Honda CIVIC 10G 2016 Cvt System Page 1

CVT System Description - General Operation
General Operation
The continuously variable transmission (CVT) is an electronically controlled automatic transmission with drive and driven pulleys, steel
belt, and new transmission fluid (HCF-2). The CVT provides non-stage speeds forward and non-stage speeds reverse. The entire unit
is positioned in line with the engine.
Transmission
The torque converter consists of a pump, a turbine, and a stator assembly in a single unit. The torque converter cover 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 drive gear when the engine is being started. The entire torque converter assembly serves as a flywheel, transmitting power to
the transmission input shaft. The transmission has four parallel shafts: the input shaft, the drive pulley shaft, the driven pulley shaft,
and the final drive shaft. The input shaft is connected to the torque converter turbine, and integrates the forward clutch on the drive
pulley shaft end. The drive pulley shaft and the driven pulley shaft consist of movable and fixed face pulleys. Both pulleys are linked
by the steel belt. The input shaft includes the forward clutch. The drive pulley shaft includes the drive pulley. The input shaft is
connected with the drive pulley shaft by the forward clutch hub/sun gear, and by the ring gear, the planetary pinion gears, and the sun
gear. The planetary carrier is positioned between the ring gear and the sun gear, and engaged with the planetary pinion gears. The
driven pulley shaft includes the driven pulley (with the park gear). The secondary drive gear is splined to the driven pulley shaft. The
final drive shaft is positioned between the secondary drive gear and the final driven gear. The final drive shaft integrates the secondary
driven gear and the final drive gear which serves to change the rotational direction of the drive and driven pulley shafts, because the
drive pulley shaft and the driven pulley shaft rotate the same direction. When the input shaft is joined with the drive pulley shaft by
engaging the forward clutch or the reverse brake, power is transmitted through the input shaft, the drive pulley shaft, the driven pulley
shaft, to the final drive shaft provide drive.
Electronic Control
The electronic control system consists of the transmission control module (TCM), sensors, and solenoid valves. Shifting and lock-up
are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under all conditions. The TCM is located in the engine compartment.
Hydraulic Control
The hydraulic control system is controlled by the TCM, the transmission fluid pump, and the valves and the solenoid valves in the
valve body. The transmission fluid pump is driven by the engine turns. The transmission fluid pump drive sprocket is connected to the
stator shaft, turns as the engine turns, and drives the transmission fluid pump driven sprocket by the transmission fluid pump drive
chain. The transmission fluid pump supplies hydraulic pressure to the hydraulic circuit. Fluid from the transmission fluid pump passes
to the various control valves, the drive/driven pulleys, the forward clutch, and the reverse brake.
Shift Control
To shift pulley ratio, the TCM controls shift solenoid valve B, the CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve, the CVT driven
pulley pressure control solenoid valve, the CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve, and the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid
valve while receiving input signals from various sensors and switches located throughout the vehicle. The TCM actuates the CVT
drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve and the CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve to change drive and driven
pulley pressures. The drive pulley pressure is applied to the drive pulley, and the driven pulley pressure is applied to the driven pulley,
and pulley ratio is changed to their effective ratio.
Lock-Up Mechanism
The lock-up mechanism of the torque converter clutch operates in D position/mode, S position/mode, and L position/mode, at
transmission fluid temperature exceeding 68 °F (20 °C). The pressurized fluid is drained from the back of the torque converter through
a flui
d passage, causing the torque converter clutch piston to be held against the transmission fluid pump. As this takes place, the
input shaft and the drive pulley shaft rotate as the same as the engine crankshaft. Together with hydraulic control, the TCM optimizes
the timing of the lock-up mechanism. When shift solenoid valve B is turned ON by the TCM, shift solenoid valve B pressure switches
lock-up ON and OFF. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve controls the volume of lock-up.
Gear Selection
The shift lever has following position/mode;
Position/Mode Description
P: PARK Front wheels locked; the parking brake pawl engages with the park gear on the driven pulley.
The forward clutch disengages.
R: REVERSE The reverse brake engages, and it locks with the planetary carrier to the transmission housing.
N: NEUTRAL The forward clutch disengages.
D: DRIVE Transmission automatically adjusts to keep the engine at the best rpm for driving under all
conditions.
The lock-up mechanism operates in this position/mode.
The WOT Step Shift Mode* operates in this position/mode.
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  • Page 1CVT System Description - General Operation General Operation The continuously variable transmission (CVT) is an electronically controlled automatic transmission with drive and driven pulleys, steel belt, and new transmission fluid (HCF-2). The CVT provides non-stage speeds forward and non-stage spee
  • Page 2*: When accelerating and the engine speed reaches the maximum while the accelerator pedal is depressed deeply and the vehicle is driving at high speed, the CVT system switches the gear shift method to provide an automatic transmission-like multistage gear shift. cardiagn.com
  • Page 3Position/Mode Description S: SPORT Transmission automatically adjusts to keep the engine at a higher rpm than in D position/mode driving conditions for sport driving. The lock-up mechanism operates in this position/mode. The WOT Step Shift Mode* operates in this position/mode. L: LOW For engine brak
  • Page 4CVT System Description - General Operation General Operation The continuously variable transmission (CVT) is an electronically controlled automatic transmission with drive and driven pulleys, steel belt, and new transmission fluid (HCF-2). The CVT provides non-stage speeds forward and non-stage spee
  • Page 5transmission-like multistage gear shift. cardiagn.com
  • Page 6Position/Mode Description D: DRIVE Without paddle Transmission automatically adjusts to keep the engine at the best rpm for driving shifter under all conditions. The lock-up mechanism operates in this position/mode. The WOT Step Shift Mode* operates in this position/mode. With paddle shifter Transmi
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  • Page 11CVT System Description - Clutches Forward Clutch, Reverse Brake, Planetary Gear Train, and Pulleys Forward Clutch The forward clutch is the hydraulic-actuated clutch, and engages and disengages the sun gear. When hydraulic pressure is introduced into the forward clutch drum, the forward clutch pisto
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  • Page 13CVT System Description - Clutches Forward Clutch, Reverse Brake, Planetary Gear Train, and Pulleys Forward Clutch The forward clutch is the hydraulic-actuated clutch, and engages and disengages the sun gear. When hydraulic pressure is introduced into the forward clutch drum, the forward clutch pisto
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  • Page 15CVT System Description - Electronic Control System Electronic Control System Functional Diagram The electronic control system consists of the TCM, the PCM, sensors, switches, and solenoid valves. Shifting and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under all conditions. The TCM
  • Page 16cardiagn.com Shift Control - Grade Logic Control The grade logic control system has been adopted to control shifting in D position/mode and S position/mode. The TCM compares actual driving conditions with memorized driving conditions, based on the input signal from the various sensors and switches,
  • Page 17cardiagn.com Grade Logic Control: Ascending Control When the TCM determines that the vehicle is climbing a hill in D position/mode or S position/mode, the system selects the most suitable shift schedule according to the magnitude of a gradient, so the vehicle can run smooth and have more power when
  • Page 18Shift-Hold Control When negotiating winding roads, the throttle is suddenly released and the brakes are applied, as is the case when decelerating at the entrance of a corner, Shift-Hold Control keeps the transmission in its current (lower) ratio as it negotiates the corner and accelerates out. When
  • Page 19cardiagn.com Lock-Up Control Shift solenoid valve B controls hydraulic pressure to lock-up ON and OFF. The TCM actuates shift solenoid valve B and the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve to start lock-up. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve applies and regulates hydraulic pressure to
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  • Page 21CVT System Description - Electronic Control System Electronic Control System Functional Diagram The electronic control system consists of the TCM, the PCM, sensors, switches, and solenoid valves. Shifting and lock-up are electronically controlled for comfortable driving under all conditions. The TCM
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  • Page 23cardiagn.com Shift Control - Grade Logic Control The grade logic control system has been adopted to control shifting in D position/mode and S position/mode. The TCM compares actual driving conditions with memorized driving conditions, based on the input signal from the various sensors and switches,
  • Page 24cardiagn.com Grade Logic Control: Ascending Control When the TCM determines that the vehicle is climbing a hill in D position/mode or S position/mode, the system selects the most suitable shift schedule according to the magnitude of a gradient, so the vehicle can run smooth and have more power when
  • Page 25When the TCM determines that the vehicle is going down a hill in D position/mode or S position/mode, the system selects the most suitable shift schedule according to the magnitude of a gradient, so the vehicle can run smooth in combination with engine braking. Shift-Hold Control When negotiating win
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  • Page 27There are two shifting modes in S position/mode: sport driving mode and S-paddle shift mode. In S position/mode with the sport driving mode, the transmission automatically adjusts to keep the engine at a higher rpm than D position/mode setting, and steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters are ready to
  • Page 28Lock-Up Control Shift solenoid valve B controls hydraulic pressure to lock-up ON and OFF. The TCM actuates shift solenoid valve B and the CVT cardiagn.com lock-up clutch control solenoid valve to start lock-up. The CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve applies and regulates hydraulic pressure to
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  • Page 30CVT System Description - Hydraulic Controls Hydraulic Controls The hydraulic control system is controlled by the TCM, the transmission fluid pump, and the valves and the solenoid valves in the valve body. The transmission fluid pump is driven by the engine turns. The transmission fluid pump drive sp
  • Page 31CVT System Description - Hydraulic Controls Hydraulic Controls The hydraulic control system is controlled by the TCM, the transmission fluid pump, and the valves and the solenoid valves in the valve body. The transmission fluid pump is driven by the engine turns. The transmission fluid pump drive sp
  • Page 32CVT System Description - Hydraulic Flow Hydraulic Flow cardiagn.com
  • Page 33CVT System Description - Hydraulic Flow Hydraulic Flow Hydraulic Pressure Flow Circuit Diagram cardiagn.com
  • Page 34CVT System Description - Lock-Up System Lock-Up System The lock-up mechanism of the torque converter clutch operates in D position/mode, S position/mode, and L position/mode, at transmission fluid temperature exceeding 68 °F (20 °C). The pressurized fluid is drained from the back of the torque conve
  • Page 35CVT System Description - Lock-Up System Lock-Up System The lock-up mechanism of the torque converter clutch operates in D position/mode, S position/mode, and L position/mode, at transmission fluid temperature exceeding 68 °F (20 °C). The pressurized fluid is drained from the back of the torque conve
  • Page 36CVT System Description - Power Flow Power Flow P Position Hydraulic pressure is not applied to the forward clutch and the reverse brake. Power is not transmitted to the secondary drive gear. The driven pulley is locked by the park pawl interlocking the park gear. N Position Engine power transmitted
  • Page 37High Speed Range cardiagn.com Power flow to the final driven gear is the same as at the low speed range. As the vehicle speed is increased, drive pulley pressure is increased by the CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve, and driven pulley pressure is decreased by the CVT driven pulley pre
  • Page 38R Position cardiagn.com Hydraulic pressure is applied to the reverse brake, and the planetary carrier locks with the reverse brake. The ring gear joined with the forward clutch drum and the input shaft drives the sun gear via the planetary pinion gears. The sun gear rotates in the reverse direction
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  • Page 40CVT System Description - Power Flow Power Flow P Position Hydraulic pressure is not applied to the forward clutch and the reverse brake. Power is not transmitted to the secondary drive gear. The driven pulley is locked by the parking brake pawl interlocking the park gear. N Position Engine power tra
  • Page 41At low speed range; pulley ratio high, the drive pulley receives lower pressure than driven pulley received pressure, the drive pulley applies the small-pulley-diameter to the steel belt. cardiagn.com
  • Page 42cardiagn.com High Speed Range Power flow to the final driven gear is the same as at the low speed range. As the vehicle speed is increased, the drive pulley pressure is increased by the CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve, and the driven pulley pressure decreased by the CVT driven pulle
  • Page 43cardiagn.com R Position Hydraulic pressure is applied to the reverse brake, and the planetary carrier locks with the reverse brake. The ring gear joined with the forward clutch drum and the input shaft drives the sun gear via the planetary pinion gears. The sun gear rotates in the reverse direction
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  • Page 45CVT System Description - Shift Lock System NOTE: There are two types of shift levers; type A and B. Shift Lever The shift lever is a floor positioned straight 5 positions/modes (P, R, N, D, S) type (with paddle shifter) or 6 positions/modes (P, R, N, D, S, L) type (without paddle shifter). The shift
  • Page 46cardiagn.com Shift Lock System The shift lock system prevents the shift lever from moving unless certain conditions are met. The shift lock solenoid is normally OFF. After starting the engine in P position/mode, the shift lock stop prevents the shift lever from moving to any other positions/modes fr
  • Page 47cardiagn.com Type B Shift Lock Release When the shift lock system does not operate due to mechanical or electrical problems, you can unlock the shift lock temporarily by
  • Page 48inserting the mechanical key into the shift lock release slot and pressing the shift lock release. When the shift lock release is pressed, the shift lock stop releases the lock pin, and the shift lever can move to any other positions/modes. cardiagn.com
  • Page 49Type A cardiagn.com Type B
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  • Page 51CVT System Description - Shift Lock System Shift Lever Assembly The shift lever is a floor positioned straight 6 positions/modes (P, R, N, D, S, L) type. The shift lever assembly consists of a shift lock solenoid, a park pin switch, and a shift lock release. The park pin switch is used by the body c
  • Page 52cardiagn.com Shift Lock Release When the shift lock system does not operate due to mechanical or electrical problems, you can unlock the shift lock temporarily by inserting the mechanical key into the shift lock release slot and pressing the shift lock release. When the shift lock release is pressed
  • Page 53CVT Differential Backlash Inspection 1. Differential Backlash - Inspect 1. Install both axles into the differential, then place the axles on V-blocks (A). 2. Check the backlash of the pinion gears (B) using a dial indicator (C). Standard: 0.05-0.15 mm (0.0020-0.0059 in) 3. If the backlash is out of
  • Page 54CVT Differential Backlash Inspection 1. Differential Backlash - Inspect 1. Install the driveshaft and the intermediate shaft on the differential, then place the axles on V-blocks. 2. Check the backlash of the pinion gears (A) using a dial indicator (B). Standard: 0.05-0.15 mm (0.0020-0.0059 in) 3. I
  • Page 55CVT Differential Carrier Bearing Preload Inspection Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Preload Inspection Tool 070AJ-5T0A100 cardiagn.com Bearing Driver Attachment, 62 x 68 mm 07746-0010500 Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000
  • Page 56Image Description/Tool Number Bearing Driver Attachment, 62 x 64 mm 07947-6340400 cardiagn.com NOTE: If the transmission was disassembled, the differential carrier tapered roller bearing preload must be adjusted. Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all parts before installation. 1. Dif
  • Page 571. Install the oil guide plate (A) and the 68 mm thrust shim (B). 2. Install the differential carrier bearing outer race (C) until it bottoms using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 62 x 68 mm bearing driver attachment so there is no clearance between the bearing outer race, the 68 mm thrust shim,
  • Page 581. Install the torque converter housing (A) with the dowel pins (B), and tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. cardiagn.com 5. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing Preload - Inspect 1. Install the preload inspection tool. 2. Press the preload inspection tool gradual
  • Page 59Standard: New Bearing: 1.25-1.65 N·m (12.7-16.8 kgf·cm, 11.0-14.6 lbf·in) Reused Bearing: 0.95-1.35 N·m (9.7-13.8 kgf·cm, 8.4-12.0 lbf·in) cardiagn.com 5. If the measurement is out of the standard, remove the 68 mm thrust shim, and measure its thickness, then select a suitable 68 mm thrust shim. NOT
  • Page 60No. Thickness V 1.600 mm (0.06299 in) W 1.625 mm (0.06398 in) X 1.650 mm (0.06496 in) Y 1.675 mm (0.06594 in) Z 1.700 mm (0.06693 in) 0A 1.725 mm (0.06791 in) 6. Install a selected 68 mm thrust shim, then recheck the starting torque. cardiagn.com
  • Page 61CVT Differential Carrier Bearing Preload Inspection Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Bearing Driver Attachment, 72 x 75 mm 07746-0010600 cardiagn.com Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 Attachment, 78 x 90 mm 07GAD-SD40101
  • Page 62Image Description/Tool Number Preload Inspection Tool 07HAJ-PK40201 cardiagn.com NOTE: If the transmission was disassembled, the differential carrier tapered roller bearing preload must be adjusted. Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all parts before installation. 1. Differential Carr
  • Page 632. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing Outer Race (Transmission Housing Side) - Install 1. Install the 41 x 92 x 1 mm spacer (A) by aligning the tab (B) with the groove (C). 2. Install the differential carrier tapered roller bearing outer race (D) using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 78
  • Page 64cardiagn.com 2. Install the torque converter housing (B) with the dowel pins (C) and a new gasket (D), and tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. 4. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing Preload - Inspect
  • Page 651. Rotate the differential assembly in both directions to seat the bearings using the preload inspection tool. 2. Measure the starting torque using the preload inspection tool, a torque wrench (A), and a socket (B). NOTE: Measure the starting torque at normal room temperature in both directions. Sta
  • Page 66No. Thickness S 2.475 mm (0.09744 in) T 2.525 mm (0.09941 in) U 2.575 mm (0.10138 in) V 2.625 mm (0.10335 in) W 2.675 mm (0.10531 in) X 2.725 mm (0.10728 in) Y 2.775 mm (0.10925 in) Z 2.825 mm (0.11122 in) 0A 2.875 mm (0.11319 in) 0B 2.925 mm (0.11516 in) 0C 2.975 mm (0.11713 in) 0D 3.025 mm (0.1190
  • Page 675. Install a selected 76 mm thrust shim, then recheck the starting torque. cardiagn.com
  • Page 68CVT Differential Carrier Disassembly and Reassembly Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Installer Attachment 40 mm 07LAD-PW50601 cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. The carrier bearing and the carrier bearing outer race should be replaced as a set.
