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Dear Williammoody, My name is Sandy Auyoung and I saw your advice to terry69jam on Sep 26, 2009 in the below trade: http://www.fixya.com/cars/t3024877-2002_honda_transmission_problem_went I have the following error code p1750 which shows up as "Mechanical Problem in Hydraulic Control System of A/T Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid." Your initial recommendation to terry69jam is replacing a tranny. Was your later suggestion on replacement of the shift solenoid be made in lieu of replacing a tranny? Does "pack" mean the shift solenoid? If yes, where can I find a replacement and how much would that cost?

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  • tumbleweed79 Aug 19, 2010

    Thank you Azraelsrl!

    Is the pressure valve difficult to replace? Is that the only possible problem or can there be other issues inside the valve body that can cause p1750. If it can be due to other issues, would it be worthwhile to replace the entire valve body?

  • tumbleweed79 Aug 19, 2010

    Dear Azraelsrl. Thank you so much for all your help. I thought I commented to your response. But it didn't show up so I thought I ask again. Is the pressure valve the only possible problem and is it easy to replace?

    If not, does it make sense to replace the entire valve body? If the valve body is external to the transmission, am I correct to assume that it does not solve the problem if I replace the transmission as most people do when this problem arises and replacement of the valve body is the only solution?

    I see EGR valve as a potential issue based on this thread. Can that be? How can I make sure it is not so that I can have confidence that replacement of the valve body or pressure valve would be the solution?

    http://www.ridgelineownersclub.com/forum...

    Thank you so much for all your help!!!

  • tumbleweed79 Aug 19, 2010

    THANK YOU AZRAELSRI!!!

    I am going to purchase the part now and bring your manual to my mechanic. I am keeping my fingers crossed. I will let you know how it goes. You've made my day! I was really bumped about the prospect of having to shelve out $3K!

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The error code p1750 which shows up as Mechanical Problem in Hydraulic Control System of A/T Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid is caused by a faulty pressure valve. The valve is located in the valve body/pack which is bolted on the outside in that exact model of transmission (and only in it) so replacing just it will solve the problem. Otherwise the valve body is inside the transmission and not sold as a separate part - you will have to replace it whole.

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  • Azrael SRL Aug 19, 2010

    No, the pressure valve is quite easy to replace: you just need to take off one big bolt and disconnect some tubes - it's a one hour job.



    Ideally yes, the entire valve body should be replaced, but the solenoid valve can be purchased and replaced separately. The main part of the valve body is inside the gearbox, only 2 solenoid valves are outside the case (yours is the closest one to the clutch).
    No, you don't need to replace the entire transmission, all gears, clutches and the hydraulic clutch inside it are just fine, the only thing that is damaged are the hydraulic or electric (as in solenoids) commands from the valve body.
    It simply can't be an EGR fault - not only it would have appeared as another error code , but the EGR has absolutely nothing to do with this fault: in the link there it was about a small shifting problem, you have a major failure that prevent proper functioning of the transmission in all cases.

  • Azrael SRL Aug 19, 2010

    BTW for any of us to be notified that you posted a reply you must post it under our answers, otherwise you might never know you did it unless we visit past questions - like i did just now.

  • tumbleweed79 Aug 19, 2010

    Thank youAzraelsrl! By the way, is the pressure valve different from a solenoid valve (stupid question but I know little about mechanical parts)? If yes, then it might make sense to replace both the pressure valve and the solenoid valve, correct? And where can those parts be purchased? Online or at dealer or at a transmission specialist? If it can be purchased separately, I have a family mechanic that I can give the parts for him to try replacing. Thanks so much!

  • Azrael SRL Aug 19, 2010

    A solenoid valve is nothing more than a pressure valve that is controlled with an electromagnet while most other transmissions have their valves controlled mechanically or by hydraulics,  so you have just one valve to replace.



    Parts can be bought from where you can find them. Ideally you should get them from the dealer, but they are expensive. The exact same part can be bought from online sites that deal in brand new original parts for a really lower price, like  http://www.partstrain.com/  . If the part isn't available anywhere, or costs too much new, you can even go to a breakers yard and buy it from them for a pittance.  You need to keep looking for it since each site can change stocks at any moment.

  • tumbleweed79 Aug 19, 2010

    Okay Azraelsrl, this is my last question, I look under partstrain.com and they've separated Automatic Transmission Solenoid into the following criteria:
    Passenger/Driver
    Upper/Center/Lower

    How do I know which one I need? The reason I am asking is that I am ordering the parts to bring to my mechanic.

    And that's it!!!

    THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP. SO MANY ACCORD OWNERS HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM AND THEY'VE REVERTED TO REPLACING THE TRANSMISSION. THANKS AGAIN.

  • tumbleweed79 Aug 19, 2010

    Okay Azraelsrl, this is my last question, I look under partstrain.com and they've separated Automatic Transmission Solenoid into the following criteria:
    Passenger/Driver
    Upper/Center/Lower

    How do I know which one I need? The reason I am asking is that I am ordering the parts to bring to my mechanic.

    And that's it!!!

    THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR HELP. SO MANY ACCORD OWNERS HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM AND THEY'VE REVERTED TO REPLACING THE TRANSMISSION. THANKS AGAIN.

  • Azrael SRL Aug 19, 2010

    First one, Passenger side, upper.

  • Azrael SRL Aug 19, 2010

    BTW this is how it should be installed



    http://media.honda.co.uk/car/owner/media...

  • tumbleweed79 Aug 25, 2010

    Hi Azraelsrl, I went to the mechanic and he replaced a "linear pressure valve solenoid." Is that the correct part? what is the difference between "linear" vs. "locked-up."

    Example of a linear and locked up are below respectively. Thank you.

    LINEAR
    OE Aftermarket Automatic Transmission Solenoid - Passenger Side
    For 2002 Honda Accord SE 4 Cyl 2.3L


    Features
    Brand: OE Aftermarket
    Location: Passenger Side
    Warranty: 12-month or 12,000-mile warranty
    view more
    Description
    PART#: W0133-1599228
    MFR#: W0133-1599228

    OE Aftermarket Automatic Transmission Solenoid - Driver Side, Upper
    2002 Honda Accord SE 4 Cyl 2.3L

    Product Fit
    Fit Note

    * Lock-up Solenoid

    Fits 2002 Honda Accord SE 4 Cyl 2.3L

    * 2000-2002: SE; 4 Cyl 2.3L;

  • Azrael SRL Aug 25, 2010

    Yes, it's the correct one: different country - different name but still the same part.

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