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    Default Transmission Parts required for Honda Accord CF3

    Hello,
    I have a Honda Accord CF3 and I am facing a problem with the auto transmission. The guys at Honda dealership have diagnosed a fault in the soleniod valves of the automatic transmission which needs to be replaced.

    These are two small parts with electric jacks (highlighted in the attached picture).
    I have tried to find them in Lahore with no luck. If someone can help me find them from somewhere in Pakistan, I would really appreciate.

    Thanks and best regards

    Muhammad Abid
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    you can buy this from the junkyard - whats wrong with yours? did you check their resistances? What kind of miles does your car have - becuase these usually dont fail..

    What I have usually seen is that their little filters housed beneath them get plugged with dirt or sludge - and oil doesnt pass as quickly as required hence low pressure build time - missed or delayed shifts.. Scanning the OBD port will always show thats is solenoid failure because it cant have a few dozen oil pressure senders to monitor pressure
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    Hi,
    I am still unable to find the parts. I have also gotten it checked by another Auto Transmission repair specialist Mr. Adnan of Adnan Automobiles and he also has diagnosed the same parts failure after servicing both the valves thoroughly.

    Another fellow suggested that the whole auto transmission needs to be replaced.

    Any technical suggestions please.

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    PS: @Xulfiquar: may I have your cell number in order to discuss this on phone with you (if you dont mind)
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    im not in pakistan at the moment, but you can drop me a PM.

    btw how did the guy test the solenoid for failure? and what exactly is your problem in the transmission, does it not shift at all, have you got a check engine light along with a flashing D light, is your speedometer working?

    some information would help in diagnosis over the web
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