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  1. Join Date
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    #31
    any idea kung magkano po magpacalibrate ng cvt sa casa ng honda?

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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by CeeGee View Post
    any idea kung magkano po magpacalibrate ng cvt sa casa ng honda?
    Ako na sasagot.. napadaan kasi ako ng honda spa t.sora

    1.5k yung price ng reset ng cvt

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by CVT View Post

    Yes, bro.

    It is encouraged that you have your battery changed at Honda Cars because they need to reprogram your CVT (for those who has this type of transmission in their City or Jazz cars). Trouble is, there, the battery is expensive and you pay for the reprogramming activity.

    So with this, you can buy your battery from any of the dealers and reprogram the CVT yourself. A much more cost-effective alternative.

    I am just wondering why these car manufacturers did not use non-volatile memories, like flash to store the program values so that you need not program the CVT when you change battery. Well.....

    5707:tumbleweed:


    *cvt,

    sir pa enlighten lang po..

    magkaiba po ba yung reprogram ng cvt at calibration ng cvt?

    tama po ba yung pag nag palit ka ng battery eh dun lang irereprogram yung cvt at hindi kailangan icalibrate yung cvt?

    nalilito lang po talaga ako

    salamat po

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    #34

    Yes, that was what I did with my former Jazz CVT.

    I replaced the battery and then, I reprogrammed the CVT using the procedure that was shared here....

    Calibration, in my opinion, may be required if the car is not performing to your expectations after doing the above. And, you need to have Honda do this for you, unless you have identified shops which can do the same...

    9707:electricf:



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    #35
    *cvt,

    Salamat sa response sir.

    nagpunta po kasi ako sa HONDA SPA (t.sora) para ipareset yung cvt kasi kapapalit lang nung battery nung city namin. quote sa kin before is 1.5k ng SA nila nung naginquire lang ako. pero nung nagpunta na talaga ako para ipareset eh 500 na lang yung nakalagay dun sa estimate sheet kasi sinabi ko kapapalit ko lang ng battery. then ang ginawa lang nung attending mechanic is software reset thru their laptop.. tinanong ko kung kasama ba yung sa cvt..sabi nya eh nde raw ibang process daw yun.. kina calibrate daw yung cvt pag nagpalit ng cvtf at ang procedure nga is same dun sa first post d2 sa thread.

    So dapat pala pati yung cvt reset procedure eh ginawa rin nila?

    SALAMAT dun sa post nyo about sa reset sa battery.. ngayon ko lang nalaman na kailangan pala sa mga honda na naka cvt yung ganun.. naka lagay din pala sa manual. Nde ko napasin yung topic na yun. Kaya din siguro hindi tumagal yung battery kasi nung 1st replacement nun from OEM battery eh hindi kami nag pareset.. hindi pa umabot ng 21 months yung MOTOLITE GOLD.. may warranty naman kaso replacement lang ang binigay samin. akala ko brand new

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    #36
    pasensya na po ngayon lang ako nagkaroon ng honda car luma pa 97 city exi. applicable po ba dito yung subject matter na cvt calibration/reset?TIA

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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by erwinmojica68 View Post
    kahapon ng magpalit ako ng CVTF sa Honda cavite, libre na daw magpare calibrate ng CVT sabi nung service advisor, PHP 2596 lahat. In a weeks time siguro mapapansin ko na. Ask ko na rin magkano estimate ninyo Idler bearing ng city natin ? Yun nakalagay na for replacement

    Sir Erwin san ka sa cavite? I'm from Imus and plan ko mgpalit din ng CVTF..

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    #38
    Quote Originally Posted by lancer5790 View Post
    pasensya na po ngayon lang ako nagkaroon ng honda car luma pa 97 city exi. applicable po ba dito yung subject matter na cvt calibration/reset?TIA
    No, it is not, bro. Your A/T is different....

    10K:dance1:

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    #39
    Here is the procedure (copied from TOV) on how to reset then recalibrate your CVT transmission, it only takes a few minutes:

    "
    RESET CVT MEMORY (from singapore forum)
    a) Start the car till it's normal temp
    b) Do not switch on your air-con, radio, and other electrical stuffs
    c) Apply handbrake (throughout this whole procedure)
    d) Apply footbrake (do not release)
    e) Put your gear to N for 2 mins
    f) After 2 mins, put your gear to D for 1 min

    RE-CALIBRATE CVT GEARBOX (IF CHANGE BATTERY) - autoworld forum
    a) Starts the car and let it runs until the engine cold indicator is off.
    b) Switch off the engine and restart again.
    c) Switch on the front lights.
    d) Shift the gear to 'n'. while stepping on the brake
    e) Shift the gear between 'n', 'd', 's', 'l', 's', 'd' and back to 'n'.
    f) Repeated this process about 3 times about 1-2 seconds between the
    gears.
    "



    http://www.d-series.org/forums/trans...libration.html

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    #40
    pwde po ba ito sa mga surplus na jazz? nka cvt din kc...

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