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How to fix the automatic transaxle malfunction

P0780 code for Honda se

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Possible causes of OBD code P0780
- Low transmission fluid level - Dirty transmission fluid - Faulty shifting solenoid valve - Shifting solenoid valve harness or connectors - Shifting solenoid valve circuit is open or shorted The Error code is generally activated on detection of the following conditions: The P0780 codes is detected when no rotation change occurs between input (turbine revolution sensor) and output (revolution sensor) and shifting time is long or when shifting ends immediately or when engine revs up unusually during shifting.So check out these points and see if any are all help keep me posted

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SOURCE: I have a 2000 honda accord lx v6 auto. Keep

This is indicating a shift malfunction. This needs to be diagnosed by a trusted transmission shop in your area.

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No reverse. What are the probable causes of DTCs P0700 and P0780?


I own a 2003 ODY & frequent ODYCLUB.com forums for answers.
General opinion is when these trannys go out, it happens quickly.
But, it never hurts to know your issues and options before taking a dealer mechanic's word.
1. Codes for Low transmission fluid: P0730 & P0780
2. P0700: Sorry, but a dealer has the HONDA diagnostic tool to find the real problem code. P0700 is a generic "transmission error" code used by after-market diagnostics.
3. Check if your "D" is lighting up on the shift indicator.

Here are some helpful links from the ODYCLUB Forum:
Note: Always check for healthy orange colored tranny fluid before re-filling. Black is BURNED and needs replace & might indicate clogged screens or worse.

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My 2001 Honda Odyssey is saying I have trouble codes p0108,p0122,p0740,p0780,p0300 what causes all these trouble codes what is the problem with it please help


Google the codes individually
you have multiple problems
some of the codes caused because of the others
740,780 is from your trani
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Honda 2005 crv engine code P0780 what does that mean?


shift control system fault
Possible causes
- Low transmission fluid level
- Dirty transmission fluid
- Faulty shifting solenoid valve
- Shifting solenoid valve harness is open or shorted
- Shifting solenoid valve circuit poor electrical connection


Read more: http://engine-codes.com/p0780_honda.html#ixzz3EEnWkTOq

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Poor connection


code P0730 TCM A/T SHIFT CONTROL SYSTEM.possible cause PCM detected the lockup clutch did not lock or unlock correctly. code P0780 automatic transaxle malfunction.

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I have a 2002 honda accord, V6 with 42,000 miles,,,yes,,,42,000 miles The check engine light went on, the dealer checked the code "p0780" Replace transmission. Can this be right?


The code you have P0780 is an internal hydraulic problem in the transmission. I did some research on this trouble code and the repair manual Say's to replace the torque converter clutch solenoid valve/shift solenoid valve A, and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves A and B.

In plain English these are the shift solenoids and torque converter solenoids. These solenoids control the fluid flow to the transmission and if they are not working properly then p0780 will set.

The bad news is the repair manual Say's to replace these solenoids and if the problem is still present then replace or overhaul the transmission because the problem is internal.

Most repair shops are not going to take the risk and just replace the solenoids, they will replace or overhaul the transmission.

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A 2002 Honda Accord, acceleration is slow, engine responds very little although I am pressing harder on the gas. A diagonistic test gave me codes P0730D and P0780 for transmission problems


P0730-Incorrect Gear Ratio and P0780-Shift Malfunction.
This doesn't help you much. And these codes indicate serious transmission problems. The internal parts are worn or broken causing the transmission to slip. It is possible that the problem is with an external sensor, but I doubt it
There was a recall on certain Honda transmissions a few years ago. Contact your local dealer or look online to see if there is any possibility you qualify. Good luck.
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2000 Accordlx eng. light on and drive blinks yellow code p0780?


po780 is a trans hydrolic systen code
could be a shift solinoid gone bad
have an experienced mechanic replace the lock-up controlle solenoid control solenoid valve/shift controlle solenoid valve "A" assembley
and the A\T clutch pressure control solenoid valve "A"/"B" assembley
start with these two parts farily inexpensive if this doesnt solve the problem then the trans needs to be replaced really expensive
both of these parts are located on the out side of the trans
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