  • Page 69cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace *1 Left-hand threads 1. Final Driven Gear - Remove 2. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing - Remove 1. Set a commercially available bearing puller (A) under the carrier bearings (B) as shown. 2. Remove the carrier bearings using
  • Page 70cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. The carrier bearing and the carrier bearing outer race should be replaced as a set. Adjust the carrier bearing preload after replacing the carrier bearing and the carrier bearing outer race. Apply a light coat of clean transmissi
  • Page 71cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace *1 Left-hand threads 1. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing - Install 1. Install the carrier bearings (A) until it bottoms using the 40 mm installer attachment and a press. 2. Final Driven Gear - Ins
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  • Page 73CVT Differential Carrier Disassembly and Reassembly Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 cardiagn.com Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 66 mm 07MAD-SP00100 Installer Attachment 40 mm 07LAD-PW50601 NOTE:
  • Page 74Where icon is shown, click for further information. The bearing and the bearing outer race should be replaced as a set. 1 Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace cardiagn.com *1 Left-hand threads 1. Final Driven Gear - Remove 2. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing - Remove
  • Page 751. Set a commercially available bearing puller (A) under the differential carrier tapered roller bearings (B) as shown. 2. Remove the bearings using the commercially available bearing puller and a commercially available spacer (C). cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further informatio
  • Page 76cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace *1 Left-hand threads 1. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing - Install Transmission Housing Side 1. Install the differential carrier tapered roller bearing (A) until it bottoms using the 15 x 135L dri
  • Page 77Torque Converter Housing Side 2. Install the differential carrier tapered roller bearing (A) until it bottoms using the 40 mm installer attachment and a press. 2. Final Driven Gear - Install NOTE: Tighten the final driven gear bolts to the specified torque in a crisscross pattern in at least two ste
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  • Page 81CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Sensor Removal and Installation NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Sensor - Remove 1. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor (B) with the sealing washer (C).
  • Page 82CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Sensor Removal and Installation NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Sensor - Remove 1. Disconnect the connector (A). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor (B) with the sealin
  • Page 83CVT Electronic Control System Circuit Diagram cardiagn.com
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  • Page 94CVT Oil Seal Replacement Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Attachment, 22 x 24 mm 07746-001A800 cardiagn.com Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 58 mm 07JAD-PH80101
  • Page 95Image Description/Tool Number Oil Seal Driver, 65 mm 07JAD-PL9A100 cardiagn.com NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Left Differential Oil Seal 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover - Remove 3. Transmission Fluid - Drain 4. Left Driveshaft Inboard Joint - Disconnect 5. Left Dif
  • Page 966. Left Differential Oil Seal - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the left differential oil seal (A) flush with the transmission housing using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 58 mm oil seal driver attachment. NOTE: Before installation, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid to the surface
  • Page 979. Engine Undercover - Install Right Differential Oil Seal 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover - Remove 3. Transmission Fluid - Drain 4. Right Driveshaft Inboard Joint - Disconnect cardiagn.com 5. Right Differential Oil Seal - Remove 6. Right Differential Oil Seal - Install
  • Page 981. Install the right differential oil seal (A) flush with the torque converter housing using the 65 mm oil seal driver. NOTE: Before installation, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid to the surface both of the press-fit and the lip that are on the oil seal. cardiagn.com 7. Right Driveshaf
  • Page 995. Control Shaft Oil Seal - Remove cardiagn.com
  • Page 1006. Control Shaft Oil Seal - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the control shaft oil seal (A) flush with the transmission housing using the 22 x 24 mm attachment. NOTE: Before installation, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid to the surface both of the press-fit and the lip that are on the o
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  • Page 102CVT Oil Seal Replacement Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 cardiagn.com Oil Seal Driver Attachment 07GAD-PG40100 Oil Seal Driver, 65 mm 07JAD-PL9A100
  • Page 103NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Left Differential Oil Seal 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover - Remove 3. Transmission Fluid - Drain 4. Left Driveshaft Inboard Joint - Disconnect 5. Left Differential Oil Seal - Remove cardiagn.com 6. Left Differential Oil Seal - Install
  • Page 1041. Install the left differential oil seal (A) flush with the transmission housing using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the oil seal driver attachment. NOTE: Before installation, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid to the surface both of the press-fit and the lip that are on the oil seal.
  • Page 1054. Intermediate Shaft - Remove cardiagn.com
  • Page 1065. Right Differential Oil Seal - Remove cardiagn.com 6. Right Differential Oil Seal - Install 1. Install the right differential oil seal (A) flush with the torque converter housing using the 65 mm oil seal driver. NOTE: Before installation, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid to the surfa
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  • Page 1089. Transmission Fluid Level - Check 10.Engine Undercover - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 109CVT Pressure Test Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Pressure Gauge Adapter 070AJ-RT4A101 cardiagn.com A/T Oil Pressure Gauge Set 07406-0020400 or 07406-0020401 A/T High Pressure Gauge 07AAJ-PLYA100
  • Page 110Image Description/Tool Number A/T Pressure Hose, 2,210 mm 07MAJ-PY4011A A/T Pressure Adapter 07MAJ-PY40120 cardiagn.com 1. Pressure Inspection Port - Exploded View Pressure Inspection Port - Exploded View
  • Page 111cardiagn.com NOTE: Check for DTCs. If any DTCs are stored, troubleshoot and clear them first. Do not allow dust or other foreign particles to enter the port while installing the A/T oil pressure gauge. Be sure to check the transmission fluid level after each pressure test. When installing or removin
  • Page 1122. Engine Undercover - Remove 3. Engine Undercover Lid - Remove 4. Transmission Fluid Level - Check 5. Forward Clutch Pressure - Test 1. Assemble the pressure gauge; install the 2,210 mm A/T pressure hose and the A/T pressure adapter to the A/T oil pressure gauge set. cardiagn.com 2. Remove the seal
  • Page 113Pressure Standard Forward clutch 390-880 kPa (3.98-8.97 kgf/cm2, 56.6-127.6 psi) 7. Turn the engine off. 8. If the forward clutch pressure is out of the standard, refer to the problem and probable causes listed in the table. Problem Probable causes No or low forward clutch Transmission fluid pump de
  • Page 1143. Install the pressure gauge to the reverse brake pressure inspection port. 4. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). cardiagn.com 5. Shift the transmission to R position/mode. 6. Measure the reverse brake pressure at engine idling while
  • Page 1151. Assemble the pressure gauge; install the 2,210 mm A/T pressure hose and the A/T pressure adapter to the A/T oil pressure gauge set. 2. Remove the sealing bolt (A) with the sealing washer (B). cardiagn.com 3. Install the pressure gauge to the drive pulley pressure inspection port. 4. Start the eng
  • Page 1169. Remove the pressure gauge. 10. Install the sealing bolt with a new sealing washer to the drive pulley pressure inspection port. 8. Driven Pulley Pressure - Test NOTE: Driven pulley pressure may be above 3,308 kPa (33.73 kgf/cm2, 479.8 psi) when there is a transmission problem that causes the TCM
  • Page 1178. If the driven pulley pressure is out of the standard, refer to the problems and probable causes listed in the table. Problems Probable causes No or low driven pulley Transmission fluid pump defective pressure Valve body assembly defective CVT driven pulley pressure control solenoid valve defectiv
  • Page 118CVT Pressure Test Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Pressure Gauge Adapter 070AJ-RT4A101 cardiagn.com A/T Oil Pressure Gauge Set 07406-0020400 or 07406-0020401 A/T High Pressure Gauge 07AAJ-PLYA100
  • Page 119Image Description/Tool Number A/T Pressure Hose, 2,210 mm 07MAJ-PY4011A A/T Pressure Adapter 07MAJ-PY40120 cardiagn.com 1. Pressure Inspection Port - Exploded View Pressure Inspection Port - Exploded View
  • Page 120NOTE: cardiagn.com How to read the torque specifications. Check for DTCs. If any DTCs are stored, troubleshoot and clear them first. Do not allow dust or other foreign particles to enter the port while installing the A/T oil pressure gauge. Be sure to check the transmission fluid level after each pr
  • Page 1211. When testing the oil pressure at each inspection port, select a suitable adapter from the following table, and connect each adapter to the A/T oil pressure gauge. Inspection port Tool Forward clutch Pressure gauge adapter B pressure Inspection port Tool CVT drive pulley Pressure gauge adapter B p
  • Page 1222. Remove the sealing bolt (A) with the sealing washer (B). cardiagn.com
  • Page 1233. Install the pressure gauge to the forward clutch pressure inspection port. 4. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). cardiagn.com 5. Shift the transmission to D position/mode. 6. Measure the forward clutch pressure at the engine idling
  • Page 1241. Assemble the pressure gauge; install the 2,210 mm A/T pressure hose, the A/T pressure adapter, and pressure gauge adapter B to the A/T oil pressure gauge set. 2. Remove the sealing bolt (A) with the sealing washer (B). cardiagn.com 3. Install the pressure gauge to the CVT drive pulley pressure in
  • Page 125Problems Probable causes No or low CVT drive Transmission fluid pump defective pulley pressure CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve defective Valve body assembly defective CVT drive pulley CVT drive pulley pressure control solenoid valve pressure too high defective Valve body assembly de
  • Page 1266. Install the pressure gauge to pressure gauge adapter E (quick connector). 7. Connect the connector (A) to the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor (B). cardiagn.com 8. Temporarily install the air cleaner. 9. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on
  • Page 12716. Remove the pressure gauge and pressure gauge adapter E (quick connector). 17. Remove the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor. 18. Install the CVT driven pulley pressure sensor. 19. Install the air cleaner. 10.Reverse Brake Pressure - Test 1. Assemble the pressure gauge; install the 2,210 mm A/T pr
  • Page 1285. Install the pressure gauge to the reverse brake pressure inspection port. 6. Temporarily install the air cleaner. cardiagn.com 7. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 8. Shift the transmission to R position/mode. 9. Measure the revers
  • Page 12911. Transmission Fluid Level - Check 12.All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 130CVT Road Test 1. HDS - Connect 2. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 3. Vehicle - Road Test 1. Park the vehicle on level ground. 2. Apply the parking brake, and block all four wheels. cardiagn.com 3. Shift the trans
  • Page 13113. Accelerate quickly until the accelerator pedal is to the floor. Maintain a steady pedal until the vehicle reaches to reasonable speed, then slow to a stop, and save the snapshot. 14. Review each snapshot individually, and compare APP Sensor A (V), the Vehicle Speed, and the Engine Speed to the f
  • Page 132CVT Road Test 1. HDS - Connect 2. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 3. Vehicle - Road Test 1. Park the vehicle on level ground. 2. Apply the parking brake, and block all four wheels. cardiagn.com 3. Shift the trans
  • Page 13313. Accelerate quickly until the accelerator pedal is to the floor. Maintain a steady pedal until the vehicle reaches reasonable speed, then slow to a stop, and save the snapshot. 14. Review each snapshot individually, and compare APP Sensor A (V), the Vehicle Speed, and the Engine Speed to the foll
  • Page 134Speed Stage Vehicle Speed Engine Speed 5th 25 mph (40 km/h) 967-1,567 rpm 37 mph (60 km/h) 1,600-2,200 rpm 62 mph (100 km/h) 2,867-3,467 rpm 6th 37 mph (60 km/h) 1,226-1,826 rpm 62 mph (100 km/h) 2,244-2,844 rpm 7th 62 mph (100 km/h) 1,751-2,351 rpm 16. Park the vehicle on an upward slope (about 16
  • Page 135CVT Solenoid Valve Test NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Solenoid Valve Resistance Check 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine Undercover Lid - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Solenoid Valve - Resistance Check 1. Disconnect the connector (A). NOTE: To preven
  • Page 136If the resistance is within the standard, the test is complete, and install all removed parts. If the resistance is out of the standard, check the solenoid valve operation. Solenoid valve Terminal Standard Resistance CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve No. 7 4.6-6.3 Ω CVT drive pulley pressur
  • Page 1371. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time. 2. Disconnect the
  • Page 1381. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time. 2. Remove the tran
  • Page 1394. Remove the valve body assembly. 5. Remove these parts in the following order. -1. Shift solenoid valve B -2. Bolts (A) -3. Harness clamp brackets (C) cardiagn.com 6. Remove the secondary valve body (A) with the dowel pins (B).
  • Page 1407. Remove the lock pin (A), then remove the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve (B). cardiagn.com 8. Connect a tube (A) to the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve (B). 9. Connect a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to connector terminal No. 2, and connect another jumper wire
  • Page 141NOTE: Check the connector for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. Shift Solenoid Valve B 1. Shift Solenoid Valve B - Operation Check 1. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the le
  • Page 1425. Connect a tube (A) to shift solenoid valve B. 6. Blow air into the tube. If the air goes out of the port (C), go to the next step. If the air does not go out of the port (C), replace shift solenoid valve B. 7. Connect a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to connector (D) terminal No.
