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Old 06-19-2010, 12:54 PM   #1
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ok so i just went to autozone to get my check engine codes ran and i got a p1167 which is the oxygen sensor. Next i got p1739 wich is transaxle concer????? what does that mean? are the axles going out? and 3rd i got p0700 automatic transmission fault. Is my transmission going out? Car seems to run fine and shift ok. How do i go about fixing these codes? My car is a 99 accord with the ulev engine automatic. car seems to take a bit to shift into 3rd but doesnt feel like it slips. please help and give me way to fix these problems. car has 161,000 miles also thanks
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6th gen trannys are known for failing prematurely. May be inevitable now. o2 sensor code is probably unrelated.
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DTC P0700 is generated by any detected transmission fault. So any automatic transmission problem is going to throw a P0700 and another code.

P1739:
Possible Causes
A/T 3rd pressure switch signal circuit is open
A/T 3rd pressure switch signal circuit is shorted to ground
A/T 3rd pressure switch signal circuit shorted to system power
A/T 3rd pressure switch is damaged or has failed
TCM or PCM has failed

Setting Conditions = Engine running in gear, and the PCM detected an unexpected voltage condition on the 3rd pressure switch circuit during the test.
This code sets in 1 Trip(s).

These transmissions have had a lot of mechanical problems. Honda extended the warranty on the transmission to 7 years or 100,000 miles due to problems. Refer to Honda TSB #02-062 for information.


Clear the transmission codes and see if they return. If they do then repair the O2 and work on diagnosing further the trans codes. Could be a bad TCU for the transmission.

http://techauto.awardspace.com/transmission.html
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