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SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS) (If automatic transmission maintenance is


required)
The CR-V SRS includes a driver’s airbag in the steering wheel hub, a passenger’s airbag in the dashboard above the
glove box, seat belt tensioners in the front seat belt retractors, seat belt outer lap tensioners in the front seat belt lower
anchor, side curtain airbags in the sides of the roof, and side airbags in the front seat-backs. Information necessary to
safely service the SRS is included in this Shop Manual. Items marked with an asterisk ( ) on the contents page
include or are located near SRS components. Servicing, disassembling, or replacing these items require special
precautions and tools, and should be done only by an authorized Honda dealer.

• To avoid rendering the SRS inoperative, which could lead to personal injury or death in the event of a severe frontal
or side collision, all SRS service work should be done by an authorized Honda dealer.
• Improper service procedures, including incorrect removal and installation of the SRS, could lead to personal injury
caused by unintentional deployment of the airbags and/or side airbags.
• Do not bump or impact the SRS unit, front impact sensors, or side impact sensors when the ignition switch is ON (II),
or for at least 3 minutes after the ignition switch is turned OFF; otherwise, the system may fail in a collision, or the
airbags may deploy.
• SRS electrical connectors are identified by yellow color coding. Related components are located in the steering
column, front console, dashboard, dashboard lower panel, in the dashboard above the glove box, in the front seats,
in the roof side, and around the floor. Do not use electrical test equipment on these circuits.

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Automatic Transmission
Automatic Transmission A/T Gear Position Indicator
Special Tools ............................................... 14-2 Component Location Index ....................... 14-325
Service Precautions for 4WD Model ......... 14-4 Circuit Diagram ........................................... 14-327
General Troubleshooting Information ...... 14-5 Transmission Range Switch Test .............. 14-329
DTC Troubleshooting Index ....................... 14-12 Transmission Range Switch
Symptom Troubleshooting Index ............. 14-16 Replacement ............................................ 14-331
System Description .................................... 14-28 A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel
DTC Troubleshooting ................................. 14-84 Light Harness Replacement ................... 14-333
Road Test ..................................................... 14-222 A/T Gear Position Indicator Panel
Stall Speed Test .......................................... 14-225 Replacement ............................................ 14-338
Pressure Test ............................................... 14-226 D3 Switch Circuit Troubleshooting ........... 14-340
Shift Solenoid Valve Test ........................... 14-230 D3 Switch Test ............................................ 14-342
Shift Solenoid Valve Replacement ........... 14-235 D3 Switch Replacement ............................. 14-343
Shift Solenoid Harness Replacement ....... 14-235
A/T Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid A/T Interlock System
Valve A Component Location Index ....................... 14-345
Test ........................................................... 14-238 Circuit Diagram ........................................... 14-346
Replacement ............................................ 14-240 Shift Lock System Circuit
A/T Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Troubleshooting ...................................... 14-347
Valve B Key Interlock System Circuit
Test ........................................................... 14-241 Troubleshooting ...................................... 14-352
Replacement ............................................ 14-245 Shift Lock Solenoid Test ............................ 14-354
A/T Clutch Pressure Control Solenoid Shift Lock Solenoid Replacement ............. 14-355
Valve C Shift Lock Stop Replacement .................... 14-356
Test ........................................................... 14-243 Shift Lock Stop Cushion Replacement ..... 14-356
Replacement ............................................ 14-245 Shift Lock Release, Release Spring,
Input Shaft (Mainshaft) Speed Sensor Release Shaft Replacement ................... 14-357
Replacement ............................................ 14-246 Shift Lock Release, Release Spring,
Output Shaft (Countershaft) Speed Sensor Release Extension Replacement ........... 14-358
Replacement ............................................ 14-246 Park Pin Switch Test ................................... 14-359
2nd Clutch Transmission Fluid Pressure Park Pin Switch Replacement .................... 14-360
Switch Replacement ............................... 14-247
3rd Clutch Transmission Fluid Pressure Transmission End Cover
Switch Replacement ............................... 14-247 End Cover Removal .................................... 14-364
ATF Temperature Sensor Park Lever Stop
Test and Replacement ............................ 14-248 Inspection and Adjustment .................... 14-370
ATF Level Check .......................................... 14-251 Idler Gear Shaft Bearing Replacement ..... 14-370
ATF Replacement ....................................... 14-252 Selector Control Shaft Oil Seal
Transfer Assembly Inspection ................... 14-254 Replacement ............................................ 14-371
Transfer Assembly Removal ..................... 14-255 Selector Control Shaft Bearing
Transfer Assembly Installation ................. 14-257 Replacement ............................................ 14-371
Transmission Removal .............................. 14-259 ATF Feed Pipe Replacement ...................... 14-372
Transmission Installation ........................... 14-279 End Cover Installation ................................ 14-430
Drive Plate Removal and Installation ........ 14-302
ATF Cooler Hose Replacement ................. 14-302 Transmission Housing
ATF Filter Replacement .............................. 14-304 Housing and Shaft Assembly Removal .... 14-373
Shift Lever Removal ................................... 14-306 Bearing Removal ........................................ 14-375
Shift Lever Installation ............................... 14-308 Bearing Installation .................................... 14-376
Shift Lever Disassembly and Reverse Idler Gear
Reassembly ............................................. 14-309 Removal and Installation ........................ 14-377
Shift Lever/Shift Cable Bracket Assembly Shaft Assembly and Housing
Replacement ............................................ 14-311 Installation ............................................... 14-425
Shift Lever Knob Replacement .................. 14-315
Shift Lever Knob Cover Replacement ....... 14-316
Shift Lever Ring Replacement ................... 14-317
Shift Cable Replacement ............................ 14-319
Shift Cable Adjustment .............................. 14-321

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Valve Body A/T Differential


Valve Body and ATF Strainer Removal .... 14-378 Component Location Index ....................... 14-437
Valve Body Repair ...................................... 14-380 Backlash Inspection .................................... 14-438
Valve Body Valve Installation .................... 14-381 Differential Carrier Replacement .............. 14-439
Main Valve Body Disassembly, Final Driven Gear Replacement ................ 14-439
Inspection, and Reassembly .................. 14-382 Transfer Drive Gear Replacement ............ 14-439
ATF Pump Inspection ................................. 14-383 Carrier Bearing Replacement .................... 14-440
Regulator Valve Body Disassembly, Oil Seal Replacement ................................. 14-441
Inspection, and Reassembly .................. 14-384 Carrier Bearing Outer Race
Servo Body Disassembly, Replacement ............................................ 14-442
Inspection, and Reassembly .................. 14-385 Carrier Bearing Preload Inspection ........... 14-444
Shift Solenoid Valve
Removal and Installation ........................ 14-386 Transfer Assembly
Valve Body and ATF Strainer Inspection .................................................... 14-447
Installation ............................................... 14-423 Disassembly ................................................ 14-449
Transfer Holder Disassembly .................... 14-452
Torque Converter Housing Transfer Holder Roller Bearing
Mainshaft Bearing and Oil Seal Replacement ............................................ 14-453
Replacement ............................................ 14-387 Transfer Holder Tapered Roller Bearing
Countershaft Bearing Replacement .......... 14-388 Outer Race Removal/Installation ........... 14-453
Secondary Shaft Bearing Replacement ... 14-389 Transfer Drive Gear Bearing
Selector Control Shaft Oil Seal Replacement ............................................ 14-454
Replacement ............................................ 14-390 Transfer Output Shaft Bearing
Removal/Installation ............................... 14-454
Shafts and Clutches Transfer Housing Tapered Roller Bearing
Mainshaft Disassembly, Outer Race Replacement ........................ 14-455
Inspection, and Reassembly .................. 14-391 Reassembly ................................................. 14-457
Mainshaft 5th Gear Axial Clearance
Inspection ................................................ 14-392
Countershaft Disassembly,
Inspection, and Reassembly .................. 14-394
Countershaft Reverse Selector Hub and
3rd Gear Removal ................................... 14-395
Countershaft Reverse Selector Hub and
3rd Gear Installation ............................... 14-396
Secondary Shaft Disassembly,
Inspection, and Reassembly .................. 14-397
Secondary Shaft Ball Bearing, Idler Gear
Removal and Installation ........................ 14-398
Secondary Shaft 2nd Gear Axial Clearance
Inspection ................................................ 14-399
Secondary Shaft 1st Gear Axial Clearance
Inspection ................................................ 14-401
Idler Gear Shaft
Removal and Installation ........................ 14-403
Idler Gear/Idler Gear Shaft
Replacement ............................................ 14-404
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Clutch Disassembly ....... 14-405
4th and 5th Clutch Disassembly ................ 14-407
Clutch Inspection ........................................ 14-410
Clutch Waved-plate Phase Difference
Inspection ................................................ 14-411
Clutch Clearance Inspection ...................... 14-412
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Clutch Reassembly ........ 14-418
4th and 5th Clutch Reassembly ................. 14-420
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Automatic Transmission

Special Tools
Ref. No. Tool Number Description Qty
07406-0020004 A/T Oil Pressure Gauge Set 1
07PAB-0010000 Mainshaft Holder Set 1
07JAC-PH80000 Adjustable Bearing Remover Set 1
07749-0010000 Handle Driver 1
07746-0010400 Driver Attachment, 52 x 55 mm 1
07746-0010800 Driver Attachment, 22 x 24 mm 1
07746-0010300 Driver Attachment, 42 x 47 mm 1
07GAD-SD40101 Driver Attachment, 78 x 90 mm 1
07LGC-0010100 Snap Ring Pliers 1
07746-0010500 Driver Attachment, 62 x 68 mm 1
07746-0010600 Driver Attachment, 72 x 75 mm 1
07947-ZV00100 Oil Seal Driver Attachment 1
07KAF-PS30200 Bearing Separator 1
07746-0030100 Driver, 40 mm I.D. 1
07QAD-P0A0100 Driver Attachment, 42 mm I.D. 1
07746-0010100 Driver Attachment, 32 x 35 mm 1
07LAE-PX40000 Clutch Spring Compressor Set 1
07ZAE-PRP0100 Clutch Compressor Attachment 1
07LAD-PW50601 Attachment, 40 x 50 mm 1
07947-SD90101 Oil Seal Driver Attachment 1

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Ref. No. Tool Number Description Qty


07JAD-PH80101 Oil Seal Driver Attachment 1
07NAD-PX40100 Driver Attachment, 78 x 80 mm 1
070AJ-0020101 Preload Inspection Tool 1
07PAB-0020000 Companion Flange Holder 1
07746-0030400 Driver Attachment, 35 mm I.D. 1
07KAF-PS30120 Bearing Installer Attachment 1
07LAF-PZ70110 Bearing Installer Attachment 1
07JAF-SJ80110 Installer Shaft, 14 x 165 mm 1
07JAF-SJ80120 Installer Nuts, 14 mm 1

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Automatic Transmission

Service Precautions for 4WD Model


This 4WD model does not have the feature that 1. Set the free rollers according to the wheel base and
mechanically switches between 4WD (four-wheel drive) tread of the vehicle.
and 2WD (front-wheel drive).
2. Move the vehicle to position the front wheels on
Do not drive the vehicle with rear wheels on the ground the speedometer tester and the rear wheels on the
even though the front wheels are off the ground. The free rollers. Make sure to align the center of the
front wheel power is conveyed to the rear wheels, and wheels to the center of the speedometer tester and
the vehicle will start off. the free rollers.

Always lift the vehicle up so all four wheels are off the 3. Tie down the vehicle securely using the towing
ground when testing and inspecting the vehicle to hook and tie-down hook bracket to prevent the
rotate the wheels such as Pressure Tests. vehicle from rolling or over the free rollers.

Use the free rollers under the rear wheels when 4. Start the engine, shift the transmission into the
performing test the vehicle with the speedometer tester. D position, accelerate the vehicle gradually, and
measure the vehicle speed.
Precautions on using free rollers
5. After measurement, use the brake pedal to
• Inspecting and testing using a chassis dynamometer gradually decelerate and stop the vehicle.
is not feasible.
• Do not operate the accelerator, brake pedal or
steering wheel abruptly. It may cause the vehicle to
roll and create a hazardous condition.
• The maximum testing speed should be 50 km/h
(31 mph).
• The maximum continuous operating time should be
3 minutes.
• Make sure to tie down the vehicle securely with the
side anchor wires and center tie down wire. The free
rollers are to be set under the rear wheels.

• Make sure to place the free rollers parallel to the


roller of each speedometer tester.
• Putting the front and rear wheels on the
speedometer testers and free rollers
inappropriately may cause the vehicle to roll off
or over the free rollers and create a hazardous
condition.
• The side anchor wires and certain tie-down wire
must be appropriately tensioned. If the wires
have too much slack, the expected tie-down
efficiency cannot be obtained.
• When attaching the side anchor wires and center
tie-down wire, make sure they are not interfering
with the bumper and other parts of the vehicle
body.
• Do not attach the wires to any place other than
the designed areas.
• Do not operate the speedometer testers at a
speed more than 50 km/h (31 mph) or for more
than 3 minutes.

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General Troubleshooting Information


How to Check for DTCs with the Honda If the D indicator or malfunction indicator lamp (MIL)
Diagnostic System (HDS) has been reported on, or if a driveability problem is
suspected, do this:
When the powertrain control module (PCM) senses an
abnormality in the input or output system, the D 1. Connect the HDS to the DLC. (See the HDS user’s
indicator (A) in the gauge control module (B) will manual for specific instructions.)
usually blink.
*01 2. Turn the ignition switch ON (II), select A/T system,
B
and observe the DTC in the DTCs MENU on the
HDS screen.

NOTE: If the HDS does not communicate with the


PCM, troubleshoot the DLC circuit; R20A1 and
R20A2 engine models (see page 11-199), K24Z1
engine model (see page 11-589).

3. Record all fuel and emissions DTCs, and A/T DTCs,


and freeze data.

4. If there is a fuel and emissions DTC, first check the


fuel and emissions system as indicated by the DTC
A (except for DTC P0700, DTC P0700 means there is
one or more A/T DTCs, and no problems were
When the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) is connected detected in the fuel and emissions circuit of the
to the data link connector (DLC) (A) (located behind the PCM).
driver’s dashboard lower cover) and the SCS mode is
selected, it will indicate the diagnostic trouble code 5. Clear the DTC and data.
(DTC) when the ignition switch is turned ON (II) and the
appropriate menu is selected. 6. Drive the vehicle for several minutes under the
*02 same conditions as those indicated by the freeze
data, and then recheck for a DTC. If the A/T DTC
returns, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.
If the DTC does not return, there was an
intermittent problem within the circuit. Make sure
all pins and terminals in the circuit are tight.

Symptom Troubleshooting Versus DTC


Troubleshooting
Some symptoms will not trigger diagnostic trouble
codes (DTCs) or cause the D indicator to blink. If the
malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) was reported ON or
the D indicator has been blinking, check for DTCs. If the
A
vehicle has an abnormal symptom, and there are no
DTCs stored, do the symptom troubleshooting. Check
*: This illustration shows LHD model.
the list of probable cause(s) for the symptom, in the
sequence listed, until you find the problem.

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

General Troubleshooting Information (cont’d)


How to Troubleshoot Circuits at the PCM 3. Raise the under-hood fuse/relay box (A).
Connectors *04

NOTE: The PCM overwrite data and monitors the EVAP A


system for up to 15 minutes after the ignition switch is
turned OFF. Jumping the SCS line after turning the
ignition switch OFF cancels this function. Disconnecting
the PCM during this function, without jumping the SCS
line first, can damage the PCM.

1. Connect the HDS to the DLC.


*03

4. Disconnect PCM connectors (A), and probe the


terminals in the inspection port on the terminal side
of the connectors.
*05

*: This illustration shows LHD model.

2. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

NOTE: If the HDS does not communicate with the


PCM, troubleshoot the DLC circuit; R20A1 and
R20A2 engine models (see page 11-199), K24Z1
engine model (see page 11-589).

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5. Check the connector inspection port (A) size, and 7. Gently slide the pin probe into the inspection port
select a suitable pin probe. at the connector terminal side. Always use the
*06 inspection port. Do not slide the probe into the
connector terminals.

• For accurate result, always use the pin


probe (male).
• To prevent damage to the connector
terminals, do not insert test equipment
A
probes, paper clips, or other substitutes as
they can damage the terminals. Damaged
terminals cause a poor connection and an
incorrect measurement.
• Do not puncture the insulation on a wire.
Punctures can cause poor or intermittent
electrical connections.
6. Connect one side of the patch cord (A) terminal to a
digital multimeter (B), and connect the other side of
the patch cord terminals to a commercially
available banana jack (Pomona Electronics Tool
No. 3563 or equivalent) (C).
*07

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

General Troubleshooting Information (cont’d)


Clear A/T DTCs Procedures How to End a Troubleshooting Session
1. Connect the HDS to the DLC (A). This procedure must be done after any troubleshooting.
*08
1. Reset the PCM with the HDS while the engine is
stopped.

2. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

3. Turn the ignition switch ON (II), and wait for


30 seconds.

4. Turn the ignition switch OFF, and disconnect the


HDS from the DLC.

5. Do the PCM idle learn procedure; R20A1 and R20A2


engine models (see page 11-302), K24Z1 engine
A
model (see page 11-703).

*: This illustration shows LHD model.


6. Start the engine in the P or N position, and warm it
up to normal operating temperature (the radiator
2. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). fan comes on).

3. Clear the DTC(s) on the HDS screen. 7. To verify that the problem is repaired, test-drive the
vehicle for several minutes at speeds over 50 km/h
OBD Status (31 mph) or under the same conditions as those
indicated by the freeze data.
The OBD status shows the current system status of
each DTC and all of the parameters. This function is
used to see if the technician’s repair was successfully
finished. The results of diagnostic tests for the DTC are
displayed as:

• PASSED: On board diagnosis is successfully finished.


• FAILED: On board diagnosis has finished but failed.
• NOT COMPLETED: The on board diagnosis was
running but is out of the enable conditions of the DTC.

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PCM Updating and Substitution for Testing 1. Turn the ignition switch ON (II), but do not start the
engine.
Special Tools Required
Honda interface module (HIM) EQS05A35570 2. Connect the HDS to the DLC (A).
*09
Use this procedure when you have to substitute a
known-good PCM in a troubleshooting procedure.
Update the PCM only if the PCM does not already have
the latest software loaded.

NOTE: Do not turn the ignition switch OFF while


updating the PCM. If you turn the ignition switch OFF
before completion, the PCM can be damaged.

How to Update the PCM


NOTE:
• Make sure you have the latest software on the HDS.
• To ensure the latest program is installed, do a PCM A
update whenever the PCM is substituted or replaced.
• You cannot update a PCM with the program it already *: This illustration shows LHD model.
has. It will only accept a new program.
• Before you update the PCM, make sure the battery is 3. Make sure the HDS communicates with the PCM. if
fully charged. it does not, go to the DLC circuit troubleshooting;
• To prevent PCM damage, do not operate anything R20A1 and R20A2 engine models (see page 11-199),
electrical (audio system, brakes, A/C, power windows, K24Z1 engine model (see page 11-589). If you did
sunroof (if equipped), or door locks) during the the DLC circuit troubleshooting, skip steps 4 and 5,
update. then clean the throttle body; R20A1 and R20A2
• If you need to diagnose the Honda interface module engine models (see page 11-340), K24Z1 engine
(HIM) because the HIM’s red (#3) light came on or model (see page 11-741) after step 9.
was flashing during the update, leave the ignition
switch in the ON (II) position when you disconnect the 4. Select the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS.
HIM from the data link connector (DLC). This will
prevent PCM damage. 5. Select the TP POSITION CHECK in the ETCS TEST
• High temperature in the engine compartment might with the HDS.
cause the PCM to become too hot to run the update. If
the engine has been running before this procedure, NOTE: If there is no result from TP POSITION
open the hood and cool the engine compartment. CHECK, clean the throttle body; R20A1 and R20A2
engine models (see page 11-340), K24Z1 engine
model (see page 11-741) after this procedure.

6. If the HDS does not have the update function,


disconnect the HDS from the DLC, and connect the
Honda interface module (HIM) to the DLC.

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

General Troubleshooting Information (cont’d)


7. If the software in the PCM is the latest, disconnect How to Substitute the PCM
the HDS or the HIM from the DLC, and go back to
the procedure that you were doing. If the software 1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the
in the PCM is not the latest, do the PCM update audio or the navigation system (if equipped).
procedure as described on the HIM label or in the
PCM update system. 2. Connect the HDS to the DLC (A).
*10
NOTE: If the PCM update system requires you to
cool the PCM, follow what is shown on the screen.

8. Do the PCM idle learn procedure; R20A1 and R20A2


engine models (see page 11-302), K24Z1 engine
model (see page 11-703).

9. Do the crank pattern clear/crank pattern learn


procedure; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-5), K24Z1 engine model (see page
11-380).

*: This illustration shows LHD model.

3. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

4. Make sure the HDS communicates with the PCM. If


it does not, go to the DLC circuit troubleshooting;
R20A1 and R20A2 engine models (see page 11-199),
K24Z1 engine model (see page 11-589). If you did
the DLC circuit troubleshooting, skip steps 5 thru 9,
then clean the throttle body; R20A1 and R20A2
engine models (see page 11-340), K24Z1 engine
model (see page 11-741) after substituting the PCM.

5. Select the INSPECTION MENU with the HDS.

6. Select the TP POSITION CHECK in the ETCS TEST


with the HDS.

NOTE: If the result of TP POSITION CHECK was


failed, clean the throttle body; R20A1 and R20A2
engine models (see page 11-340), K24Z1 engine
model (see page 11-741) after this procedure.

7. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

8. Remove the battery.

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9. Remove the PCM cover (A). 13. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).
*11
NOTE: DTC P0630 ‘‘VIN not Programmed or
A Mismatch’’ will be stored because VIN has not been
programmed into the PCM. Ignore it, and continue
this procedure.

14. Input the VIN to the PCM with the HDS.

15. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software.

16. Select the IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM with the HDS.

17. Rewrite the immobilizer code with the PCM


replacement procedure in the HDS; it allows you to
start the engine.

18. Reset the PCM with the HDS.


10. Remove the bolts (A), and remove the PCM (B).
*12 19. Do the PCM idle learn procedure; R20A1 and R20A2
D
engine models (see page 11-302), K24Z1 engine
model (see page 11-703).

C 20. Do the crank pattern learn procedure.

21. Enter the anti-theft code for the audio or the


navigation system (if equipped) and set the clock.
E

A
9.8 N·m
(1.0 kgf·m,
7.2 lbf·ft)

11. Disconnect PCM connectors A (C), B (D), and C (E).

NOTE: PCM connectors A, B, and C have symbols


(A=□, B=△, C=○) embossed on them for
identification.

12. Install the PCM and the battery in the reverse order
of removal.

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting Index


NOTE:
• Record all freeze data and review General Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5) before you troubleshoot.
• The DTC in parentheses is the Honda code that you will see when you use the HDS in DTCs/Freeze Data menu.
• The DTC marked with an asterisk ( ) is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a
mechanical problem in the transmission.
• The MIL comes on when the PGM-FI control system detects a failure on the DTC indicated ‘‘OFF or ON’’ in the MIL
box.

