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Transaxle code came up on engine code

I had my engine code read this morning it was P1739 Transaxle code....Can you please tell me what needs to be done..It is a 98 Honda Accord with 159,000 has had a transmission job 4 years ago

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P1739 transaxle code, It's a "Problem in 3rd Clutch Pressure Switch Circuit" or sometimes know as Pressure Control Solenoid "C. 
That code is for a 3rd clutch failure. It's an internal problem and there isn't a thing you can do to fix it without pulling the transmission. It's a vesy common code when the transmission starts to go.
Sorry for the bad news and good luck




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