  • Page 143CVT Solenoid Valve Test NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Solenoid Valve Resistance Check 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover - Remove (Without Engine Undercover Lid) 3. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove (With Engine Undercover Lid) cardiagn.com 4. Engine Undercover Lid - R
  • Page 144If the resistance is within the standard, the test is complete, and install all removed parts. If the resistance is out of the standard, check the solenoid valve operation. Solenoid valve Terminal Standard Resistance CVT clutch pressure control solenoid valve No. 1 4.7-5.9 Ω CVT drive pulley pressur
  • Page 1451. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time. 2. Remove the tran
  • Page 1461. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time. 2. Remove the tran
  • Page 1471. Remove the valve body assembly. 2. Disconnect the connector (A). 3. Connect a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to connector (male terminals) (B) terminal No. 2, and connect another jumper wire from the negative battery terminal to connector terminal No. 1. If a clicking sound is hea
  • Page 1481. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time. 2. Disconnect the
  • Page 1491. Remove the transmission fluid pan. NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time. 2. Disconnect the
  • Page 150CVT Speed Sensor Removal and Installation 1. Speed Sensor - Exploded View Speed Sensor - Exploded View cardiagn.com NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. CVT Speed Sensor 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. Intake Air Duct - Remove 3. CVT Speed Sensor - Remove
  • Page 1511. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the CVT speed sensor (B) with the O-ring (C). cardiagn.com 4. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to use a new O-ring which should be applied a light coat of clean transmission fluid before install
  • Page 1521. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the CVT drive pulley speed sensor (B) with the O-ring (C). cardiagn.com 5. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to use a new O-ring which should be applied a light coat of clean transmission fluid b
  • Page 1531. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the torque converter turbine speed sensor (B) with the O-ring (C). cardiagn.com 5. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to use a new O-ring which should be applied a light coat of clean transmission
  • Page 154CVT Speed Sensor Removal and Installation 1. Speed Sensor - Exploded View Speed Sensor - Exploded View cardiagn.com NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. CVT Speed Sensor 1. CVT Speed Sensor - Remove
  • Page 1551. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the CVT speed sensor (B) with the O-ring (C). cardiagn.com 2. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to use a new O-ring which should be applied a light coat of clean transmission fluid before install
  • Page 1561. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the CVT drive pulley speed sensor (B) with the O-ring (C). 3. All Removed Parts - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to use a new O-ring which should be applied a light coat of clean transmission fluid b
  • Page 1571. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the torque converter turbine speed sensor (B) with the O-ring (C). cardiagn.com 6. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to use a new O-ring which should be applied a light coat of clean transmission
  • Page 158CVT Symptom Troubleshooting - HDS does not communicate with the TCM cardiagn.com HDS does not communicate with the TCM NOTE: Information marked with an asterisk (*1) applies to the model not equipped with keyless access system, and an asterisk (*2) applies to the model equipped with keyless access s
  • Page 159YES The CVT system communication is OK. Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. Fuse check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuses. Fuse No. A16 (15 A) Location Under-hood fuse/relay box Fuse No. B4 (10 A)*1 No. B17 (10 A)*2 Locat
  • Page 1605. Open wire check (GND1(TCU) line, GND2(TCU) line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode TCM 50P connector: disconnected Test point 1 TCM 50P connector No. 9 TCM 50P connector No. 10 Test point 2 Bo
  • Page 161CVT Symptom Troubleshooting - HDS does not communicate with the TCM cardiagn.com HDS does not communicate with the TCM NOTE: Information marked with an asterisk (*1) applies to the model not equipped with keyless access system, and an asterisk (*2) applies to the model equipped with keyless access s
  • Page 162YES The CVT system communication is OK. Intermittent failure, the system is OK at this time.■ NO Go to step 2. 2. Fuse check: ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check the following fuses. Fuse No. A16 (15 A) Location Under-hood fuse/relay box Fuse No. B4 (10 A)*1 No. B17 (10 A)*2 Locat
  • Page 1635. Open wire check (GND1(TCU) line, GND2(TCU) line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode TCM 50P connector: disconnected Test point 1 TCM 50P connector No. 9 TCM 50P connector No. 10 Test point 2 Bo
  • Page 164CVT Symptom Troubleshooting Index NOTE: Do an all DTC check with the HDS, and troubleshoot any DTCs first before following the repair procedures listed in the index. Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes With the vehicle in the TCM defective Check the F-CAN communication line. ON mode, the shift F-CAN com
  • Page 165Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Engine runs, but vehicle Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. does not move in any Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. positions/modes out of adjustment Adjust the engine output. Eng
  • Page 166Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Vehicle does not move in Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. D, S, or L out of adjustment Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the positions/modes Shift cable broken or out of adjustment control lever. Control
  • Page 167Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Vehicle does not move in Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. R position/mode out of adjustment Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the Shift cable broken or out of adjustment control lever. Control pin broken
  • Page 168Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Engine stalls when Engine output low Adjust the engine output. shifted to R Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft, Check the drive pulley, the driven pulley, the pulley position/mode from N steel belt, and pulley related parts worn or shafts, the steel belt, and p
  • Page 169Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Poor acceleration TCM defective Check the CVT drive pulley speed sensor for wear and damage, and also check the O-ring for wear and CVT drive pulley speed sensor defective damage. Engine output low Adjust the engine output. Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft, C
  • Page 170Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Excessive shock when TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. accelerating and Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If decelerating necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (
  • Page 171Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Vehicle does not creep TCM defective Check the CVT drive pulley speed sensor for wear and on a flat road in D, S, or damage, and also check the O-ring for wear and CVT drive pulley speed sensor defective L positions/modes damage. Engine output low Adjust the engine ou
  • Page 172Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Late shift after shifting to TCM defective Check the torque converter turbine speed sensor for D position/mode from N wear and damage, and also check the O-ring for wear Torque converter turbine speed sensor position/mode, and and damage. defective return to N positio
  • Page 173Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Unstable engine speed TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (HCF-2) deteriorated Transmiss
  • Page 174Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Excessive shock when TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. starting off Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (HCF-2) deteriorat
  • Page 175Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Excessive idle vibration TCM defective Adjust the engine output in R, D, S, or L Engine output low Check the drive pulley, the driven pulley, the pulley positions/modes shafts, the steel belt, and pulley related parts for wear Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft
  • Page 176Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Noise from transmission Forward clutch defective Inspect the clearance between the forward clutch in N and P end-plate and the top disc. If the clearance is out of Input shaft assembly worn or damaged positions/modes tolerance, replace the input shaft assembly. Revers
  • Page 177Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Noise from transmission Input shaft assembly worn or damaged Inspect the input shaft assembly for wear and damage. in R position/mode If the input shaft assembly is worn or damaged, replace Reverse brake defective it and also check the related part of the input shaft
  • Page 178Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Stall speed high TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (HCF-2) deteriorated Forward clutch
  • Page 179Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Shift lever does not Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. operate smoothly out of adjustment Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the Shift cable broken or out of adjustment control lever. Control pin broken Che
  • Page 180CVT Symptom Troubleshooting Index NOTE: Do an all DTC check with the HDS, and troubleshoot any DTCs first before following the repair procedures listed in the index. Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes With the vehicle in the F-CAN communication line error Check the F-CAN communication line. ON mode, th
  • Page 181Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Engine runs, but vehicle Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. does not move in any Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. positions/modes out of adjustment Adjust the engine output. Eng
  • Page 182Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Vehicle does not move in Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. D, S, or L out of adjustment Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the positions/modes Shift cable broken or out of adjustment control lever. Control
  • Page 183Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Vehicle does not move in Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. R position/mode out of adjustment Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the Shift cable broken or out of adjustment control lever. Control pin broken
  • Page 184Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Engine stalls when Engine output low Adjust the engine output. shifted to R Forward clutch defective Inspect the clearance between the forward clutch position/mode from N Planetary carrier assembly worn or end-plate and the top disc. If the clearance is out of positio
  • Page 185Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Poor acceleration TCM defective Check the CVT drive pulley speed sensor for wear and damage, and also check the O-ring for wear and CVT drive pulley speed sensor defective damage. Engine output low Adjust the engine output. Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft, C
  • Page 186Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Excessive shock when TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. accelerating and Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If decelerating necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (
  • Page 187Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Vehicle does not creep TCM defective Check the CVT drive pulley speed sensor for wear and on a flat road in D, S, or damage, and also check the O-ring for wear and CVT drive pulley speed sensor defective L positions/modes damage. Engine output low Adjust the engine ou
  • Page 188Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Late shift after shifting to TCM defective Check the torque converter turbine speed sensor for D position/mode from N wear and damage, and also check the O-ring for wear Torque converter turbine speed sensor position/mode, and and damage. defective return to N positio
  • Page 189Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Unstable engine speed TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (HCF-2) deteriorated Transmiss
  • Page 190Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Excessive shock when TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. starting off Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (HCF-2) deteriorat
  • Page 191Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Excessive idle vibration TCM defective Adjust the engine output in R, D, S, or L Engine output low Check the drive pulley, the driven pulley, the pulley positions/modes shafts, the steel belt, and pulley related parts for wear Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft
  • Page 192Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Noise from transmission Forward clutch defective Inspect the clearance between the forward clutch in N and P end-plate and the top disc. If the clearance is out of Input shaft assembly worn or damaged positions/modes tolerance, replace the input shaft assembly. Revers
  • Page 193Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Noise from transmission Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft, Check the drive pulley, the driven pulley, the pulley in D, S, or L steel belt, and pulley related parts worn or shafts, the steel belt, and pulley related parts for wear positions/modes damaged and da
  • Page 194Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Noise from transmission Drive pulley, driven pulley, pulley shaft, Check the drive pulley, the driven pulley, the pulley in R position/mode steel belt, and pulley related parts worn or shafts, the steel belt, and pulley related parts for wear damaged and damage. If th
  • Page 195Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Stall speed high TCM defective Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) level. Low transmission fluid (HCF-2) level Check the transmission fluid (HCF-2) condition. If necessary, replace the transmission fluid (HCF-2). Transmission fluid (HCF-2) deteriorated Forward clutch
  • Page 196Symptom Probable cause(s) Notes Shift lever does not Transmission range switch defective or Inspect the transmission range switch. operate smoothly out of adjustment Check for a loose shift cable at the shift lever and the Shift cable broken or out of adjustment control lever. Control pin broken Che
  • Page 197CVT System DTC Troubleshooting Index NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and any on-board snapshot with the HDS, and review the General Troubleshooting Information. Shift MIL DTC*(1) Position Detection Item Indicator P0501 (36)*(2) Blinks ON CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Range/Performan
  • Page 198Shift MIL DTC*(1) Position Detection Item Indicator P0977 (8)*(2) Blinks ON Shift Solenoid Valve "B" Circuit High P1717 (62)*(2) Blinks OFF Transmission Range Switch ATP RVS Switch (Open or Short) P1840 (36) CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Blinks OFF Range/Performance P1841 (36) CVT Speed
  • Page 199CVT System DTC Troubleshooting Index NOTE: Before you troubleshoot, record all freeze data and any on-board snapshot with the HDS, and review the General Troubleshooting Information. Shift MIL DTC*(1) Position Detection Item Indicator P0501 (36)*(2) Blinks ON CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Range/Performan
  • Page 200Shift MIL DTC*(1) Position Detection Item Indicator P0977 (8)*(2) Blinks ON Shift Solenoid Valve "B" Circuit High P1717 (62)*(2) Blinks OFF Transmission Range Switch ATP RVS Switch (Open or Short) P1840 (36) CVT Speed Sensor Circuit Forward Rotation Blinks OFF Range/Performance P1841 (36) CVT Speed
  • Page 201CVT Transmission Disassembly and Reassembly Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Reverse Brake Spring Compressor Set 070AF-5T0A100 cardiagn.com Adjustable Bearing Puller, 25-40 mm 07736-A01000B* Bearing Driver Attachment, 52 x 55 mm 07746-0010400
  • Page 202Image Description/Tool Number Bearing Driver Attachment, 62 x 68 mm 07746-0010500 Attachment, 22 x 24 mm 07746-001A800 cardiagn.com Driver Handle, 40 mm I.D. 07746-0030100 Bearing Driver Attachment, 30 mm I.D. 07746-0030300
  • Page 203Image Description/Tool Number Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 Bearing Driver Attachment, 62 x 64 mm 07947-6340400 cardiagn.com Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 71.5 mm 07GAD-SE00100 Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 58 mm 07JAD-PH80101
  • Page 204Image Description/Tool Number Oil Seal Driver, 65 mm 07JAD-PL9A100 Snap Ring Pliers 07LGC-0010100 cardiagn.com Adjustable Bearing Puller, 45-75 mm 07YAC-0010102* Clutch Compressor Attachment 07ZAE-PRP0100
  • Page 205Image Description/Tool Number Clutch Compressor Attachment 64 mm 07ZAE-PRPA110 *: This tool must be used with a commercially available 3/8"-16 slide hammer. cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Mark or place all removed parts in order in a parts rack so they can be
  • Page 206Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace cardiagn.com 2
  • Page 207cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 3
  • Page 208cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace *1 Selective use Integrated washer Separated washer
  • Page 2094 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 5
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  • Page 211cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 6
  • Page 212cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 1. Transmission Hanger - Remove 2. Filler Cap - Remove 3. Breather Cap - Remove
  • Page 2134. Left Differential Oil Seal - Remove 5. TCM - Remove 6. Control Lever - Remove 1. Pry down the lock tab (A) of the lock washer (B), then remove the control lever (C). 7. Control Shaft Cover - Remove cardiagn.com 8. Transmission Range Switch - Remove 9. CVT Speed Sensor - Remove 10.CVT Drive Pulley
  • Page 21413.Sealing Bolt - Remove 14.Filler Plug - Remove 15.Drain Plug - Remove 16.Transmission Fluid Pan - Remove 17.Magnet - Remove 18.Transmission Fluid Strainer - Remove cardiagn.com 19.Transmission Fluid Strainer - Check 1. Clean the inlet opening (A) of the transmission fluid strainer (B) thoroughly w
  • Page 2151. Remove the valve body assembly mounting bolts. 2. Remove the valve body assembly straightly (A) and disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com NOTE: Be careful not to damage the solenoid wire harness. 21.10.9 x 29 mm Pipe - Remove 22.10.9 x 48 mm Pipe - Remove 23.10.9 x 75.5 mm Pipe - Remove 24.1
  • Page 21626.Solenoid Wire Harness Connector - Remove 27.Transmission Fluid Pump - Remove 28.Sealing Bolt - Remove 29.End Cover - Remove 30.End Cover Plate - Remove cardiagn.com 31.16 mm Sealing Ring - Remove 32.Snap Ring - Remove 1. Remove the snap ring (A) using commercially available snap ring pliers (B).