DTC D MIL Detection Item Page


Indicator

KE, KG, KS, KK, KM, KN,


KD, KQ, and KP, KU,
KU-N KU-i, KW,
models KX, KY, KZ,
FO, IN, MA,
and PH
models
P0107 (12-7) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) (see page 14-84)
sensor circuit low voltage input
P0108 (12-8) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) (see page 14-85)
sensor circuit high voltage input
P0335 (88-2) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor A (see page 14-86)
no signal
P0339 (88-6) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON Crankshaft position (CKP) sensor A (see page 14-87)
intermittent interruption
P0365 (89-2) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON Camshaft position (CMP) sensor B (see page 14-88)
no signal
P0369 (89-6) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON Camshaft position (CMP) sensor B (see page 14-89)
intermittent interruption
P0705 (5-2) Blinks ON OFF Transmission range switch (see page 14-90)
(multiple shift-position input)
P0706 (6-2) Not ON OFF Transmission range switch (open) (see page 14-96)
blinks
P0711 (28-5) Blinks OFF OFF ATF temperature sensor (see page 14-100)
(range/performance)
P0712 (28-3) Blinks OFF OFF ATF temperature sensor (short) (see page 14-101)
P0713 (28-4) Blinks OFF OFF ATF temperature sensor (open) (see page 14-103)
P0716 (15-5) Blinks ON OFF Input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor (see page 14-106)
(range/performance)
P0717 (15-3) Blinks ON OFF Input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor (see page 14-111)
(no signal input)
P0718 (15-6) Blinks ON OFF Input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor (see page 14-116)
(intermittent failure)
P0721 (9-5) Blinks ON ON Output shaft (countershaft) speed (see page 14-120)
sensor (range/performance)
P0722 (9-3) Blinks ON ON Output shaft (countershaft) speed (see page 14-125)
sensor (no signal input)

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DTC D MIL Detection Item Page


Indicator

KE, KG, KS, KK, KM, KN,


KD, KQ, and KP, KU,
KU-N KU-i, KW,
models KX, KY, KZ,
FO, IN, MA,
and PH
models
P0723 (9-6) Blinks ON OFF Output shaft (countershaft) speed (see page 14-130)
sensor (intermittent failure)
P0747 (76-4) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-134)
valve A stuck ON
P0752 (70-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve A stuck ON (see page 14-135)
P0756 (71-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve B stuck OFF (see page 14-136)
P0757 (71-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve B stuck ON (see page 14-137)
P0761 (72-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve C stuck OFF (see page 14-138)
P0771 (74-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve E stuck OFF (see page 14-139)
P0776 (77-3) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-140)
valve B stuck OFF
P0777 (77-4) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-141)
valve B stuck ON
P0780 (45-1) Blinks ON OFF Shift control system (see page 14-142)
P0796 (78-3) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-143)
valve C stuck OFF
P0797 (78-4) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-144)
valve C stuck ON
P0842 (25-3) Blinks ON OFF 2nd clutch transmission fluid pressure (see page 14-145)
switch (short or stuck ON)
P0843 (25-4) Blinks ON OFF 2nd clutch transmission fluid pressure (see page 14-147)
switch (open or stuck OFF)
P0847 (26-3) Blinks OFF OFF 3rd clutch transmission fluid pressure (see page 14-150)
switch (short or stuck ON)
P0848 (26-4) Blinks OFF OFF 3rd clutch transmission fluid pressure (see page 14-152)
switch (open or stuck OFF)
P0962 (16-3) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-155)
valve A (open/short)
P0963 (16-4) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-158)
valve A
P0966 (23-3) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-160)
valve B (open/short)
P0967 (23-4) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-163)
valve B

(cont’d)

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DTC Troubleshooting Index (cont’d)


DTC D MIL Detection Item Page
Indicator

KE, KG, KS, KK, KM, KN,


KD, KQ, and KP, KU,
KU-N KU-i, KW,
models KX, KY, KZ,
FO, IN, MA,
and PH
models
P0970 (29-3) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-165)
valve C (open/short)
P0971 (29-4) Blinks ON OFF A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (see page 14-168)
valve C
P0973 (7-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve A (short) (see page 14-170)
P0974 (7-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve A (open) (see page 14-173)
P0976 (8-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve B (short) (see page 14-176)
P0977 (8-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve B (open) (see page 14-179)
P0979 (22-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve C (short) (see page 14-182)
P0980 (22-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve C (open) (see page 14-185)
P0982 (60-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve D (short) (see page 14-188)
P0983 (60-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve D (open) (see page 14-191)
P0985 (61-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve E (short) (see page 14-194)
P0986 (61-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift solenoid valve E (open) (see page 14-197)
P16C0 (99-1) Not ON ON PCM A/T control system incomplete (see page 14-200)
blinks update
P1717 (62-1) Blinks OFF OFF Transmission range switch ATP RVS (see page 14-201)
switch (open)
P1730 (45-2) Blinks ON OFF Shift control system (see page 14-204)
• Shift solenoid valve A or D stuck
OFF
• Shift solenoid valve B stuck ON
• Shift valve A, B, or D stuck
P1731 (45-3) Blinks ON OFF Shift control system (see page 14-206)
• Shift solenoid valve E stuck ON
• Shift valve E stuck
• A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valve A stuck OFF
P1732 (45-4) Blinks ON OFF Shift control system (see page 14-208)
• Shift solenoid valve B or C stuck ON
• Shift valve B or C stuck
P1733 (45-5) Blinks ON OFF Shift control system (see page 14-210)
• Shift solenoid valve D stuck ON
• Shift valve D stuck
• A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valve C stuck OFF

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DTC D MIL Detection Item Page


Indicator

KE, KG, KS, KK, KM, KN,


KD, KQ, and KP, KU,
KU-N KU-i, KW,
models KX, KY, KZ,
FO, IN, MA,
and PH
models
P1734 (45-6) Blinks ON OFF Shift control system (see page 14-212)
• Shift solenoid valve B or C stuck
OFF
• Shift valve B or C stuck
P2122 (20-3) Blinks ON OFF Accelerator pedal position (APP) (see page 14-214)
sensor A (throttle position sensor D)
circuit low voltage
P2123 (20-4) Blinks ON OFF Accelerator pedal position (APP) (see page 14-215)
sensor A (throttle position sensor D)
circuit high voltage
U0028 (107-1) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON F-CAN malfunction (F-CAN bus OFF) (see page 14-216)
U0121 (107-7) Blinks OFF OFF F-CAN malfunction (see page 14-217)
(PCM-to-ABS modulator-control unit)
U0122 (107-4) Blinks OFF OFF F-CAN malfunction (see page 14-219)
(PCM-to-VSA modulator-control unit)
U0155 (107-3) Blinks OFF or ON OFF or ON F-CAN malfunction (see page 14-221)
(PCM-to-gauge control module)

NOTE:
• Record all freeze data and review General Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5) before you troubleshoot.
• The DTC in parentheses is the Honda code that you will see when you use the HDS in DTCs/Freeze Data menu.
• The DTC marked with an asterisk ( ) is caused by an electrical circuit problem and cannot be caused by a
mechanical problem in the transmission.
• The MIL comes on when the PGM-FI control system detects a failure on the DTC indicated ‘‘OFF or ON’’ in the MIL
box.

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Symptom Troubleshooting Index


Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes
When you turn the • F-CAN communication line error • Check the F-CAN communication line for a DTC
ignition switch ON • Gauge control module defective (see page 22-210).
(II), the D indicator • PCM defective • Check A/T gear position indicator drive circuit in
comes on and the gauge control module by gauge control
stays on in all shift module self-diagnostic function (see page
lever positions, or 22-198).
it never comes on
at all
A/T gear position • F-CAN communication line error • Check the F-CAN communication line for a DTC
indicator does not • Gauge control module defective (see page 22-210).
come on while the • PCM defective • Check A/T gear position indicator drive circuit in
shift lever is in that • Transmission range switch the gauge control module by gauge control
position defective module self-diagnostic function (see page
22-198).
• Inspect the transmission range switch (see page
14-329).
Transmission still • D3 switch defective • Check the D3 switch circuit (see page 14-340).
shifts into 4th or • D3 switch circuit defective • Check the D3 switch (see page 14-342).
5th gear in D even • Transmission range switch • Inspect the transmission range switch (see page
though the D3 defective 14-329).
switch is pressed
When you turn the • F-CAN communication line error • Check the F-CAN communication line for a DTC
ignition switch ON • Gauge control module defective (see page 22-210).
(II), the D3 • PCM defective • Check A/T gear position indicator drive circuit in
indicator comes on • D3 switch defective the gauge control module by gauge control
and stays on in all • D3 switch circuit defective module self-diagnostic function (see page
shift lever 22-198).
positions, or it • Check the D3 switch circuit (see page 14-340).
never comes on at • Check the D3 switch (see page 14-342).
all
D3 indicator does • F-CAN communication line error • Check the F-CAN communication line for a DTC
not come on in D3 • Gauge control module defective (see page 22-210).
driving mode • PCM defective • Check A/T gear position indicator drive circuit in
• D3 switch defective the gauge control module by gauge control
• D3 switch circuit defective module self-diagnostic function (see page
22-198).
• Check the D3 switch circuit (see page 14-340).
• Check the D3 switch (see page 14-342).

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Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes


Shift lever cannot • Accelerator pedal position sensor • Inspect the APP Sensor signal; R20A1 and R20A2
be moved from P circuit engine models (see page 11-268), K24Z1 engine
while you are • Accelerator pedal position sensor model (see page 11-655).
pressing on the defective • Troubleshoot the shift lock system circuit
brake pedal • Brake switch circuit (see page 14-347).
• Brake switch defective • Test the shift lock solenoid (see page 14-354).
• Shift lock solenoid defective • Inspect the transmission range switch (see page
• Shift lock solenoid control circuit 14-329).
• Shift lock mechanism defective
• Throttle body defective
• Transmission range switch ATP P
switch stuck OFF
• Transmission range switch ATP P
switch line opened
Ignition switch • Interlock control system circuit • Troubleshoot the key interlock system circuit
cannot be moved • Key interlock solenoid stuck ON (see page 14-352).
from ACC (I) to • Park pin switch stuck OFF • Inspect the transmission range switch (see page
LOCK (0) (key is • Transmission range switch 14-329).
pushed in, shift
lever in P)
HDS does not DLC circuit error Troubleshoot the DLC circuit; R20A1 and R20A2
communicate with engine models (see page 11-199), K24Z1 engine
the PCM or the model (see page 11-589).
vehicle

(cont’d)

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Symptom Troubleshooting Index (cont’d)


Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes
Engine runs, but 1. Low ATF level • Check the ATF level, and check the ATF cooler
vehicle does not 2. Shift cable broken or out of lines for leakage and loose connections. If
move in any gear adjustment necessary, clean the ATF cooler lines.
3. Connection between the in shift • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
cable and transmission or body the transmission control shaft.
is worn • Improper alignment of ATF pump and torque
4. ATF pump worn or binding converter housing may cause ATF pump seizure.
5. Regulator valve stuck or spring The symptoms are mostly an rpm-related ticking
worn noise or a high pitched squeak.
6. ATF strainer clogged • Check the line pressure.
7. Mainshaft worn or damaged • Be careful not to damage the torque converter
8. Final gears worn or damaged housing when replacing the main ball bearing.
9. Transmission-to-engine You may also damage the ATF pump when you
assembly error torque down the main valve body. This will result
10. Axle disengaged in ATF pump seizure if not detected. Use the
proper tools.
• Install the main seal flush with the torque
converter housing. If you push it into the torque
converter housing until it bottoms out, it will
block the fluid return passage and result in
damage.
• Check the ATF strainer for debris. If the ATF
strainer is clogged with particles of steel or
aluminum, inspect the ATF pump. If the ATF
pump is OK, find the damaged components that
caused the debris. If no cause for contamination
is found, replace the torque converter.
• Inspect the differential pinion gears for wear. If
the differential pinion gears are worn, replace the
differential assembly, replace the ATF strainer,
thoroughly clean the transmission, and clean the
torque converter, cooler, and lines.
Vehicle moves in 2 1. 1st accumulator defective • Check the 1st clutch pressure.
and R, but not in D 2. 1st gears worn or damaged • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
and 1 3. 1st clutch defective valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
retainer seal for wear and damage. Inspect the
clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch
discs and plates for wear and damage. If the
discs are worn or damaged, replace them as a set.
Inspect the clutch waved-plate height. If the
height is out of tolerance, replace the waved-
plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
clearance with the clutch end plate.
• Inspect the 1st clutch feed pipe. If the 1st clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace the end cover.
• Replace the secondary shaft if the bushing for the
1st clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.

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Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes


Vehicle moves in 1. 2nd accumulator • Check the 2nd clutch pressure.
D, 1, and R, but defective • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check valve, and
not in 2 2. 2nd gears worn or O-rings. Check the spring retainer and retainer seal for wear
damaged and damage. Inspect the clutch end-plate-to-top disc
3. 2nd clutch defective clearance. If the clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the
clutch discs and plates for wear and damage. If the discs are
worn or damaged, replace them as a set. Inspect the clutch
waved-plate height. If the height is out of tolerance, replace
the waved-plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
clearance with the clutch end plate.
Vehicle moves in 1. Shift solenoid valve E • Check the D indicator, and check for loose connectors.
D, 2, and 1, but defective • Inspect the shift solenoid valve E for seizure, and O-rings for
not in R 2. Shift fork shaft stuck wear and damage.
3. Shift valve E defective • Check for a missing shift fork bolt on the shift fork shaft.
4. 4th/reverse accumulator • Check the 4th clutch pressure.
defective • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check valve, and
5. 4th clutch defective O-rings. Check the spring retainer for wear and damage.
6. Reverse gears worn or Inspect the clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
damaged clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch discs and
plates for wear and damage. If the discs are worn or
damaged, replace them as a set. Inspect the clutch waved-
plate height. If the height is out of tolerance, replace the
waved-plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
clearance with the clutch end plate.
• Inspect the reverse selector gear teeth chamfers, and
inspect the engagement teeth chamfers of the countershaft
4th gear and reverse gear. Replace the reverse gears and
the reverse selector if they are worn or damaged. If the
transmission makes a clicking, grinding, or whirring noise,
also replace the mainshaft 4th gear, reverse idler gear, and
countershaft 4th gear.
Poor 1. Low ATF level • Check the ATF level, and check the ATF cooler lines for
acceleration; 2. Shift cable broken or out leakage and loose connections. If necessary, clean the ATF
flares when of adjustment cooler lines.
starting off in D 3. ATF pump worn or • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the
and R; stall binding transmission control shaft.
speed high in 2 4. Regulator valve stuck or • Improper alignment of ATF pump and torque converter
and 1, and in D spring worn housing may cause ATF pump seizure. The symptoms are
in 1st and 2nd 5. ATF strainer clogged mostly an rpm-related ticking noise or a high pitched
6. Torque converter check squeak.
valve defective • Check the ATF strainer for debris. If the ATF strainer is
clogged with particles of steel or aluminum, inspect the ATF
pump. If the ATF pump is OK, find the damaged
components that caused the debris. If no cause for
contamination is found, replace the torque converter.

(cont’d)

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Symptom Troubleshooting Index (cont’d)


Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes
Poor acceleration; 2nd clutch defective • Check the 2nd clutch pressure.
flares when • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
starting off in D valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
and R; stall speed retainer seal for wear and damage. Inspect the
high when starting clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
off in 2 clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch
discs and plates for wear and damage. If the
discs are worn or damaged, replace them as a set.
Inspect the clutch waved-plate height. If the
height is out of tolerance, replace the waved-
plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
clearance with the clutch end plate.
Poor acceleration; 1. Shift cable broken or out of • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
flares when adjustment the transmission control shaft.
starting off in D 2. 4th clutch defective • Check the 4th clutch pressure in the D and R
and R; stall speed positions.
high in R • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer for
wear and damage. Inspect the clutch end-plate-
to-top disc clearance. If the clearance is out of
tolerance, inspect the clutch discs and plates for
wear and damage. If the discs are worn or
damaged, replace them as a set. Inspect the
clutch waved-plate height. If the height is out of
tolerance, replace the waved-plate. If the discs
and plates are OK, adjust the clearance with the
clutch end plate.
Poor acceleration; 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
stall speed low in 2 2. Torque converter one-way clutch connectors.
and 1, and in D in defective • Inspect the shift solenoid valve E for seizure, and
1st and 2nd 3. Engine output low O-ring for wear and damage.
4. Torque converter clutch piston • Replace the torque converter.
defective
5. Lock-up shift valve defective
Poor acceleration; 1. Engine output low Replace the torque converter.
stall speed low in R 2. Torque converter clutch piston
defective
3. Lock-up shift valve defective

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Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes


Engine idle 1. Misadjusted engine and • Check the ATF level, and check the ATF cooler
vibration transmission mounts lines for leakage and loose connections. If
2. Low ATF level necessary, clean the ATF cooler lines.
3. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Improper alignment of ATF pump and torque
4. Drive plate defective or converter housing may cause ATF pump seizure.
transmission misassembled The symptoms are mostly an rpm-related ticking
5. Engine output low noise or a high pitched squeak.
6. Torque converter clutch piston • Inspect the ATF strainer for clogging with
defective particles of steel or aluminum. If the ATF strainer
7. ATF pump worn or binding is clogged, replace it, and clean the torque
8. Lock-up shift valve defective converter, cooler, and lines.
• Check the D indicator, and check for loose
connectors. Inspect the shift solenoid valve E for
seizure, and O-rings for wear and damage.
• Check for a misinstalled/damaged drive plate.
• Adjust the engine and transmission mounts.
• Replace the torque converter.
Vehicle moves in N 1. Excessive ATF • Check the ATF level, and drain the ATF if it is
2. Foreign material in separator over-filled.
plate orifice • Check the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th clutch
3. Relief valve defective pressures.
4. 1st clutch defective • Check the ATF strainer for debris. If the ATF
5. 2nd clutch defective strainer is clogged with particles of steel or
6. 3rd clutch defective aluminum, inspect the ATF pump. If the ATF
7. 4th clutch defective pump is OK, find the damaged components that
8. 5th clutch defective caused the debris. If no cause for contamination
9. Clutch end plate-to-top disc is found, replace the torque converter.
clearance incorrect • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
10. Needle bearing seized up, worn, valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
or damaged retainer seal (1st, 2nd, and 3rd) for wear and
11. Thrust washer seized up, worn, damage. Inspect the clutch end-plate-to-top disc
or damaged clearance. If the clearance is out of tolerance,
inspect the clutch discs and plates for wear and
damage. If the discs are worn or damaged,
replace them as a set. Inspect the clutch waved-
plate height. If the height is out of tolerance,
replace the waved-plate. If the discs and plates
are OK, adjust the clearance with the clutch end
plate.
• Inspect the 1st clutch feed pipe. If the 1st clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace the end cover.
• Inspect the 3rd clutch feed pipe. If the 3rd clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace it and O-ring under
the feed pipe guide.
• Replace the secondary shaft if the bushing for the
1st or 3rd clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.
• Inspect the 5th clutch feed pipe. If the 5th clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace it and the O-ring
under the feed pipe guide.
• Replace the mainshaft if the bushing for the 5th
clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.

(cont’d)

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Symptom Troubleshooting Index (cont’d)


Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes
Late shift after 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
shifting from N to 2. A/T clutch pressure control connectors.
D, or excessive solenoid valve A defective • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
shock when shifted 3. A/T clutch pressure control O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
into D solenoid valve B defective solenoid valves for seizure.
4. A/T clutch pressure control • Check the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor
solenoid valve C defective and output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor
5. Shift cable broken or out of installation.
adjustment • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
6. Connection between the shift the transmission control shaft.
cable and transmission or body • Check the 1st clutch pressure.
is worn • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
7. Input shaft (mainshaft) speed valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
sensor defective retainer seal for wear and damage. Inspect the
8. Output shaft (countershaft) clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
speed sensor defective clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch
9. ATF temperature sensor discs and plates for wear and damage. If the
defective discs are worn or damaged, replace them as a set.
10. Foreign material in separator Inspect the clutch waved-plate height. If the
plate orifice height is out of tolerance, replace the waved-
11. Servo control valve defective plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
12. 1st accumulator defective clearance with the clutch end plate.
13. 1st check ball stuck • Inspect the 1st clutch feed pipe. If the 1st clutch
14. Lock-up shift valve defective feed pipe is scored, replace the end cover.
15. 1st clutch defective • Replace the secondary shaft if the bushing for the
1st clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.
Late shift after 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
shifting from N to 2. A/T clutch pressure control connectors.
R, or excessive solenoid valve A defective • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
shock when shifted 3. Shift cable broken or out of O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
into R adjustment solenoid valves for seizure.
4. Connection between the shift • Check the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor
cable and transmission or body and output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor
is worn installation.
5. Input shaft (mainshaft) speed • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
sensor defective the transmission control shaft.
6. Output shaft (countershaft) • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
speed sensor defective valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer for
7. ATF temperature sensor wear and damage. Inspect the clutch end-plate-
defective to-top disc clearance. If the clearance is out of
8. Shift fork shaft stuck tolerance, inspect the clutch discs and plates for
9. Foreign material in separator wear and damage. If the discs are worn or
plate orifice damaged, replace them as a set. Inspect the
10. Shift valve E defective clutch waved-plate height. If the height is out of
11. 4th/reverse accumulator tolerance, replace the waved-plate. If the discs
defective and plates are OK, adjust the clearance with the
12. Lock-up shift valve defective clutch end plate.
13. 4th clutch defective • Check for a missing shift fork bolt on the shift
fork shaft.
• Check the 4th clutch pressure.
• Inspect the servo valve and O-ring.

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Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes


The transmission 1. Input shaft (mainshaft) speed • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
does not shift sensor defective connectors.
2. Output shaft (countershaft) • Check the input shaft (mainshaft) and output
speed sensor defective shaft (countershaft) speed sensor installation.
Excessive shock or 1. A/T clutch pressure control • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
flares on all solenoid valve B defective connectors.
upshifts and 2. A/T clutch pressure control • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
downshifts solenoid valve C defective O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
3. Input shaft (mainshaft) speed solenoid valves for seizure.
sensor defective • Check the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor
4. Output shaft (countershaft) and output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor
speed sensor defective installation.
5. ATF temperature sensor
defective
6. Foreign material in separator
plate orifice
Excessive shock or 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
flares on 1-2 2. A/T clutch pressure control connectors.
upshift or 2-1 solenoid valve A defective • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
downshift 3. A/T clutch pressure control O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
solenoid valve B defective solenoid valves for seizure.
4. A/T clutch pressure control • Check the 1st and 2nd clutch pressures.
solenoid valve C defective • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
5. 2nd clutch transmission fluid valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
pressure switch defective retainer seal for wear and damage. Inspect the
6. Foreign material in separator clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
plate orifice clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch
7. 1st accumulator defective discs and plates for wear and damage. If the
8. 2nd accumulator defective discs are worn or damaged, replace them as a set.
9. 1st check ball stuck Inspect the clutch waved-plate height. If the
10. 2nd check ball stuck height is out of tolerance, replace the waved-
11. Lock-up shift valve defective plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
12. 1st clutch defective clearance with the clutch end plate.
13. 2nd clutch defective • Inspect the 1st clutch feed pipe. If the 1st clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace the end cover.
• Replace the secondary shaft if the bushing for the
1st clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.

(cont’d)

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Symptom Troubleshooting Index (cont’d)


Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes
Excessive shock or 1. A/T clutch pressure control • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
flares on 2-3 solenoid valve B defective connectors.
upshift or 3-2 2. A/T clutch pressure control • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
downshift solenoid valve C defective O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
3. 3rd clutch transmission fluid solenoid valves for seizure.
pressure switch defective • Check the 2nd and 3rd clutch pressures.
4. Foreign material in separator • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
plate orifice valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
5. 2nd accumulator defective retainer seal for wear and damage. Inspect the
6. 3rd accumulator defective clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
7. 2nd check ball stuck clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch
8. 2nd clutch defective discs and plates for wear and damage. If the
9. 3rd clutch defective discs are worn or damaged, replace them as a set.
Inspect the clutch waved-plate height. If the
height is out of tolerance, replace the waved-
plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
clearance with the clutch end plate.
• Inspect the 3rd clutch feed pipe. If the 3rd clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace it and the O-ring
under the feed pipe guide.
• Replace the secondary shaft if the bushing for the
3rd clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.
Excessive shock or 1. A/T clutch pressure control • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
flares on 3-4 solenoid valve B defective connectors.
upshift or 4-3 2. A/T clutch pressure control • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
downshift solenoid valve C defective O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
3. Foreign material in separator solenoid valves for seizure.
plate orifice • Check the 3rd and 4th clutch pressures.
4. 3rd accumulator defective • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
5. 4th accumulator defective valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer and
6. 3rd clutch defective retainer seal (3rd) for wear and damage. Inspect
7. 4th clutch defective the clutch end-plate-to-top disc clearance. If the
clearance is out of tolerance, inspect the clutch
discs and plates for wear and damage. If the
discs are worn or damaged, replace them as a set.
Inspect the clutch waved-plate height. If the
height is out of tolerance, replace the waved-
plate. If the discs and plates are OK, adjust the
clearance with the clutch end plate.
• Inspect the 3rd clutch feed pipe. If the 3rd clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace it and the O-ring
under the feed pipe guide.
• Replace the secondary shaft if the bushing for the
3rd clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.

