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Honda HR-V: CVT Lock-Up Clutch Control Solenoid Valve Test (CVT)

Test

1. Vehicle - Lift

2. Engine Undercover - Remove (With 2WD)

3. CVT Lock-Up Clutch Control Solenoid Valve - Test (On Vehicle)

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

  1. Disconnect the connector (A).

    NOTE:

    • To prevent damage, cover the connector using a shop towel.
    • Check the connector for corrosion, dirt, or oil, and clean or repair if necessary.
  2. Measure the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve resistance between connector (B) terminal No. 5 and body ground.

Standard: 4.6-6.3 Ω

  • If the resistance is within the standard, go to the next step, and check the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve operation.
  • If the resistance is out of the standard, check for open or short in the solenoid wire harness, and check for poor connection at ground T12. If the solenoid wire harness is OK, replace the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve.
  1. Connect a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to connector (B) terminal No. 5, and connect another jumper wire from the negative battery terminal to body ground. A clicking sound should be heard.
  • If a clicking sound is heard, the test is complete.
  • If no clicking sound is heard, replace the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve.

4. Transmission Fluid Pan - Remove

NOTE: The actual transmission fluid (HCF-2) capacity will vary from the specified capacity based on the length of time the transmission fluid pan is off the transmission. Avoid leaving the transmission fluid pan off for extend periods of time.

5. Valve Body Assembly - Remove

6. CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve - Remove

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting
Fig. 19: CVT Driven Pulley Pressure Control Solenoid Valve With Torque Specifications

  1. Remove these parts in the following order.
    • Shift solenoid valve B
    • Bolts (A)
    • Harness clamp brackets (C)

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting
Fig. 20: Secondary Valve Body With Torque Specifications

  1. Remove the secondary valve body (A) with the dowel pins (B).
  2. Remove the lock pin (A), then remove the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve (B).

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

7. CVT Lock-Up Clutch Control Solenoid Valve - Test (Off Vehicle)

Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) - Testing & Troubleshooting

  1. Connect a tube (A) to the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve (B)
  2. Connect a jumper wire from the positive battery terminal to connector terminal No. 2, and connect another jumper wire from the negative battery terminal to connector terminal No. 1.

    Blow air into the tube (A).

    • If the air goes out of the port (C), go to the next step.
    • If the air does not go out of the port (C), replace the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve.
  3. Disconnect the jumper wires. Blow air into the tube.
    • If the air goes out of the port (C), replace the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve.
    • If the air does not go out of the port (C), repair the wire between the CVT lock-up clutch control solenoid valve and the PCM.

8. All Removed Parts - Install

  1. Install the parts in the reverse order of removal.

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