What does P0780 Shift Malfunction mean, do I need a new transmission? Check engine light came on 5 months ago, sometimes my car shift gears hard then continue shifting smooth. This happens more frequent now. CODE P0780 Shift Malfunction
Honda Q&AAsk Your Question
2002 Honda Accord Question: What does P0780 Shift Malfunction mean, do I need a new transmission?
Superbob November 13, 2010, 18:43Master
P0780 indicates a shift solenoid malfunction. If so, you probably wouldn't need a complete transmission overhaul, just some valve body work to replace the solenoid(s). P0780 doesn't specify which solenoid so some diagnosis would be required.
Here's a directory list for you:
ReplyREPAIRMYCAR23, November 13, 2010, 21:07Rookie
Does P0700 Mean I need a new Transmission or is this code for information only? I had a Transmission scan done for P0780 code and was advised by AAMCO yes I have a code P0780 but I have a new code of P0700 and they recommended I need a new transmission $1900-$2400 to repair, but my car shifts smooth at times but sometimes in 2nd or 3rd it shifts hard. Can someone please expalin what does P0700 mean?
ReplyVisitor, December 22, 2010, 07:01
i need ur help
i have change my acura cl 3.2 tranny but it does not work fine...1st speed is good, 2nd speed is good, 3, 4 & 5th speed crach does not work and MIL turn on and D5 flash....the scan tool shows P0780 (AT)
yet it a transmission that was well on another acura cl
help me please
Replyhenryclyt, January 04, 2015, 14:20Rookie
replace both solenoid after flush ,and tps sensor that should do the job
Answer #2Visitor, February 21, 2011, 20:30
wait before replace the trans. check your thermastad ,if need to replace get dealer part,flush trans oil ,get the tran oil for your car no jobber oil,place a tran filter special magnetic transmission filter 3/8 hole size,pick metal frament that goes on the return cooler line ,note good to add trans cooler a small one . note check replacing the trans made test on the computor PCM need reprogram or replace.check evap at gas tank check valves, stay open