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Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes


Excessive shock or 1. A/T clutch pressure control • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
flares on 4-5 solenoid valve B defective connectors.
upshift or 5-4 2. A/T clutch pressure control • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
downshift solenoid valve C defective O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
3. Foreign material in separator solenoid valves for seizure.
plate orifice • Check the 4th and 5th clutch pressures.
4. 4th accumulator defective • Inspect the clutch piston, clutch piston check
5. 5th accumulator defective valve, and O-rings. Check the spring retainer for
6. 4th clutch defective wear and damage. Inspect the clutch end-plate-
7. 5th clutch defective to-top disc clearance. If the clearance is out of
tolerance, inspect the clutch discs and plates for
wear and damage. If the discs are worn or
damaged, replace them as a set. Inspect the
clutch waved-plate height. If the height is out of
tolerance, replace the waved-plate. If the discs
and plates are OK, adjust the clearance with the
clutch end plate.
• Inspect the 5th clutch feed pipe. If the 5th clutch
feed pipe is scored, replace it and the O-ring
under the feed pipe guide.
• Replace the mainshaft if the bushing for the 5th
clutch feed pipe is loose or damaged.
Noise from 1. ATF pump worn or binding • Improper alignment of ATF pump and torque
transmission in all 2. Mainshaft bearing, countershaft converter housing may cause ATF pump seizure.
shift lever bearing, or secondary shaft The symptoms are mostly an rpm-related ticking
positions bearing defective noise or a high pitched squeak.
• Be careful not to damage the torque converter
housing when replacing the main ball bearing.
You may also damage the ATF pump when you
torque down the main valve body. This will result
in ATF pump seizure if not detected. Use the
proper tools.
• Install the main seal flush with the torque
converter housing. If you push it into the torque
converter housing until it bottoms out, it will
block the fluid return passage and result in
damage.
• Inspect the ATF strainer for clogging with
particles of steel or aluminum. If the ATF strainer
is clogged, replace it, and clean the torque
converter, cooler, and lines.
• Inspect the mainshaft, countershaft and
secondary shaft for wear or damage.
Vehicle does not Torque converter one-way clutch Replace the torque converter.
accelerate above defective
50 km/h (31 mph)
Vibration in all Drive plate defective or transmission • Check for a misinstalled/damaged drive plate.
shift lever misassembled • Adjust the engine and transmission mounts.
positions

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

Symptom Troubleshooting Index (cont’d)


Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes
Shift lever does 1. Transmission range switch • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
not operate defective or out of adjustment connectors.
smoothly 2. Shift cable broken or out of • Inspect the transmission range switch for
adjustment operation.
3. Connection between the shift • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
cable and transmission or body is the transmission control shaft.
worn
Transmission does 1. Shift cable broken or out of • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
not shift into P adjustment the transmission control shaft.
2. Connection between the shift • Check the park pawl spring installation and the
cable and transmission or body is park lever spring installation. If installation is
worn incorrect, install the spring correctly. Make sure
3. Park mechanism defective that the park lever stop is not installed upside
down. Check the distance between the park pawl
shaft and park lever roller pin. If the distance is
out of tolerance, adjust the distance with the park
lever stop.
Torque converter 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
clutch does not 2. A/T clutch pressure control connectors.
disengage solenoid valve A defective • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
3. Torque converter clutch piston O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
defective solenoid valves for seizure.
4. Lock-up shift valve defective • Replace the torque converter.
5. Lock-up control valve defective
Torque converter 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
clutch does not 2. A/T clutch pressure control connectors.
operate smoothly solenoid valve A defective • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
3. Torque converter clutch piston O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
defective solenoid valves for seizure.
4. Torque converter check valve • Replace the torque converter.
defective
5. Lock-up shift valve defective
6. Lock-up control valve defective

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Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes


Torque converter 1. Shift solenoid valve E defective • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
clutch does not 2. A/T clutch pressure control connectors.
engage solenoid valve A defective • Inspect the solenoid valve filter/gasket and
3. Input shaft (mainshaft) speed O-rings for wear and damage, and inspect the
sensor defective solenoid valves for seizure.
4. Output shaft (countershaft) speed • Replace the torque converter.
sensor defective • Check the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor
5. Torque converter clutch piston and output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor
defective installation.
6. Torque converter check valve
defective
7. Lock-up shift valve defective
8. Lock-up control valve defective

A/T gear position 1. Transmission range switch • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
indicator does not defective or out of adjustment connectors.
indicate shift lever 2. Shift cable broken or out of • Inspect the transmission range switch operation.
positions adjustment • Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and
3. Connection between the shift the transmission control shaft.
cable and transmission or body is
worn
Speedometer and Output shaft (countershaft) speed • Check the D indicator, and check for loose
odometer do not sensor defective connectors.
work • Inspect the transmission range switch operation.
• Check the output shaft (countershaft) speed
sensor installation.
The engine does VTEC rocker arms defective Check the engine rocker arms.
not rev to high rpm,
and the
transmission
upshifts at low rpm

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Automatic Transmission

System Description
General Operation
The automatic transmission is a combination of a 3-element torque converter and triple-shaft electronically controlled
unit which provides 5 speeds forward and 1 reverse. The entire unit is positioned in line with the engine.

Torque Converter, Gears, and Clutches


The torque converter consists of a pump, turbine, and stator assembly in a single unit. The converter housing (pump)
is connected to the engine crankshaft and turns as the engine turns. Around the outside of the torque converter is a
ring gear which meshes with the starter pinion when the engine is being started. The entire torque converter assembly
serves as a flywheel while transmitting power to the transmission mainshaft, the transmission has three parallel
shafts; the mainshaft, the countershaft, and the secondary shaft. The mainshaft is in line with the engine crankshaft,
and includes the 4th and 5th clutches, and gears for 5th, 4th, reverse, and idler. The mainshaft reverse gear is integral
with the mainshaft 4th gear. The countershaft includes the gears for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, reverse, park, and the final
drive. The final drive gear is integral with the countershaft. The countershaft 4th gear and the countershaft reverse
gear can be locked to the countershaft providing 4th or reverse gear, depending on which way the selector is moved.
The secondary shaft includes the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd clutches, and gears for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and idler. The idler shaft is
located between the mainshaft and secondary shaft, and the idler gear transmits power between the mainshaft and
the secondary shaft. The gears on the mainshaft and the secondary shaft are in constant mesh with those on the
countershaft. When certain combinations of gears in the transmission are engaged by the clutches, power is
transmitted through the mainshaft, then to the secondary shaft to the countershaft or through the mainshaft to the
countershaft to provide drive.

Electronic Control
The electronic control system consists of the powertrain control module (PCM), sensors, and solenoid valves. Shifting
and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under all conditions. The PCM is located in the engine
compartment.

Hydraulic Control
The valve bodies include the main valve body, the regulator valve body, and the servo body. They are bolted to the
torque converter housing. The main valve body contains the manual valve, the shift valves A, B, C, and E, the relief
valve, the lock-up control valve, the cooler check valve, the servo control valve, and the ATF pump gears. The
regulator valve body contains the regulator valve, the torque converter check valve, lock-up shift valve, and the 1st
and 3rd accumulators. The servo body contains the servo valve, the shift valve D, accumulators for 2nd, 4th, and 5th,
and shift solenoid valves for A, B, C, D, and E. Fluid from the regulator passes through the manual valve to the various
control valves. The 1st, 3rd, 5th clutches receive fluid from their respective feed pipes, and the 2nd and the 4th
clutches receive fluid from the internal hydraulic circuit.

Shift Control Mechanism


The PCM controls to shift gears shift solenoid valves A, B, C, D, and E, and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valves A, B, and C, while receiving input signals from various sensors and switches located throughout the vehicle.
The shift solenoid valves shift the positions of the shift valves to switch the port to send hydraulic pressure to the
clutch. The A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves A, B, and C regulate their respective pressure, and pressurize
to the clutches to engage it and its corresponding gear. The pressures of the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valves also apply to the shift valves to switch the port.

Lock-up Mechanism
The lock-up mechanism operates in the D position (2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th), and in D position D3 driving mode (2nd and
3rd). The pressurized fluid is drained from the back of the torque converter through a fluid passage, causing the torque
converter clutch piston to be held against the torque converter cover. As this takes place, the mainshaft rotates at the
same speed as the engine crankshaft. Together with the hydraulic control, the PCM optimizes the timing and volume
of the lock-up mechanism. When the shift solenoid valve E is turned on by the PCM, shift solenoid valve E pressure
switches the lock-up shift valve on and off. The A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A and the lock-up control
valve control the volume of the lock-up conditions.

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Gear Selection
The shift lever has six positions; P: PARK, R: REVERSE, N: NEUTRAL, D: DRIVE 1st through 5th gear range, and 1st
through 3rd gear range with D3 driving mode, 2: 2nd gear, and 1: 1st gear.

Position Description
P: PARK Front wheels locked; park pawl engaged with park gear on countershaft. All
clutches are released.
R: REVERSE Reverse; reverse selector engaged with countershaft reverse gear and 4th
clutch engaged.
N: NEUTRAL All clutches are released.
D: DRIVE General driving; starts off in 1st, shifts automatically to 2nd, 3rd, 4th, then 5th,
(1st through 5th) depending on vehicle speed and throttle position. Downshifts through 4th, 3rd,
2nd, and 1st on deceleration to stop. The lock-up mechanism operates in 2nd,
3rd, 4th, and 5th gears.
D: DRIVE Used the rapid acceleration at highway speeds and general driving, up-hill and
with D3 driving mode down-hill driving; starts off in 1st, shifts automatically to 2nd, then 3rd,
(1st through 3rd) depending on vehicle speed and throttle position. Downshifts through 2nd to
1st on deceleration to stop. The lock-up mechanism operates in 2nd and 3rd
gears.
2: SECOND Used for engine braking or better traction starting off on loose or slippery
surfaces; stays in 2nd gear, does not shift up and down.
1: FIRST Used for engine braking; stays in 1st gear, does not shift up.

Starting is possible only in the P and N positions because of a slide-type neutral-safety switch.

Automatic Transmission (A/T) Gear Position Indicator


The A/T gear position indicator in the instrument panel shows which shift lever position has been selected without
having to look down at the shift lever.

Transfer Mechanism (4WD)


The transfer mechanism consists of the transfer drive gear on the differential, the transfer shaft, the transfer drive gear
(hypoid gear), the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear), and the companion flange. The transfer mechanism assembly is
on the rear of the transmission, beside the differential. The transfer drive gear on the differential drives the transfer
shaft and transfer drive gear (hypoid gear), and the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) drives the transfer output shaft
(hypoid gear). Power is transmitted from the transfer drive gear on the differential to the rear differential via the
transfer shaft and the propeller shaft.

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Clutches and Gears
The 5-speed automatic transmission uses hydraulically-actuated clutches to engage or disengage the transmission
gears. When hydraulic pressure is introduced into the clutch drum, the clutch piston moves. This presses the friction
discs and steel plates together, locking them so they don’t slip. Power is then transmitted through the engaged clutch
pack to its hub-mounted gear. Likewise, when the hydraulic pressure is bled from the clutch pack, the piston releases
the friction discs and the steel plates, and they are free to slide past each other. This allows the gear to spin
independently on its shaft, transmitting no power.

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission, 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*01
MAINSHAFT
MAINSHAFT 5TH GEAR
REVERSE 4TH GEAR RING GEAR
IDLER GEAR MAINSHAFT 5TH
REVERSE GEAR CLUTCH TORQUE CONVERTER
4TH
MAINSHAFT CLUTCH
IDLER GEAR DRIVE PLATE

MAINSHAFT

IDLER SHAFT FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT
IDLER SHAFT
IDLER GEAR
COUNTERSHAFT 5TH GEAR
COUNTERSHAFT 2ND GEAR
COUNTERSHAFT 1ST GEAR
SECONDARY SHAFT
PARK GEAR SECONDARY SHAFT 1ST GEAR
SECONDARY SHAFT 2ND GEAR
REVERSE SELECTOR HUB
2ND CLUTCH
COUNTERSHAFT REVERSE GEAR TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR
REVERSE SELECTOR

COUNTERSHAFT 4TH GEAR DIFFERENTIAL


ASSEMBLY
SECONDARY SHAFT 3RD
IDLER GEAR CLUTCH TRANSFER ASSEMBLY

1ST TRANSFER
COUNTERSHAFT DRIVE GEAR
3RD GEAR CLUTCH
(HYPOID GEAR)
SECONDARY SHAFT
3RD GEAR

FINAL DRIVEN GEAR

TRANSFER SHAFT
DRIVEN GEAR

TRANSFER SHAFT

TRANSFER OUTPUT SHAFT


(HYPOID GEAR)

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1st Clutch
The 1st clutch engages/disengages 1st gear, and is located at the middle of the secondary shaft. The 1st clutch is
joined back-to-back to the 3rd clutch. The 1st clutch is supplied hydraulic pressure by its ATF feed pipe within the
secondary shaft.

2nd Clutch
The 2nd clutch engages/disengages 2nd gear, and is located at the end of the secondary shaft, opposite the end cover.
The 2nd clutch is supplied hydraulic pressure by a circuit connected to the internal hydraulic circuit.

3rd Clutch
The 3rd clutch engages/disengages 3rd gear, and is located at the middle of the secondary shaft. The 3rd clutch is
joined back-to-back to the 1st clutch. The 3rd clutch is supplied hydraulic pressure by its ATF feed pipe within the
secondary shaft.

4th Clutch
The 4th clutch engages/disengages 4th gear, as well as reverse gear, and is located at the middle of the mainshaft. The
4th clutch is joined back-to-back to the 5th clutch. The 4th clutch is supplied hydraulic pressure by its ATF feed pipe
within the mainshaft.

5th Clutch
The 5th clutch engages/disengages 5th gear, and is located at the middle of the mainshaft. The 5th clutch is joined
back-to-back to the 4th clutch. The 5th clutch is supplied hydraulic pressure by its ATF feed pipe within the mainshaft.

Gear operation
Gears on the mainshaft:
• 4th gear engages/disengages with the mainshaft by the 4th clutch.
• 5th gear engages/disengages with the mainshaft by the 5th clutch.
• Reverse gear engages/disengages with the mainshaft by the 4th clutch.
• Idler gear is splined with the mainshaft, and rotates with the mainshaft.

Gears on the countershaft:


• Final drive gear is integral with the countershaft.
• 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and park gears are splined with the countershaft, and rotate with the countershaft.
• 4th gear and reverse gear rotate freely from the countershaft. The reverse selector engages 4th gear and reverse
gear with the reverse selector hub. The reverse selector hub is splined to the countershaft so that the 4th gear and
reverse gear engage with the countershaft.

Gears on the secondary shaft:


• 1st gear engages/disengages with the secondary shaft by the 1st clutch.
• 2nd gear engages/disengages with the secondary shaft by the 2nd clutch.
• 3rd gear engages/disengages with the secondary shaft by the 3rd clutch.
• Idler gear is splined with the secondary shaft, and rotates with the secondary shaft.

The idler gear on the idler shaft transmits power between the mainshaft and the secondary shaft.
The reverse idler gear transmits power from the mainshaft reverse gear to the countershaft reverse gear, and changes
rotational direction of the countershaft to reverse.

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Power Flow
P Position
Hydraulic pressure is not applied to the clutch. Power is not transmitted to the countershaft. The countershaft is locked
by the park pawl, interlocking the park gear.

N Position
Engine power transmitted from the torque converter drives the mainshaft idler gear, the idler shaft idler gear, and the
secondary shaft idler gear, but hydraulic pressure is not applied to the clutches. Power is not transmitted to the
countershaft. In this position, the position of the reverse selector differs according to whether the shift lever shifted
from the D or R position:
• When shifted from the D position, the reverse selector engages with the countershaft 4th gear and the reverse
selector hub, and the 4th gear engages with the countershaft.
• When shifted from the R position, the reverse selector engages with the countershaft reverse gear and the reverse
selector hub, and the reverse gear engages with the countershaft.

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*01
MAINSHAFT PARK GEAR REVERSE REVERSE
IDLER GEAR SELECTOR SELECTOR
HUB TORQUE CONVERTER

COUNTERSHAFT

IDLER SHAFT

IDLER SHAFT
IDLER GEAR

SECONDARY SHAFT
IDLER GEAR COUNTERSHAFT
REVERSE GEAR
COUNTERSHAFT
4TH GEAR

TRANSFER (4WD)

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1st Gear
• Hydraulic pressure is applied to the 1st clutch, then the 1st clutch engages the secondary shaft 1st gear with the
secondary shaft.
• The mainshaft idler gear drives the secondary shaft via the idler shaft idler gear and the secondary shaft idler gear.
• The secondary shaft 1st gear drives the countershaft 1st gear and the countershaft.
• Power is transmitted to the final drive gear, which in turn drives the final driven gear, and the transfer drive gear
(4WD).
• 4WD: The transfer drive gear drives the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) and the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear).

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*02
MAINSHAFT COUNTERSHAFT
IDLER GEAR 1ST GEAR
TORQUE CONVERTER

MAINSHAFT

FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT

IDLER SHAFT

SECONDARY SHAFT

IDLER SHAFT
IDLER GEAR

SECONDARY SHAFT
IDLER GEAR
1ST CLUTCH

SECONDARY SHAFT
1ST GEAR
TRANSFER
DRIVE GEAR
(HYPOID GEAR)

FINAL DRIVEN GEAR


TRANSFER (4WD)

TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR


TRANSFER
OUTPUT SHAFT
(HYPOID GEAR)

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Power Flow (cont’d)
2nd Gear
• Hydraulic pressure is applied to the 2nd clutch, then the 2nd clutch engages the secondary shaft 2nd gear with the
secondary shaft.
• The mainshaft idler gear drives the secondary shaft via the idler shaft idler gear and the secondary shaft idler gear.
• The secondary shaft 2nd gear drives the countershaft 2nd gear and the countershaft.
• Power is transmitted to the final drive gear, which in turn drives the final driven gear, and the transfer drive gear
(4WD).
• 4WD: The transfer drive gear drives the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) and the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear).

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*03
COUNTERSHAFT TORQUE CONVERTER
MAINSHAFT 2ND GEAR
IDLER GEAR

MAINSHAFT

FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT

IDLER SHAFT
SECONDARY SHAFT

2ND CLUTCH
IDLER SHAFT
IDLER GEAR

SECONDARY SHAFT
IDLER GEAR

SECONDARY SHAFT
2ND GEAR
TRANSFER
DRIVE GEAR
(HYPOID GEAR)

FAINAL DRIVEN GEAR


TRANSFER (4WD)

TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR


TRANSFER
OUTPUT SHAFT
(HYPOID GEAR)

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3rd Gear
• Hydraulic pressure is applied to the 3rd clutch, then the 3rd clutch engages the secondary shaft 3rd gear with the
secondary shaft.
• The mainshaft idler gear drives the secondary shaft via the idler shaft idler gear and secondary shaft idler gear.
• The secondary shaft 3rd gear drives the countershaft 3rd gear and the countershaft.
• Power is transmitted to the final drive gear, which in turn drives the final driven gear, and the transfer drive gear
(4WD).
• 4WD: The transfer drive gear drives the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) and the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear).

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*04
MAINSHAFT COUNTERSHAFT
IDLER GEAR 3RD GEAR
TORQUE CONVERTER

MAINSHAFT

FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT

IDLER SHAFT

SECONDARY SHAFT

IDLER SHAFT
IDLER GEAR

SECONDARY SHAFT
IDLER GEAR

SECONDARY SHAFT
3RD GEAR
3RD CLUTCH
TRANSFER
DRIVE GEAR
(HYPOID GEAR)

FINAL DRIVEN GEAR


TRANSFER (4WD)

TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR


TRANSFER
OUTPUT SHAFT
(HYPOID GEAR)

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Power Flow (cont’d)
4th Gear
• Hydraulic pressure is applied to the servo valve to engage the reverse selector with the countershaft 4th gear and
reverse selector hub while the shift lever is in forward range (D, 2, and 1 positions).
• Hydraulic pressure is also applied to the 4th clutch, then the 4th clutch engages the mainshaft 4th gear with the
mainshaft.
• The mainshaft 4th gear drives the countershaft 4th gear and the countershaft.
• Power is transmitted to the final drive gear, which in turn drives the final driven gear, and the transfer drive gear
(4WD).
• 4WD: The transfer drive gear drives the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) and the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear).

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*05
MAINSHAFT 4TH CLUTCH
4TH GEAR
TORQUE CONVERTER

MAINSHAFT

FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT

SECONDARY SHAFT

REVERSE
SELECTOR
HUB COUNTERSHAFT
4TH GEAR

REVERSE SELECTOR

TRANSFER
DRIVE GEAR
(HYPOID GEAR)

FINAL DRIVEN GEAR


TRANSFER (4WD)

TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR


TRANSFER
OUTPUT SHAFT
(HYPOID GEAR)

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5th Gear
• Hydraulic pressure is applied to the 5th clutch, then the 5th clutch engages the mainshaft 5th gear with the
mainshaft.
• The mainshaft 5th gear drives the countershaft 5th gear and the countershaft.
• Power is transmitted to the final drive gear, which in turn drives the final driven gear, and the transfer drive gear
(4WD).
• 4WD: The transfer drive gear drives the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) and the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear).

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*06
5TH CLUTCH MAINSHAFT
5TH GEAR TORQUE CONVERTER

MAINSHAFT

FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT

SECONDARY SHAFT

COUNTERSHAFT
5TH GEAR

TRANSFER
DRIVE GEAR
(HYPOID GEAR)

FINAL DRIVEN GEAR


TRANSFER (4WD)

TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR


TRANSFER
OUTPUT SHAFT
(HYPOID GEAR)

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Power Flow (cont’d)
R Position
• Hydraulic pressure is applied to the servo valve to engage the reverse selector with the countershaft reverse gear
and reverse selector hub while the shift lever is in the R position.
• Hydraulic pressure is also applied to the 4th clutch, then the 4th clutch engages the mainshaft reverse gear with the
mainshaft.
• The mainshaft reverse gear drives the countershaft reverse gear via the reverse idler gear.
• The rotation direction of the countershaft reverse gear is changed by the reverse idler gear.
• The countershaft reverse gear drives the countershaft via the reverse selector, which drives the reverse selector hub.
• Power is transmitted to the final drive gear, which in turn drives the final driven gear, and the transfer drive gear
(4WD).
• 4WD: The transfer drive gear drives the transfer drive gear (hypoid gear) and the transfer output shaft (hypoid gear).

NOTE: The illustration shows the 4WD transmission; 2WD does not have the transfer mechanism.
*07
REVERSE MAINSHAFT 4TH CLUTCH
IDLER GEAR REVERSE GEAR
TORQUE CONVERTER

MAINSHAFT

FINAL DRIVE GEAR

COUNTERSHAFT

SECONDARY SHAFT

COUNTERSHAFT REVERSE
REVERSE GEAR SELECTOR
HUB
REVERSE SELECTOR

TRANSFER
DRIVE GEAR
(HYPOID GEAR)

FINAL DRIVEN GEAR


TRANSFER (4WD)

TRANSFER DRIVE GEAR


TRANSFER
OUTPUT SHAFT
(HYPOID GEAR)

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Electronic Control System


Functional Diagram
The electronic control system consists of the powertrain control module (PCM), sensors, and solenoid valves.
Shifting and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under all conditions.