  • Page 2171. Remove the driven pulley shaft bearing (A) using the 45-75 mm adjustable bearing puller and a commercially available 3/8"-16 slide hammer (B). 34.8 x 52.2 mm Pipe - Remove cardiagn.com 35.8 x 244 mm Pipe - Remove 36.10.9 x 48 mm Pipe - Remove 37.Cooler Pipe - Remove 38.Parking Brake Pawl - Remove
  • Page 2181. Pry down the lock tabs (A) of the lock washer (B). 2. Remove the parking brake rod holder (C). 42.Torque Converter Housing - Remove cardiagn.com 43.Input Shaft Oil Seal - Remove 44.Right Differential Oil Seal - Remove 45.Input Shaft Bearing - Remove 46.Snap Ring - Remove 47.Bearing Set Plate - Re
  • Page 2191. Remove the driven pulley shaft bearing (A) using the 25-40 mm adjustable bearing puller and a commercially available 3/8"-16 slide hammer (B). 49.Oil Guide Plate - Remove cardiagn.com 50.Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing Outer Race (Torque Converter Housing Side) - Remove 1. Remove the
  • Page 2201. Remove the final drive shaft tapered roller bearing outer race (A) by heating the torque converter housing to about 212 °F (100 °C) using a heat gun (B). NOTE: Do not heat the torque converter housing more than 212 °F (100 °C). 54.51 mm Thrust Shim - Remove cardiagn.com 55.Final Drive Shaft Assem
  • Page 22159.Snap Ring - Remove cardiagn.com
  • Page 22260.Snap Ring - Remove 61.Detent Spring - Remove 62.Control Shft and Detent Lever - Remove 1. Pry down the lock tab (A) of the lock washer (B). 2. Remove the roller (C), then remove the control shaft (D). 3. Remove the detent lever (E). cardiagn.com 63.Control Shaft Oil Seal - Remove 64.Manual Valve
  • Page 22368.56.7 mm Sealing Ring - Remove 69.Snap Ring - Remove 1. Remove the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers. cardiagn.com 70.Transmission Fluid Pump Drive Sprocket - Remove 1. Remove the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket (A) using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 52 x 55 mm bearing driver
  • Page 2241. While expanding the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers, remove the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket bearing (B). 72.Snap Ring - Remove cardiagn.com 73.Lubrication Pipe - Remove 74.Stator Shaft - Remove 75.42.3 mm Sealing Ring - Remove 76.26 x 38.8 mm Thrust Shim - Remove 77.26 x 40.8
  • Page 225NOTE: Note the depth (A) between the surface of the transmission housing (B) and the clutch guide (C). The recorded value of the depth will be the standard one when installing the input shaft assembly. 79.22.2 mm Sealing Ring - Remove cardiagn.com 80.16 x 20 x 16.8 mm Needle Bearing - Remove 81.Snap
  • Page 22686.Ring Gear - Remove cardiagn.com
  • Page 22787.33.5 x 53 x 1 mm Thrust Washer - Remove 88.40 x 54 x 6 mm Collar - Remove 89.Reverse Brake - Remove 1. Remove the snap ring (A). 2. Remove the reverse brake end-plate (B). 3. Remove the reverse brake discs (C) and the reverse brake plates (D). cardiagn.com 4. Remove the disc spring (E). 90.Snap R
  • Page 2281. Put the reverse brake spring compressor attachment (A) on the spring retainer/return spring assembly (B). NOTE: Be sure the attachment is set over the return springs, not on the reverse brake piston (C). 2. Install the reverse brake spring compressor plate (D) with facing the UP mark to the upsid
  • Page 2291. Remove the differential carrier tapered roller bearing outer race (A) by heating the transmission housing to about 212 °F (100 °C) using a heat gun (B). NOTE: Do not heat the transmission housing more than 212 °F (100 °C). cardiagn.com 94.Spacer - Remove 95.Final Drive Shaft Tapered Roller Bearin
  • Page 2301. Remove the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers. 98.Cotter Retainer - Remove cardiagn.com 99.25.5 mm Cotter - Remove 100.Secondary Drive Gear - Remove 1. Remove the secondary drive gear (A) using a puller (B) and a commercially available spacer (C). NOTE:
  • Page 231Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. When you reassemble the transmission, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all oil seals, O-rings, bearings, and shaft splines. Also soak the forward clutch assembly and the reverse b
  • Page 2322 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 3
  • Page 233cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 4
  • Page 234cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace *1 Selective use Integrated washer Separated washer
  • Page 2355 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace
  • Page 2366 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Secondary Drive Gear - Install
  • Page 2371. Install the secondary drive gear (A) as shown using the 40 mm I.D. driver handle and the 30 mm I.D. bearing driver attachment. 2. 25.5 mm Cotter - Install cardiagn.com 3. Cotter Retainer - Install 4. Snap Ring - Install 1. Install the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers. NOTE: Be careful not
  • Page 2381. Install the final drive shaft tapered roller bearing outer race (A) until it bottoms using the 40 mm I.D. driver handle. 7. Spacer - Install cardiagn.com 8. Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing Outer Race (Transmission Housing Side) - Install 1. Install the differential carrier tapered rol
  • Page 2391. Install the spring retainer/return spring assembly (A) by aligning their holes (B) with the bosses (C). cardiagn.com 11. Snap Ring - Install 1. Put the reverse brake spring compressor attachment (A) on the spring retainer/return spring assembly (B). NOTE: Be sure the attachment is set over the re
  • Page 2401. Install the disc spring (A). NOTE: Be sure to install the disc spring with the indented mark (B) facing the upward. 2. Starting with the reverse brake plate (C), alternately install the reverse brake plates and the reverse brake discs (D). 3. Install the reverse brake end-plate (E) with the flat
  • Page 2412. Zero the dial indicator with the reverse brake end-plate is lifted up to the snap ring (C). 3. Release the reverse brake end-plate. 4. Put the clutch compressor attachment and the 64 mm clutch compressor attachment on the reverse brake end-plate. 5. Press the clutch compressor attachment down wit
  • Page 24217.37 x 53.1 x 3 mm Thrust Needle Bearing - Install NOTE: Make sure the 37 x 53.1 x 3 mm thrust needle bearing is installed in the correct direction. 18.Planetary Carrier - Install 19.Sun Gear - Install 20.33 x 40 mm Thrust Shim - Install 21.Snap Ring - Install 1. Install the snap ring (A) using the
  • Page 243cardiagn.com 2. Zero the dial indicator with the sun gear is lifted up to the 33 x 40 mm thrust shim (C) contact the snap ring (D). 3. Release the sun gear. 4. Put the clutch compressor attachment on the sun gear. 5. Press the clutch compressor attachment down with 49 N (5.0 kgf, 11.0 lbf) (the weig
  • Page 244No. Thickness C 1.37 mm (0.0539 in) D 1.40 mm (0.0551 in) E 1.43 mm (0.0563 in) F 1.46 mm (0.0575 in) G 1.49 mm (0.0587 in) H 1.52 mm (0.0598 in) I 1.55 mm (0.0610 in) J 1.58 mm (0.0622 in) K 1.61 mm (0.0634 in) L 1.64 mm (0.0646 in) M 1.67 mm (0.0657 in) N 1.70 mm (0.0669 in) O 1.73 mm (0.0681 in)
  • Page 2451. Install the input shaft (A) by aligning the clutch discs (B) with the sun gear (C), and aligning the clutch guide (D) with the ring gear (E). cardiagn.com 2. Measure the depth (A) between the surface of the transmission housing (B) and the clutch guide (C), then make sure the measured value of th
  • Page 24629.Stator Shaft - Install 30.Lubrication Pipe - Install NOTE: Be sure to install the lubrication pipe (A) by aligning the guide tab (B) with the guide hole (C). cardiagn.com 31.Snap Ring - Install NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring
  • Page 24733.Transmission Fluid Pump Drive Sprocket - Install 1. Install the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket (A) until it bottoms using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 52 x 55 mm bearing driver attachment. cardiagn.com 34.Snap Ring - Install 1. Install the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers.
  • Page 248NOTE: Align the holes (A) of the stator shaft flange with the lubrication pipe (B) and the dowel pin (C) when installing the stator shaft flange. cardiagn.com 38.Manual Valve - Install 39.Manual Valve Body - Install 40.Control Shaft Oil Seal - Install
  • Page 2491. Install the control shfat oil seal (A) flush with the transmission housing using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 22 x 24 mm attachment. cardiagn.com
  • Page 25041.Control Shaft and Detent Lever - Install 1. Install the detent lever (A) by aligning the guide tab (B) of the detent lever with the opening (C) of the manual valve. 2. Install the control shaft (D) into the transmission housing and the detent lever, then install the roller (E) to secure the contr
  • Page 2511. While expanding the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers, install the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket (B) and the transmission fluid pump drive chain (C). NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is firmly installed in the
  • Page 25251.Oil Guide Plate - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 25352.68 mm Thrust Shim - Install 53.Differential Carrier Tapered Roller Bearing Outer Race (Torque Converter Housing Side) - Install 1. Install the differential carrier bearing outer race (A) until it bottoms using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 62 x 68 mm bearing driver attachment so there is no
  • Page 25457.Snap Ring - Install NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is firmly installed in the groove. 58.Input Shaft Bearing - Install 1. While expanding the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers, install the torque converter housing bea
  • Page 2551. Install the input shaft oil seal (A) flush with the torque converter housing using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 71.5 mm oil seal driver attachment. cardiagn.com 61.Torque Converter Housing - Install NOTE: Do the following procedure whenever installing the parts. 1. Remove all of the old li
  • Page 2564. Install the torque converter housing with the dowel pins, and tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. NOTE: Wait for at least 1 hour before filling the transmission with transmission fluid. Do not run the engine for at least 3 hours after installing the torque converter h
  • Page 2571. Install the parking brake pawl (A) with the parking shaft (B) and the parking pawl spring (C) as shown. cardiagn.com 64.Cooler Pipe - Install 65.10.9 x 48 mm Pipe - Install 66.8 x 244 mm Pipe - Install 67.8 x 52.2 mm Pipe - Install 68.Driven Pulley Shaft Bearing (End Cover Side) - Install
  • Page 2581. Install the secondary shaft bearing (A) using the 65 mm oil seal driver. 69.Snap Ring - Install cardiagn.com 1. Install the snap ring (A) using commercially available snap ring pliers (B). NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is f
  • Page 259NOTE: Do the following procedure whenever installing the parts. 1. Remove all of the old liquid gasket from the mating surfaces of the transmission housing and the end cover, the bolts, and the bolt holes. 2. Clean and dry the mating surfaces of the transmission housing and the end cover. 3. Apply l
  • Page 260cardiagn.com 77.18 x 21 mm Pipe - Install 78.10.9 x 75.5 mm Pipe - Install 79.10.9 x 48 mm Pipe - Install 80.10.9 x 29 mm Pipe - Install 81.Valve Body Assembly - Install
  • Page 2611. Connect the connector (A) and install the valve body assembly (B) straightly. NOTE: Do not pinch the solenoid wire harness. 2. Install the valve body assembly mounting bolts. cardiagn.com Bolt Length A 90 mm (3.54 in) B 65 mm (2.56 in) 82.Transmission Fluid Strainer - Install NOTE: Do not pinch t
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  • Page 26387.Sealing Bolt - Install 88.CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Sensor - Install 89.Torque Converter Turbine Speed Sensor - Install 90.CVT Drive Pulley Speed Sensor - Install 91.CVT Speed Sensor - Install 92.Transmission Range Switch - Install cardiagn.com 1. Turn the control shaft (A) to the P position, th
  • Page 2645. Remove the feeler gauge. 93.Control Shaft Cover - Install 94.Control Lever - Install 1. Install the control lever (A) with the lock washer (B). 2. Pry up the lock tab (C) of the lock washer against the bolt head. cardiagn.com 3. Turn the control lever to the P position. 95.TCM - Install 96.Left D
  • Page 2651. Install the differential oil seal (A) flush with the transmission housing using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 58 mm oil seal driver attachment. 97.Breather Cap - Install cardiagn.com 98.Filler Cap - Install 99.Transmission Hanger - Install
  • Page 266CVT Transmission Disassembly and Reassembly Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Reverse Brake Spring Compressor Set 070AF-RJ2A100 cardiagn.com Bearing Driver Attachment, 72 x 75 mm 07746-0010600 Attachment, 22 x 24 mm 07746-001A800
  • Page 267Image Description/Tool Number Driver Handle, 40 mm I.D. 07746-0030100 Bearing Driver Attachment, 30 mm I.D. 07746-0030300 cardiagn.com Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 Bearing Driver Attachment, 62 x 64 mm 07947-6340400
  • Page 268Image Description/Tool Number Fuel Sender Wrench 07AAA-S0XA100 Oil Seal Driver Attachment 07GAD-PG40100 cardiagn.com Attachment, 78 x 90 mm 07GAD-SD40101
  • Page 269Image Description/Tool Number Oil Seal Driver, 65 mm 07JAD-PL9A100 Attachment, 70 mm 07LAD-PW50500 cardiagn.com Snap Ring Pliers 07LGC-0010100 Bearing Driver Attachment, 78 x 80 mm 07NAD-PX40100
  • Page 270Image Description/Tool Number Adjustable Bearing Puller, 45-75 mm 07YAC-0010102* *: 07YAC-0010102 must be used with a commercially available 3/8"-16 slide hammer. cardiagn.com NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Mark or place all removed parts in order in a parts rack so they c
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  • Page 277cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 1. Transmission Hanger - Remove
  • Page 2782. Filler Cap A - Remove 3. Filler Cap B - Remove 4. Breather Cap - Remove 5. Left Differential Oil Seal - Remove 6. TCM - Remove cardiagn.com 7. Transmission Range Switch - Remove 8. CVT Speed Sensor - Remove 9. CVT Drive Pulley Speed Sensor - Remove 10.Torque Converter Turbine Speed Sensor - Remov
  • Page 27916.Magnet - Remove 17.Transmission Fluid Strainer - Remove 18.Transmission Fluid Strainer - Check 1. Clean the inlet opening (A) of the transmission fluid strainer (B) thoroughly with compressed air. 2. Check that it is in good condition and that the inlet opening is not clogged. 3. Test the straine
  • Page 2803. Remove the guide plate (A). 4. Remove the valve body assembly (B) straightly. NOTE: Do not remove the bolts with no ▽ marked on. Check that the valve body assembly is free of solenoid wire harness A. Be careful not to damage solenoid wire harness A. 20.10.9 x 26 mm Pipe - Remove cardiagn.com 21.8
  • Page 28127.Solenoid Wire Harness A - Remove 28.Transmission Fluid Pump - Remove 29.Shift Solenoid Valve O/P - Remove 30.End Cover - Remove 31.12 x 89 mm Pipe - Remove 32.Lubrication Pipe D - Remove cardiagn.com 33.Lubrication Pipe E - Remove 34.22 mm Sealing Ring - Remove 35.Snap Ring - Remove 1. Remove the
  • Page 2821. Remove the driven pulley shaft bearing (A) using the 45-75 mm adjustable bearing puller and a commercially available 3/8"-16 slide hammer (B). cardiagn.com 37.Parking Brake Pawl - Remove 38.Parking Shaft - Remove 39.Parking Pawl Spring - Remove 40.Parking Brake Rod Holder - Remove 1. Pry down the
  • Page 28342.Input Shaft Oil Seal - Remove 43.Right Differential Oil Seal - Remove 44.Oil Guide Plate - Remove 45.Lubrication Plate - Remove 46.Transmission Fluid Pump Drive Sprocket and Transmission Fluid Pump Drive Chain - Remove 1. While expanding the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers, remove the tr
  • Page 2841. Pry down the lock tab of the lock washer (A). 2. Remove the bearing set plate (B). 3. Remove the transmission fluid pump driven sprocket (C) by heating the torque converter housing to about 212 °F (100 °C) using a heat gun (D). NOTE: Do not heat the torque converter housing more than 212 °F (100
  • Page 28551.Final Drive Shaft Tapered Roller Bearing Outer Race (Torque Converter Housing Side) - Remove 1. Remove the final drive shaft tapered roller bearing outer race (A) by heating the torque converter housing to about 212 °F (100 °C) using a heat gun (B). NOTE: Do not heat the torque converter housing
  • Page 2861. Pry down the lock tab of the lock washer (A). 2. Remove the roller (B). 3. Remove the control shaft (C) and the detent lever (D). cardiagn.com 58.Control Shaft Oil Seal - Remove 59.Manual Valve Body - Remove 60.Manual Valve - Remove 61.Check Ball - Remove NOTE: Be careful not to drop the check ba
  • Page 28765.47 mm Sealing Ring - Remove 66.32 x 42 mm Thrust Shim - Remove 67.29.55 x 45 x 3.62 mm Thrust Needle Bearing - Remove 68.Input Shaft Assembly - Remove NOTE: Note the depth (A) between the surface of the transmission housing (B) and the clutch guide (C). The recorded value of the depth will be the
  • Page 2881. Remove the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers. 75.Cotter Retainer - Remove 76.32.5 mm Cotter - Remove cardiagn.com 77.Sun Gear - Remove 78.Planetary Carrier Assembly - Remove 79.50 x 65 x 3 mm Thrust Washer - Remove 80.40 x 63 x 5.5 mm Washer - Remove 81.Reverse Brake - Remove
  • Page 2891. Remove the snap ring (A). 2. Remove the reverse brake end-plate (B). 3. Remove the reverse brake discs (C) and the reverse brake plates (D). 4. Remove the disc spring (E). cardiagn.com 82.Snap Ring - Remove 1. Put the reverse brake spring compressor attachment (A) on the spring retainer/return sp
  • Page 29084.Reverse Brake Piston - Remove 1. Remove the reverse brake piston (A) with the O-rings (B) while applying air pressure to the reverse brake hydraulic circuit hole (C). NOTE: Cover the hydraulic circuit hole using a shop towel to prevent scatter of the transmission fluid. cardiagn.com 85.Final Driv
  • Page 2911. Remove the differential carrier tapered roller bearing outer race (A) by heating the transmission housing to about 212 °F (100 °C) using a heat gun (B). NOTE: Do not heat the transmission housing more than 212 °F (100 °C). 87.41 x 92 x 1 mm Spacer - Remove 88.Snap Ring - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Re
  • Page 2921. Remove the driven pulley shaft bearing (A) using a commercially available bearing puller (B) and a commercially available spacer (C). cardiagn.com 92.Secondary Drive Gear - Remove 1. Remove the secondary drive gear (A) using a commercially available bearing puller (B) and a commercially available
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  • Page 297cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace
  • Page 2986 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Secondary Drive Gear - Install
  • Page 2991. Install the secondary drive gear (A) until it bottoms in the direction shown using the 40 mm I.D. driver handle and the 30 mm I.D. bearing driver attachment. cardiagn.com 2. Driven Pulley Shaft Bearing (Transmission Housing Side) - Install 1. Install the driven pulley shaft bearing (A) until it b
  • Page 3001. Install the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers. NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is firmly installed in the groove. cardiagn.com 6. 41 x 92 x 1 mm Spacer - Install 1. Install the 41 x 92 x 1 mm spacer (A) by aligning the
  • Page 3011. Install the differential carrier tapered roller bearing outer race (A) using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 78 x 90 mm attachment so there is no clearance between the bearing outer race, the 41 x 92 x 1 mm spacer, and the transmission housing. cardiagn.com 8. Final Drive Shaft Tapered Roller
  • Page 3021. Install the spring retainer/return spring assembly (A) by aligning their holes (B) with the bosses (C). 11. Snap Ring - Install 1. Put the reverse brake spring compressor attachment (A) on cardiagn.com the spring retainer/return spring assembly (B). NOTE: Be sure the attachment is set over the re
  • Page 3031. Install the disc spring (A). NOTE: Be sure to install the disc spring with the indented mark (B) facing the upward. 2. Starting with the reverse brake plate (C), alternately install the reverse brake plates and the reverse brake discs (D). 3. Install the reverse brake end-plate (E) with the flat
  • Page 304cardiagn.com 2. Zero the dial indicator with the reverse brake end-plate lifted up to the snap ring (C) by lifting the top disk (D) up. 3. Release the top disk. 4. Put the fuel sender wrench on the reverse brake end-plate. 5. Press the fuel sender wrench down with 39.2 N (4.00 kgf, 8.81 lbf) (the we
  • Page 3057. Select a new reverse brake end-plate. Reverse Brake End-Plate No. Thickness 2 4.6 mm (0.181 in) 3 4.7 mm (0.185 in) 4 4.8 mm (0.189 in) 5 4.9 mm (0.193 in) 6 5.0 mm (0.197 in) 7 5.1 mm (0.201 in) 8 5.2 mm (0.205 in) 9 5.3 mm (0.209 in) 10 5.4 mm (0.213 in) 11 5.5 mm (0.217 in) 12 5.6 mm (0.220 in
  • Page 3061. Install the snap ring (A) using the snap ring pliers. NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is firmly installed in the groove. 21.Ring Gear - Install 22.24.5 x 39.1 x 3.2 mm Thrust Needle Bearing - Install cardiagn.com NOTE: Make s
  • Page 3071. Install the input shaft assembly (A) by aligning the clutch discs (B) with the sun gear (C), and aligning the clutch guide (D) with the ring gear (E). cardiagn.com 2. Measure the depth (A) between the surface of the transmission housing (B) and the clutch guide (C), then make sure the measured va
  • Page 30830.40 mm Sealing Ring - Install 31.Stator Shaft - Install 32.Stator Shaft Flange - Install NOTE: Align the hole (A) of the stator shaft flange with the dowel pin (B) of the stator shaft when installing the stator shaft flange. cardiagn.com 33.Check Ball - Install
  • Page 309NOTE: Be careful not to drop the check balls. Do not use a magnet to install the check balls, it may magnetize the check balls. cardiagn.com 34.Manual Valve - Install 35.Manual Valve Body - Install 36.Control Shaft Oil Seal - Install 1. Install the control shaft oil seal (A) to a depth (B) of 0.5-1.
