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Honda Fit: Regulator Valve Body Disassembly, Inspection, and Reassembly (A/T)

Second generation (2007-2017) / Honda Fit 2007-2017 Repair Manual / Powertrain / Transmission/Transaxle / Automatic / Transmission Unit / Regulator Valve Body Disassembly, Inspection, and Reassembly (A/T)

  1. Clean all parts thoroughly in solvent, and dry them with compressed air. Blow out all passages except the air check valve filter.

  1. Inspect the regulator valve body for scoring and damage.

  1. Hold the regulator spring cap in place while removing the stop bolt. The regulator spring cap is spring loaded. Once the stop bolt is removed, release the spring cap slowly so it does not pop out.

  1. Check all valves for free movement. If any fail to slide freely, refer to valve body repair.

  1. Check the air check valve filter for clogging. If the filter is clogged, remove the air check valve, and clean the filter thoroughly by pouring clean ATF. Do not blow out the filter with compressed air. Replace the air check valve, if the filter or the check valve (ball) is clogged or damaged.

  1. Coat all parts with ATF during assembly.

  1. Align the hole in the regulator spring cap with the stop bolt hole, then press the spring cap into the valve body, and install the stop bolt.

  2. VALVE SPRING SPECIFICATIONS

    Valve Springs

    Standard (New)-Unit: mm (in)

    Wire Diameter

    O.D.

    Free Length

    No. of Coils

    A

    Stator reaction spring

    4.5 (0.177)

    35.4 (1.394)

    30.3 (1.193)

    1.92

    B

    Regulator valve spring A

    1.9 (0.075)

    14.7 (0.579)

    80.6 (3.173)

    16.1

    C

    Regulator valve spring B

    1.6 (0.063)

    9.2 (0.362)

    44.0 (1.732)

    12.5

    D

    Torque converter check valve spring

    1.2 (0.047)

    8.6 (0.339)

    33.8 (1.331)

    12.2

    E

    Lock-up shift valve spring

    1.0 (0.039)

    6.6 (0.260)

    35.5 (1.398)

    18.2

    F

    1st accumulator spring B

    2.4 (0.094)

    12.2 (0.480)

    35.0 (1.378)

    7.7

    G

    1st accumulator spring A

    2.4 (0.094)

    18.6 (0.732)

    50.1 (1.972)

    6.7

    H

    4th accumulator spring

    2.5 (0.098)

    14.6 (0.575)

    29.9 (1.177)

    4.9

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