Subi tell me that the code on my 94 Legacy Sedan suggests that the CPC
solenoid needs to be replaced.
Asked Subi dealer to tell me but they said " We would have to jack it up
and that would require a service ticket"
Thought that was comparable to "If I told you I would have to kill you"!!
Asked Subi dealer to show me a new part They said "Not easily"
This was all while my other 98 OBW was being worked on.
Can anyone give me information on where the CPC solenoid is located on
the 94 Legacy Sedan ? It's not shown in the otc books.
when entering the excelleration lane on interstate car will reach 60mph then stop taking gas and start vibrating sometimes cutting off
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you need a better mechanic that traces ALL of the possibilities of each code, not just read the code and trow in a part hoping that it's fixed ~ it can be wiring as well, not just plug in a new part as mentioned on the 2nd trouble code to the vehicle speed sensor
You can get a replacement solenoid at a place like MB Transmissions on 63 San Jose Avenue in San Jose, Ca. They run about 40-75 bucks each. If you need another transmission, you can get a used one or a rebuilt one. Do you have a check engine light? If you do, you need to put it on a computer and get the codes for it. The codes will tell you what to do next. Flashing D light means a trans code is stored. How To Pull Honda Codes Without Scanner EricTheCarGuy
The code that came up will tell you what sensor/ servo/ solenoid needs attention. Forget the starter suggestion. Most probably if it has a transmission code it would be a transmission control module . Come back in a comment as to the code so that we may be able to help you with suggestions as to where the shop should look.
The code 45 in a later model is for the AWD control module causing harsh shifts. On a 2000 model the warranty per recall is 8 years and 100,000 miles. For your model you can try calling a dealer about recalls.
There are two sensors, one for ECU temp. readings with two pin connector and other one with only one wire, which has been probably disconnected when you replaced the CPC solenoid - very close position.