  • Page 3101. Install the detent lever (A) by aligning the guide tab (B) of the detent lever with the opening (C) of the manual valve. 2. Insert the control shaft (D) into the transmission housing and the detent lever, then install the roller (E). 3. Secure the control shaft and the detent lever with the mount
  • Page 311cardiagn.com 40.Oil Guide Plate - Install 41.80 mm Thrust Shim - Install 42.Final Drive Shaft Tapered Roller Bearing Outer Race (Torque Converter Housing Side) - Install
  • Page 3121. Install the final drive shaft tapered roller bearing outer race (A) using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 78 x 80 mm bearing driver attachment so there is no clearance between the bearing outer race, the 80 mm thrust shim, the oil guide plate, and the torque converter housing. cardiagn.com 43
  • Page 3131. Install the differential carrier tapered roller bearing outer race (A) using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 72 x 75 mm bearing driver attachment so there is no clearance between the bearing outer race, the 41 x 76.2 x 1 mm spacer, the 76 mm thrust shim, and the torque converter housing. 46.T
  • Page 314cardiagn.com 2. While expanding the snap ring using the snap ring pliers, install the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket (B) and the transmission fluid pump drive chain (C). NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is firmly installe
  • Page 3151. Install the right differential oil seal (A) flush with the torque converter housing using the 65 mm oil seal driver. NOTE: Before installation, apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid to the surface both of the press-fit and the lip that are on the oil seal. cardiagn.com 51.Input Shaft Oil
  • Page 316NOTE: Tighten the torque converter housing mounting bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. Be careful not to drop the oil guide plate. 53.Parking Brake Rod Holder - Install 1. Install the parking brake rod holder (A) with the lock washer (B). 2. Pry up the lock tabs of the lock washer.
  • Page 3171. Install the driven pulley shaft bearing (A) until it bottoms using the 15 x 135L driver handle and the 70 mm attachment. cardiagn.com 56.Snap Ring - Install 1. Install the snap ring (A) using commercially available snap ring pliers (B). NOTE: Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/clos
  • Page 3181. Install lubrication pipes D and E as shown. 59.12 x 89 mm Pipe - Install cardiagn.com 60.End Cover - Install NOTE: Tighten the end cover mounting bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. 61.Shift Solenoid Valve O/P - Install 62.Transmission Fluid Pump - Install NOTE: Align the guide p
  • Page 31965.14.3 x 36.2 mm Pipe - Install NOTE: You can install the pipe regardless of its direction. 66.10.9 x 18.5 mm Pipe - Install 67.Joint Pipe - Install NOTE: The joint pipe has the filter (A). The filter end should face the valve body assembly side. Be careful not to drop the filter. cardiagn.com 68.1
  • Page 3203. Make sure each branch of solenoid wire harness A goes through the appropriate location, especially as shown, one (B) must be located to the inside from the other (C). 4. Connect the connectors (D). 5. Install the transmission fluid temperature sensor (E). 72.Transmission Fluid Strainer - Install
  • Page 32177.Sealing Bolt - Install 78.CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Sensor - Install 79.Torque Converter Turbine Speed Sensor - Install 80.CVT Drive Pulley Speed Sensor - Install 81.CVT Speed Sensor - Install 82.Transmission Range Switch - Install cardiagn.com 1. Turn the control lever (A) to the P position. NO
  • Page 3223. Set the transmission range switch (C) to the N position. Align the cutouts (D) on the rotary-frame with the N positioning cutouts (E) on the transmission range switch, then put a 2.0 mm (0.079 in) feeler gauge blade (F) in the cutouts to hold the transmission range switch in the N position. NOTE:
  • Page 323NOTE: Be sure to install the suction hole of the breather cap to the torque converter side. 86.Filler Cap B - Install NOTE: Turn the lever toward the front of the vehicle, and install it. 87.Filler Cap A - Install NOTE: Turn the lever toward the front of the vehicle, and install it. 88.Transmission
  • Page 324CVT Transmission Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Universal Lifting Eyelet 07AAK-SNAA120 cardiagn.com Engine Support Hanger, A and Reds AAR-T1256* Subframe Adapter VSB02C000016* *: Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program 888-424-6857. 1. Tra
  • Page 325Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Exploded View cardiagn.com
  • Page 326cardiagn.com NOTE: Use fender covers to avoid damaging painted surfaces. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Special tool Reds engine support hanger AAR-T1256 must be used with the side engine mount installed. 1. Vehicle - Lift Set 2. Engine Undercover - Remove 3. Engine Undercover L
  • Page 3276. Vehicle - Lift Down 7. Steering Joint - Disconnect NOTE: Hold the steering wheel with the steering wheel holder tool. 8. Front Wheel - Remove (Both Sides) 9. Front Grille Cover - Remove 10.Air Cleaner - Remove cardiagn.com 11. 12 Volt Battery - Remove 12.12 Volt Battery Base - Remove 13.CVTF Warm
  • Page 328cardiagn.com 2. Remove the CVTF warmer with the O-rings (C) without disconnecting the CVTF warmer hoses. NOTE: The CVTF warmer is aluminum part. Be careful not to damage the CVTF warmer. 3. Put plastic bag over the CVTF warmer, then swing it out of the way. 4. Remove the CVTF warmer strainer (D) wit
  • Page 329cardiagn.com 2. Remove the ground cable (B). 3. Remove the harness clamps (C), then swing the engine wire harness (D) out of the way. 16.TCM Harness - Remove 1. Disconnect the connectors (A).
  • Page 330cardiagn.com 2. Disconnect the connector (B) by pushing the lock (C) and pulling the lever (D) in the numbered sequence shown. 3. Disconnect the connector (E) by pulling the lock (F) and the lever (G) in the numbered sequence shown. 4. Remove the ground cable (H). 5. Remove the harness cover mountin
  • Page 3311. Remove the front damper caps. cardiagn.com 2. Install the universal lifting eyelet with an about 50 mm (2.00 in) commercially available spacer (A). 3. Install the engine support hanger onto the vehicle as shown. 4. Attach the hook (B) to the slotted hole in the universal lifting eyelet. 5. Tighte
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  • Page 33321.Vehicle - Lift Up 22.Exhaust Pipe A - Remove 23.Connector (EPS Subharness) - Disconnect 1. Disconnect the connector (A) by pushing the lock (B) and pulling the lever (C) in the numbered sequence shown. 2. Disconnect the connector (D). cardiagn.com 24.Tie-Rod End Ball Joint - Disconnect (Both Side
  • Page 33428.Front Brace - Remove 29.Torque Rod Mounting Bolt - Remove cardiagn.com 30.Front Subframe - Remove
  • Page 3351. Set the subframe adapter (VSB02C000016) on a transmission jack (A), line up the slots in the arms with the bolt holes on the corner of the jack base, and tighten the bolts. 2. Attach the subframe adapter to the front subframe (B). 3. Remove the front subframe. cardiagn.com 31.Transmission - Suppo
  • Page 336NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during this procedure. 35.Transmission - Remove 1. Check once again that the transmission (A) is free of hoses and electrical wiring. 2. Hold the transmission on the transmission jack. 3. Lower the transmission by loosening the wing nut of the engine suppor
  • Page 3371. If necessary, remove the harness brackets. cardiagn.com 38.Drive Plate - Inspect 1. Inspect the drive plate, and replace it if it is damaged. NOTE: Use fender covers to avoid damaging painted surfaces. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Apply a light coat of clean transmission fl
  • Page 338cardiagn.com 2. Torque Converter - Install 1. Install the dowel pins (A). 2. Install the torque converter (B) with a new O-ring (C). NOTE: Make sure the torque converter is fully engaged on the input shaft, the stator shaft, and the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket. Failure to do so will resul
  • Page 3391. Hold the transmission (A) on a transmission jack, and raise it to engine level. NOTE: Be careful not to drop the torque converter. 2. Attach the transmission to the engine. 4. Lower Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Install cardiagn.com NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during this p
  • Page 3401. Set the subframe adapter (VSB02C000016) on a transmission jack (A), line up the slots in the arms with the bolt holes on the corner of the jack base, and tighten the bolts. 2. Attach the subframe adapter to the front subframe (B). 3. Install the front subframe. cardiagn.com 8. Torque Rod Mounting
  • Page 34111. Lower Arm Ball Joint - Connect (Both Sides) cardiagn.com 12.Lower Stabilizer Link Ball Joint - Connect (Both Sides) 13.Tie-Rod End Ball Joint - Connect (Both Sides) 14.Connector (EPS Subharness) - Connect 1. Connect the connectors (A), and make sure they are fully seated. 15.Exhaust Pipe A - Ins
  • Page 34216.Vehicle - Lift Down 17.Transmission Mount - Loosely Install 18.Upper Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Install NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during this procedure. 19.Engine Support Hanger - Remove 1. Remove the engine support hanger and the universal lifting eyelet. cardiagn.com
  • Page 343cardiagn.com 2. Install the harness cover mounting bolts (B). 3. Install the ground cable (C). 4. Connect the connectors (D), and make sure they are fully seated. 23.Engine Wire Harness - Install 1. Install the clamps (A).
  • Page 344cardiagn.com 2. Install the ground cable (B). 3. Connect the connectors (C). 24.EVAP Canister Purge Valve - Install 25.CVTF Warmer - Install 1. Install the CVTF warmer strainer (A) with a new O-ring (B) in the direction shown.
  • Page 345cardiagn.com 2. Install the CVTF warmer (C) with new O-rings (D). NOTE: The CVTF warmer is aluminum part. Be careful not to damage the CVTF warmer. Make sure the O-rings are firmly installed in the grooves. Check the connector (E) for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. 26.12
  • Page 34632.Transmission Fluid - Refill 33.Transmission - After Install Check 1. Make sure all four wheels to rotate freely. 2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 3. Move the shift lever to each position, and check that the shift position indicator follows the shift lever operation. 4. Start the engine. NOTE:
  • Page 347CVT Transmission Removal and Installation Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Universal Lifting Eyelet 07AAK-SNAA120 cardiagn.com Engine Support Hanger, A and Reds AAR-T1256* Subframe Adapter VSB02C000016* *: Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program 888-424-6857.
  • Page 348NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Exploded View Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Exploded View cardiagn.com
  • Page 349cardiagn.com NOTE: Use fender covers to avoid damaging painted surfaces. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Special tool Reds engine support hanger AAR-T1256 must be used with the side engine mount installed. 1. Vehicle - Lift Set 2. Engine Undercover - Remove 3. Engine Undercover L
  • Page 3506. Vehicle - Lift Down 7. Steering Joint - Disconnect NOTE: Hold the steering wheel with the steering wheel holder tool. 8. Front Wheel - Remove (Both Sides) 9. Front Grille Cover - Remove 10.Air Cleaner - Remove cardiagn.com 11. 12 Volt Battery - Remove 12.12 Volt Battery Base - Remove 13.CVTF Warm
  • Page 351cardiagn.com 2. Remove the CVTF warmer with the O-rings (C) without disconnecting the CVTF warmer hoses. NOTE: The CVTF warmer is aluminum part. Be careful not to damage the CVTF warmer. 3. Put plastic bag over the CVTF warmer, then swing it out of the way. 4. Remove the CVTF warmer strainer (D) wit
  • Page 3521. Disconnect the connectors (A). cardiagn.com 2. Remove the ground cables (B). 3. Remove the harness covers (C) and the harness brackets (D), then swing the engine wire harness (E) out of the way. 17.TCM Harness - Remove 1. Disconnect the connectors (A).
