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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A very common late 90's code, P1457 is a failure in one of the evap
system solenoid valves. There are 2 culprits, the Vent Control Valve
& the 2 Way Bypass Valve. So, start working with those and see if you can get the 1457 code off of it.
I also looked around about the 1739 code as well which a transaxle error. However, I've found that there has been more than enough reported cases of problems of the such. Take a look at this link, and do a little reading.
I hope this helps you out.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
sounds like the trans range sensor or it could be internal trans problem. is the trans shifting ok? if not, it might need an overhaul. the sensor might be something you can tackle but it's on top of the trans right below the air filter housing. it the sensor that the shifter cable is connected to. you'll have to have it in neutral to install it as the sensor has line up marks on it.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: 1998 HONDA ACCORD TRANSMISSION
If it is an automatic tranny, i had a similar problem in a 1989 CRX with an auto tranny. Your problem could be your torque converter, You may have knocked it a 1/2in or so when you connected and bolted the motor down to the tranny, in doing so you like i said, budged the torque converter out of its appropiate place. So it may or may not be grabbing like it should.....
If this is the problem, remove the motor from the tranny, (and you might as well replace your seal while at it if you havent), adjust the converter back into place, until it grabs ahold of the tranny, you will feel it, shove it back there. Take note of how it moves and what makes it come out of place, with that in mind, REPUT the tranny back in, bolt it down. Prey thats the problem
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
SOURCE: 92 Accord Automatic shifting
Has anyone change the transmission fluid and used anything other than Honda ATF-Z1. If so, have the fluid/filter changed in this car and use only Honda Fluid. This is the only fluid that you can use in a Honda. Even if you have used the correct fluid an fluid/filter change may help. If that is not the case then I suggest you seek out a trusted professional.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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This TSB supersedes TSB 03-40-013 to add repair information (Steps 2~3).
An improperly adjusted or improperly operating range switch may result in the following conditions:
• Diagnostic trouble codes:
• P0705 - Range switch signal problem
• P0707 - Range switch - open circuit
• P0708 - Range switch - short circuit or multiple inputs
• Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) illuminated
• Impossible engine start in "P" or "N"
This TSB provides information concerning the proper adjustment and diagnosis of the transaxle range switch.
1. Attach a GDS and check for DTC in both the "Engine" and "Automatic Transaxle" menus. Go to Step 2 for 2000~02 Accent or Step 3 for 2006~ Sonata. For other vehicles, go to Step 4.
2. For 2000~2002 Accent: Check according to TSB 03-40-001. Go to Step 4.
3. For 2006~ Sonata, follow steps a,b,c below, then go to Step 4.
a. Check the rear combination lamp ground bolts for tightness and good electrical contact (refer to applicable ETM, "Tail, Parking & License Lamps" section). Go to Step b.Page 2 of 6
b. For 2006~ Sonata: Remove the center console cover and check for contamination on the M40 connector to the sports mode switch. If so, clean and repair the connector as necessary. Go to step c below.
c. For 2006~07 Sonata: Remove the front pillar cover and verify the harness is properly routed near the clip. Repair the harness as necessary. Go to Step 4.
4. Attach a GDS and select vehicle, "A/T" menu, "Current Data" and "Shift Lever Switch".
5. Move the shift lever and confirm the GDS reads the gear shift position as shown below. If so, the harness currently does not have an open or short circuit between. the PCM/TCM and range switch.
Hope this helps.
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