The PCM receives input signals from the sensors, switches, and other control units, processes data, and outputs
signals for the engine control system and A/T control system. The A/T control system includes shift control, grade
logic control, clutch pressure control, and lock-up control.
The PCM actuates the shift solenoid valves and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves to control shifting
transmission gears and torque converter.
*01
PCM

Engine RPM Signal

Accelerator Pedal
Position Sensor Signal (ETCS)
F-CAN Line Gauge Control
PGM-FI Control Module A/T Gear
Engine Coolant System Position Indicator
Temperature Sensor Signal D3 Indicator

Barometric Pressure
Sensor Signal

Manifold Absolute
Pressure Sensor Signal
A/T Control System
ATF Temperature
Sensor Signal Shift Solenoid Valve A

Service Check Signal Shift Control Shift Solenoid Valve B


Grade Logic Control
• Ascending Shift Solenoid Valve C
Control
• Descending Shift Solenoid Valve D
Transmission Control
Range Automatic
Switch Signal 5-speed and
Shift Solenoid Valve E Reverse

A/T Clutch Pressure


Control Solenoid Valve A
D3 Switch Signal Clutch Pressure A/T Clutch Pressure
Control Control Solenoid Valve B
Input Shaft (Mainshaft) A/T Clutch Pressure
Speed Sensor Signal Control Solenoid Valve C
Output Shaft (Countershaft) Lock-up
Speed Sensor Signal Lock-up Control ON/OFF

2ND Clutch Transmission Fluid Lock-up


Pressure Switch Signal Self-diagnosis/ Conditions
Fail-safe Function Vehicle Speed Signal
3rd Clutch Transmission Fluid Communication and Data Link Connector
Pressure Switch Signal Output Function

Brake Pedal Position


Switch Signal
Shift Lock Control Shift Lock Solenoid

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
Electronic Control System Component Locations - LHD model
*02

D3 SWITCH

PARK PIN SWITCH


DATA LINK
CONNECTOR (DLC) SHIFT LOCK SOLENOID

*03
2ND CLUTCH TRANSMISSION OUTPUT SHAFT A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH (COUNTERSHAFT) CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE A
SPEED SENSOR
POWERTRAIN
CONTROL MODULE
(PCM)

INPUT SHAFT
(MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR

TRANSMISSION
RANGE SWITCH

3RD CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION
FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVE C
SHIFT
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
SOLENOID
CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE C VALVE B
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE B SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVE A
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE E
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE D
ATF TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

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Electronic Control System Component Locations - RHD model


*04

D3 SWITCH

DATA LINK
CONNECTOR (DLC)

PARK PIN SWITCH SHIFT LOCK SOLENOID

*05
2ND CLUTCH TRANSMISSION OUTPUT SHAFT A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH (COUNTERSHAFT) CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE A
SPEED SENSOR

POWERTRAIN
CONTROL MODULE
(PCM)

INPUT SHAFT
(MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR

TRANSMISSION
RANGE SWITCH

3RD CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION
FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVE C
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
SHIFT
CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE C
SOLENOID
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE VALVE B
CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE B
SHIFT
SOLENOID
SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE A
VALVE E
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE D
ATF TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
Shift Control
The PCM instantly determines which gear should be selected by various signals sent from sensors and switches, and
it actuates the shift solenoid valves A, B, C, D, and E to control shifting transmission gears.

Shift solenoid valves are a normally closed type. Shift solenoid valve opens the port of shift solenoid valve pressure
leading to shift valves while shift solenoid valve is turned ON by the PCM, and closes the port when shift solenoid
valve is OFF. The combination of driving signals to shift solenoid valves A, B, C, D, and E are shown in the table.

Position Gear position Shift solenoid valves


A B C D E
D Shifting from N position OFF ON ON OFF OFF
Stays in 1st ON ON ON OFF OFF
Shifting gears between 1st and 2nd OFF ON ON OFF OFF
Stays in 2nd OFF ON OFF ON OFF or ON
Shifting gears between 2nd and 3rd OFF ON ON ON OFF or ON
Stays in 3rd OFF OFF ON OFF OFF or ON
Shifting gears between 3rd and 4th OFF OFF OFF OFF OFF or ON
Stays in 4th ON OFF OFF OFF OFF or ON
Shifting gears between 4th and 5th ON OFF OFF ON OFF or ON
Stays in 5th ON OFF ON ON OFF or ON
2 2nd gear OFF ON OFF ON OFF
1 1st gear ON ON ON OFF OFF
R Shifting from P and N position OFF ON OFF OFF ON
Stays in reverse ON ON OFF OFF ON
Reverse inhibit OFF OFF ON OFF OFF
P Park OFF ON OFF OFF ON
N Neutral OFF ON ON OFF OFF

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Shift Control - Grade Logic Control


The grade logic control system has been adopted to control shifting in the D position. The PCM compares actual
driving conditions with programmed driving conditions, based on signals from the accelerator pedal position sensor,
the throttle position sensor, the engine coolant temperature sensor, the barometric pressure sensor, the brake pedal
position switch signal, and the shift lever position signal, to control shifting while the vehicle is ascending or
descending a slope.
*06
PCM

Engine RPM Signal Engine RPM


Control

Shift Position
Transmission Range Control
Switch Signal

Fail-safe Control Shift Solenoid


Valve A

Accelerator Pedal Shift Solenoid


Position Sensor Signal Valve B
Throttle Position Actual Driving
Sensor Signal Shift Position Comparison Shift Solenoid
with Signals Valve C
Read of ATF
Temperature Shift Solenoid
Valve D

Shift Solenoid
Output Shaft Master Target of Valve E
(Countershaft) Shifting Position
Speed Sensor Signal

Correction of Data
Selection of
Input Shaft Shifting Mode
(Mainshaft)
Speed Sensor Signal
Grade Logic Control

ATF Temperature
Sensor Signal

Calculation of
Gradient
Brake Pedal Position
Switch Signal

Engine Coolant Correction of Engine


Temperature Coolant Temperature
Sensor Signal Sensor Signal Data

Barometric Pressure
Sensor Signal

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
Grade Logic Control: Ascending Control
When the PCM determines that the vehicle is climbing a hill in the D position, the grade logic system extends the
engagement area of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th gears to prevent the transmission from frequently shifting between 2nd and 3rd
gears, between 3rd and 4th gears, and between 4th and 5th gears, so the vehicle can run smooth and have more
power when needed.

Shift programs stored in the PCM between 2nd and 3rd gears, between 3rd and 4th gears, and between 4th and 5th
gears, enable it to automatically select the most suitable gear according to the magnitude of a gradient.
*07
ASCENDING MODE: Upshift Schedule
100 %
1ST 2ND 2ND 3RD 3RD 4TH
Throttle opening

: FLAT ROAD MODE


: GRADUAL ASCENDING MODE
50 4TH 5TH
: MEDIUM ASCENDING MODE

: STEEP ASCENDING MODE


: HEAVY STEEP ASCENDING MODE

0
Vehicle speed

Grade Logic Control: Descending Control


When the PCM determines that the vehicle is going down a hill in the D position, the shift-up speed from 4th to 5th
gear, from 3rd to 4th gear, and from 2nd to 3rd gear (when the throttle is closed) becomes faster than the set speed
for flat road driving to widen the 4th gear, 3rd gear, and 2nd gear driving area. This, in combination with engine
braking from the deceleration lock-up, achieves smooth driving when the vehicle is descending. There are three
descending modes with different 4th gear driving areas, 3rd gear driving areas, and 2nd gear driving areas according
to the magnitude of a gradient stored in the PCM. When the vehicle is in 5th gear or 4th gear, and you are decelerating
when you are applying the brakes on a steep hill, the transmission will downshift to lower gear. When you accelerate,
the transmission will then return to a higher gear.
*08
DESCENDING MODE: Downshift Schedule
100 %

1ST 2ND 2ND 3RD 3RD 4TH 4TH 5TH

: FLAT ROAD MODE


Throttle opening

: GRADUAL DESCENDING MODE


50
: MEDIUM DESCENDING MODE
: STEEP DESCENDING MODE

0
Vehicle speed

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Shift Control - D Position D3 Driving Mode Control


This automatic transmission is provided with the D3 driving mode in the D position. The D position has two modes;
general driving mode (shifts gears automatically 1st through 5th), and the D3 driving mode (shifts gears automatically
1st through 3rd). The transmission switches the mode by pushing the D3 switch on the shift lever knob in the D
position.
*09
SHIFT LEVER KNOB

D3 SWITCH

NOTE: The illustration shows the LHD model; RHD is symmetrical.

In the D3 driving mode, the D3 indicator next to the D indicator in the gauge assembly comes on. The D3 driving mode
is cancelled by pushing the D3 switch, and the D3 indicator goes off. Also, the D3 driving mode is cancelled when the
ignition switch is turned off. When the shift lever is moved out of the D position in the D3 driving mode, the D3
indicator goes off, but the transmission returns into D3 driving mode when returning the shift lever into the D position,
and the D3 indicator comes on.
*10

D INDICATOR D3 INDICATOR

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
Clutch Pressure Control
The PCM actuates A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves A, B, and C to control the clutch pressure. When shifting
between gears, the clutch pressure regulated by A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves A, B, and C engages and
disengages the clutch smoothly.
The PCM receives input signals from the various sensors and switches, processes data, and outputs current to A/T
clutch pressure control solenoid valves A, B, and C.
*11
PCM

PGM-FI
Ignition Timing Control
Input Shaft Requirement System
(Mainshaft)
Speed Sensor Signal

Output Shaft
(Countershaft) Actual
Speed Sensor Signal Decision of
Driving Shift Shifting Mode
Position

Accelerator Pedal
Position Sensor Signal
Throttle Position
Sensor Signal
Current A/T Clutch Pressure
Master Target of Control Solenoid
Controlling Current Feedback
Valves A, B, and C

Manifold Absolute
Pressure Sensor Signal Correction of Data
Barometric Pressure
Sensor Signal

Engine RPM Signal Correction of Engine


Torque Signal Data

2nd Clutch
Transmission Fluid Correction of
Pressure Switch Signal Hydraulic Pressure
Applying Timing
3rd Clutch
Transmission Fluid
Pressure Switch Signal Correction of Engine
Coolant Temperature
Sensor Data
Engine Coolant
Temperature
Sensor Signal Correction of ATF
Temperature Sensor
Signal Data
ATF Temperature
Sensor Signal

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Lock-up Control
The shift solenoid valve E controls the hydraulic pressure to switch the lock-up shift valve and lock-up ON and OFF.
The PCM actuates the shift solenoid valve E and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A to start lock-up. The
A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A applies and regulates hydraulic pressure to the lock-up control valve to
control the volume of the lock-up.
The lock-up mechanism operates in the D position (2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th), and in the D position D3 driving mode (2nd
and 3rd).
*12
PCM

Engine Coolant Engine Coolant


Temperature
Sensor Signal Temperature Control

Shifting Position
Transmission Range Control
Switch Signal
Barometric
Pressure
Sensor
Signal Gradient Control
by Magnitude

Accelerator Pedal
Position Sensor Signal
Throttle Position Fail-safe Control
Sensor Signal

Output Shaft Actual


(Countershaft) Driving
Speed Sensor Signal Shift
Position

Lock-up Control
Input Shaft
(Mainshaft) • Lock-up ON/OFF
Speed Sensor Signal Control
Shift Solenoid
• Lock-up Condition Valve E
Control
Correction
ATF Temperature of ATF
Sensor Signal Temperature
Sensor Data

Driving
Engine RPM Signal Shift
Position
Information

Master Target of
Controlling Current

A/T Clutch Pressure


Current Feedback Control Solenoid
Valve A

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
PCM A/T Control System Electrical Connections
*13
IGNITION SWITCH A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
BATTERY
CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE A
BAT IG1 C36 PCM B44
IG1 LS A
SHIFT LOCK
SOLENOID A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE B
A27 B35
BRAKE PEDAL SLS LS B
POSITION SWITCH
A40 A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
BK SW CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE C
B25
LS C
BRAKE LIGHTS SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE A
A31 B10
DATA LINK CONNECTOR SCS SH A
SHIFT SOLENOID
GAUGE CONTROL MODULE VALVE B
B11
A36 SH B
CAN H
F−CAN SHIFT SOLENOID
Transceiver A37
CAN Controller CAN L VALVE C
B20
SH C
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE D
B26
A/T Gear Position Indicator SH D
Driver Circuit
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE E
B24
SH E
P R N D 2 1 D3
C13
VCC1
A/T Gear Position Indicator Dimming C43 OUTPUT SHAFT
Dimming Circuit Circuit NC (COUNTERSHAFT)
C14 SPEED SENSOR
SG1

P B13 MANIFOLD
ATP P C11 ABSOLUTE
MAP PRESSURE
TRANSMISSION R B14
RANGE SWITCH ATP R SENSOR
N B12 B18
ATP N VCC2
B17 INPUT SHAFT
D B21 NM (MAINSHAFT)
ATP D B33 SPEED SENSOR
2 B16 SG2
ATP 2
1 B15
ATP 1 ATF
B27 TEMPERATURE
B28 ATFT SENSOR
ATP FWD
B22
ATP RVS
B29
D3 SWITCH EGRP
A41 EGR VALVE
D3 SW POSITION
B2 SENSOR
2ND CLUTCH TRANSMISSION EGR
FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH B8
OP2SW
3RD CLUTCH TRANSMISSION
FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH B9 R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
OP3SW
C22
B36 POIL CS EOP SENSOR
PG1
B1
PG2
C40 B39
LG1 SVM
C44 IMT VALVE
LG2 B37
SVS+
B38
SVS−

PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

4 5 6 8 9 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
(10) 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

20 21 (22) 23 24 25 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 (22) (23)

(26) 27 28 29 31 33 34 35 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 27 29 30 31 32

36 37 (39) 40 41 42 44 36 (37) (38) (39) 41 42 43 44 36 (37) 39 40 (41) 42 43 44

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)


Terminal side of female terminals

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PCM A/T Control System Inputs and Outputs - K24Z1 Engine Model
*14
PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)

Terminal side of female terminals

PCM CONNECTOR A (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
A27 RED SLS (SHIFT LOCK Drives shift lock solenoid With ignition switch ON (II), in the P position, brake
SOLENOID) pedal pressed, and accelerator released: Battery
voltage
A31 BRN SCS (SERVICE CHECK Detects service check signal With service check signal shorted with the HDS:
SIGNAL) About 0 V
With service check signal opened: About 5.0 V
A36 WHT CAN H (CAN Sends communication With ignition switch ON (II): About 2.5 V (pulses)
COMMUNICATION SIGNAL signal
HIGH)
A37 RED CAN L (CAN Sends communication With ignition switch ON (II): About 2.5 V (pulses)
COMMUNICATION SIGNAL signal
LOW)
A40 LT GRN BK SW (BRAKE PEDAL Detects brake pedal With brake pedal released: About 0 V
POSITION SWITCH) position switch signal With brake pedal pressed: Battery voltage
A41 BLU D3 SW (D3 SWITCH) Detects D3 switch signal With ignition switch ON (II):
• With D3 switch ON: About 0 V
• With D3 switch OFF: Battery voltage

PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
B1 BLK PG2 (POWER GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times
circuit
B2 BLU/RED EGR (EXHAUST GAS Drives EGR valve With EGR operating: Duty controlled
RECIRCULATION (EGR) With EGR not operating: About 0 V
VALVE)
B8 BLU/RED OP2SW (2ND CLUTCH Detects 2nd clutch With ignition switch ON (II):
TRANSMISSION FLUID transmission fluid pressure • Without 2nd clutch pressure: About 5.0 V
PRESSURE SWITCH) switch signal • With 2nd clutch pressure: About 0 V
B9 BLU/WHT OP3SW (3RD CLUTCH Detects 3rd clutch With ignition switch ON (II):
TRANSMISSION FLUID transmission fluid pressure • Without 3rd clutch pressure: About 5.0 V
PRESSURE SWITCH) switch signal • With 3rd clutch pressure: About 0 V
B10 BLU/BLK SH A (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In the R position, and in 1st, 4th, and 5th gears in the
VALVE A) valve A D position: Battery voltage
In the P and N positions, and in 2nd and 3rd gears in
the D position: About 0 V

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
PCM A/T Control System Inputs and Outputs - K24Z1 Engine Model (cont’d)
*15
PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)

Terminal side of female terminals

PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
B11 GRN/WHT SH B (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In the P, R, and N positions, and in 1st and 2nd
VALVE B) valve B gears in the D position: Battery voltage
In 3rd, 4th, and 5th gears in the D position: About
0V
B12 RED/BLK ATP N (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the N position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH N switch N position signal In any position other than N: About 5.0 V
POSITION)
B13 BLU/BLK ATP P (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the P position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH P switch P position signal In any position other than P: Battery voltage
POSITION)
B14 WHT ATP R (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the R position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH R switch R position signal In any position other than R: Battery voltage
POSITION)
B15 RED ATP 1 (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the 1 position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH 1) switch 1 signal input In any position other than 1: Battery voltage
B16 GRN/RED ATP 2 (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the 2 position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH 2) switch 2 signal input In any position other than 2: Battery voltage
B17 WHT/RED NM (INPUT SHAFT Detects input shaft With ignition switch ON (II): About 0 V or about
(MAINSHAFT) SPEED (mainshaft) speed sensor 5.0 V
SENSOR) signal With engine running in N position: About 2.5 V
B18 YEL/BLU VCC2 (SENSOR VOLTAGE) Provides sensor voltage With ignition switch ON (II): About 5.0 V
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
B20 GRN SH C (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In the N position, and in 1st, 3rd, and 5th gears in
VALVE C) valve C the D position: Battery voltage
In the P and R positions, and in 2nd and 4th gears in
the D position: About 0 V
B21 YEL/GRN ATP D (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the D position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH D switch D position signal In any position other than D: Battery voltage
POSITION) input
B22 RED/WHT ATP RVS (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In R position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH R switch R position signal In any position other than R: Battery voltage
POSITION)
B24 YEL SH E (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid valve E In the P and R positions: Battery voltage
VALVE E) In the N position, and in 1st gear in the D position:
About 0 V

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PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
B25 BLU/YEL LS C (A/T CLUTCH Drives A/T clutch pressure With ignition switch ON (II): Pulses
PRESSURE CONTROL control solenoid valve C
SOLENOID VALVE C)
B26 GRN/RED SH D (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In 2nd and 5th gears in the D position: Battery
VALVE D) valve D voltage
In the P, R, and N positions, and in 1st, 3rd, and 4th
gears in the D position: About 0 V
B27 RED/YEL ATFT (ATF TEMPERATURE Detects ATF temperature With ignition switch ON (II): About 0.2−4.0 V
SENSOR) sensor signal depending on ATF temperature
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
B28 BLU/YEL ATP FWD (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the D, 2, and 1 positions: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH D, 2, switch D, 2, and 1 signal In any position other than D, 2, and 1: Battery
AND 1) input voltage
B29 WHT/BLK EGRP (EXHAUST GAS Detects EGR valve position With engine running: 1.2−3.0 V depending on EGR
RECIRCULATION (EGR) sensor signal valve lift
VALVE POSITION SENSOR)
B33 GRN/BLK SG2 (SENSOR GROUND) Sensor ground Less than 1.0 V at all times
B35 BRN LS B (A/T CLUTCH Drives A/T clutch pressure With ignition switch ON (II): Pulses
PRESSURE CONTROL control solenoid valve B
SOLENOID VALVE B)
B36 BLK PG1 (POWER GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times
circuit
B44 RED/BLK LS A (A/T CLUTCH Drives A/T clutch pressure With ignition switch ON (II): Pulses
PRESSURE CONTROL control solenoid valve A
SOLENOID VALVE A)

PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
C11 GRN/RED MAP (MANIFOLD Detects MAP sensor signal With ignition switch ON (II): About 3.0 V
ABSOLUTE PRESSURE At idle: About 1.0 V depending on engine speed
(MAP) SENSOR)
C13 YEL/RED VCC1 (SENSOR VOLTAGE) Provides sensor voltage With ignition switch ON (II): About 5.0 V
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
C14 GRN/WHT SG1 (SENSOR GROUND) Sensor ground Less than 1.0 V at all times
C36 BLK/RED IG1 (IGNITION SIGNAL) Detects ignition signal With ignition switch ON (II): Battery voltage
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
C40 BRN/YEL LG1 (LOGIC GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times
circuit
C43 BLK/WHT NC (OUTPUT SHAFT Detects output shaft With ignition switch ON (II): About 0 V or about
(COUNTERSHAFT) SPEED (countershaft) speed sensor 5.0 V
SENSOR) signal With driving: Pulses
C44 BRN/YEL LG2 (LOGIC GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
PCM A/T Control System Inputs and Outputs - R20A1 and R20A2 Engine Models
*16
PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)

Terminal side of female terminals

PCM CONNECTOR A (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
A27 RED SLS (SHIFT LOCK Drives shift lock solenoid With ignition switch ON (II), in the P position, brake
SOLENOID) pedal pressed, and accelerator released: Battery
voltage
A31 BRN SCS (SERVICE CHECK Detects service check signal With service check signal shorted with the HDS:
SIGNAL) About 0 V
With service check signal opened: About 5.0 V
A36 WHT CAN H (CAN Sends communication With ignition switch ON (II): About 2.5 V (pulses)
COMMUNICATION SIGNAL signal
HIGH)
A37 RED CAN L (CAN Sends communication With ignition switch ON (II): About 2.5 V (pulses)
COMMUNICATION SIGNAL signal
LOW)
A40 LT GRN BK SW (BRAKE PEDAL Detects brake pedal With brake pedal released: About 0 V
POSITION SWITCH) position switch signal With brake pedal pressed: Battery voltage
A41 BLU D3 SW (D3 SWITCH) Detects D3 switch signal With ignition switch ON (II):
• With D3 switch ON: About 0 V
• With D3 switch OFF: Battery voltage

PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
B1 BLK PG2 (POWER GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times
circuit
B2 BLU/RED EGR (EXHAUST GAS Drives EGR valve With EGR operating: Duty controlled
RECIRCULATION (EGR) With EGR not operating: About 0 V
VALVE)
B8 BLU/YEL OP2SW (2ND CLUTCH Detects 2nd clutch With ignition switch ON (II):
TRANSMISSION FLUID transmission fluid pressure • Without 2nd clutch pressure: About 5.0 V
PRESSURE SWITCH) switch signal • With 2nd clutch pressure: About 0 V
B9 BLK/RED OP3SW (3RD CLUTCH Detects 3rd clutch With ignition switch ON (II):
TRANSMISSION FLUID transmission fluid pressure • Without 3rd clutch pressure: About 5.0 V
PRESSURE SWITCH) switch signal • With 3rd clutch pressure: About 0 V
B10 BLU SH A (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In the R position, and in 1st, 4th, and 5th gears in the
VALVE A) valve A D position: Battery voltage
In the P and N positions, and in 2nd and 3rd gears in
the D position: About 0 V