  • Page 353cardiagn.com 2. Disconnect the connector (B) by pushing the lock (C) and pulling the lever (D) in the numbered sequence shown. 3. Disconnect the connector (E) by pulling the lock (F) and the lever (G) in the numbered sequence shown. 4. Remove the ground cable (H). 5. Remove the harness covers (J) an
  • Page 35420.Engine Support Hanger - Install NOTE: Be careful when working around the windshield. 1. Remove the front damper caps. cardiagn.com 2. Install the universal lifting eyelet with an about 50 mm (2.00 in) commercially available spacer (A). 3. Install the engine support hanger onto the vehicle as show
  • Page 35522.Transmission Mount - Remove 23.Vehicle - Lift Up 24.Front Floor Brace - Remove (With Front Floor Brace) 25.Exhaust Pipe A - Remove 26.Connector (EPS Subharness) - Disconnect 1. Disconnect the connector (A) by pushing the lock (B) and pulling the lever (C) in the numbered sequence shown. cardiagn.
  • Page 35630.Lower Arm Mounting Bolt - Remove (Both Sides) 31.Front Brace - Remove cardiagn.com 32.Intake Air Resonator - Remove 33.Torque Rod Mounting Bolt - Remove 34.Front Subframe - Remove
  • Page 3571. Set the subframe adapter (VSB02C000016) on a transmission jack (A), line up the slots in the arms with the bolt holes on the corner of the jack base, and tighten the bolts. 2. Attach the subframe adapter to the front subframe (B). 3. Remove the front subframe. cardiagn.com 35.Transmission - Suppo
  • Page 35838.Intermediate Shaft - Remove 39.Lower Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Remove NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during this procedure. 40.Transmission - Remove 1. Check once again that the transmission (A) is free of hoses and electrical wiring. 2. Hold the transmission on the transm
  • Page 35942.Harness Bracket - Remove 1. If necessary, remove the harness brackets. cardiagn.com 43.Drive Plate - Inspect 1. Inspect the drive plate, and replace it if it is damaged. NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. Use fender covers to avoid damaging painted surfaces. Keep all foreign particles o
  • Page 360cardiagn.com 2. Torque Converter - Install 1. Install the dowel pins (A). 2. Install the torque converter (B). NOTE: Make sure the torque converter is fully engaged on the input shaft, the stator shaft, and the transmission fluid pump drive sprocket. Failure to do so will result in severe transmissi
  • Page 3611. Hold the transmission (A) on a transmission jack, and raise it to engine level. NOTE: Be careful not to drop the torque converter. 2. Attach the transmission to the engine. 4. Lower Transmission Assembly Mounting Bolt - Install cardiagn.com NOTE: Refer to the Exploded View as needed during this p
  • Page 3621. Attach the drive plate (A) to the torque converter with eight torque converter bolts (B). 2. Rotate the crankshaft pulley as necessary to tighten the bolt to half of the specified torque, then to the final torque, in a crisscross pattern. 3. Check that the crankshaft rotates freely. 4. Install th
  • Page 36310.Intake Air Resonator - Install cardiagn.com 11. Front Brace - Install 12.Lower Arm Mounting Bolt - Install (Both Sides) 13.Lower Arm Ball Joint - Connect (Both Sides) 14.Lower Stabilizer Link Ball Joint - Connect (Both Sides)
  • Page 36415.Tie-Rod End Ball Joint - Connect (Both Sides) 16.Connector (EPS Subharness) - Connect 1. Connect the connectors (A), and make sure they are fully seated. cardiagn.com 17.Exhaust Pipe A - Install 18.Front Floor Brace - Install (With Front Floor Brace) 19.Vehicle - Lift Down 20.Transmission Mount -
  • Page 3651. Remove the engine support hanger and the universal lifting eyelet. 2. Install the front damper caps. 23.Engine/Transmission Mount - Tightening Procedure 24.Intake Manifold Bracket - Install 25.Shift Cable (Transmission Side) - Install NOTE: Be sure to adjust the shift cable after installing the s
  • Page 366cardiagn.com 2. Install the ground cable (C). 3. Connect the connectors (D), and make sure they are fully seated. 27.Engine Wire Harness - Install 1. Install the harness brackets (A) and the harness covers (B).
  • Page 367cardiagn.com 2. Install the ground cables (C). 3. Connect the connectors (D). 28.Intake Air Duct F - Install 29.Intake Air Duct E - Install 30.CVTF Warmer - Install 1. Install the CVTF warmer strainer (A) with a new O-ring (B) in the direction shown.
  • Page 368cardiagn.com 2. Install the CVTF warmer (C) with new O-rings (D). NOTE: The CVTF warmer is aluminum part. Be careful not to damage the CVTF warmer. Make sure the O-rings are firmly installed in the grooves. Check the connector (E) for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. 31.12
  • Page 36936.Steering Joint - Connect 37.Transmission Fluid - Refill 38.Transmission Fluid Level - Check 39.Transmission - After Install Check 1. Make sure all four wheels to rotate freely. 2. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. cardiagn.com 3. Move the shift lever to each position, and check that the shift posi
  • Page 37044.VSA Sensor Neutral Position - Memorize 45.Vehicle - Road Test cardiagn.com
  • Page 371CVTF Warmer Hose Removal and Installation 1. Engine Coolant - Drain 2. Air Cleaner - Remove 3. CVTF Warmer Hose - Disconnect 1. To prevent damage, cover the connector (A) located under the CVTF warmer (B) using a shop towel. cardiagn.com 2. Disconnect the CVTF warmer inlet hose (C) and outlet hose (
  • Page 372cardiagn.com 2. Secure the CVTF warmer hoses with the clamps (F). NOTE: When securing the clamps, make sure they do not interfere with the surrounding parts. Check the connector (G) for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. 2. Air Cleaner - Install 3. Engine Coolant - Refill
  • Page 373CVTF Warmer Hose Removal and Installation 1. Engine Coolant - Drain 2. Air Cleaner - Remove 3. Intake Air Duct - Remove 4. CVTF Warmer Hose - Disconnect 1. To prevent damage, cover the connector (A) located under the CVTF warmer (B) using a shop towel. cardiagn.com 2. Disconnect the CVTF warmer inle
  • Page 374cardiagn.co
  • Page 375cardiagn.com 2. Secure the CVTF warmer hoses with the clamps (F). NOTE: When securing the clamps, make sure they do not interfere with the surrounding parts. Check the connector (G) for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. 2. Intake Air Duct - Install 3. Air Cleaner - Install 4
  • Page 376CVTF Warmer Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Engine Coolant - Drain 2. Air Cleaner - Remove
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  • Page 3783. Connector (Solenoid Wire Harness) - Cover NOTE: To prevent damage, cover the connector located under the CVTF warmer using a shop towel. 4. CVTF Warmer Hose - Disconnect NOTE: When disconnecting/connecting the hoses, do not bend the warmer pipes excessively, or they will be damaged or deformed. 5
  • Page 379CVTF Warmer Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Engine Coolant - Drain 2. Air Cleaner - Remove
  • Page 380cardiagn.co
  • Page 3813. Connector (Solenoid Wire Harness A) - Cover NOTE: To prevent damage, cover the connector located under the CVTF warmer using a shop towel. 4. CVTF Warmer Hose - Disconnect NOTE: When disconnecting/connecting the hoses, do not bend the warmer pipes excessively, or they will be damaged or deformed.
  • Page 382Drive Plate Removal and Installation 1. Transmission - Remove 2. Drive Plate - Remove 1. Remove the drive plate (A) with the washer (B). cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Tighten eight bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two
  • Page 383Drive Plate Removal and Installation 1. Transmission - Remove 2. Drive Plate - Remove 1. Remove the drive plate (A) with the washer (B). cardiagn.com 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Tighten eight bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two
  • Page 384How to Troubleshoot the CVT System How to Check for DTCs with the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) When the transmission control module (TCM) senses an abnormality in the input or output systems, the shift position indicator (A) in the gauge control module will usually blink as shown. When the Honda Di
  • Page 385cardiagn.co
  • Page 3866. Record the freeze data and the on-board snapshots for all PGM-FI DTCs and A/T DTCs. 7. If there is a PGM-FI DTC, first check the PGM-FI system as indicated by the DTC. 8. Clear the DTC and the data. 9. Drive the vehicle for several minutes under the same conditions as those indicated by the freez
  • Page 3874. Connect one side of the patch cord terminals (A) to a commercially available digital multimeter (B), and connect the other side of the terminals (C) to the pin probe male. cardiagn.com 5. Gently contact the pin probe (male) at the terminal test port from the terminal side. Do not force the tips i
  • Page 388The OBD STATUS shows the current system status of each DTC and all of the parameters. This function is used to see if the repair was successfully completed. The results of diagnostic tests for the DTC are displayed as: PASSED: The on-board diagnosis is successfully completed. FAILED: The on-board di
  • Page 389How to Troubleshoot the CVT System How to Check for DTCs with the Honda Diagnostic System (HDS) When the transmission control module (TCM) senses an abnormality in the input or output systems, the shift position indicator (A) in the gauge control module will usually blink as shown. When the Honda Di
  • Page 390cardiagn.co
  • Page 3916. Record the freeze data and the on-board snapshots for all PGM-FI DTCs and A/T DTCs. 7. If there is a PGM-FI DTC, first check the PGM-FI system as indicated by the DTC. 8. Clear the DTC and the data. 9. Drive the vehicle for several minutes under the same conditions as those indicated by the freez
  • Page 3923. Connect one side of the patch cord terminals (A) to a commercially available digital multimeter (B), and connect the other side of the terminals (C) to the pin probe male. cardiagn.com 4. Gently contact the pin probe (male) at the terminal test port from the terminal side. Do not force the tips i
  • Page 393The OBD STATUS shows the current system status of each DTC and all of the parameters. This function is used to see if the repair was successfully completed. The results of diagnostic tests for the DTC are displayed as: PASSED: The on-board diagnosis is successfully completed. FAILED: The on-board di
  • Page 394Input Shaft (Mainshaft) Speed Sensor Removal and Installation 1 cardiagn.com Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 2. Input Shaft (Mainshaft) Speed Sensor - Remove 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 395Input Shaft Thrust Clearance Adjustment Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Reverse Brake Spring Compressor Set 070AF-5T0A100 cardiagn.com Mainshaft Holder 07GAJ-PG20110 Snap Ring Pliers 07LGC-0010100 NOTE:
  • Page 396If the transmission was disassembled, the input shaft thrust clearance must be adjusted. Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all parts before installation. 1. Input Shaft Thrust Clearance - Adjust 1. Install the reverse brake piston (A) with new O-rings (B). 2. Install the spring retai
  • Page 397Be careful not to deform the snap ring by opening/closing it excessively. Make sure the snap ring is firmly installed in the groove. 8. Remove the reverse brake spring compressor. 9. Install the disc spring (A). NOTE: Be sure to install the disc spring with the indented mark (B) facing the upward. 1
  • Page 39813. Install the collar (A), the thrust washer (B), and the ring gear (C) as shown. 14. Install the thrust needle bearing (D) and the planetary carrier (E) as shown. 15. Install the sun gear (F) and the 33 x 40 mm thrust shim (G). 16. Install a new snap ring (H) using the snap ring pliers. NOTE: Be c
  • Page 39917. Install the input shaft assembly (A) by aligning the clutch discs (B) with the sun gear (C), and aligning the clutch guide (D) with the ring gear (E). cardiagn.com 18. Install the thrust needle bearing (A), the 26 x 38.8 mm thrust shim (B), and the stator shaft (C) as shown.
  • Page 40019. Install the transmission fluid lubrication pipe (A) by aligning the guide tab (B) with the guide hole (C). cardiagn.com 20. Install the stator shaft flange (A) with the dowel pins (B) (C) by aligning the transmission fluid lubrication pipe (D) and the dowel pins (B) with the mounting holes (E).
