Linear Solenoid Is Good But Transmission Still Not Shifting
If you've tested the A/T pressure control solenoid (linear solenoid) and it's good and your Honda's transmission isn't slipping, yet a P1768 is ever present, there's a good chance that there a problem in the wiring between your Honda CR-V's PCM and the solenoid's eléctrical connector.
What I would do, and what I'm recommending you do, is to check the continuity of both wires between the solenoid's electrical connector and the PCM's connector with a multimeter (you'll need a wiring diagram for this test).
If continuity is present in both, then you've eliminated a short (or open-circuit problem) in the wiring.
Also, and especially after finding no faults in the wiring, there's a good chance that you'll have to replace the A/T pressure control solenoid to completely eliminate it as the source of the problem. I know this isn't something you want to hear, but in some cases this is a necessary thing.
Now, if your Honda's transmission is slipping, then replacing the A/T clutch pressure control solenoid (linear solenoid) isn't gonna' help bring the transmission back to normal. Slippage is a direct result of internal damage to the friction discs or hard parts. The only way to solve a slippage issue is overhauling the transmission.
More 2.0L Honda CR-V Tutorials
You can find a complete list of tutorials here: Honda 2.0L Index Of Articles.
Here's a sample of the tutorials you'll find there:
- How To Test For A Blown Head Gasket (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V).
- How To Test The Ignition Coil (1999-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V).
- How To Test The TPS (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V).
- How To Test The MAP Sensor (1997-2001 2.0L Honda CR-V).
- How To Test Engine Compression (1997-2001 2.0L Honda).
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