WhoSaidTyler: It's not a "neglecting to change the fluid" issue. Most Honda transmissions
of this era have an internal filter which can't be changed in the field.
When those clutches start wearing prematurely, it clogs all the filters up
and the unit fails.
Those transmissions have kept a lot of transmission shops busy and made
those cars and vans almost worthless now.
SonofGodly: so they all need rebuild for internal clogs of clutch material,,no other
way out,also will need certain clutch packs as needed.point blank no way
Brett Gibson: Question, if the screens are clogged could this cause, the drive to slip in
2nd gear, like the first gear is awesome, then when it tries to go into 2nd
gear, it seems like it pops into neutral for a second and then you jerk
forward once you get into 2nd gear. also reverse most of the time doesn't
want to initiate, and 4th gear doesn't seem to want to engage ever. this
use to be my buddys van and the transmission was rebuilt 30-40k miles ago,
could this be something like a clogged screen or filter, not allowing
adequate trans fluid pressure to the clutch packs? I guess its safe to say
the solenoids are good because I don't have drive flashing
Betty Velazquez: So I have a Honda Odyssey 2000 got only P730 code Reverse not working Drive
does work though any ideas please? Thanks
manvir sidhu: Hi I have 2005 honda pilot it's have p0741 code it's run ok but when it's
hot it's stop
Barry Roopnarine: Will the use of a transmission cooler help prevent this issue once a
transmission is rebuilt? I have been having ongoing issues with these codes
and the transmission has been rebuilt before.
steve s: Hello i have a 03 odyssey and when put in reverse or drive sometimes will
not go till you apply more acceleration. this does not happen all the time
it just started 2 days ago. No engine light yet 106,000 miles. what should
i do? attemp fluid change?
Darryl Martin: i have a 2005 acura tl with a whistle coming from transaxle. pitch
increases with speed. i have heard a lot of people have this. any idea what
Tervissen: So Hiram,
I have a P0780 trbl code on my obd2 scanner. Drive a 99 gmc suburban 4L60e
tranny. I have no check engine light and have a hard shift from 1st to 2nd
and prob. 2nd 3rd as well...(been a while since last drive) 'Bout to order
shift solenoid A&B. What would you replace first. thanx
yengilee28: Do you know how i cant fix the tcs problem on my 2001 odyssey?
Dale Kimball: Hiram bud, it would be awesome if you could do a video on assembling a
4l60e or at lest some tips, thanks
golvcapi: Hi Hiram, Could P0740 just be due to clogged filter?
dmorley100: And once again, you've proven that when it comes to Honda units, fairly
clean and clean enough are two very different things.
1LASTAT: Hi hiram I HAVE a 2003 odyssey with a po740 & po780 would I be able to just
change the converter?
James Buttery: In other words, it's owner neglect to the unit (not changing the fluid
enough), Not a manufacturing defect if I'm reading you right?
john CR: Another good video gracias !
Hiram Gutierrez: 98000 millas, Hoy en dia las transmissiones solo dan 5 years, y a las 60000
ya empiezan a dar problemas.
kirkferentzrocks: i have 2000 honda accord with exact same codes, what is cost to rebuild?
Christian Garcia: it worst it to rebuilt transmission?
CascadeTransParts: Superior just launched the new Translab Shift Correction Kits for these
units as well. Hiram check your pm from us
fishycomics: thank you for the info. and I may pm for advice .
Hiram Gutierrez: Friction material wares to the point that it starts scrapping off its
lining, all this lining then travels throughout the whole unit as a
contaminant. It starts clogging the little filters that I show here. This
blockage will in turn cause driveability issues and solenoid codes. Fluid
deterioration its what it all boils down to.
john CR: cuantas milas tenia esta trasmission Hiram ? gracias por contestar!
James Buttery: Yes Kevin is correct Honda does not want technicians repairing these and
opening these under warranty they want to replace the unit. So Hiram, is
they're anything that can be done to prevent these codes/trans. failure? It
sounds like your saying contamination is the problem, so is there a way to
avoid it and keep these tranny's rolling?
Kevin Rogers: you da man buddy! the amount of honda transmissions i hear about that this
happens to is amazing, honda dealers just replace... dont repair the dam
thing, which i disagree with bigtime, ive done a few 4L60's but looking
inside thes unit's after u open the case is like holy crapttttt different
skirmich: Just to point out... P0740 doesn't actually says your Solenoid is bad (Well
at least not 98.9% of the Time) on these 1st Gen 5-Speed Honda trans! Its
actually a design flaw and to resume your trans is going out and will start
to slip in little to no time.. So time to replace those burned up clutch
packages! I would recommend to stay out of: Acura TL/CL Auto 2000-2003,
Accord V6 2000-2004, Oddysey 2000-2004, Acura MDX 2001-2003 which all
shares the same Variation of the B7WA transmission = CRAP.
Isai Guevara: Hiran, mira una pregunta, un cliente del taller donde trabajo tiene una
2000 odyssey y me da el P0780 y segun el cliente, cuando el check engine
prendio, la D en el tablero blikeo por unos 5 segundos, y nunca mas a
vuelto a pasar pero kisiera tener una idea q paso o xq blinkea el D,
tania morales: hola hiram quasisera hacerte una pregunta tengo una honda odyssey del 2000
y creo q es la tranmision porque cuando ella va hacaer el cambio de
velocidad como q se deslisa y pega un brinco cuando hace el cambio sera la
Honda Odyssey Transmission, P0730, P0740, P0780.4.7
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