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Anyone can help me what is the part number for 2003 honda odyssey torque converter clutch solenoid

is solenoid and solenoid valve the same thing by different name

I need to order it to fix code P0740 but not sure the part number

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You should remove the old one first and test it before buying anything. They seldom fail. P0740 code will eventually end in needing a new transmission. Remanufactured or rebuilt. Changing the fluid several drain and fill sometimes work to prolong the inevitable.
 

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See another thread for trans problems. It was started by "1slowCTR". It has some good info that may save you a lot of hassle and money.

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Yeah, the problem is usually an internally blocked fluid channel to the solenoid. The computer cannot distinguish between this fluid blockage and failure of the solenoid itself, since the result is the same: the TC clutch circuit fails.

An internal blockage can sometimes be cleared by changing the fluid. Failing that, a rebuild is needed.

However, it can be tested for 12-25 ohms between the pins. Also, apply 12V to pin 1 and listen for the solenoid to click open.

The part # is 28400-P6H-013 if you decide to roll the dice and try it. Be sure to thoroughly clean the area before removing the solenoid, so dirt does not fall inside the transmission.
 

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Thank you
You should remove the old one first and test it before buying anything. They seldom fail. P0740 code will eventually end in needing a new transmission. Remanufactured or rebuilt. Changing the fluid several drain and fill sometimes work to prolong the inevitable.
 

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Yeah, the problem is usually an internally blocked fluid channel to the solenoid. The computer cannot distinguish between this fluid blockage and failure of the solenoid itself, since the result is the same: the TC clutch circuit fails.

An internal blockage can sometimes be cleared by changing the fluid. Failing that, a rebuild is needed.

However, it can be tested for 12-25 ohms between the pins. Also, apply 12V to pin 1 and listen for the solenoid to click open.

The part # is 28400-P6H-013 if you decide to roll the dice and try it. Be sure to thoroughly clean the area before removing the solenoid, so dirt does not fall inside the transmission.
greatly appreciated for explanation and critical info with part number included in your advice ,
 
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