  • Page 40121. Install the manual valve body (A) with the separator plate (B) and the dowel pin (C). cardiagn.com 22. Install the torque converter housing (A) with the dowel pins (B), and tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. 23. Attach the mainshaft holder and a base plate (A) to th
  • Page 402cardiagn.com 24. Set a dial indicator (C) on the tip of the input shaft. 25. Tighten the mainshaft holder bolt (D) until it touches the base plate (E), then zero the dial indicator. 26. Measure the input shaft thrust clearance (F) by tightening the mainshaft holder bolt to lift the input shaft up. N
  • Page 403Input Shaft Thrust Clearance Adjustment Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Reverse Brake Spring Compressor Set 070AF-RJ2A100 cardiagn.com Magnet Stand Base 07979-PJ40001 Snap Ring Pliers 07LGC-0010100 NOTE:
  • Page 404If the transmission was disassembled, the input shaft thrust clearance must be adjusted. Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all parts before installation. 1. Reverse brake piston - Install 1. Install the reverse brake piston (A) with new O-rings (B). 2. Install the spring retainer/ret
  • Page 4053. Put the reverse brake spring compressor attachment (A) on the spring retainer/return spring assembly (B). NOTE: Be sure the attachment is set over the return springs, not on the reverse brake piston (C). 4. Install the reverse brake spring compressor plate (D) with facing the UP mark to the upsid
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  • Page 4071. Install the 40 x 63 x 5.5 mm washer (A) in the direction shown. cardiagn.com 2. Install these parts in the following order: -1. 50 x 65 x 3 mm thrust washer (B) -2. Planetary carrier assembly (C) -3. Sun gear (D) -4. 32.5 mm cotters (E) -5. Cotter retainer (F) 3. Install a new snap ring (G) using
  • Page 4081. Install the input shaft assembly (A) by aligning the clutch discs (B) with the sun gear (C), and aligning the clutch guide (D) with the ring gear (E). cardiagn.com 2. Measure the depth (A) between the surface of the transmission housing (B) and the clutch guide (C), then make sure the measured va
  • Page 4091. Install the 29.55 x 45 x 3.62 mm thrust needle bearing (A) in the direction shown. 2. Install the 32 x 42 mm thrust shim (B). NOTE: If you install a new 32 x 42 mm thrust shim, use the same thickness shim as the old one, or use the 2.10 mm (0.0827 in) thickness of the 32 x 42 mm thrust shim. 3. I
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  • Page 4117. Manual Valve Body - Install 1. Install the manual valve body (A) with the separator plate (B) and the dowel pin (C). 8. Torque Converter Housing - Install cardiagn.com
  • Page 4121. Install the torque converter housing (A) with the dowel pins (B) and a new gasket (C), then tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. cardiagn.com 9. Input Shaft Thrust Clearance - Adjust
  • Page 4131. Install the magnet stand base as shown. 2. Set a dial indicator (A) on the tip of the input shaft (B). 3. Zero the dial indicator. 4. Measure the input shaft thrust clearance by lifting the input shaft up. NOTE: Take measurements in at least three places, and use the average as the actual clearan
  • Page 414Paddle Shifter Circuit Troubleshooting cardiagn.com Paddle Shifter Circuit Troubleshooting SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. NOTE: Information marked with an asterisk (*1) applies to the padd
  • Page 415‐3. Check the parameter(s) below with the HDS when repeatedly pressing and releasing the paddle shifter. Signal Current conditions Values Unit Upshift Switch (ST) Downshift Switch (ST) Is ON indicated when you are pressing the paddle shifter and OFF with the paddle shifter released? YES Intermittent
  • Page 416YES Go to step 4. NO Go to step 5. 4. Open wire check (STRG GND line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Check for continuity between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle OFF (LOCK) mode Paddle shifter + (upshift switch) 4P connector*1: disconnected Paddle shifter - (downshift
  • Page 417Is there continuity? YES Repair a short to ground in the PADDLE SW UP wire*1/PADDLE SW DOWN wire*2 between the paddle shifter and the TCM.■ NO The PADDLE SW UP wire*1/PADDLE SW DOWN wire*2 is not shorted. Go to step 6. 6. Open wire check (SUPP/PADDLE SW UP line*1/SDNP/PADDLE SW DOWN line*2): ‐1. Che
  • Page 418Paddle Shifter Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. 1. Steering Wheel - Remove 2. Steering Wheel Rear Cover - Remove 3. Steering Wheel Trim - Remove cardiagn.com 4. Padd
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  • Page 4206. VSA Sensor Neutral Position - Memorize cardiagn.com
  • Page 421Paddle Shifter Test SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. 1. Paddle Shifter - Remove 2. Paddle Shifter - Test 1. Check the paddle shifter + (upshift switch) (A) and the paddle shifter - (downshif
  • Page 4222. If the result is not as specified, replace the paddle shifter + (upshift switch) and/or the paddle shifter - (downshift switch). 3. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 423Shift Cable Adjustment NOTE: Do not bend the shift cable excessively. 1. Center Console - Remove 2. Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Remove 3. Shift Cable - Adjust 1. Push the shift cable (A) until it stops, then release it. cardiagn.com NOTE: Do not hold the shift cable guide (B) to adjust the shif
  • Page 424shifted back to P. 5. Check that the back-up lights come on when the transmission is in R position/mode. 6. Start the engine. NOTE: Check that the engine starts in P or N position/mode, and does not start in any other positions/modes. 7. Make sure the vehicle is turned to the OFF (LOCK) mode with th
  • Page 425Shift Cable Adjustment NOTE: Do not bend the shift cable excessively. 1. Center Console - Remove 2. Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Disconnect 3. Shift Cable - Adjust 1. Push the shift cable (A) until it stops, then release it. cardiagn.com NOTE: Do not hold the shift cable guide (B) to adjust the
  • Page 426shifted back to P. 5. Check that the back-up lights come on when the transmission is in R position/mode. 6. Start the engine. NOTE: Check that the engine starts in P or N position/mode, and does not start in any other positions/modes. 7. Make sure the vehicle is turned to the OFF (LOCK) mode with th
  • Page 427Shift Cable Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Do not bend the shift cable excessively. 1 cardiagn.com
  • Page 428cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions 1. Vehicle - Lift
  • Page 4292. Center Console - Remove 3. Shift Lever - Position 1. Insert a 6.0 mm (0.236 in) pin (A) into the positioning holes (B) with the shift lever in R position/mode. NOTE: Use only a 6.0 mm (0.236 in) pin with no burrs. 4. Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Remove cardiagn.com NOTE: While expanding the l
  • Page 430cardiagn.com 5. Air Cleaner - Remove 6. Intake Air Duct - Remove 7. Lock Pin - Remove 8. Control Pin - Remove 9. Shift Cable Bracket - Remove 10.Engine Undercover - Remove 11. Heat Shield (Exhaust Pipe A) - Remove 12.Shift Cable (Under Side) - Remove
  • Page 431SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Do not bend the shift cable excessively. 1 cardiagn.com
  • Page 432cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Apply molybdenum grease to inner surface of hole. 1. Shift Cable (Under Side) - Install
  • Page 4332. Heat Shield (Exhaust Pipe A) - Install 3. Engine Undercover - Install 4. Shift Cable Bracket - Install 5. Control Pin - Install NOTE: Make sure the control pin (A) is inserted through the shift cable end (B) and fully seated on the control lever (C). cardiagn.com 6. Lock Pin - Install NOTE: Make
  • Page 43410.Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Install NOTE: Install the socket holder (A), then rotate the socket holder retainer (B) clockwise until it stops. Do not install the shift cable by holding the shift cable guide (C). cardiagn.com NOTE: Make sure the shift cable end (A) is properly installed on the
  • Page 43512.Center Console - Install cardiagn.com 13.Shift Cable - After Install Check 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Move the shift lever through all positions/modes, and check that the shift position indicator follows the shift lever operation. 3. Shift the transmission to P position/mode, and chec
  • Page 436Shift Cable Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Do not bend the shift cable excessively. 1 cardiagn.com
  • Page 437cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions 1. Vehicle - Lift
  • Page 4382. Center Console - Remove 3. Shift Lever - Position 1. Insert a 6.0 mm (0.236 in) pin (A) into the positioning holes (B) with the shift lever in R position/mode. NOTE: Use only a 6.0 mm (0.236 in) pin with no burrs. 4. Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Remove cardiagn.com NOTE: While expanding the l
  • Page 439cardiagn.com 5. Air Cleaner - Remove 6. Lock Pin - Remove 7. Control Pin - Remove 8. Shift Cable Bracket - Remove 9. Engine Undercover - Remove 10.Heat Shield (Exhaust Pipe A) - Remove 11. Shift Cable (Under Side) - Remove
  • Page 440SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Do not bend the shift cable excessively. 1 cardiagn.com
  • Page 441cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Apply molybdenum grease to inner surface of hole. 1. Shift Cable (Under Side) - Install
  • Page 4422. Heat Shield (Exhaust Pipe A) - Install 3. Engine Undercover - Install 4. Shift Cable Bracket - Install 5. Control Pin - Install NOTE: Make sure the control pin (A) is inserted through the shift cable end (B) and fully seated on the control lever (C). cardiagn.com 6. Lock Pin - Install NOTE: Make
  • Page 443NOTE: Install the socket holder (A), then rotate the socket holder retainer (B) clockwise until it stops. Do not install the shift cable by holding the shift cable guide (C). cardiagn.com NOTE: Make sure the shift cable end (A) is properly installed on the mounting stud (B). If the cable end is out
  • Page 44411. Center Console - Install cardiagn.com 12.Shift Cable - After Install Check 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Move the shift lever through all positions/modes, and check that the shift position indicator follows the shift lever operation. 3. Shift the transmission to P position/mode, and che
  • Page 445Shift Lever Disassembly and Reassembly NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. 1 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions
  • Page 446Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace cardiagn.com
  • Page 447*1 Do not wipe off special grease applied in advance. *2 Component of shift lock solenoid 1. Front Cover - Remove 2. Shift Lever Knob - Remove NOTE: Before removing the shift lever knob (A), slip the shift lever boot ring (B) out of the shift lever knob. The shift lever knob has two lock tabs (C) in
  • Page 448NOTE: While releasing the lock tabs (A), remove the shift lever boot. cardiagn.com
  • Page 4495. Shift Lock Release - Remove NOTE: While pressing the lock tab (A), remove the shift lock release (B). 6. Shift Lock Solenoid/Park Pin Switch - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Remove the shift lock solenoid (A) by expanding the lock tab (B). 2. Remove the park pin switch (C) by expanding the lock tabs (D).
  • Page 4501. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. cardiagn.com
  • Page 451Shift Lever Disassembly and Reassembly NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. There are two types of shift levers; type A and B. Refer to the CVT System Description - Shift Lock System for more details. Type B: The park pin switch and the shift lock unit are not available separate
  • Page 452*2 Component of shift lock solenoid 2 Type B cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace *1 Do not wipe off special grease applied in advance. *2 Component of shift lock solenoid
  • Page 4531. Front Cover - Remove NOTE: Before removing the front cover, slip the shift lever boot ring (A) out of the shift lever knob (B). The shift lever knob has two lock tabs (C) in the shift lever boot (D) located under the shift lever boot ring ribs (E). To prevent damage of the shift lever knob and th
  • Page 454Type B cardiagn.com 5. Release Holder - Remove (Type B) 1. Remove the release holder (A) by expanding the lock tabs (B). 6. Shift Lock Release - Remove
  • Page 455Type A 1. While pressing the lock tab (A), remove the shift lock release (B). Type B 1. Remove the shift lock release (A) in the following order: cardiagn.com ‐1. Press the shift lock release and release the lock tab (B) in the numbered sequence shown. ‐2. Slide the shift lock release and release it
  • Page 4561. Release the lock tab (A) and turn the pivot pin (B) counterclockwise using a hex wrench (C) as shown, and pull it. 2. Remove the shift lock unit (D) while releasing four lock tabs (E). cardiagn.com 8. Shift Lock Solenoid/Park Pin Switch - Remove (Type A) 1. Remove the shift lock solenoid (A) by e
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  • Page 4589. Shift Lock Solenoid - Remove (Type B) 1. Remove the shift lock solenoid (A) by expanding the lock tabs (B). 10.Shift Lock Stop/Shift Lock Stop Cushion - Remove cardiagn.com 11. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 459Shift Lever Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. 1 cardiagn.com Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) 1. Center Console - Remove 2. Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Remove 3. Conn
  • Page 460cardiagn.co
  • Page 4615. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Be sure to adjust the shift cable before installing the shift cable. 6. Shift Lever - After Install Check 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Move the shift lever to each position, and check that the shift
  • Page 462Shift Lever Removal and Installation SRS components are located in this area. Review the SRS component locations and the precautions and procedures before doing repair or service. NOTE: There are two types of shift levers; type A and B. Refer to the CVT System Description - Shift Lock System for mor
  • Page 463cardiagn.com Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) 1. Center Console - Remove 2. Shift Cable (Shift Lever Side) - Remove 3. Connector (Shift Lever) - Disconnect 4. Shift Lever - Remove 5. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 6. Shift Cable - Adjust
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  • Page 4657. Shift Lever - After Install Check 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Move the shift lever to each position, and check that the shift position indicator follows the shift lever operation. 3. Shift the transmission to P position/mode, and check that the shift lock works properly. 4. Push the sh
  • Page 466Shift Lock Solenoid Test 1. HDS - Connect 2. Shift Lock Solenoid - Test 1. Select the Shift Lock Solenoid Test in the Miscellaneous Test Menu, and check that the shift lock solenoid operates with the HDS. 2. Check that the shift lever can be moved out of P position/mode when the Shift Lock Solenoid
  • Page 467Shift Lock Solenoid Test 1. HDS - Connect 2. Shift Lock Solenoid - Test 1. Select the Shift Lock Solenoid Test in the Miscellaneous Test Menu, and check that the shift lock solenoid operates with the HDS. 2. Check that the shift lever can be moved out of P position/mode when the Shift Lock Solenoid
  • Page 468Shift Lock System Circuit Troubleshooting cardiagn.com
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  • Page 470Shift Lock System Circuit Troubleshooting NOTE: Check for PGM-FI DTCs and CVT DTCs. If any DTCs are present, troubleshoot those first. PGM-FI System DTC Description Confirmed Pending DTC DTC CVT System DTC Description Confirmed Pending Freeze DTC DTC Frame 1. Shift lock solenoid operation check: ‐1.
  • Page 471Is there battery voltage? YES The IG1 METER wire is OK. Go to step 4. NO Repair an open in the IG1 METER wire between the shift lock solenoid and the No. B7 (10 A) fuse in the under-dash fuse/relay box.■ 4. Determine possible failure area (shift lock solenoid, others): ‐1. With the transmission in P
  • Page 472Is there continuity? YES The SLS/SHIFT LOCK SOL wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If the symptom goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Repair a
  • Page 473YES The STOP SW wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good PCM, then recheck. If the symptom goes away and the PCM was substituted, replace the original PCM.■ NO Repair an open in the STOP SW wire betwe
  • Page 474YES Replace the transmission range switch.■ NO The transmission range switch is OK. Go to step 10. 10. Open wire check (ATP-P line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Remove the jumper wire. ‐3. Disconnect the following connector. TCM 50P connector ‐4. Check for continuity between tes
  • Page 475Shift Lock System Circuit Troubleshooting cardiagn.com
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  • Page 477Shift Lock System Circuit Troubleshooting NOTE: Check for PGM-FI DTCs and CVT DTCs. If any DTCs are present, troubleshoot those first. There are two types of shift levers, Type A and B. Refer to the Shift Lever Removal and Installation for more details. PGM-FI System DTC Description Confirmed Pendin
  • Page 478‐3. Measure the voltage between test points 1 and 2. Test condition Vehicle ON mode Shift lever 4P connector: disconnected (Type A shift lever) Shift lock solenoid 2P connector: disconnected (Type B shift lever) Test point 1 Shift lever 4P connector (female terminals) (Type A shift lever) No. 4: Shi
  • Page 479Is there battery voltage? YES Check the shift lock mechanism. If the mechanism is OK, replace the shift lock solenoid.■ NO Go to step 5. cardiagn.com 5. Open wire check (SLS/SHIFT LOCK SOL line): ‐1. Turn the vehicle to the OFF (LOCK) mode. ‐2. Disconnect the following connector. TCM 50P connector ‐
  • Page 480YES The SLS/SHIFT LOCK SOL wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If the symptom goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Repair an open in the SLS/SHI
  • Page 481YES The transmission range switch is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If the symptom goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Go to step 9. 9. Transmissi
  • Page 482Is there continuity? YES The ATP-P wire is OK. Check for any authorized service information related to the DTCs or symptoms you are troubleshooting, or substitute a known-good TCM, then recheck. If the symptom goes away and the TCM was substituted, replace the original TCM.■ NO Repair an open in the
  • Page 483Shift Position Indicator Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 485Shift Position Indicator Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 487Shift Solenoid Valve O/P Removal and Installation NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). cardiagn.com 2.
  • Page 4881. Disconnect the connector (A). 2. Remove the shift solenoid valve O/P (B). cardiagn.com 7. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. 8. Transmission Fluid - Refill 9. Transmission Fluid Level - Check
  • Page 489Stall Speed Test 1. Transmission Fluid Level - Check 2. HDS - Connect 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 4. Stall Speed - Test cardiagn.com NOTE: Do not test stall speed for more than 10 seconds at a time. Record
  • Page 490Problems Probable Causes Input shaft worn or damaged Reverse brake defective Valve body assembly defective Lubrication pipe defective Stator shaft defective TCM defective Stall speed rpm low Torque converter assembly defective Valve body assembly defective Lubrication pipe defective Stator shaft def
  • Page 491Stall Speed Test 1. Transmission Fluid Level - Check 2. HDS - Connect 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 4. Stall Speed - Test cardiagn.com NOTE: Do not test stall speed for more than 10 seconds at a time. Record
  • Page 492Problems Probable Causes Input shaft worn or damaged Reverse brake defective Valve body assembly defective Lubrication pipe defective Stator shaft defective TCM defective Stall speed rpm low Torque converter assembly defective Valve body assembly defective Lubrication pipe defective Stator shaft def
  • Page 493A/T Interlock System Component Location Index Type A Shift Lever cardiagn.com Type B Shift Lever
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  • Page 496A/T Interlock System Component Location Index cardiagn.com
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  • Page 498Transmission End Crankshaft Oil Seal Replacement - In Car Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 cardiagn.com Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 92 mm 070AD-5R00100 1. Transmission - Remove M/T CVT 2. Pressure Plate, Clutch Disc, and Flywheel - Remove (M/
  • Page 4994. Transmission End Crankshaft Oil Seal - Remove cardiagn.com 5. Transmission End Crankshaft Oil Seal - Install 1. Clean and dry the transmission end crankshaft oil seal housing. 2. Apply a light coat of new engine oil to the crankshaft and to the lip of the new transmission end crankshaft oil seal.
  • Page 5005. Measure the distance between the oil seal case (A) and the transmission end crankshaft oil seal (B). Oil Seal Installed Height: 0.75-1.25 mm (0.0295-0.0492 in) cardiagn.com 6. Drive Plate - Install (CVT) 7. Pressure Plate, Clutch Disc, and Flywheel - Install (M/T) 8. Transmission - Install M/T CV
  • Page 501Transmission End Crankshaft Oil Seal Replacement - In Car Special Tool Required Image Description/Tool Number Driver Handle, 15 x 135L 07749-0010000 cardiagn.com Oil Seal Driver Attachment, 96 mm 07ZAD-PNAA100 NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, illustrations used in the procedure are for K20C2 engine
  • Page 5024. Transmission End Crankshaft Oil Seal - Remove cardiagn.com 5. Transmission End Crankshaft Oil Seal - Install 1. Clean and dry the transmission end crankshaft oil seal housing. 2. Apply a light coat of new engine oil to the crankshaft and to the lip of the new transmission end crankshaft oil seal.
