Honda Odyssey Transmission, P0730, P0740, P0780.




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Mrinfoone: thxs for the update on cooler. Where is the return line on my 2000 Honda odyssey? Or best inline location for cooler?

Mrinfoone: Hi..., how can you tell that its slipping? Symptoms?  Reason being I just got mine done and it tries to keep going after I press the brakes. The rebuilder keeps saying mine is fine. Plus I hear a very large click sometimes. When I put it in reverse. The motor mounts and tranny mount are all new...thxs

Carlo v: Dude! ha ha you can tell this guy is a transmission wiz by the way he handles the parts and knows where they go every time. kudos
Now, for the rest of the world, oh crap dont take your tranny apart. hahahahah what a classic good job.

Yota 4runR: hi I'm getting codes p1750 p0780 p0730, I have the honda pilot which I believe has the same engine. it seems to want to not accelerate and kinda thumps and not want to go anywhere for a couple seconds , it's does not rev up it just kinda stalls without turning off. it's been getting worse because it just used to happen in the morning now it's starting to do it more often , any idea what it could be? any help would be great if just can't afford to overhaul a trans at the moment thanks

Dave Hernandez: can you guys help me please ?
i have just finished installing a runing used transmissions .the transmissions run perfect for about a week and all of sudden yesterday we had a very messy weather in east coast .the car started some issues on freeway .
1st sign i was on 55 mph on freeway the odometer stop at the speed for few seconds and not moving even i accelerate, the rpm was going very high close to 4000 rpm . it took few seconds for the transmission to shift .i thought sleepery road may be the factor but then i have noticed some other symptomps afterwards . on traffic red line the car does not move at all , i have to turn off the car and then the car started moving on 1st gear and on 2nd and 3rd it feels like the car is acting confused which gear .
This morning i head up the car for 15 minutes and then hoping to start the car but the car is stcuk on the first gear and does not move at all , i waited for almost 10 seconds and noticed the rpm goes down and the car started moving .
is this could be the shift and lock up selenoid ???
thanks gusy and sorry for my english

Carlos Delgado: Well I'm glad you made this video man. Your explanation was on point. My codes are both P0740 & P0730... P0730 is the 1 I'm worried about. It's low gear ratio. I saw some videos here and it seems like I'm going to need a new transmission... Does that mean I need a new transmission? I just wanted your opinion about it before I go spending all this money on one if I don't really need it.

Garcia G: tengo el mismo problema con mi van 2001 odyssey la transmision se reparo hace 2 anos y esta haciendo lo mismo otra ves la lleve y salio el codigo po740 right center solenoid algun comentario y donde se encuentra xk miro que bienen de dos solenoides en los videos

HatedWar: you're expert. I can't understand at all and scare to do it myself heck no.

HP11208: my 2005 Honda odyssey has a ttc code, I had to drive it in neutral home.

Alex Mendozas327: esta bueno el video

Alex Mendozas327: esta bueno el video

Jake Morales: +Hiram Gutierrez Honda Odyssey 2000. OB code P0740. mechanic says we need a new transmission, but what do you think it could be?

Battery Geek: Do you know if a failed dual linear shift solenoid would cause code P0470 ? I tested my TCC solenoids and their fine (reads 15 oms of resistance each and click) but the dual linear solenoid does nothing, won't click with 12 volts applied or show anything on my multi meter for resistance. The car is a 2001 honda odyssey, that drove fine until a CEL came on. Started slipping through all forward gears instantly. Also bangs into gear now. Thanks

Loverofclassiccars And70smusic: Hiram Gutierrez, how do i find the shifting solonoids, is it inside the transmission or on the outside of transmission, or do i just need to remove the transmission pan?

Frank Kmett: great Video,what causes hard 2nd gear shift
00 Odyssey

jessie morales: good video thanks

bodyman144: thank you very help full

Brian Hyatt: Is there any point in cleaning the shift solenoid screens for preventative maintenance? Or does that just give you warning that $$ will be spent soon?

Dan Davie: My 2004 Odyssey just did a p0740.  How much can I expect to have to pay?  When in gear it doesn't go forward at all, doesn't seem to engage.  Thanks for the vid.

Brownbear: I have a 1972 Dodge Polara with a 727 torqueflite trans. There are no problems with it, but its time to chang the fluid. I hear a lot of different things on the forums, but what fluid would you recommend?
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