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Where does the shift solenoid for 1999 Honda vtech3.0 accord go?

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SOURCE: 1999 Honda accord dashboard clock light

use a eyeglass flat screww driver to pry the clock assembly up and out , disconnect the clock assembly and remove the bulb by twisting the the blue or sometimes grey round plastic bulb bottom to remove it from the assembly. install new bulb , twist clockwise to lock in place , reinstall assembly

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SOURCE: Honda Accord 1999 Fuse box diagram

I have the same problem with my 99 accord. For the past few years, I have been able to change out the fuse in the fuse box on the passenger side under the hood of the car up near the windshield. There is a map of the fuses on the top of the box. Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: location of vtec solenoid screen in 1999 honda

Not sure what engine you have but on a 2.3 it is Left front transaxle.
If it is a 3.0 it is located on the lower right of engine.

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SOURCE: how to remove starter solenoid from 1998 honda accord LX 4cyl?

the starter solenoid is integral to the starter.

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SOURCE: 1999 Honda Accord have a code p0730 all solenoids

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Hey Barry, I included an image of tranny, some are external but some are internal , even I rearly test my own tranny solenoid due to the complexity and the chance of getting it wrong , there are a lot of tranny shops that will scan your tranny FREE and give you a report . buyer beware ! make sure the shop is of a high reputation.

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This transmission have shift solenoids that are mounted on the outside in my personal experience I have rectified shift problem with these transmissions by simply change a solenoid or two. My recommendation is to put this vehicle on a code scanner and find out what is at fault first. If its a solenoid just replace, they are a dealer only part and that should take care of your problem. Good Luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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