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Old 22 Jun 2011, 03:16 pm
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Default 94 honda accord shift solenoid location?

I have a 1994 Honda Accord with an automatic transmission. about a week ago it started "acting up", the D4 light blinks and it doesn't want to shift unless i do it manually and if i do there is no problem. Just wondering if a shift solenoid could be the problem or if it sounds like something else?















If it sounds like a shift solenoid can you please describe the location?































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-Chelsea
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Old 22 Jun 2011, 04:01 pm
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Hi Chelsea,































The Shift Solenoid is located inside the torque converter housing (Part #5 in the diagram on http://www.hondapartsnow.com/transmi...housing.html). Hope this helps!































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