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PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
B11 GRN/WHT SH B (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In the P, R, and N positions, and in 1st and 2nd
VALVE B) valve B gears in the D position: Battery voltage
In 3rd, 4th, and 5th gears in the D position: About
0V
B12 RED/BLK ATP N (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the N position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH N switch N position signal In any position other than N: About 5.0 V
POSITION)
B13 BLU/BLK ATP P (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the P position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH P switch P position signal In any position other than P: Battery voltage
POSITION)
B14 WHT/GRN ATP R (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the R position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH R switch R position signal In any position other than R: Battery voltage
POSITION)
B15 BRN ATP 1 (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the 1 position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH 1) switch 1 signal input In any position other than 1: Battery voltage
B16 RED ATP 2 (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the 2 position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH 2) switch 2 signal input In any position other than 2: Battery voltage
B17 WHT/RED NM (INPUT SHAFT Detects input shaft With ignition switch ON (II): About 0 V or about
(MAINSHAFT) SPEED (mainshaft) speed sensor 5.0 V
SENSOR) signal With engine running in N position: About 2.5 V
B18 YEL/BLU VCC2 (SENSOR VOLTAGE) Provides sensor voltage With ignition switch ON (II): About 5.0 V
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
B20 GRN SH C (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In the N position, and in 1st, 3rd, and 5th gears in
VALVE C) valve C the D position: Battery voltage
In the P and R positions, and in 2nd and 4th gears in
the D position: About 0 V
B21 YEL/GRN ATP D (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the D position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH D switch D position signal In any position other than D: Battery voltage
POSITION) input
B22 YEL ATP RVS (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In R position: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH R switch R position signal In any position other than R: Battery voltage
POSITION)
B24 YEL SH E (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid valve E In the P and R positions: Battery voltage
VALVE E) In the N position, and in 1st gear in the D position:
About 0 V
B25 BLU/WHT LS C (A/T CLUTCH Drives A/T clutch pressure With ignition switch ON (II): Pulses
PRESSURE CONTROL control solenoid valve C
SOLENOID VALVE C)
B26 GRN/RED SH D (SHIFT SOLENOID Drives shift solenoid In 2nd and 5th gears in the D position: Battery
VALVE D) valve D voltage
In the P, R, and N positions, and in 1st, 3rd, and 4th
gears in the D position: About 0 V
B27 BRN/RED ATFT (ATF TEMPERATURE Detects ATF temperature With ignition switch ON (II): About 0.2−4.0 V
SENSOR) sensor signal depending on ATF temperature
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
B28 BLU/YEL ATP FWD (TRANSMISSION Detects transmission range In the D, 2, and 1 positions: About 0 V
RANGE SWITCH D, 2, switch D, 2, and 1 signal In any position other than D, 2, and 1: Battery
AND 1) input voltage

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Electronic Control System (cont’d)
PCM A/T Control System Inputs and Outputs - R20A1 and R20A2 Engine Models (cont’d)
*17
PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)

Terminal side of female terminals

PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
B29 WHT/BLK EGRP (EXHAUST GAS Detects EGR valve position With engine running: 1.2−3.0 V depending on EGR
RECIRCULATION (EGR) sensor signal valve lift
VALVE POSITION SENSOR)
B33 GRN/YEL SG2 (SENSOR GROUND) Sensor ground Less than 1.0 V at all times
B35 BRN/WHT LS B (A/T CLUTCH Drives A/T clutch pressure With ignition switch ON (II): Pulses
PRESSURE CONTROL control solenoid valve B
SOLENOID VALVE B)
B36 BLK PG1 (POWER GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times
circuit
B44 WHT LS A (A/T CLUTCH Drives A/T clutch pressure With ignition switch ON (II): Pulses
PRESSURE CONTROL control solenoid valve A
SOLENOID VALVE A)

PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)


Terminal Wire color Terminal name Description Signal
number
C11 GRN/RED MAP (MANIFOLD Detects MAP sensor signal With ignition switch ON (II): About 3.0 V
ABSOLUTE PRESSURE At idle: About 1.0 V depending on engine speed
(MAP) SENSOR)
C13 YEL/RED VCC1 (SENSOR VOLTAGE) Provides sensor voltage With ignition switch ON (II): About 5.0 V
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
C14 GRN/WHT SG1 (SENSOR GROUND) Sensor ground Less than 1.0 V at all times
C36 BLK/YEL IG1 (IGNITION SIGNAL) Detects ignition signal With ignition switch ON (II): Battery voltage
With ignition switch OFF: About 0 V
C40 BRN/YEL LG1 (LOGIC GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times
circuit
C43 BLK/BLU NC (OUTPUT SHAFT Detects output shaft With ignition switch ON (II): About 0 V or about
(COUNTERSHAFT) SPEED (countershaft) speed sensor 5.0 V
SENSOR) signal With driving: Pulses
C44 BRN/YEL LG2 (LOGIC GROUND) Ground circuit for PCM Less than 1.0 V at all times

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Hydraulic Controls
Valve Bodies
The valve body includes the main valve body, the regulator valve body, and the servo body. The ATF pump is driven
by splines on the left end of the torque converter which is attached to the engine. Fluid flows through the regulator
valve to maintain specified pressure through the main valve body to the manual valve, directing pressure to the shift
valves and to each of the clutches via the solenoid valves. The shift solenoid valves A, B, C, D, and E are bolted on the
servo body. The A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves A, B, and C are mounted on the outside of the
transmission housing.
*01
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
SHIFT SOLENOID CONTROL SOLENOID
SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE A VALVE D VALVE B
SHIFT SOLENOID A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
VALVE E CONTROL SOLENOID
SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE B VALVE C
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE C

A/T CLUTCH
PRESSURE
CONTROL
SOLENOID
VALVE A

SERVO BODY

REGULATOR VALVE BODY

MAIN VALVE BODY

(cont’d)

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System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Controls (cont’d)
Main Valve Body
The main valve body contains the manual valve, the shift valves A, B, C, and E, the relief valve, the lock-up control
valve, the cooler check valve, the servo control valve, and the ATF pump gears. The primary function of the main valve
body is to switch fluid pressure on and off and to control hydraulic pressure going to the hydraulic control system.
*02
MAIN VALVE BODY SHIFT VALVE A

SHIFT VALVE B
MANUAL VALVE
SHIFT VALVE C

RELIEF VALVE

COOLER CHECK VALVE

SHIFT VALVE E

SERVO CONTROL VALVE


LOCK-UP CONTROL VALVE

Regulator Valve Body


The regulator valve body contains the regulator valve, the torque converter check valve, the lock-up shift valve, and
the 1st and 3rd accumulators.
*03

REGULATOR VALVE

TORQUE CONVERTER
CHECK VALVE

REGULATOR VALVE BODY

LOCK-UP SHIFT VALVE

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Regulator Valve
The regulator valve maintains a constant hydraulic pressure from the ATF pump to the hydraulic control system, while
also furnishing fluid to the lubrication system and torque converter. Fluid from the ATF pump flows through B and C.
Fluid entering from B flows through the valve orifice to the A cavity. This pressure of the A cavity pushes the regulator
valve to the right side, and this movement of the regulator valve uncovers the fluid port to the torque converter and
the relief valve. The fluid flows out to the torque converter and the relief valve, and the regulator valve returns under
spring force. According to the level of the hydraulic pressure through B, the position of the regulator valve changes,
and the amount of fluid from C through torque converter also changes. This operation is continued, maintaining the
line pressure.
*04
To TORQUE To LUBRICATION
CONVERTER To RELIEF VALVE
VALVE SPRING

VALVE ORIFICE

A
B C
From ATF PUMP
REGULATOR VALVE

Increases in hydraulic pressure according to torque are performed by the regulator valve using stator torque reaction.
The stator shaft is splined with the stator in the torque converter, and its arm end contacts the regulator spring cap.
When the vehicle is accelerating or climbing (torque converter range), stator torque reaction acts on the stator shaft,
and the stator arm pushes the regulator spring cap in the direction of the arrow in proportion to the reaction. The
stator reaction spring compresses, and the regulator valve moves to increase the line pressure which is regulated by
the regulator valve. The line pressure reaches its maximum when the stator torque reaction reaches its maximum.
*05

TORQUE CONVERTER

REGULATOR VALVE

REGULATOR
VALVE BODY

STATOR
REGULATOR SPRING CAP

STATOR SHAFT ARM END STATOR SHAFT

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Controls (cont’d)
Servo Body
The servo body contains the servo valve, the shift valve D, accumulators for 2nd, 4th, and 5th, and shift solenoid
valves for A, B, C, D, and E.
*06
SHIFT SOLENOID SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE A VALVE D

SHIFT SOLENOID
SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE E
VALVE B

SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE C

SERVO BODY

SERVO VALVE SHIFT VALVE D

Accumulator
The accumulators are located in the regulator valve body and the servo body. The regulator valve body contains the
1st and 3rd accumulators, and the servo body contains the 2nd, 4th, and 5th accumulators.
*07

2ND ACCUMULATOR
5TH ACCUMULATOR

4TH ACCUMULATOR

3RD ACCUMULATOR

1ST ACCUMULATOR

SERVO BODY

REGULATOR VALVE BODY

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Hydraulic Flow
Distribution of Hydraulic Pressure
As the engine turns, the ATF pump starts to operate. Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is drawn through the ATF
strainer (filter) and discharged into the hydraulic circuit. Then, ATF flowing from the ATF pump becomes line pressure
that is regulated by the regulator valve. Torque converter pressure from the regulator valve enters the torque
converter through the lock-up shift valve, and it is discharged from the torque converter. The torque converter check
valve prevents torque converter pressure from rising.
The PCM controls the shift solenoid valves ON and OFF. The shift solenoid valve intercepts line pressure from the ATF
pump via the manual valve when the shift solenoid valve is OFF. When the shift solenoid valve is turned ON by the
PCM, line pressure changes to shift solenoid valve pressure at the shift solenoid valve, then the solenoid valve
pressure flows to the shift valve. Applying shift solenoid pressure to the shift valves moves the position of the shift
valve, and switches the port of the hydraulic circuit. The PCM also controls A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves
A, B, and C. The A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves regulate hydraulic pressure, and apply the pressure to the
clutches to engage smoothly. The clutches receive optimum clutch pressure which is regulated by the A/T clutch
pressure control solenoid valves for comfortable driving and shifting under all conditions.

Hydraulic Pressure at the Port for use in the hydraulic circuit


Port Hydraulic Pressure Port Hydraulic Pressure
1 Line SB Shift solenoid valve B
3 Line SC Shift solenoid valve C
3’ Line SD Shift solenoid valve D
4 Line SE Shift solenoid valve E
4’ Line 10 1st clutch
4’’ Line 20 2nd clutch
7 Line 30 3rd clutch
1A Line or A/T clutch pressure control solenoid 40 4th clutch
valve A
1B Line 50 5th clutch
3A Line 55 A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A
3B Line 55’ A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A
3C Line 56 A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B
5A Line 57 A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C
5B Line 90 Torque converter
5C Line 91 Torque converter
5D Line 92 Torque converter
5E Line or A/T clutch pressure control solenoid 93 ATF cooler
valve B
5F Line or A/T clutch pressure control solenoid 94 Torque converter
valve A or B
5G A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B 95 Lubrication
5H A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C 96 Torque converter
5J A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C 97 Torque converter
5K A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C 99 Suction
5L A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C X Drain
5N A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C HX High position drain
SA Shift solenoid valve A AX Air drain

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
N Position
The PCM controls the shift solenoid valves. The conditions of the shift solenoid valves and positions of the shift valves
are as follows:
• Shift solenoid valve A: OFF, and shift valve A stays on the right side
• Shift solenoid valve B: ON, and shift valve B moves to the left side
• Shift solenoid valve C: ON, and shift valve C moves to the left side
• Shift solenoid valve D: OFF, and shift valve D stays on the left side
• Shift solenoid valve E: OFF, and shift valve E stays on the left side
Line pressure (1) flows to the shift solenoid valves and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A. Under this
condition, hydraulic pressure is not applied to the clutches.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*01
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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D Position: 1st gear shifting from N position


Shift solenoid valves remain the same as in the N position when shifting to the D position from N. The manual valve is
moved to the D position, and switches the port of line pressure (4) leading to the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valve C. Hydraulic pressure to the 1st clutch from the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A is created as shift
solenoid valve A is OFF, B and C remain ON. A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A pressure (55) changes to 1st
clutch pressure (10) at the shift valve B, and flows to the 1st clutch. The 1st clutch is engaged by the line pressure
mode when shifting to the D position from N.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*02
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
D Position: Driving in 1st gear
The PCM turns shift solenoid valve A ON, and keeps B and C ON, and D and E OFF. Shift solenoid valve A pressure
(SA) is applied to the right side of the shift valve A. Shift valve A is moved to the left side to uncover the line pressure
port leading to the 1st clutch, and to cover the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure port.

Fluid flows to the 1st clutch by way of:


Line pressure (1) → Shift valve D−Line pressure (1A) → Shift valve A−Line pressure (1B) → Manual valve−Line
pressure (5A) → Shift valve C−Line pressure (5B) → Shift valve B−1st clutch pressure (10) → 1st clutch

The 1st clutch pressure (10) is applied to the 1st clutch, and the 1st clutch keeps on engaging with the line pressure
mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*03
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: ON
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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D Position: Shifting between 1st gear and 2nd gear


As the speed of the vehicle reaches the programmed value, the PCM turns shift solenoid valve A OFF, and keeps B and
C ON, and D and E OFF. Shift solenoid valve A pressure (SA) in the right side of shift valve A is released. Shift valve A
is moved to the right side to uncover the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure port leading to the 1st
and 2nd clutches. The PCM controls the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves to regulate hydraulic pressure. A/T
clutch pressure control solenoid valve A pressure (55) changes to 1st clutch pressure (10) at shift valve B, and A/T
clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure (56) changes to 2nd clutch pressure (20) at shift valve A. The 1st and
2nd clutches are engaged by the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*04
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
D Position: Driving in 2nd gear
The PCM turns shift solenoid valves C OFF, D ON, and keeps A and E OFF, and B ON. Shift solenoid valve C pressure
(SC) in the right side of the shift valve C is released. Shift valve C is moved to the right side to switch the ports. This
movement covers the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure ports to stop at shift valves C and A, and
uncover the line pressure port leading to the 2nd clutch.

Fluid flows to 2nd clutch by way of:


Line pressure (1) → Manual valve−Line pressure (4) → Shift valve C−Line pressure (5E) → Shift valve B−Line
pressure (5F) → Shift valve A−2nd clutch pressure (20) → 2nd clutch

The 2nd clutch pressure (20) is applied to the 2nd clutch, and the 2nd clutch keeps on engaging with line pressure
mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*05
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: ON
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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D Position: Shifting between 2nd gear and 3rd gear


As the speed of the vehicle reaches the programmed value, the PCM turns shift solenoid valves C ON, and keeps A
and E OFF, and B and D ON. Shift solenoid valve C pressure (SC) is applied to the right side of the shift valve C. Shift
valve C is moved to the left side to uncover the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure ports leading to
the 2nd and 3rd clutches. The PCM controls the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves to regulate hydraulic
pressure. A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure (56) changes to 2nd clutch pressure (20) at shift
valve A, and A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure (57) changes to 3rd clutch pressure (30) at shift
valve A. The 2nd and 3rd clutches are engaged by the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*06
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: ON
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
D Position: Driving in 3rd gear
The PCM turns shift solenoid valves B and D OFF, and keeps A and E OFF, and C ON. Shift solenoid valve B pressure
(SB) in the right side of shift valve B is released, and shift valve B is moved to the right side. Shift solenoid valve D
pressure (SD) in the left side of the shift valve D is released, and shift valve D is moved to the left side. This valve
movement switches the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure port leading to the 3rd clutch.
A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure (57) changes to (5J) at shift solenoid valve D and to (5K) at shift
valve B, and becomes 3rd clutch pressure (30) at shift valve A. The 3rd clutch pressure (30) is applied to the 3rd clutch,
and the 3rd clutch keeps on engaging with A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*07
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: OFF
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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D Position: Shifting between 3rd gear and 4th gear


As the speed of the vehicle reaches the programmed value, the PCM turns shift solenoid valves C OFF, and keeps A, B,
D, and E OFF. Shift solenoid valve C pressure (SC) in the right side of shift valve C is released. Shift valve C is moved
to the right side to uncover the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B and C pressure ports leading to the 3rd
and 4th clutches. The PCM controls the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valves to regulate hydraulic pressure. A/T
clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure (57) changes to 3rd clutch pressure (30) at shift valve A, and A/T
clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure (56) changes to 4th clutch pressure (40) at shift valve B. The 3rd and
4th clutches are engaged by the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*08
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: OFF
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
D Position: Driving in 4th gear
The PCM turns shift solenoid valve A ON, and keeps B, C, D, and E OFF. Shift solenoid valve A pressure (SA) is applied
to the right side of shift valve A. Shift valve A is moved to the left side to cover the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valve A and C pressure ports leading to the 2nd and 3rd clutches.
A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure (56) changes to (5G) at shift valve C, and becomes 4th clutch
pressure (40) at shift valve B. The 4th clutch pressure (40) is held to high by the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valve B, and the 4th clutch keeps on engaging with A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*09
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: ON
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: OFF
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

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D Position: Shifting between 4th gear and 5th gear


As the speed of the vehicle reaches the programmed value, the PCM turns shift solenoid valve D ON, and keeps A ON,
and B, C, and E OFF. Shift solenoid valve D pressure (SD) is applied to the left side of the shift valve D. Shift valve D is
moved to the right side to uncover the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure port leading to the 5th
clutch. A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure (56) changes to 4th clutch pressure (40) at shift valve B.
A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure (57) changes to (5L) at shift valve D and to (5N) at shift valve B,
and becomes 5th clutch pressure (50) at shift valve A. The 4th and 5th clutches are engaged by the A/T clutch pressure
control solenoid valve pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*10
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: ON
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: OFF
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: ON
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
D Position: Driving in 5th gear
The PCM turns shift solenoid valve C ON, and keeps A and D ON, and B and E turned OFF. Shift solenoid valve C
pressure (SC) is applied to the right side of shift valve C. Shift valve C is moved to the left side to switch the A/T clutch
pressure control solenoid valve B pressure port leading to the 4th clutch.
The 5th clutch pressure (50) is held to high by the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C, and the 5th clutch
keeps on engaging with A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve C pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*11
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: ON
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57 4’
SHIFT X 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: OFF
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: ON
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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2 Position
The PCM controls the shift solenoid valves. The conditions of the shift solenoid valves and positions of the shift valves
are as follows:
• Shift solenoid valve A: OFF, and shift valve A stays on the right side
• Shift solenoid valve B: ON, and shift valve B moves to the left side
• Shift solenoid valve C: OFF, and shift valve C stays on the right side
• Shift solenoid valve D: ON, and shift valve D moves to the right side
• Shift solenoid valve E: OFF, and shift valve E stays on the left side
Line pressure (1) changes to line pressure (4) at the manual valve, and flows to shift valve C. Line pressure (4) flows to
shift valve A via shift valve B, and becomes the 2nd clutch pressure (20). The 2nd clutch pressure (20) is applied to the
2nd clutch, and the 2nd clutch is engaged.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*12
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: ON
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
1 Position
The PCM controls the shift solenoid valves. The conditions of the shift solenoid valves and positions of the shift valves
are as follows:
• Shift solenoid valve A: ON, and shift valve A moves to the left side
• Shift solenoid valve B: ON, and shift valve B moves to the left side
• Shift solenoid valve C: ON, and shift valve C moves to the left side
• Shift solenoid valve D: OFF, and shift valve D stays on the left side
• Shift solenoid valve E: OFF, and shift valve E stays on the left side
Line pressure (1) becomes the 1st clutch pressure (10) at shift valve B.

Fluid flows to 1st clutch by way of:


Line Pressure (1) → Shift Valve D − Line Pressure (1A) → Shift Valve A − Line Pressure (1B) → Manual Valve − Line
Pressure (5A) → Shift Valve C − Line Pressure (5B) → Shift Valve B − 1st Clutch Pressure (10) → 1st Clutch

The 1st clutch pressure (10) is applied to the 1st clutch, and the 1st clutch is engaged.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*13
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: ON
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: ON
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE
E: OFF
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SHIFT VALVE SA 55
SHIFT
7 55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
VALVE A XX 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
COOLER 4’ 4’’
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
COOLER X X
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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R Position: Shifting to R position from P or N position


When shifting in the R position, the PCM turns shift solenoid valves B and E ON, and A, C, and D OFF. Shift solenoid
valve B pressure (SB) is applied to the right side of shift valve B, and shift valve B is moved to left side. Shift solenoid
valve E pressure (SE) is applied to the left side of shift valve E, and shift valve E is moved to the right side. Line
pressure (1) changes to (3) at the manual valve, and flows to the servo valve via shift valve E. The servo valve is
moved to reverse range position. Movement of shift valves B and E, and servo valve creates 4th clutch pressure line
between the 4th clutch and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A. The 4th clutch pressure (40) is applied to
the 4th clutch, and the 4th clutch is engaged by the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B pressure mode.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*14
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: ON
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Hydraulic Flow (cont’d)
R Position: Driving in reverse gear
After starting off in reverse gear, the PCM turns shift solenoid valve A ON, and keeps B and E ON, and C and D OFF.
Shift solenoid valve A pressure (SA) is applied to the right side of shift valve A to cover the A/T clutch pressure control
solenoid valve A pressure port, and to uncover the line pressure port leading to the 4th clutch creating full line
pressure. The 4th clutch is engaged with line pressure mode.

Reverse Inhibitor Control


While the vehicle is moving forward, the PCM keeps shift solenoid valve E remaining OFF. Shift valve E covers the port
of line pressure (3’) leading to the servo valve reverse position. The servo valve cannot be shifted to reverse position,
and hydraulic pressure is not applied to the 4th clutch from servo valve for reverse; as a result, power is not
transmitted to the reverse direction.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*15
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: ON
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57
SHIFT X 4’ 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: ON
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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P Position
Shift solenoid valves B and E are turned ON, and A, C, and D are turned OFF by the PCM. Line pressure (1) flows to the
shift solenoid valves and the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A. Line pressure (3) changes to (3’) at shift
valve E, and flows to the servo valve. The servo valve is moved to reverse/park position. Hydraulic pressure is not
applied to the clutches.
*16
3RD CLUTCH 3RD 1ST 2ND
1ST 4TH 5TH 5TH CLUTCH 2ND CLUTCH
TRANSMISSION CLUTCH CLUTCH ACCUMULATOR CLUTCH CLUTCH
FLUID PRESSURE ACCUMULATOR TRANSMISSION
SWITCH FLUID PRESSURE
SWITCH

TORQUE
CONVERTER
95 30 10 95 40 50 95
30 3RD 10 40 4TH 50 20 2ND 20
30 ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR
20
SHIFT
SOLENOID
VALVES
X XX 5A X X 56 5E SA
10
SERVO CONTROL A: OFF
VALVE 1
57 5H 5C 5B 5G 4 SC 57 4’
SHIFT X 4 3
91
VALVE
C B: ON
90 SB
94 SC

SHIFT C: OFF
3C X
VALVE 1
B 5L 5H 5B 3C 5G 5E 5C SB SHIFT
VALVE E
SE X 3B 3’ 3 4
D: OFF
X 5N 5K 5J 10 X 40 5F
SD
SE

E: ON
1
X 55’ 94 91 5K
LOCK-UP X 5N 55’
SHIFT VALVE 50 30 1A 55’ 5F SD 5L 5J 1A
SA SHIFT 55
55 96 92 93 SE SHIFT VALVE D
7
VALVE A X X 1B X 20 X 57 X 1 X X X AX
A
1
56

TORQUE X X AX
B
CONVERTER MANUAL VALVE 1B 5A 3 7 1 4
CHECK 4’’
90 96 55 97 AX
VALVE 90 90 57
HX X 3A
AX
HX X X AX
C
X 93 X 93 92 IDLER
X X SHAFT
4
LOCK-UP IDLER GEAR
COOLER 4’ 4’’
A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT CONTROL SOLENOID VALVES
VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT X 3B 3A
93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR 3’
SECONDARY
SHAFT
RELIEF VALVE 95 7
92 95
SERVO VALVE
ATF
X X
COOLER
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE
99

ATF PUMP

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Lock-up System
The lock-up mechanism of the torque converter clutch operates in D position (2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th), and in D position
D3 driving mode (2nd and 3rd). The pressurized fluid is drained from the back of the torque converter through a fluid
passage, causing the torque converter clutch piston to be held against the torque converter cover. As this takes place,
the mainshaft rotates at the same speed as the engine crankshaft. Together with the hydraulic control, the PCM
optimizes the timing and amount of the lock-up mechanism. When the shift solenoid valve E is turned on by the PCM,
shift solenoid valve E pressure switches the lock-up shift valve lock-up on and off. A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
valve A and the lock-up control valve control the amount of the lock-up.