  • Page 5034. Measure the distance between the lower block (A) and transmission end crankshaft oil seal (B). Oil Seal Installed Height: 0.2-1.2 mm (0.008-0.047 in) 5. Clean the excess oil off the crankshaft, and check that the transmission end crankshaft oil seal lip is not distorted. 6. All Removed Parts - In
  • Page 504Transmission Fluid (HCF-2) Level Check NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Check the transmission fluid level after the shift lever operation without spending too much time. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Transmission Fluid Level - Check cardiagn.com 1
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  • Page 506Transmission Fluid (HCF-2) Level Check NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Transmission Fluid Level - Check NOTE: Be careful not to burn yourself by the hot part. cardiagn.com Do the transmission fluid level check immedia
  • Page 5077. Lower the vehicle. 8. Remove filler cap B. 9. Refill the transmission with the recommended fluid into the filler hole (A) at the suitable amount. Always use Honda HCF-2 Continuously Variable Transmission Fluid. NOTE: Using the wrong type of fluid will damage the transmission. 10. Install filler c
  • Page 508Transmission Fluid (HCF-2) Replacement NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). cardiagn.com 2. Turn the e
  • Page 509cardiagn.com 2. Refill the transmission with the recommended fluid into the filler plug hole (C) until transmission fluid overflows. Always use Honda HCF-2 Continuously Variable Transmission Fluid. NOTE: Using the wrong type of fluid will damage the transmission. Transmission Fluid (HCF-2) Capacity:
  • Page 510NOTE: Add transmission fluid after the shift lever operation without spending too much time. 1. Lower the vehicle. 2. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 3. While pressing the brake pedal firmly, shift in turn the transmission to P R N
  • Page 511Transmission Fluid (HCF-2) Replacement NOTE: Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). cardiagn.com 2. Turn the e
  • Page 512cardiagn.com 2. Remove filler cap B. 3. Refill the transmission with the recommended fluid into the filler hole (A). Always use Honda HCF-2 Continuously Variable Transmission Fluid. NOTE: Using the wrong type of fluid will damage the transmission. Transmission Fluid (HCF-2) Capacity: 3.7 L (3.9 US q
  • Page 5131. If the Maintenance Minder required to replace the transmission fluid, reset the Maintenance Minder with the gauge (see "Resetting the Maintenance Minder"). If the Maintenance Minder did not require to replace the transmission fluid, reset the Maintenance Minder with the HDS (see "Resetting the In
  • Page 514Transmission Fluid Pump Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1 cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions
  • Page 515Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 2. Turn the engine off. cardiagn.com 4. Transmission Fluid - Drain 5. Transmission Flui
  • Page 5169. Valve Body Assembly - Remove 1. Remove the valve body assembly mounting bolts. Bolt Length A 90 mm (3.54 in) B 65 mm (2.56 in) cardiagn.com 2. Remove the valve body assembly (A) straightly and disconnect the connector (B). NOTE: Be careful not to damage the solenoid wire harness. 10.10.9 x 29 mm
  • Page 51712.10.9 x 75.5 mm Pipe - Remove 13.18 x 21 mm Pipe - Remove 14.Transmission Fluid Pump - Remove 15.All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all O-rings before installation. Be careful not to damage the O
  • Page 518Transmission Fluid Pump Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. 1 cardiagn.com
  • Page 519cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 1. Vehicle - Lift
  • Page 5202. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 2. Turn the engine off. 4. Transmission Fluid - Drain 5. Transmission Fluid Pan - Remove cardiagn.com NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HC
  • Page 5211. Remove the transmission fluid temperature sensor (A). 2. Disconnect the connectors (B). cardiagn.com 3. Remove the guide plate (A). 4. Remove the valve body assembly (B) straightly. NOTE: Do not remove the bolts with no ▽ marked on. Check that the valve body assembly is free of solenoid wire harn
  • Page 522NOTE: Be careful not to drop the filter (A). 14.10.9 x 18.5 mm Pipe - Remove 15.14.3 x 36.2 mm Pipe - Remove cardiagn.com 16.18 x 18 mm Pipe - Remove 17.Transmission Fluid Pump - Remove NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Appl
  • Page 523cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Transmission Fluid Pump - Install
  • Page 524NOTE: Apply transmission fluid to the transmission fluid pump shaft splines (A). Align the guide pin (B) of the transmission fluid pump with the guide hole (C) of the stator shaft flange. 2. 18 x 18 mm Pipe - Install 3. 14.3 x 36.2 mm Pipe - Install cardiagn.com NOTE: You can install the pipe regard
  • Page 5259. Valve Body Assembly - Install 1. Install the valve body assembly (A) straightly. NOTE: Do not pinch solenoid wire harnesses A and B. Bolt Length B 90 mm (3.54 in) C 80 mm (3.15 in) D 65 mm (2.56 in) E 55 mm (2.17 in) F 40 mm (1.57 in) 2. Install the guide plate (G). cardiagn.com 3. Make sure each
  • Page 52611. Magnet - Install 12.Transmission Fluid Pan - Install NOTE: Tighten the transmission fluid pan mounting bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. Do not pinch solenoid wire harnesses A and B. 13.Transmission Fluid - Refill 14.Transmission Fluid Level - Check 15.Engine Undercover Plate
  • Page 527Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Test 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine Undercover Lid - Remove 4. Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor - Test 1. Disconnect the connector (A). cardiagn.com NOTE: To prevent damage, cover the connector using a shop towel. 2. Measure
  • Page 528Transmission Fluid Temperature Sensor Test 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover - Remove (Without Engine Undercover Lid) 3. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove (With Engine Undercover Lid) 4. Engine Undercover Lid - Remove (With Engine Undercover Lid) cardiagn.com 5. Transmission Fluid Temperature Se
  • Page 529Transmission Housing Driven Pulley Shaft Thrust Clearance Adjustment 1. Secondary Drive Gear - Install 2. Driven Pulley Shaft Bearing (Transmission Housing Side) - Install 3. Driven Pulley Shaft Thrust Clearance - Adjust 1. Clean the cotter groove of the driven pulley shaft. 2. Install the 25.5 mm c
  • Page 530Transmission Mount Removal and Installation NOTE: How to read the torque specifications. 1. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 2. Air Cleaner - Remove 3. 12 Volt Battery - Remove 4. 12 Volt Battery Base - Remove cardiagn.com 1. Remove the harness holder (A). 2. Loosen the bolts (B). 3. Remove the 12 v
  • Page 5311. Remove the harness holder (A). 2. CVT: Remove the harness clamp (B). cardiagn.com 6. Intake Air Duct E - Remove (CVT) 7. PCM - Remove 8. Transmission - Support 1. Lift and support the transmission with a jack and a wood block under the transmission. 9. Transmission Mount - Remove
  • Page 532M/T 1. Remove the ground cable (A). 2. Remove the transmission mount (B). NOTE (M/T): Do not remove the bolt (C) from the transmission mount. If the bolt is removed, the transmission mount must be replaced as an assembly. cardiagn.com CVT 10.All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the re
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  • Page 534Transmission Mount Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Do the mounts tightening procedure before tightening all of the mounts' bolts and nuts. 1 cardiagn.com
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  • Page 537cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes, and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove
  • Page 5382. Air Cleaner - Remove cardiagn.com
  • Page 5393. 12 Volt Battery - Remove 4. PCM Assembly - Remove 5. 12 Volt Battery Base - Remove Note for installation Tighten the mounting bolts in the numbered sequence shown. When installing the 12 volt battery base, tighten the mounting bolts in the following numbered sequence. → → → If disassemble the 12
  • Page 540NOTE: Do not remove the bolt (A) from the transmission mount. If the bolt is removed, the transmission mount must be replaced as an assembly. cardiagn.com 10.All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.
  • Page 541Transmission Mount Removal and Installation 1. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 2. Air Cleaner - Remove 3. 12 Volt Battery - Remove 4. 12 Volt Battery Base - Remove 1. Remove the harness holder (A). cardiagn.com 2. Loosen the bolts (B). 3. Remove the 12 volt battery base (C). NOTE: When installing t
  • Page 5421. Remove the harness holder (A). 2. CVT: Remove the harness clamp (B). cardiagn.com 6. PCM - Remove 7. Transmission - Support 1. Lift and support the transmission with a jack and a wood block under the transmission. 8. Transmission Mount - Remove M/T 1. Remove the ground cable (A). 2. Remove the tr
  • Page 543CVT cardiagn.com 9. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Do the mounts tightening procedure before tightening all of the mounts' bolts and nuts.
  • Page 544Transmission Range Switch Removal and Installation 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. Shift Cable (Transmission Side) - Disconnect 3. Control Lever - Position 1. Apply the parking brake. 2. Turn the control lever (A) to the P position, then turn it back two clicks to the N position. cardiagn.com 4. Transmis
  • Page 545cardiagn.com 2. Remove the control lever (C) and the lock washer. 3. Disconnect the connector (D) by pulling the lock (E) and the lever (F) in the numbered sequence shown. 4. Remove the control shaft cover (G). 5. Remove the transmission range switch (H). 1. Transmission Range Switch - Install 1. Se
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  • Page 5472. Install the transmission range switch (A) gently on the control shaft (B) while holding it in the N position with the 2.0 mm (0.079 in) feeler gauge (C). cardiagn.com 3. Tighten the bolts on the transmission range switch while you continue holding the N position. 4. Remove the feeler gauge. 5. Co
  • Page 5481. Turn the control lever (A) to the P position. 3. Shift Cable (Transmission Side) - Connect cardiagn.com 4. Shift Cable - Adjust 5. Air Cleaner - Install 6. Transmission Range Switch - After Install Check 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Move the shift lever through all positions/modes, and
  • Page 549Transmission Range Switch Removal and Installation 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. Intake Air Duct E - Remove 3. TCM Harness - Remove 4. Transmission Range Switch - Remove cardiagn.com
  • Page 5501. Disconnect the connector (A) by pulling the lock (B) and the lever (C) in the numbered sequence shown. 2. Apply the parking brake. 3. Shift the transmission to N position/mode. 4. Remove the control shaft cover (D). 5. Remove the transmission range switch (E). 1. Transmission Range Switch - Insta
  • Page 551cardiagn.com 2. Set the transmission range switch (C) to the N position. Align the cutouts (D) on the rotary-frame with the N positioning cutouts (E) on the transmission range switch, then put a 2.0 mm (0.079 in) feeler gauge blade (F) in the cutouts to hold the transmission range switch in the N po
  • Page 552NOTE: Check the connector for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. cardiagn.com
  • Page 5532. TCM Harness - Install cardiagn.com 3. Intake Air Duct E - Install 4. Air Cleaner - Install 5. Transmission Range Switch - After Install Check 1. Turn the vehicle to the ON mode. 2. Move the shift lever through all positions/modes, and check that the shift position indicator follows the shift leve
  • Page 554Transmission Range Switch Test 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. Transmission Range Switch - Test 1. Disconnect the connector (A) by pulling the lock (B) and the lever (C) in the numbered sequence shown. cardiagn.com 2. Check for continuity between the terminals at the transmission range switch side. There
  • Page 5553. All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Check the connector for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary. cardiagn.com
  • Page 556Transmission Range Switch Test 1. Air Cleaner - Remove 2. Intake Air Duct E - Remove 3. TCM Harness - Remove 4. Transmission Range Switch - Test cardiagn.com 1. Disconnect the connector (A) by pulling the lock (B) and the lever (C) in the numbered sequence shown.
  • Page 557cardiagn.com 2. Check for continuity between the terminals at the connector (D). There should be continuity between the terminals in the table for each transmission range switch position. If the test results are OK, the transmission range switch test is finished, and install all removed parts. If th
  • Page 5581. Check the end of the control shaft (A). Control Shaft Specification End Gap (B): 1.8-2.0 mm (0.071-0.079 in) Width (C): 6.1-6.2 mm (0.240-0.244 in) If the measurement at the end of the control shaft is within the specification, replace the transmission range switch. If the measurement is out of t
  • Page 559Valve Body Assembly Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. The solenoid wire harness and the transmission fluid temperature sensor are not available separately. Replace them as a set. The valve body assem
  • Page 560cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Vehicle - Lift 2. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove
  • Page 5613. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 2. Turn the engine off. 4. Transmission Fluid - Drain 5. Transmission Fluid Pan - Remove NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capaci
  • Page 5621. Remove the valve body assembly mounting bolts. Bolt Length A 90 mm (3.54 in) Bolt Length B 65 mm (2.56 in) 2. Remove the valve body assembly (A) straightly and disconnect the connector (B). cardiagn.com NOTE: Be careful not to damage the solenoid wire harness. 10.10.9 x 29 mm Pipe - Remove 11. 10
  • Page 563Solenoid Wire Harness Location cardiagn.com
  • Page 564cardiagn.com 15.All Removed Parts - Install 1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal. NOTE: Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all O-rings before installation. Be careful not to damage the O-rings. Do not pinch the solenoid wire harnesses. Check the connector for corrosion
  • Page 565Valve Body Assembly Removal and Installation NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Solenoid wire harness A and the transmission fluid temperature sensor are not available separately. Replace them as a set. The valve body assembl
  • Page 566cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Replace 1. Vehicle - Lift
  • Page 5672. Engine Undercover Plate - Remove 3. Engine - Warm Up 1. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature (the radiator fan comes on twice). 2. Turn the engine off. 4. Transmission Fluid - Drain 5. Connector (Solenoid Wire Harness A) - Disconnect cardiagn.com 6. Transmission Fluid
  • Page 5681. Clean the inlet opening (A) of the transmission fluid strainer (B) thoroughly with compressed air. 2. Check that it is in good condition and that the inlet opening is not clogged. 3. Test the strainer by pouring clean transmission fluid through the inlet opening, and replace it if it is clogged o
  • Page 56911. 10.9 x 26 mm Pipe - Remove 12.8 x 133.5 mm Pipe - Remove 13.12 x 56.7 mm Pipe - Remove 14.Joint Pipe - Remove NOTE: Be careful not to drop the filter (A). cardiagn.com 15.10.9 x 18.5 mm Pipe - Remove 16.14.3 x 36.2 mm Pipe - Remove 17.18 x 18 mm Pipe - Remove 18.Solenoid Wire Harness A - Remove
  • Page 570NOTE: Where icon is shown, click for further information. Keep all foreign particles out of the transmission. Apply a light coat of clean transmission fluid on all O-rings before installation. Be careful not to damage the O-rings. Solenoid wire harness A and the transmission fluid temperature sensor
  • Page 571cardiagn.com Detailed information, notes and precautions Torque: N·m (kgf·m, lbf·ft) Replace 1. Solenoid Wire Harness A - Install
  • Page 5722. 18 x 18 mm Pipe - Install 3. 14.3 x 36.2 mm Pipe - Install NOTE: You can install the pipe regardless of its direction. 4. 10.9 x 18.5 mm Pipe - Install 5. Joint Pipe - Install NOTE: The joint pipe has the filter (A). The filter end should face the valve body assembly side. cardiagn.com Be careful
  • Page 5731. Install the valve body assembly (A) straightly. NOTE: Do not pinch solenoid wire harnesses A and B. Bolt Length B 90 mm (3.54 in) C 80 mm (3.15 in) D 65 mm (2.56 in) E 55 mm (2.17 in) F 40 mm (1.57 in) 2. Install the guide plate (G). 3. Make sure each branch of solenoid wire harness A goes throug
  • Page 57412.Transmission Fluid Pan - Install NOTE: Tighten the transmission fluid pan mounting bolts in a crisscross pattern in at least two steps. Do not pinch solenoid wire harnesses A and B. 13.Connector (Solenoid Wire Harness A) - Connect NOTE: Check the connector for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean o