Question about Honda Accord
You need to check to resistance of all solenoids of this transmission.
If you are referring to the solenoids on the front lower portion of the transmission, a 10 mm socket with a 3 inch extension and a ratchet will remove the solenoids. you can check them out of the vehicle. if one is out of spec, you must replace both b and c shift solenoid. Note Honda refers to these solenoids as solenoid and solenoid B. One more thing, if you disconnect the battery and take the battery and battery tray out, if is very easy to get to all the solenoids. Make sure you have the security code for the radio, or it may not have full function when powered up. Good Luck
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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Did you change the filter? You should also test the vacuum controlled actuator with vacuum tester. Ohms seems in range as they should be. It is a common problem with these trannys. The servos go quick as well
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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