Torque Converter Clutch Lock-up ON (Engaging Torque Converter Clutch)


Fluid in the chamber between the torque converter cover and the torque converter clutch piston is drained off, and
fluid entering from the chamber between the pump and stator exerts pressure through the torque converter clutch
piston against the torque converter cover. The torque converter clutch piston engages with the torque converter cover;
the torque converter clutch lock-up is ON, and the mainshaft rotates at the same speed as the engine.
*01
Power flow TORQUE CONVERTER
CLUTCH PISTON
DAMPER SPRING
The power flows by way of:
TURBINE
Engine

Drive plate
↓ TORQUE To ATF cooler
Torque converter cover CONVERTER INLET OUTLET
↓ COVER
Torque converter clutch piston

Damper spring

Turbine

Mainshaft
MAINSHAFT

Torque Converter Clutch Lock-up OFF (Disengaging Torque Converter Clutch)


Fluid entered from the chamber between the torque converter cover and the torque converter clutch piston passes
through the torque converter and goes out through the chambers between the turbine and the stator, and between the
pump and the stator. As a result, the torque converter clutch piston moves away from the torque converter cover, and
the torque converter lock-up clutch is released; torque converter clutch lock-up is OFF.
*02
Power flow TURBINE
PUMP
The power flows by way of:
STATOR
Engine

Drive plate TORQUE To ATF cooler
↓ CONVERTER
Torque converter cover COVER INLET

Pump

Turbine

Mainshaft

MAINSHAFT

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No Lock-up
Shift solenoid valve E is turned OFF by the PCM, and shift solenoid valve E pressure (SE) is not applied to the lock-up
shift valve. The lock-up shift valve stays to the right to uncover the torque converter pressure ports leading to the left
side of the torque converter and releasing pressure from the right side of the torque converter. Torque converter
pressure (92) changes to (94) at the lock-up shift valve, and enters into the left side of the torque converter to
disengage the torque converter clutch. This keeps the torque converter clutch piston keeps away from the torque
converter cover and the torque converter clutch is not engaged; this is the no lock-up condition.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*03

TORQUE
CONVERTER

SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE E


SE

OFF

1 X

A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE A

55
91
X X AX
90 1
94

SHIFT VALVE A and D


X 55’ 94 91
LOCK-UP
SHIFT VALVE
7 55 96 92 93 SE

MANUAL VALVE

TORQUE
CONVERTER
CHECK VALVE AX
90 90 96 55 97
HX
AX

HX
93 90 X 93 92
X X IDLER SHAFT
X
IDLER GEAR
COOLER LOCK-UP
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT

VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT


93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR
SECONDARY
RELIEF VALVE SHAFT
95 7

92 95
ATF X
COOLER X
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE

99

ATF PUMP

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Lock-up System (cont’d)
Partial Lock-up
As the speed of the vehicle reaches the prescribed value, shift solenoid valve E is turned ON by the PCM, and shift
solenoid valve E pressure (SE) is applied to the right side of the lock-up shift valve. The lock-up shift valve is moved to
the left side to switch the torque converter pressure (91) port, which goes to the right side of the torque converter, and
the port of torque converter pressure (94) is released from the left side of the torque converter. Torque converter
pressure (91) flows to the right side of the torque converter to engage the torque converter clutch. The PCM also
controls the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A, and A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A pressure
(55) is applied to the lock-up shift valve and lock-up control valve. The position of the lock-up control valve depends on
A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A pressure (55) and torque converter pressure released from the torque
converter. Under this condition, the torque converter clutch is engaged by pressure entering into the front side of the
torque converter; this condition is partial lock-up.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*04

TORQUE
CONVERTER

SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE E


SE
ON

1 X

A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE A

55
91
X X AX
90 1
94

SHIFT VALVE A and D


X 55’ 94 91
LOCK-UP
SHIFT VALVE
7 55 96 92 93 SE

MANUAL VALVE

TORQUE
CONVERTER
CHECK VALVE AX
90 90 96 55 97
HX
AX

HX
93 90 X 93 92
X X IDLER SHAFT
X
IDLER GEAR
COOLER LOCK-UP
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT

VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT


93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR
SECONDARY
RELIEF VALVE SHAFT

95 7
92 95
ATF X
COOLER X
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE

99

ATF PUMP

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Full Lock-up
When the vehicle speed increases, the PCM sends a signal to A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A to increase
A/T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A pressure (55), and the lock-up control valve is moved to the left side by
the increased pressure. Then converter pressure (94) from the left side of the torque converter is completely released
at the lock-up control valve, and torque converter pressure (91) engages the torque converter clutch securely. The
torque converter clutch is fully engaged; this condition is full lock-up.

NOTE: When used, ‘‘left’’ or ‘‘right’’ indicates direction on the hydraulic circuit.
*05

TORQUE
CONVERTER

SHIFT SOLENOID VALVE E


SE
ON

1 X

A/T CLUTCH PRESSURE CONTROL SOLENOID VALVE A

55
91
X X AX
90 1
94

SHIFT VALVE A and D


X 55’ 94 91
LOCK-UP
SHIFT VALVE
7 55 96 92 93 SE

MANUAL VALVE

TORQUE
CONVERTER
CHECK VALVE AX
90 90 96 55 97
HX
AX

HX
93 90 X 93 92
X X IDLER SHAFT
X
IDLER GEAR
COOLER LOCK-UP
CHECK CONTROL MAINSHAFT

VALVE VALVE COUNTERSHAFT


93 FINAL DRIVE
GEAR
SECONDARY
RELIEF VALVE SHAFT

95 7
92 95
ATF X
COOLER X
REGULATOR 1 1
VALVE

99

ATF PUMP

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Circuit Diagram - PCM A/T Control System K24Z1 Engine Model
*01

UNDER−HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX UNDER−DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX


BATTERY
No. 1 (100 A) No. 2 (IG) (50 A) BAT IG1 No. 2 (15 A)

No. 10 (7.5 A)
IGNITION SWITCH
No. 12 (15 A)

GAUGE CONTROL MODULE

B36
YEL

P
POWERTRAIN CONTROL
R MODULE (PCM)
A/T GEAR To 12 V
POSITION
N INDICATOR
CAN A/T GEAR DIMMING To 5 V
CONTROLLER POSITION CIRCUIT IG1 C36
INDICATOR D BLK/RED LT BLU
DRIVER
CIRCUIT 2
A36 CAN H
1
WHT
D3 SCS A31 DATA LINK
DIMMING BRN BRN CONNECTOR
CIRCUIT A37 CAN L (DLC)
WHT
B34 RED

F−CAN
TRANSCEIVER RED
B33
ATP RVS B22
RED/WHT
SG B15 ATP FWD B28
BLU/YEL
PG B19 ATP 1 B15
RED
BLK BLK ATP 2 B16
GRN/RED
ATP D B21
YEL/GRN
ATP N STARTER
SHIFT LOCK B12 CUT
RED/BLK
SOLENOID ATP R B14 RELAY
1
RED YEL G501 ATP P B13
G502
A27 SLS WHT
2
BLK RED RED
BLU/BLK BLU/WHT BLK

5 4 9 3 8 2 6 10 7 1

D3 SWITCH
A41 D3 SW WHT PNK BRN WHT/RED BLK
5
WHT BLU BLU BLK/BLU RED/BLK BLU YEL/RED BLU/WHT
6 7 2 8 3 9 5 1 4 10 G101
6
WHT BLK FWD RVS ST E
N D
R 2
BRAKE PEDAL
POSITION SWITCH G503 P 1
A40 BK SW
WHT LT GRN LT GRN

MULTIPLEX INTEGRATED
CONTROL UNIT (MICU)
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH

PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

4 5 6 8 9 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
(10) 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 (22) 23
(26) 27 28 29 31 33 34 35 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 27 29 30 31 32

36 37 (39) 40 41 42 44 36 41 42 43 44 36 39 40 41 42 43 44

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)


Terminal side of female terminals

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*02

POWERTRAIN CONTROL
B36 PG1 MODULE (PCM) To 12 V
BLK

B1 PG2 LS A B44 1
BLK RED/BLK A/T CLUTCH
PRESSURE
CONTROL
C40 LG1 SOLENOID
BRN/YEL 2
BLK VALVE A
C44 LG2
BRN/YEL
LS B B35 1
BRN A/T CLUTCH
PRESSURE
CONTROL
2 SOLENOID
G101 BLK VALVE B

To 5 V
LS C B25 1 A/T CLUTCH
BLU/YEL
PRESSURE
1 C13 VCC1 CONTROL
YEL/RED SOLENOID
2
BLK VALVE C
OUTPUT SHAFT 2 C43 NC
(COUNTERSHAFT) BLK/WHT
SPEED SENSOR
3 C14 SG1 2ND CLUTCH TRANSMISSION
GRN/WHT FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH

OP2SW B8 G101
BLU/RED
1
YEL/RED
MANIFOLD 3RD CLUTCH TRANSMISSION
ABSOLUTE 2 C11 MAP FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH
GRN/RED
PRESSURE
SENSOR 3 OP3SW B9
GRN/WHT BLU/WHT

1 B18 VCC2 SHIFT SOLENOID


YEL/BLU VALVE A

INPUT SHAFT 2 B17 NM SH A B10 5


(MAINSHAFT) WHT/RED BLU/BLK BLU
SPEED SENSOR
3 B33 SG2
GRN/BLK SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE B

SH B B11 2
3 GRN/WHT ORN
YEL/BLU
1 B29 EGRP
WHT/BLK SHIFT SOLENOID
EGR VALVE VALVE C
POSITION 2
GRN/BLK
SENSOR SH C B20 1
4 B2 EGR GRN GRN
BLU/RED
6
BLK SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE D

SH D B26 8
GRN/RED YEL

G101
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE E

SH E B24 3
YEL RED

ATF TEMPERATURE
SENSOR

ATFT B27 6
RED/YEL WHT

7
GRN/BLK WHT

PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

4 5 6 8 9 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
(10) 14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 (22) 23
(26) 27 28 29 31 33 34 35 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 27 29 30 31 32

36 37 (39) 40 41 42 44 36 41 42 43 44 36 39 40 41 42 43 44

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)


Terminal side of female terminals

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Automatic Transmission

System Description (cont’d)


Circuit Diagram - PCM A/T Control System R20A1 and R20A2 Engine Models
*01
UNDER−HOOD FUSE/RELAY BOX UNDER−DASH FUSE/RELAY BOX
BATTERY
No. 1 (100 A) No. 2 (IG) (50 A) BAT IG1 No. 2 (15 A)

No. 10 (7.5 A)
IGNITION SWITCH
No. 12 (15 A)

GAUGE CONTROL MODULE

B36
YEL

P
POWERTRAIN CONTROL
R MODULE (PCM)
A/T GEAR To 12 V
POSITION
N INDICATOR
CAN A/T GEAR DIMMING To 5 V
CONTROLLER POSITION CIRCUIT IG1 C36
INDICATOR D BLK/YEL LT BLU
DRIVER
CIRCUIT 2
A36 CAN H
1
WHT
D3 SCS A31 DATA LINK
DIMMING BRN BRN CONNECTOR
CIRCUIT A37 CAN L (DLC)
WHT
B34 RED

F−CAN
TRANSCEIVER RED
B33
ATP RVS B22
YEL
SG B15 ATP FWD B28
BLU/YEL
PG B19 ATP 1 B15
BRN
BLK BLK ATP 2 B16
RED
ATP D B21
YEL/GRN
ATP N B12 STARTER
SHIFT LOCK RED/BLK CUT
SOLENOID ATP R B14 RELAY
1
RED YEL G501 ATP P B13
G502
A27 SLS WHT/GRN
2
BLK RED RED
BLU/BLK BLU/WHT BLK

5 4 9 3 8 2 6 10 7 1

D3 SWITCH
A41 D3 SW WHT PNK BRN WHT/RED BLK
5
WHT BLU BLU BLK/BLU RED/BLK BLU YEL/RED BLU/WHT
6 7 2 8 3 9 5 1 4 10 G101
6
WHT BLK FWD RVS ST E
N D
R 2
BRAKE PEDAL
POSITION SWITCH G503 P 1
A40 BK SW
WHT LT GRN LT GRN

MULTIPLEX INTEGRATED
CONTROL UNIT (MICU)
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH

PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

4 5 6 8 9 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

20 21 23 24 25 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 22

27 28 29 31 33 34 35 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 27 29 30 31 32

36 37 (39) 40 41 42 44 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 36 (37) 39 40 42 43 44

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)


Terminal side of female terminals

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*02

POWERTRAIN CONTROL
MODULE (PCM)
B36 PG1 To 12 V
BLK

B1 PG2 LS A B44 1
BLK WHT A/T CLUTCH
PRESSURE
CONTROL
C40 LG1 SOLENOID
BRN/YEL 2
BLK VALVE A
C44 LG2
BRN/YEL
LS B B35 1
BRN/WHT A/T CLUTCH
PRESSURE
To 5 V CONTROL
2 SOLENOID
G101 BLK VALVE B
1 C13 VCC1
YEL/RED

OUTPUT SHAFT LS C B25 1 A/T CLUTCH


2 C43 NC BLU/WHT
(COUNTERSHAFT) BLK/BLU PRESSURE
SPEED SENSOR CONTROL
3 C14 SG1 2 SOLENOID
GRN/WHT BLK VALVE C

1 2ND CLUTCH TRANSMISSION


YEL/RED FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH
MANIFOLD
ABSOLUTE 2 C11 MAP G101
GRN/RED OP2SW B8
PRESSURE BLU/YEL
SENSOR 3
GRN/WHT
3RD CLUTCH TRANSMISSION
FLUID PRESSURE SWITCH

1 B18 VCC2 OP3SW B9


YEL/BLU BLK/RED

INPUT SHAFT 2 B17 NM


(MAINSHAFT) WHT/RED
SPEED SENSOR SHIFT SOLENOID
3 B33 SG2 VALVE A
GRN/YEL
SH A B10 5
BLU BLU

1
YEL/BLU SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE B
2 C22 POIL CS
EOP SENSOR WHT/BLK SH B B11 2
GRN/WHT ORN
3
GRN/YEL
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE C
1
YEL/BLU SH C B20 1
GRN GRN
3 B39 SV M
WHT
2 SHIFT SOLENOID
IMT VALVE GRN/YEL VALVE D
4 B37 SVS+
BRN SH D B26 8
GRN/RED YEL
5 B38 SVS−
WHT/BLK
SHIFT SOLENOID
VALVE E
3
YEL/BLU SH E B24 3
YEL RED
1 B29 EGRP
WHT/BLK
EGR VALVE
POSITION 2 ATF TEMPERATURE
GRN/YEL SENSOR
SENSOR
4 B2 EGR
BLU/RED ATFT B27 6
BRN/RED WHT
6
BLK
7
GRN/YEL WHT

G101 PCM Harness Connector Terminal Locations

4 5 6 8 9 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

14 15 16 17 18 19 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

20 21 23 24 25 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 21 22

27 28 29 31 33 34 35 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 27 29 30 31 32

36 37 (39) 40 41 42 44 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 36 (37) 39 40 42 43 44

A (44P) B (44P) C (44P)


Terminal side of female terminals

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting
DTC P0107: Manifold Absolute Pressure 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0107 in the DTCs/
(MAP) Sensor Circuit Low Voltage Input Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
2. Turn the ignition switch OFF, then turn it ON (II) 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 7,
again. go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.

3. Check whether DTC P0107 is indicated in the DTCs/ NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
Freeze Data in PGM-FI Mode Menu with the HDS. connections and loose terminals at the MAP sensor
and the PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a
Is DT C P0107 indicated in the PGM-F I system? known-good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If
the PCM was substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS
YES−Troubleshoot for DTC P0107 in the PGM-FI indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a
System; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models result comes on.
(see page 11-77), K24Z1 engine model (see page
11-459).

NO−Go to step 4.

4. Check whether DTC P0107 is indicated in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0107 indicated?

YES−Go to step 5.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time.

5. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10).

6. Turn the ignition switch OFF, then turn it ON (II).

7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0107 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the MAP sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1.

NO−If DTC P0107 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

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DTC P0108: Manifold Absolute Pressure 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0108 in the DTCs/
(MAP) Sensor Circuit High Voltage Input Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
2. Turn the ignition switch OFF, then turn it ON (II) 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 7,
again. go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.

3. Check whether DTC P0108 is indicated in the DTCs/ NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
Freeze Data in PGM-FI Mode Menu with the HDS. connections and loose terminals at the MAP sensor
and the PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a
Is DT C P0108 indicated in the PGM-F I system? known-good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If
the PCM was substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS
YES−Troubleshoot for DTC P0108 in the PGM-FI indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a
System; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models result comes on.
(see page 11-79), K24Z1 engine model (see page
11-461).

NO−Go to step 4.

4. Check whether DTC P0108 is indicated in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0108 indicated?

YES−Go to step 5.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time.

5. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10).

6. Turn the ignition switch OFF, then turn it ON (II).

7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0108 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the MAP sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1.

NO−If DTC P0108 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0335: Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0335 in the DTCs/
A No Signal Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
2. Start the engine. 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 7,
go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.
3. Check whether DTC P0335 is indicated in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in PGM-FI Mode Menu with the HDS. NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the CKP sensor
Is DT C P0335 indicated in the PGM-F I system? and the PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a
known-good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If
YES−Troubleshoot for DTC P0335 in the PGM-FI the PCM was substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS
System; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a
(see page 11-121), K24Z1 engine model (see page result comes on.
11-513).

NO−Go to step 4.

4. Check whether DTC P0335 is indicated in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0335 indicated?

YES−Go to step 5.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time.

5. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10).

6. Start the engine.

7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0335 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the CKP sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1.

NO−If DTC P0335 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

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DTC P0339: Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0339 in the DTCs/
A Intermittent Interruption Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
2. Start the engine, and run it idle for 10 seconds. 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 7,
go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.
3. Check whether DTC P0339 is indicated in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in PGM-FI Mode Menu with the HDS. NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the CKP sensor
Is DT C P0339 indicated in the PGM-F I system? and the PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a
known-good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If
YES−Troubleshoot for DTC P0339 in the PGM-FI the PCM was substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS
System; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a
(see page 11-124), K24Z1 engine model (see page result comes on.
11-516).

NO−Go to step 4.

4. Check whether DTC P0339 is indicated in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0339 indicated?

YES−Go to step 5.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time.

5. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10).

6. Start the engine, and run it idle for 10 seconds.

7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0339 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the CKP sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1.

NO−If DTC P0339 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0365: Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0365 in the DTCs/
B No Signal Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
2. Start the engine. 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 7,
go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.
3. Check whether DTC P0365 is indicated in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in PGM-FI Mode Menu with the HDS. NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the CMP sensor
Is DT C P0365 indicated in the PGM-F I system? and the PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a
known-good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If
YES−Troubleshoot for DTC P0365 in the PGM-FI the PCM was substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS
System; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a
(see page 11-129), K24Z1 engine model (see page result comes on.
11-517).

NO−Go to step 4.

4. Check whether DTC P0365 is indicated in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0365 indicated?

YES−Go to step 5.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time.

5. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10).

6. Start the engine.

7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0365 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the CMP sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1.

NO−If DTC P0365 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

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DTC P0369: Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0369 in the DTCs/
B Intermittent Interruption Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
2. Start the engine, and run it idle for 10 seconds. 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 7,
go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.
3. Check whether DTC P0369 is indicated in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in PGM-FI Mode Menu with the HDS. NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the CMP sensor
Is DT C P0369 indicated in the PGM-F I system? and the PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a
known-good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If
YES−Troubleshoot for DTC P0369 in the PGM-FI the PCM was substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS
System; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep idling until a
(see page 11-132), K24Z1 engine model (see page result comes on.
11-520).

NO−Go to step 4.

4. Check whether DTC P0369 is indicated in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0369 indicated?

YES−Go to step 5.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time.

5. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest


software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10).

6. Start the engine, and run it idle for 10 seconds.

7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P0369 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the CMP sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1.

NO−If DTC P0369 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0705: Short in Transmission Range 7. Measure voltage between transmission range
Switch Circuit (Multiple Shift-position Input) switch connector terminals No. 6 and No. 10.
*01
NOTE: TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR
• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5).
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the
transmission.
ATP P (BLK/BLU) GND (BLK)
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

2. Start the engine.


Wire side of female terminals
3. With the brake pedal pressed, move the shift lever
through all positions. Stop for at least 1 second in
each position, and monitor the OBD STATUS for Is there battery voltage?
P0705 in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu
for a pass/fail. YES−Go to step 13.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? NO−Go to step 8.

YES−Go to step 4. 8. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this 9. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.
time. Check for an intermittent short in the wire
between the transmission range switch and the 10. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
to step 2 and recheck. 11. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B13 and body ground.
4. Turn the ignition switch OFF. *02
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
5. Inspect the transmission range switch (see page ATP P (BLU/BLK)
14-329).

Is the switch OK ?

YES−With the switch connector disconnected, go


to step 6.

NO−Replace the transmission range switch


(see page 14-331), then go to step 53.

6. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


connector terminal B13 and the transmission range
switch, then go to step 53.

NO−Go to step 12.

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12. Check for continuity between transmission range 14. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
switch connector terminal No. 10 and body ground.
*03 15. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR
16. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).

17. Check for continuity between PCM connector


terminal B14 and body ground.
*05
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
GND (BLK)
ATP R (WHT) (K24Z1 engine model)
ATP R (WHT/GRN)
(R20A1 and R20A2 engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 48.

NO−Repair open in the wire between transmission


range switch connector terminal No. 10 and ground
(G101), or repair poor ground (G101), then go to Terminal side of female terminals
step 53.
Is there continuity?
13. Measure voltage between transmission range
switch connector terminals No. 7 and No. 10. YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM
*04 connector terminal B14 and the transmission range
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR switch, then go to step 53.

NO−Go to step 48.

ATP R (WHT) GND (BLK)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there battery voltage?

YES−Go to step 18.

NO−Go to step 14.

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


18. Measure voltage between transmission range 23. Measure voltage between transmission range
switch connector terminals No. 2 and No. 10. switch connector terminals No. 8 and No. 10.
*06 *08
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR

ATP N (RED/BLK)

ATP D (PNK) GND (BLK)


GND (BLK)

Wire side of female terminals Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ? Is there battery voltage?

YES−Go to step 23. YES−Go to step 28.

NO−Go to step 19. NO−Go to step 24.

19. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 24. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

20. Jump the SCS line with the HDS. 25. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

21. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). 26. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).

22. Check for continuity between PCM connector 27. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B12 and body ground. terminal B21 and body ground.
*07 *09
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
ATP N (RED/BLK)

ATP D (YEL/GRN)

Terminal side of female terminals Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity? Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM
connector terminal B12 and the transmission range connector terminal B21 and the transmission range
switch, then go to step 53. switch, then go to step 53.

NO−Go to step 48. NO−Go to step 48.

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28. Measure voltage between transmission range 33. Measure voltage between transmission range
switch connector terminals No. 3 and No. 10. switch connector terminals No. 9 and No. 10.
*10 *12
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR

ATP 2 (BLU)

ATP 1 (BRN) GND (BLK)

GND (BLK)

Wire side of female terminals


Wire side of female terminals

Is there battery voltage?


Is there battery voltage?
YES−Go to step 38.
YES−Go to step 33.
NO−Go to step 34.
NO−Go to step 29.
34. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
29. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
35. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.
30. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.
36. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
31. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
37. Check for continuity between PCM connector
32. Check for continuity between PCM connector terminal B15 and body ground.
terminal B16 and body ground. *13
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
*11
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
ATP 1 (RED) (K24Z1 engine model)
ATP 2 (GRN/RED) (K24Z1 engine model) ATP 2 (BRN)
ATP 2 (RED) (R20A1 and R20A2 engine models)
(R20A1 and R20A2 engine models)

Terminal side of female terminals


Terminal side of female terminals
Is there continuity?
Is there continuity?
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM connector terminal B15 and the transmission range
connector terminal B16 and the transmission range switch, then go to step 53.
switch, then go to step 53.
NO−Go to step 48.
NO−Go to step 48.
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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


38. Measure voltage between transmission range 43. Measure voltage between transmission range
switch connector terminals No. 5 and No. 10. switch connector terminals No. 1 and No. 10.
*14 *16
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR

ATP FWD (YEL/RED) ATP RVS (WHT/RED)

GND (BLK) GND (BLK)

Wire side of female terminals Wire side of female terminals

Is there battery voltage? Is there battery voltage?

