Question about Honda Cars & Trucks
The P07 codes are TRANNY.
errors from the TCM (tranny brain)
your tranny is sick.
check all fuses.
that is a hybrid, take it to handa and get that very complex car fixed.
got a CVT tranny, if you dont know, then you only have 1 choice.
take it in.
my guess is its a reg. A/T transmission (planetary gears)
Engine running and the PCM detected an Automatic Transaxle fault.
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
those codes are thrown when there is a momentary hicup in the electrical delivery from the battery pack. clear the codes and drive it, if they dont come back you are all good, it they do come back then you most likely have a corrosion issue between the battery monitor system and the battery
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: 2004 civic hybrid - cruise
Check fuse #4 10A in the engine bay fuse box.Fuse #7 under the dash which is a 15A.
Another possible cause is a bad horn relay. Hit the horn to make sure it works.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
there should be some screws on the radio side on each you can unscrew them and the whoe piece comes out that should work
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Unlock the drivers door twice. The other doors have to be closed and if their not electrically closed it'll still not reset. Double lock the drivers door with the key all the doors should lock.. The alarm should stop. Unlock the drivers door and then get inthe car and start it soon. the sysstem should go though a full reset and it should be normal again.
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
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