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Honda Fit: Shift Solenoid Valve Removal and Installation (A/T)

NOTE: Do not hold the solenoid valve connector to remove and install the solenoid valve. Be sure to hold the solenoid valve body.

  1. Remove the mounting bolts, then remove the solenoid valves by holding the solenoid valve body.

  1. Install new O-rings (E) on each solenoid valve.

    NOTE: A new solenoid valve comes with new O-rings.   If you install a new solenoid valve, use the O-rings   provided with it.

  1. Install shift solenoid valve D (black connector) by holding the shift solenoid valve body; be sure the mounting bracket contacts to the servo body.

  2. Install shift solenoid valve C (brown connector) by holding the shift solenoid valve body; be sure the mounting bracket contacts to the servo body.

  3. Install shift solenoid valve B (black connector) by holding the shift solenoid valve body; be sure the mounting bracket contacts to the servo body.

  4. Install shift solenoid valve A (brown connector) by holding the shift solenoid valve body; be sure the mounting bracket contacts to the bracket of shift solenoid valve B.

    NOTE: Do not install shift solenoid valve A before installing shift solenoid valve B. If shift solenoid valve A is installed before installing shift solenoid valve B, it may damage the hydraulic control system.

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