YES−Go to step 43. YES−Go to step 48.

NO−Go to step 39. NO−Go to step 44.

39. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 44. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

40. Jump the SCS line with the HDS. 45. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

41. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). 46. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).

42. Check for continuity between PCM connector 47. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B28 and body ground. terminal B22 and body ground.
*15 *17
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)

ATP FWD (BLU/YEL) ATP RVS (RED/WHT)


(K24Z1 engine model)
ATP RVS (YEL)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Terminal side of female terminals Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity? Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM
connector terminal B28 and the transmission range connector terminal B22 and the transmission range
switch, then go to step 53. switch, then go to step 53.

NO−Go to step 48. NO−Go to step 48.

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48. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 53. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 54. Start the engine.

49. Start the engine. 55. With the brake pedal pressed, move the shift lever
through all position. Stop for at least 1 second in
50. With the brake pedal pressed, move the shift lever each position.
through all position. Stop for at least 1 second in
each position. 56. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
51. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 05 indicated?

Is DT C P07 05 indicated? YES−Replace the transmission range switch


(see page 14-331), then return to step 53 and
YES−Check for poor connections and loose recheck.
terminals at the transmission range switch and the
PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- NO−If DTC P0705 is not indicated, or if any other
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the DTCs are indicated, go to step 57.
PCM was substituted, go to step 1.
57. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0705 in the DTCs/
NO−If DTC P0705 is not indicated, or if any other Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
DTCs are indicated, go to step 52.
Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
52. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0705 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other
DTCs were indicated on step 56, go to the indicated
Does the HDS indicate PASSED? DTC’s troubleshooting.

YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the connections and loose terminals at the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models transmission range switch and the PCM, then go to
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step return to the step 54 and recheck.
51, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor


connections and loose terminals at the
transmission range switch and the PCM. If the PCM
was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0706: Open in Transmission Range 7. Install the transmission range switch correctly, and
Switch Circuit adjust the shift cable (see page 14-321).

NOTE: 8. Clear the DTC with the HDS.


• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General 9. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the until the vehicle speed reaches 50 km/h (31 mph),
transmission. then slow down and stop the wheels.

1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. 10. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0706 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
2. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it
is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to Does the HDS indicate F AILED?
rotate freely.
2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make YES−Go to step 11.
sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle. NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
3. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model at the transmission range switch and the PCM. If
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position 9 and recheck.
until the vehicle speed reaches 50 km/h (31 mph),
then slow down and stop the wheels. 11. Shift to the D position, and verify the ATP FWD and
ATP D inputs with the HDS in the A/T data list.
4. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0706 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Is AT P F W D and AT P D ON?

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? YES−Go to step 12.

YES−Go to step 5. NO−Go to step 17.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this 12. Shift to the 2 position, and verify the ATF FWD and
time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals ATP 2 inputs with the HDS in the A/T data list.
at the transmission range switch and the PCM. If
the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step Is AT P F W D and AT P 2 ON?
3 and recheck.
YES−Go to step 13.
5. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
NO−Go to step 17.
6. Inspect the transmission range switch (see page
14-329). 13. Shift to the 1 position, and verify the ATF FWD and
ATP 1 inputs with the HDS in the A/T data list.
Is the switch OK ?
Is AT P F W D and AT P 1 ON?
YES−Go to step 7.
YES−Go to step 14.
NO−Replace the transmission range switch
(see page 14-331), then go to step 31. NO−Go to step 17.

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14. Clear the DTC with the HDS. 17. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

15. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model 18. Disconnect the transmission range switch
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF connector.
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position
until the vehicle speed reaches 50 km/h (31 mph), 19. Check for continuity between transmission range
then slow down and stop the wheels. switch connector terminal No. 10 and body ground.
*01
16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0706 in the DTCs/ TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Go to step 17.


GND (BLK)
NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
at the transmission range switch and the PCM. If
the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step
15 and recheck. Wire side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 20.

NO−Repair open in the wire between the


transmission range switch and ground (G101), or
repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 31.

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


20. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). 23. Measure voltage between transmission range
switch connector terminals No. 3 and No. 10.
21. Measure voltage between transmission range *04
switch connector terminals No. 5 and No. 10. TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR
*02
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR
ATP 2 (BLU)

ATP FWD (YEL/RED)

GND (BLK)

GND (BLK)
Wire side of female terminals

Wire side of female terminals


Is there voltage?

Is there voltage? YES−Go to step 24.

YES−Go to step 22. NO−Repair open in the wire between the


transmission range switch and PCM connector
NO−Repair open in the wire between the terminal B16, then go to step 31.
transmission range switch and PCM connector
terminal B28, then go to step 31. 24. Measure voltage between transmission range
switch connector terminals No. 9 and No. 10.
22. Measure voltage between transmission range *05
switch connector terminals No. 8 and No. 10. TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR
*03
TRANSMISSION RANGE SWITCH CONNECTOR

ATP 1 (BRN) GND (BLK)

ATP D (PNK) GND (BLK)

Wire side of female terminals

Wire side of female terminals


Is there voltage?

Is there voltage? YES−Go to step 25.

YES−Go to step 23. NO−Repair open in the wire between the


transmission range switch and PCM connector
NO−Repair open in the wire between the terminal B15, then go to step 31.
transmission range switch and PCM connector
terminal B21, then go to step 31.

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25. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 31. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 32. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

26. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 33. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it
is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to
27. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it rotate freely.
is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to 2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make
rotate freely. sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle.
sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle. 34. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
28. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF until the vehicle speed reaches 50 km/h (31 mph),
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position then slow down and stop the wheels.
until the vehicle speed reaches 50 km/h (31 mph),
then slow down and stop the wheels. 35. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
29. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 06 indicated?

Is DT C P07 06 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the transmission range switch and the
YES−Check for poor connections and loose PCM, then go to step 1.
terminals at the transmission range switch and the
PCM. If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- NO−If DTC P0706 is not indicated, or if any other
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the DTCs are indicated, go to step 36.
PCM was substituted, go to step 1.
36. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0706 in the DTCs/
NO−If DTC P0706 is not indicated, or if any other Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
DTCs are indicated, go to step 30.
Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
30. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0706 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other
DTCs were indicated on step 35, go to the indicated
Does the HDS indicate PASSED? DTC’s troubleshooting.

YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the connections and loose terminals at the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models transmission range switch and the PCM, then go to
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step return to step 34 and recheck.
29, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor


connections and loose terminals at the
transmission range switch and the PCM. If the PCM
was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0711: Problem in ATF Temperature 4. Check the ATF TEMP SENSOR with the HDS.
Sensor Circuit
Does the AT F temperature read about the same as
NOTE: the ECT SENSOR?
• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General YES−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem at the ATF temperature sensor and the PCM.
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the
transmission. NO−Replace the ATF temperature sensor
(see page 14-248), then go to step 5.
1. Check the ATF temperature with the HDS in the A/T
data list. 5. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

Does the AT F temperature exceed the ambient-air 6. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
temperature? position through all five gears.

YES−Record the ATF temperature. Leave the 7. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
engine off for more than 30 minutes, and go to step Mode Menu with the HDS.
2.
Is DT C P07 11 indicated?
NO−Record the ATF temperature. Test the stall
speed RPM (see page 14-225) three times. Go to YES−Check for poor connections and loose
step 2 after stall speed testing. terminals at the ATF temperature sensor and the
PCM, then go to step 1.
2. Check the ATF temperature with the HDS.
NO−If DTC P0711 is not indicated, or if any other
Does the AT F temperature change? DTCs are indicated, go to step 8.

YES−Leave the engine off for more than 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0711 in the DTCs/
30 minutes, and go to step 3. Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

NO−Replace the ATF temperature sensor Does the HDS indicate PASSED?
(see page 14-248), then go to step 5.
YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other
3. Check the ECT SENSOR with the HDS. DTCs were indicated on step 7, go to the indicated
DTC’s troubleshooting.
Is the ECT SENSOR equal to the ambient-air
temperature? NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the ATF
YES−Go to step 4. temperature sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to
NO−Leave the engine off until the ECT SENSOR step 6 and recheck.
reads the same as ambient-air temperature, then
go to step 4.

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DTC P0712: Short in ATF Temperature Sensor 7. Check for continuity between shift solenoid
Circuit harness connector terminal No. 6 and body ground.
*01
NOTE: SHIFT SOLENOID HARNESS CONNECTOR
• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5).
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the
transmission. ATFT (RED/YEL)
(K24Z1 engine model)
1. Check the ATF temperature sensor voltage with the ATFT (BRN/RED)
(R20A1 and R20A2
HDS in the A/T data list. engine models)

Is the AT F T EMP SENSOR voltage 0.07 V or Wire side of female terminals


less?

YES−Go to step 2. Is there continuity?

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM
time. Check for an intermittent short in the ATFT connector terminal B27 and shift solenoid harness
wire between the ATF temperature sensor and the connector terminal No. 6, then go to step 13.
PCM.
NO−Go to step 8.
2. Disconnect the shift solenoid harness connector at
the shift solenoid valve cover. 8. Check for continuity between shift solenoid
harness connector terminal No. 6 and body ground.
3. Check the ATF TEMP SENSOR voltage with the *02
HDS. SHIFT SOLENOID HARNESS CONNECTOR

Is the AT F T EMP SENSOR voltage 0.07 V or


less?

YES−Go to step 4.
ATFT (WHT)
NO−Replace the ATF temperature sensor
(see page 14-248), then go to step 13.

4. Turn the ignition switch OFF.


Terminal side of male terminals
5. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

6. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). Is there continuity?

YES−Replace the ATF temperature sensor-shift


solenoid harness and connector (see page 14-248),
then go to step 13.

NO−Go to step 9.

(cont’d)

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


9. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 13. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 14. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
position through all five gears.
10. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
position through all five gears. 15. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
11. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 12 indicated?

Is DT C P07 12 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the ATF temperature sensor and the
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0712 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 16.
NO−If DTC P0712 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 12. 16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0712 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
12. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0712 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 15, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, go to step 1. If
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step 14 and recheck.
11, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor


connections and loose terminals at the ATF
temperature sensor and the PCM. If the PCM was
updated, substitute a known-good PCM (see page
14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was substituted, go
to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC P0713: Open in ATF Temperature Sensor 6. Measure voltage between shift solenoid harness
Circuit connector terminals No. 6 and No. 7.
*02
NOTE: SHIFT SOLENOID HARNESS CONNECTOR
• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5).
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the
transmission. ATFT (RED/YEL) SG2 (GRN/BLK)
(K24Z1 engine model) (K24Z1 engine model)
1. Check the ATF TEMP SENSOR voltage with the ATFT (BRN/RED) SG2 (GRN/YEL)
(R20A1 and R20A2 (R20A1 and R20A2
HDS in the A/T data list. engine models) engine models)

Does the AT F T EMP SENSOR voltage exceed Wire side of female terminals
4.93 V ?

YES−Go to step 2. Is there about 5 V ?

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this YES−Replace the ATF temperature sensor-shift
time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals solenoid harness and connector (see page 14-248),
at the ATF temperature sensor and the PCM. then go to step 16.

2. Turn the ignition switch OFF. NO−Repair open in SG2 wire between PCM
connector terminal B33 and the shift solenoid
3. Disconnect the shift solenoid harness connector at harness connector, then go to step 16.
the shift solenoid valve cover.

4. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

5. Measure voltage between shift solenoid harness


connector terminal No. 6 and body ground.
*01
SHIFT SOLENOID HARNESS CONNECTOR

ATFT (RED/YEL)
(K24Z1 engine model)
ATFT (BRN/RED)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?

YES−Go to step 6.

NO−Go to step 7.

(cont’d)

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


7. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 11. Connect the shift solenoid harness connector.

8. Jump the SCS line with the HDS. 12. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
9. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). good PCM (see page 14-10).

10. Check for continuity between PCM connector 13. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
terminal B27 and shift solenoid harness connector position through all five gears.
terminal No. 6.
*03 14. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
SHIFT SOLENOID PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
HARNESS CONNECTOR Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P07 13 indicated?

YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known-


good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1.
ATFT (RED/YEL)
(K24Z1 engine model) NO−If DTC P0713 is not indicated, or if any other
ATFT (RED/YEL) ATFT (BRN/RED)
(R20A1 and R20A2 DTCs are indicated, go to step 15.
(K24Z1 engine model)
ATFT (BRN/RED) engine models)
(R20A1 and R20A2 15. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0713 in the DTCs/
engine models) Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
Wire side of Terminal side of
female terminals female terminals Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Is there continuity? YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is


complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
YES−Go to step 11. original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM 11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step
connector terminal B27 and the shift solenoid 14, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting.
harness connector, then go to step 16.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the shift
solenoid harness connector (ATF temperature
sensor) and the PCM. If the PCM was updated,
substitute a known-good PCM (see page 14-10),
then recheck. If the PCM was substituted, go to step
1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, keep
idling until a result comes on.

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16. Connect the shift solenoid harness connector.

17. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

18. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D


position through all five gears.

19. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T


Mode Menu with the HDS.

Is DT C P07 13 indicated?

YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the shift solenoid harness connector
(ATF temperature sensor) and the PCM, then go to
step 1.

NO−If DTC P0713 is not indicated, or if any other


DTCs are indicated, go to step 20.

20. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0713 in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 19, go to the indicated
DTC’s troubleshooting.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor


connections and loose terminals at the shift
solenoid harness connector (ATF temperature
sensor) and the PCM, then go to step 1. If the HDS
indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step 18 and
recheck.

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0716: Problem in Input Shaft 6. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(Mainshaft) Speed Sensor Circuit
7. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.
NOTE:
• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and 8. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). 9. Check for continuity between PCM connector
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem terminals C40 and body ground, and between C44
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the and body ground.
transmission. *01
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

2. Check for proper input shaft (mainshaft) speed


sensor installation (see page 14-246).

3. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it


is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to LG1 (BRN/YEL) LG2 (BRN/YEL)
rotate freely.
2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make
sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle.
Terminal side of female terminals
4. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF Is there continuity?
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position,
and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h YES−Go to step 10.
(31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and
stop the wheel. NO−Repair open in the wires between PCM
connector terminals C40, C44 and ground (G101),
5. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0716 in the DTCs/ or repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 36.
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Go to step 6.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
at the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor and the
PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
to step 4 and recheck.

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10. Connect PCM connector C (44P). 14. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

11. Disconnect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed 15. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
sensor connector.
16. Check for continuity between PCM connector
12. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). terminal B18 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
sensor connector terminal No. 1.
13. Measure voltage between input shaft (mainshaft) *03
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
speed sensor connector terminal No. 1 and body (MAINSHAFT)
ground. SPEED SENSOR
*02 CONNECTOR

INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)


SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

Terminal side of Wire side of


female terminals female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 17.


Is there about 5 V ?
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
YES−Go to step 18. connector terminal B18 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.
NO−Go to step 14.
17. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B18 and body ground.
*04
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


connector terminal B18 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

NO−Go to step 32.

(cont’d)

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Automatic Transmission

DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


18. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 21. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B33 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
19. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). sensor connector terminal No. 3.
*06
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
20. Check for continuity between input shaft (MAINSHAFT)
(mainshaft) speed sensor connector terminal No. 2 SPEED SENSOR
and body ground. CONNECTOR
*05
INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

SG2 (GRN/BLK)
(K24Z1 engine model) SG2 (GRN/BLK)
SG2 (GRN/YEL) (K24Z1 engine model)
NM (WHT/RED) (R20A1 and R20A2 SG2 (GRN/YEL)
engine models) (R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Terminal side of Wire side of


female terminals female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 22.


Is there continuity?
NO−Repair open in the wire between the input
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor connector and PCM
connector terminal B17 and the input shaft connector terminal B33, then go to step 36.
(mainshaft) speed sensor connector, then go to
step 36. 22. Connect PCM connector B (44P).

NO−Go to step 21. 23. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

24. Measure voltage between input shaft (mainshaft)


speed sensor connector terminals No. 2 and No. 3.
*07
INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

NM (WHT/RED) SG2 (GRN/BLK)


(K24Z1 engine model)
SG2 (GRN/YEL)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?

YES−Go to step 25.

NO−Go to step 29.

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25. Connect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor 29. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
connector.
30. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
26. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
31. Check for continuity between PCM connector
27. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model terminal B17 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF sensor connector terminal No. 2.
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position, *08
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h (MAINSHAFT)
(31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and SPEED SENSOR
stop the wheel. CONNECTOR

28. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0716 in the DTCs/ NM (WHT/RED)
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. NM
(WHT/RED)
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Replace the input shaft (mainshaft) speed


sensor (see page 14-246), then go to step 36.
Terminal side of Wire side of
NO−Go to step 32. female terminals female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 32.

NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM


connector terminal B17 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

(cont’d)

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


32. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 36. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 37. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
33. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position,
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position, (31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and
and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h stop the wheel.
(31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and
stop the wheel. 38. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
34. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 16 indicated?

Is DT C P07 16 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the input shaft (mainshaft) speed
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0716 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 39.
NO−If DTC P0716 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 35. 39. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0716 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
35. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0716 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 38, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page connections and loose terminals at the input shaft
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step (mainshaft) speed sensor and the PCM, then go to
34, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting. step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 37 and recheck.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor and the PCM. If the PCM
was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC P0717: Problem in Input Shaft 6. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(Mainshaft) Speed Sensor Circuit (No Signal
Input) 7. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

NOTE: 8. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).


• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General 9. Check for continuity between PCM connector
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). terminals C40 and body ground, and between C44
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and body ground.
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the *01
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
transmission.

1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

2. Check for proper input shaft (mainshaft) speed


sensor installation (see page 14-246).

3. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it LG1 (BRN/YEL) LG2 (BRN/YEL)
is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to
rotate freely.
2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make
sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle. Terminal side of female terminals

4. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model Is there continuity?
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position, YES−Go to step 10.
and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h
(31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and NO−Repair open in the wires between PCM
stop the wheel. connector terminals C40, C44 and ground (G101),
or repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 36.
5. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0717 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Go to step 6.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
at the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor and the
PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
to step 4 and recheck.

(cont’d)

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10. Connect PCM connector C (44P). 14. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

11. Disconnect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed 15. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
sensor connector.
16. Check for continuity between PCM connector
12. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). terminal B18 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
sensor connector terminal No. 1.
13. Measure voltage between input shaft (mainshaft) *03
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
speed sensor connector terminal No. 1 and body (MAINSHAFT)
ground. SPEED SENSOR
*02 CONNECTOR

INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)


SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR VCC2 (YEL/BLU)
VCC2
(YEL/BLU)

VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

Terminal side of Wire side of


female terminals female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 17.


Is there about 5 V ?
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
YES−Go to step 18. connector terminal B18 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.
NO−Go to step 14.
17. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B18 and body ground.
*04
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


connector terminal B18 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

NO−Go to step 32.

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18. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 21. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B33 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
19. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). sensor connector terminal No. 3.
*06
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
20. Check for continuity between input shaft (MAINSHAFT)
(mainshaft) speed sensor connector terminal No. 2 SPEED SENSOR
and body ground. CONNECTOR
*05
INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

SG2 (GRN/BLK)
(K24Z1 engine model) SG2 (GRN/BLK)
SG2 (GRN/YEL) (K24Z1 engine model)
NM (WHT/RED) (R20A1 and R20A2 SG2 (GRN/YEL)
engine models) (R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)
Terminal side of Wire side of
female terminals female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 22.


Is there continuity?
NO−Repair open in the wire between the input
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor connector and PCM
connector terminal B17 and the input shaft connector terminal B33, then go to step 36.
(mainshaft) speed sensor connector, then go to
step 36. 22. Connect PCM connector B (44P).

NO−Go to step 21. 23. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

24. Measure voltage between input shaft (mainshaft)


speed sensor connector terminals No. 2 and No. 3.
*07
INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

NM (WHT/RED) SG2 (GRN/BLK)


(K24Z1 engine model)
SG2 (GRN/YEL)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?

YES−Go to step 25.

NO−Go to step 29.

(cont’d)

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25. Connect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor 29. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
connector.
30. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
26. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
31. Check for continuity between PCM connector
27. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model terminal B17 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF sensor connector terminal No. 2.
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position, *08
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h (MAINSHAFT)
(31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and SPEED SENSOR
stop the wheel. CONNECTOR

28. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0717 in the DTCs/ NM (WHT/RED)
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. NM
(WHT/RED)
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Replace the input shaft (mainshaft) speed


sensor (see page 14-246), then go to step 36.
Terminal side of Wire side of
NO−Go to step 32. female terminals female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 32.

NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM


connector terminal B17 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

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32. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 36. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 37. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
33. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position,
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h
switch comes on). Run the engine in the D position, (31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and
and hold the vehicle at speeds over 50 km/h stop the wheel.
(31 mph) for more than 10 seconds. Slow down and
stop the wheel. 38. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
34. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 17 indicated?

Is DT C P07 17 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the input shaft (mainshaft) speed
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0717 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 39.
NO−If DTC P0717 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 35. 39. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0717 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
35. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0717 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 38, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page connections and loose terminals at the input shaft
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step (mainshaft) speed sensor and the PCM, then go to
34, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting. step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 37 and recheck.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor and the PCM. If the PCM
was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0718: Input Shaft (Mainshaft) Speed 6. Connect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor
Sensor Intermittent Failure connector.

NOTE: 7. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D


• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and position through all five gears.
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0718 in the DTCs/
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the
transmission. Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. YES−Go to step 9.

2. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D NO−Troubleshooting is complete. If the HDS
position through all five gears. indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step 7 and
recheck.
3. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0718 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. 9. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 10. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

YES−Go to step 4. 11. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this 12. Check for continuity between PCM connector
time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals terminals C40 and body ground, and between C44
at the input shaft (mainshaft) speed sensor and the and body ground.
PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return *01
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
to step 2 and recheck.

4. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

5. Disconnect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed


sensor connector, and inspect the connector and
connector terminals to be sure they are making
good contact. LG1 (BRN/YEL) LG2 (BRN/YEL)

Are the connector terminals OK ?

YES−Go to step 6.
Terminal side of female terminals
NO−Repair the connector terminals, then go to
step 6. Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 13.

NO−Repair open in the wires between PCM


connector terminals C40, C44 and ground (G101),
or repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 34.

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13. Connect PCM connector C (44P). 17. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

14. Disconnect the input shaft (mainshaft) speed 18. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
sensor connector.
19. Check for continuity between input shaft
15. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). (mainshaft) speed sensor connector terminal No. 2
and body ground.
16. Measure voltage between input shaft (mainshaft) *03
speed sensor connector terminal No. 1 and body INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)
ground. SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR
*02
INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

NM (WHT/RED)

VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

Wire side of female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


Is there about 5 V ? connector terminal B17 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor connector, then go to
YES−Go to step 17. step 34.

NO−Go to step 26. NO−Go to step 20.

20. Connect PCM connector B (44P).

21. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

(cont’d)

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22. Measure voltage between input shaft (mainshaft) 26. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
speed sensor connector terminal No. 2 and body
ground. 27. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P).
*04
INPUT SHAFT (MAINSHAFT) 28. Check for continuity between PCM connector
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR terminal B18 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed
sensor connector terminal No. 1.
*06
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT
(MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR
NM (WHT/RED) CONNECTOR

VCC2 (YEL/BLU)

VCC2 (YEL/BLU)
Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?
Terminal side of Wire side of
YES−Replace the input shaft (mainshaft) speed female terminals female terminals
sensor (see page 14-246), then go to step 34.
Is there continuity?
NO−Go to step 23.
YES−Go to step 29.
23. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
24. Disconnect PCM connector B (44P). connector terminal B18 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 34.
25. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal B17 and input shaft (mainshaft) speed 29. Check for continuity between PCM connector
sensor connector terminal No. 2. terminal B18 and body ground.
*05 *07
PCM CONNECTOR B (44P) INPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR B (44P)
(MAINSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR VCC2 (YEL/BLU)
CONNECTOR

NM (WHT/RED)
NM
(WHT/RED)

Terminal side of Wire side of


female terminals female terminals Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity? Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 30. YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


connector terminal B18 and the input shaft
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM (mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 34.
connector terminal B17 and the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor, then go to step 34. NO−Go to step 30.

