hydro trans.
you could also convert the car to hydro and then actually not have to modify the trans at all. not many people choose to go this route though because it does require quite a bit more work.
If you are saying that you want to put a cable type trans into a civic that uses hydro then you may be screwed. i've never seen anyone to date do this or even a writeup illustrating how someone would accomplish such a thing.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
i'm sorry i'm not familiar with your vehicle, but a general answer would be either on your shifter assembly, which you'd have to remove the center console trim to access, OR on your transmission near the shifter linkage.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
SOURCE: I had my Honda checked
The 700 code is tranny related it's in limp mode the output or speed sensor is not working properlly and the computer substitutes a fixed sensor value it knows how the car should run. The 720 is the speed sensor change it drive the car and it should go away but dont erase the memory by disconnection the battery. fix it and then drive it.
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
SOURCE: 1997 Honda Accord, 2.2 automatic
you should check out your shift fork when they bend they tend to heat up and get stuck for a bit they should be like $80 dollars but its not the usual DIY because transmission work is tricky i would suggest taking it to a specialized mechanic.
Posted on Jul 11, 2011
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