I’m in the process of diagnosing my wife’s crv. It has roughly 180,000 miles on it. Automatic transmission 2wd. It has the whining noise from the transmission as well as shifting issues. I swapped out the 2 shift solenoids on the outer casing of the tranny as well as a fluid change, with no luck. I was guessing the transmission solenoid valve E (reverse and 4th clutch)that’s located on the side at the bottom with 4 other solenoids and a temp sensor that are covered with a small cover. There’s a harness tray runs into the cover that branches into all the solenoids. Is it supposed to be full of fluid?? I would imagine that with the harness sending a signal to those parts, being submerged with fluid might cause some shorting of some sort. Just curious!!
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