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30. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 34. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 35. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
position through all five gears.
31. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
position through all five gears. 36. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
32. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 18 indicated?

Is DT C P07 18 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the input shaft (mainshaft) speed
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0718 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 37.
NO−If DTC P0718 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 33. 37. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0718 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
33. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0718 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 36, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page connections and loose terminals at the input shaft
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step (mainshaft) speed sensor and the PCM, then go to
32, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting. step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 35 and recheck.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the input shaft
(mainshaft) speed sensor and the PCM. If the PCM
was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0721: Problem in Output Shaft 6. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(Countershaft) Speed Sensor Circuit
7. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.
NOTE:
• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and 8. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). 9. Check for continuity between PCM connector
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem terminals C40 and body ground, and between C44
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the and body ground.
transmission. *01
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

2. Check for proper output shaft (countershaft) speed


sensor installation (see page 14-246).

3. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it


is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to LG1 (BRN/YEL) LG2 (BRN/YEL)
rotate freely.
2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make
sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle.
Terminal side of female terminals
4. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF Is there continuity?
switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position
with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for YES−Go to step 10.
more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the
wheel. NO−Repair open in the wires between PCM
connector terminals C40, C44 and ground (G101),
5. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0721 in the DTCs/ or repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 36.
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Go to step 6.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
at the output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor and
the PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 4 and recheck.

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10. Connect PCM connector C (44P). 14. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

11. Disconnect the output shaft (countershaft) speed 15. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
sensor connector.
16. Check for continuity between PCM connector
12. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). terminal C13 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
sensor connector terminal No. 1.
13. Measure voltage between output shaft *03
OUTPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal (COUNTERSHAFT)
No. 1 and body ground. SPEED SENSOR
*02 CONNECTOR

OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT)


SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR VCC1 (YEL/RED)

VCC1 (YEL/RED)

VCC1 (YEL/RED)

Wire side of Terminal side of


female terminals female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 17.


Is there about 5 V ?
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
YES−Go to step 18. connector terminal C13 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.
NO−Go to step 14.
17. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal C13 and body ground.
*04
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
VCC1 (YEL/RED)

Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


connector terminal C13 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

NO−Go to step 32.

(cont’d)

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18. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 21. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal C14 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
19. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P). sensor connector terminal No. 3.
*06
OUTPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
20. Check for continuity between output shaft (COUNTERSHAFT)
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal SPEED SENSOR
No. 2 and body ground. CONNECTOR
*05 SG1
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT) (GRN/WHT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR
SG1 (GRN/WHT)

NC (BLK/WHT)
(K24Z1 engine model)
NC (BLK/BLU) Wire side of Terminal side of
(R20A1 and R20A2 female terminals female terminals
engine models)

Is there continuity?
Wire side of female terminals
YES−Go to step 22.

Is there continuity? NO−Repair open in the wire between the output


shaft (countershaft) speed sensor connector and
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM PCM connector terminal C14, then go to step 36.
connector terminal C43 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor connector, then go to 22. Connect PCM connector C (44P).
step 36.
23. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).
NO−Go to step 21.
24. Measure voltage between output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminals
No. 2 and No. 3.
*07
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

NC (BLK/WHT) SG1 (GRN/WHT)


(K24Z1 engine model)
NC (BLK/BLU)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?

YES−Go to step 25.

NO−Go to step 29.

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25. Connect the output shaft (countershaft) speed 29. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
sensor connector.
30. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
26. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
31. Check for continuity between PCM connector
27. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model terminal C43 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF sensor connector terminal No. 2.
switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position *08
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P) OUTPUT SHAFT
with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for (COUNTERSHAFT)
more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the SPEED SENSOR
wheel. CONNECTOR

28. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0721 in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?


NC (BLK/WHT)
(K24Z1 engine model) NC (BLK/WHT)
YES−Replace the output shaft (countershaft) NC (BLK/BLU) (K24Z1 engine model)
speed sensor (see page 14-246), then go to step 36. (R20A1 and R20A2 NC (BLK/BLU)
engine models) (R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)
NO−Go to step 32.
Terminal side of Wire side of
female terminals female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 32.

NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM


connector terminal C43 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

(cont’d)

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32. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 36. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 37. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
33. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for
switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the
with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for wheel.
more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the
wheel. 38. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
34. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 21 indicated?

Is DT C P07 21 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the output shaft (countershaft) speed
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0721 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 39.
NO−If DTC P0721 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 35. 39. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0721 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
35. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0721 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 38, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page connections and loose terminals at the output shaft
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step (countershaft) speed sensor and the PCM, then go
34, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting. to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 37 and recheck.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC P0722: Problem in Output Shaft 6. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(Countershaft) Speed Sensor Circuit (No
Signal Input) 7. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

NOTE: 8. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).


• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and
any on-board snapshot, and review General 9. Check for continuity between PCM connector
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). terminals C40 and body ground, and between C44
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem and body ground.
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the *01
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
transmission.

1. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

2. Check for proper output shaft (countershaft) speed


sensor installation (see page 14-246).

3. 4WD model: Raise the vehicle on a lift, make sure it LG1 (BRN/YEL) LG2 (BRN/YEL)
is securely supported, and allow all four wheels to
rotate freely.
2WD model: Raise the front of the vehicle, make
sure it is securely supported, and allow the front
wheels to rotate freely. Or raise the vehicle. Terminal side of female terminals

4. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model Is there continuity?
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position YES−Go to step 10.
with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for
more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the NO−Repair open in the wires between PCM
wheel. connector terminals C40, C44 and ground (G101),
or repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 36.
5. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0722 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

YES−Go to step 6.

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this


time. Check for poor connections or loose terminals
at the output shaft (countershaft) speed sensor and
the PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 4 and recheck.

(cont’d)

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10. Connect PCM connector C (44P). 14. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

11. Disconnect the output shaft (countershaft) speed 15. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
sensor connector.
16. Check for continuity between PCM connector
12. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). terminal C13 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
sensor connector terminal No. 1.
13. Measure voltage between output shaft *03
OUTPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal (COUNTERSHAFT)
No. 1 and body ground. SPEED SENSOR
*02 CONNECTOR

OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT)


SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR VCC1 (YEL/RED)

VCC1 (YEL/RED)

VCC1 (YEL/RED)

Wire side of Terminal side of


female terminals female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 17.


Is there about 5 V ?
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
YES−Go to step 18. connector terminal C13 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.
NO−Go to step 14.
17. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal C13 and body ground.
*04
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
VCC1 (YEL/RED)

Terminal side of female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


connector terminal C13 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

NO−Go to step 32.

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18. Turn the ignition switch OFF. 21. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal C14 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
19. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P). sensor connector terminal No. 3.
*06
OUTPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
20. Check for continuity between output shaft (COUNTERSHAFT)
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal SPEED SENSOR
No. 2 and body ground. CONNECTOR
*05 SG1
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT) (GRN/WHT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR
SG1 (GRN/WHT)

NC (BLK/WHT)
(K24Z1 engine model)
NC (BLK/BLU) Wire side of Terminal side of
(R20A1 and R20A2 female terminals female terminals
engine models)

Is there continuity?
Wire side of female terminals
YES−Go to step 22.

Is there continuity? NO−Repair open in the wire between the output


shaft (countershaft) speed sensor connector and
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM PCM connector terminal C14, then go to step 36.
connector terminal C43 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor connector, then go to 22. Connect PCM connector C (44P).
step 36.
23. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).
NO−Go to step 21.
24. Measure voltage between output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminals
No. 2 and No. 3.
*07
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

NC (BLK/WHT) SG1 (GRN/WHT)


(K24Z1 engine model)
NC (BLK/BLU)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?

YES−Go to step 25.

NO−Go to step 29.

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25. Connect the output shaft (countershaft) speed 29. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
sensor connector.
30. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
26. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
31. Check for continuity between PCM connector
27. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model terminal C43 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF sensor connector terminal No. 2.
switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position *08
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P) OUTPUT SHAFT
with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for (COUNTERSHAFT)
more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the SPEED SENSOR
wheel. CONNECTOR

28. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0722 in the DTCs/


Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED?


NC (BLK/WHT)
(K24Z1 engine model) NC (BLK/WHT)
YES−Replace the output shaft (countershaft) NC (BLK/BLU) (K24Z1 engine model)
speed sensor (see page 14-246), then go to step 36. (R20A1 and R20A2 NC (BLK/BLU)
engine models) (R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)
NO−Go to step 32.
Terminal side of Wire side of
female terminals female terminals

Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 32.

NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM


connector terminal C43 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 36.

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32. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 36. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 37. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF
33. Start the engine, and turn the VSA off for model switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position
equipped with VSA (the light on the VSA OFF with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for
switch comes on). Run the vehicle in the D position more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the
with engine speed 2,000 rpm (min−1) or higher for wheel.
more than 10 seconds. Slow down and stop the
wheel. 38. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
34. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 22 indicated?

Is DT C P07 22 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the output shaft (countershaft) speed
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0722 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 39.
NO−If DTC P0722 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 35. 39. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0722 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
35. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0722 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 38, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page connections and loose terminals at the output shaft
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step (countershaft) speed sensor and the PCM, then go
34, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting. to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 37 and recheck.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0723: Output Shaft (Countershaft) 6. Connect the output shaft (countershaft) speed
Speed Sensor Intermittent Failure sensor connector.

NOTE: 7. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D


• Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and position through all five gears.
any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). 8. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0723 in the DTCs/
• This code is caused by an electrical circuit problem Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
and cannot be caused by a mechanical problem in the
transmission. Does the HDS indicate F AILED?

1. Clear the DTC with the HDS. YES−Go to step 9.

2. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D NO−Troubleshooting is complete. If the HDS
position through all five gears. indicates NOT COMPLETED, return to step 7 and
recheck.
3. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0723 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. 9. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 10. Jump the SCS line with the HDS.

YES−Go to step 4. 11. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this 12. Check for continuity between PCM connector
time. Check for poor connections and loose terminals C40 and body ground, and between C44
terminals at the output shaft (countershaft) speed and body ground.
sensor and the PCM. If the HDS indicates NOT *01
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
COMPLETED, return to step 2 and recheck.

4. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

5. Disconnect the output shaft (countershaft) speed


sensor connector, and inspect the connector and
connector terminals to be sure they are making
good contact. LG1 (BRN/YEL) LG2 (BRN/YEL)

Are the connector terminals OK ?

YES−Go to step 6.
Terminal side of female terminals
NO−Repair the connector terminals, then go to
step 6. Is there continuity?

YES−Go to step 13.

NO−Repair open in the wires between PCM


connector terminals C40, C44 and ground (G101),
or repair poor ground (G101), then go to step 34.

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13. Connect PCM connector C (44P). 17. Turn the ignition switch OFF.

14. Disconnect the output shaft (countershaft) speed 18. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
sensor connector.
19. Check for continuity between output shaft
15. Turn the ignition switch ON (II). (countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal
No. 2 and body ground.
16. Measure voltage between output shaft *03
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT)
No. 1 and body ground. SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR
*02
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR

NC (BLK/WHT)
(K24Z1 engine model)
NC (BLK/BLU)
(R20A1 and R20A2
VCC1 (YEL/RED) engine models)

Wire side of female terminals

Wire side of female terminals Is there continuity?

YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM


Is there about 5 V ? connector terminal C43 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor connector, then go to
YES−Go to step 17. step 34.

NO−Go to step 26. NO−Go to step 20.

20. Connect PCM connector C (44P).

21. Turn the ignition switch ON (II).

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22. Measure voltage between output shaft 26. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
(countershaft) speed sensor connector terminal
No. 2 and body ground. 27. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P).
*04
OUTPUT SHAFT (COUNTERSHAFT) 28. Check for continuity between PCM connector
SPEED SENSOR CONNECTOR terminal C13 and output shaft (countershaft) speed
sensor connector terminal No. 1.
*06
OUTPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
(COUNTERSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR
NC (BLK/WHT) CONNECTOR
(K24Z1 engine model)
NC (BLK/BLU)
(R20A1 and R20A2
engine models) VCC1 (YEL/RED)

VCC1 (YEL/RED)
Wire side of female terminals

Is there about 5 V ?
Wire side of Terminal side of
YES−Replace the output shaft (countershaft) female terminals female terminals
speed sensor (see page 14-246), then go to step 34.
Is there continuity?
NO−Go to step 23.
YES−Go to step 29.
23. Turn the ignition switch OFF.
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
24. Disconnect PCM connector C (44P). connector terminal C13 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 34.
25. Check for continuity between PCM connector
terminal C43 and output shaft (countershaft) speed 29. Check for continuity between PCM connector
sensor connector terminal No. 2. terminal C13 and body ground.
*05 *07
PCM CONNECTOR C (44P) OUTPUT SHAFT PCM CONNECTOR C (44P)
(COUNTERSHAFT)
SPEED SENSOR VCC1 (YEL/RED)
CONNECTOR

NC (BLK/WHT)
(K24Z1 engine model) NC (BLK/WHT)
NC (BLK/BLU) (K24Z1 engine model)
(R20A1 and R20A2 NC (BLK/BLU)
engine models) (R20A1 and R20A2
engine models)
Terminal side of female terminals
Terminal side of Wire side of
female terminals female terminals
Is there continuity?
Is there continuity?
YES−Repair short in the wire between PCM
YES−Go to step 30. connector terminal C13 and the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 34.
NO−Repair open in the wire between PCM
connector terminal C43 and the output shaft NO−Go to step 30.
(countershaft) speed sensor, then go to step 34.

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30. Update the PCM if it does not have the latest 34. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
software (see page 14-9), or substitute a known-
good PCM (see page 14-10). 35. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
position through all five gears.
31. Test-drive the vehicle for several minutes in the D
position through all five gears. 36. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS.
32. Check for DTC(s) in the DTCs/Freeze Data in A/T
Mode Menu with the HDS. Is DT C P07 23 indicated?

Is DT C P07 23 indicated? YES−Check for poor connections and loose


terminals at the output shaft (countershaft) speed
YES−If the PCM was updated, substitute a known- sensor and the PCM, then go to step 1.
good PCM (see page 14-10), then recheck. If the
PCM was substituted, go to step 1. NO−If DTC P0723 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 37.
NO−If DTC P0723 is not indicated, or if any other
DTCs are indicated, go to step 33. 37. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0723 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
33. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0723 in the DTCs/
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

Does the HDS indicate PASSED? YES−Troubleshooting is complete. If any other


DTCs were indicated on step 36, go to the indicated
YES−If the PCM was updated, troubleshooting is DTC’s troubleshooting.
complete. If the PCM was substituted, replace the
original PCM; R20A1 and R20A2 engine models NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
(see page 11-226), K24Z1 engine model (see page connections and loose terminals at the output shaft
11-613). If any other DTCs were indicated on step (countershaft) speed sensor and the PCM, then go
32, go to the indicated DTC’s troubleshooting. to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 35 and recheck.
NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, check for poor
connections and loose terminals at the output shaft
(countershaft) speed sensor and the PCM. If the
PCM was updated, substitute a known-good PCM
(see page 14-10), then recheck. If the PCM was
substituted, go to step 1. If the HDS indicates NOT
COMPLETED, keep idling until a result comes on.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0747: A/T Clutch Pressure Control 9. Choose Clutch Pressure Control (Linear) Solenoid A
Solenoid Valve A Stuck ON in the Miscellaneous Test Menu, and test A/T clutch
pressure control solenoid valve A with the HDS.
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data
and any on-board snapshot, and review General Does the HDS indicate NORMAL?
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5).
YES−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
1. Warm up the engine to normal operating time.
temperature (the radiator fan comes on).
NO−Follow the instructions indicated on the HDS
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the by the test result, but if the HDS has not determined
proper level, and check for fluid leaks. the cause of the failure, go to step 10. If any part is
replaced, go to step 11.
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or 10. Inspect A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
excessive clutch material. valve A (see page 14-238).

Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive Does A/ T clutch pressure control solenoid valve A
clutch material? work properly?

YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 11. YES−Repair the hydraulic system related with shift
valve A, or replace the transmission, then go to
NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), step 11.
then go to step 4.
NO−Replace A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS. valve A (see page 14-240), then go to step 11.

5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all 11. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. 12. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow 13. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
down to a stop. through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
7. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0747 in the DTCs/ down to a stop.
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
14. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0747 in the DTCs/
Does the HDS indicate F AILED? Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

YES−Go to step 8. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this YES−Troubleshooting is complete.


time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
to step 5 and recheck. NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, return to step 11
and recheck. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
8. Clear the DTC with the HDS. return to step 12 and recheck.

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DTC P0752: Shift Solenoid Valve A Stuck ON 9. Choose Shift Solenoid A in the Miscellaneous Test
Menu, and make sure shift solenoid valve A
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data operates with the HDS.
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). Is a clicking sound heard?

1. Warm up the engine to normal operating YES−Go to step 10.


temperature (the radiator fan comes on).
NO−Replace shift solenoid valve A (see page
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the 14-235), then go to step 13.
proper level, and check for fluid leaks.
10. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.
excessive clutch material.
11. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
clutch material? (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 13.
12. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0752 in the DTCs/
NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
then go to step 4.
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
YES−Repair shift valve A, or replace the
5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all transmission, then go to step 13.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position to step 10 and recheck.
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow 13. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
down to a stop.
14. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
7. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0752 in the DTCs/ five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 15. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
YES−Go to step 8. (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return 16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0752 in the DTCs/
to step 5 and recheck. Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

8. Clear the DTC with the HDS. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

YES−Troubleshooting is complete.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, return to step 13


and recheck. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 14 and recheck.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0756: Shift Solenoid Valve B Stuck OFF 9. Choose Shift Solenoid B in the Miscellaneous Test
Menu, and make sure shift solenoid valve B
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data operates with the HDS.
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). Is a clicking sound heard?

1. Warm up the engine to normal operating YES−Go to step 10.


temperature (the radiator fan comes on).
NO−Replace shift solenoid valve B (see page
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the 14-235), then go to step 13.
proper level, and check for fluid leaks.
10. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.
excessive clutch material.
11. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
clutch material? (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 13.
12. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0756 in the DTCs/
NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
then go to step 4.
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
YES−Repair shift valve B, or replace the
5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all transmission, then go to step 13.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position to step 10 and recheck.
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow 13. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
down to a stop.
14. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
7. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0756 in the DTCs/ five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 15. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
YES−Go to step 8. (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return 16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0756 in the DTCs/
to step 5 and recheck. Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

8. Clear the DTC with the HDS. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

YES−Troubleshooting is complete.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, return to step 13


and recheck. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 14 and recheck.

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DTC P0757: Shift Solenoid Valve B Stuck ON 9. Choose Shift Solenoid B in the Miscellaneous Test
Menu, and make sure shift solenoid valve B
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data operates with the HDS.
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). Is a clicking sound heard?

1. Warm up the engine to normal operating YES−Go to step 10.


temperature (the radiator fan comes on).
NO−Replace shift solenoid valve B (see page
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the 14-235), then go to step 13.
proper level, and check for fluid leaks.
10. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.
excessive clutch material.
11. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
clutch material? (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 13.
12. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0757 in the DTCs/
NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
then go to step 4.
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
YES−Repair shift valve B, or replace the
5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all transmission, then go to step 13.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position to step 10 and recheck.
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow 13. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
down to a stop.
14. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
7. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0757 in the DTCs/ five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 15. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
YES−Go to step 8. (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return 16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0757 in the DTCs/
to step 5 and recheck. Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

8. Clear the DTC with the HDS. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

YES−Troubleshooting is complete.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, return to step 13


and recheck. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 14 and recheck.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0761: Shift Solenoid Valve C Stuck OFF 9. Choose Shift Solenoid C in the Miscellaneous Test
Menu, and make sure shift solenoid valve C
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data operates with the HDS.
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). Is a clicking sound heard?

1. Warm up the engine to normal operating YES−Go to step 10.


temperature (the radiator fan comes on).
NO−Replace shift solenoid valve C (see page
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the 14-235), then go to step 13.
proper level, and check for fluid leaks.
10. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.
excessive clutch material.
11. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
clutch material? (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 13.
12. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0761 in the DTCs/
NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
then go to step 4.
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
YES−Repair shift valve C, or replace the
5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all transmission, then go to step 13.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position to step 10 and recheck.
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow 13. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
down to a stop.
14. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
7. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0761 in the DTCs/ five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 15. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
YES−Go to step 8. (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return 16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0761 in the DTCs/
to step 5 and recheck. Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

8. Clear the DTC with the HDS. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

YES−Troubleshooting is complete.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, return to step 13


and recheck. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 14 and recheck.

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DTC P0771: Shift Solenoid Valve E Stuck OFF 9. Choose Shift Solenoid E in the Miscellaneous Test
Menu, and make sure shift solenoid valve E
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data operates with the HDS.
and any on-board snapshot, and review General
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5). Is a clicking sound heard?

1. Warm up the engine to normal operating YES−Go to step 10.


temperature (the radiator fan comes on).
NO−Replace shift solenoid valve E (see page
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the 14-235), then go to step 13.
proper level, and check for fluid leaks.
10. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.
excessive clutch material.
11. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
clutch material? (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 13.
12. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0771 in the DTCs/
NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.
then go to step 4.
Does the HDS indicate F AILED?
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
YES−Repair shift valve E, or replace the
5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all transmission, then go to step 13.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return
6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position to step 10 and recheck.
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
(12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow 13. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
down to a stop.
14. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all
7. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0771 in the DTCs/ five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail. more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop.

Does the HDS indicate F AILED? 15. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position
through all five gears at speeds over 20 km/h
YES−Go to step 8. (12 mph) for more than 20 seconds, then slow
down to a stop.
NO−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED, return 16. Monitor the OBD STATUS for P0771 in the DTCs/
to step 5 and recheck. Freeze Data in A/T Mode Menu for a pass/fail.

8. Clear the DTC with the HDS. Does the HDS indicate PASSED?

YES−Troubleshooting is complete.

NO−If the HDS indicates FAILED, return to step 13


and recheck. If the HDS indicates NOT COMPLETED,
return to step 14 and recheck.

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DTC Troubleshooting (cont’d)


DTC P0776: A/T Clutch Pressure Control 8. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
Solenoid Valve B Stuck OFF
9. Choose Clutch Pressure Control (Linear) Solenoid B
NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data in the Miscellaneous Test Menu, and test A/T clutch
and any on-board snapshot, and review General pressure control solenoid valve B with the HDS.
Troubleshooting Information (see page 14-5).
Does the HDS indicate NORMAL?
1. Warm up the engine to normal operating
temperature (the radiator fan comes on). YES−Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this
time.
2. Make sure that the transmission is filled to the
proper level, and check for fluid leaks. NO−Follow the instructions indicated on the HDS
by the test result, but if the HDS has not determined
3. Drain the ATF (see step 3 on page 14-252) through a the cause of the failure, go to step 10. If any part is
strainer. Inspect the strainer for metal debris or replaced, go to step 11.
excessive clutch material.
10. Inspect A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
Does the strainer have metal debris or excessive valve B (see page 14-241).
clutch material?
Does A/ T clutch pressure control solenoid valve B
YES−Replace the transmission, then go to step 11. work properly?

NO−Replace the ATF (see step 5 on page 14-252), YES−Repair the hydraulic system related with shift
then go to step 4. valve B, or replace the transmission, then go to
step 11.
4. Clear the DTC with the HDS.
NO−Replace A/T clutch pressure control solenoid
5. Test-drive the vehicle in the D position through all valve B (see page 14-245), then go to step 11.
five gears at speeds over 20 km/h (12 mph) for
more than 20 seconds, then slow down to a stop. 11. Clear the DTC with the HDS.

6. Test-drive the vehicle again in the D position