My 1999 Honda Odyssey transmission went bad in 2005. The dealer replaced my transmission which was still warranty.. the warranty was lengthened to 100k miles because of problems w/these transmissions
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Make sure the transmission is never (NEVER) overfilled! Bought one (HONDA Certified Used Car) with the extended warranty and all the service checks before getting out of the dealership. Seems the tech slightly overfilled the transmission when topping off the fluids and pressure built up in the transmission and cracked the case! Good Note!!--Honda took care of the cost of a new (remanufactured) transmission.
"The price of a brand new 2012 Honda Odyssey generally starts at $28,885. The dealer may have a demo vehicle used for test drives at a lower price than that."
We had exactly the same problem with our Odyssey. It was related to the transmission. Honda had a recall on the transmission and ended up providing a new transmission (at our installation cost). It seemed acceptable, since the van had 85K miles on it.
The cost to replace a transmission on a Honda Civic depends on where the transmission is purchased, if it is new or used, and the charge of labor if any at all. Some used transmissions for a Honda Civic can start around $500. A new transmission can start around $1,700.
One can buy second hand 2002 Honda Odyssey in New York from the following retailers: Ready Honda, Motor Parks, Cars, Car Gurus, Cars for Sale, AOL Auto, Yahoo Auto, Kijiji.
New remanufactured from Honda around $3,000 installed.
The rear window motor on a Honda Odyssey is replaced by removing the cover screws, disconnecting the wiring harness, and unbolting the motor. A new motor can then be put in place and bolted in.
To replace the radiator in a Honda Odyssey you have to drain the coolant out of the old one. Then you unscrew any fasteners and hoses and lift the old radiator out of the van. Place the new radiator into the vehicle, reattach hoses and screws, and refill with new coolant.
NO! The filter on your Accord is a non-maintenance item. It is inside the transmission and the unit must be disassembled to gain access to the filter. It is only replaced when the transmission is rebuilt. However, you need to change your transmission fluid every 60,000 miles. Caution!! Use only Honda ATF Z1 transmission fluid, and nothing else. Not a substitute or a universal fluid.
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You can change the alternator, on a 2002 Honda Odyssey, by first removing the alternator belt. Remove the ground and hot wires. Remove the three retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new alternator.
There is a fill bolt on top of the trans. It is below and between some brake lines that run on top of the trans. The bolt is large and may say ATF on it. It is very hard to remove. Need a 1/2 inch drive socket set and a long handle breaker bar. The Trans changed totally in 2002. The transmissions of the Odyssey in all years are not as reliable as old Honda's and the 1999 through 2001 have had the warranty extended to 7 yrs 100,000 miles. Good luck. You may need luck since the Odyssey transmission is not up to old Honda reliability standards. Change th fluid every 36,000 miles and do not tow anything with this vehicle. 1. Bring transmission up to operating temperature by driving the vehicle. 2. Park the vehicle on level ground, and turn the engine off 3. Remove ATF filler bolt and the drain plug, and drain the automatic transmission fluid. 4. re-install the drain plug with a new sealing washer. 5. Refill the transmission with the recommended fluid into the filler hole to the upper mark on the dipstick. Caution: Use only Honda ATF Fluid. 6. Install the ATF filler bolt with a new sealing washer. Torque for drain plug: 36lb-ft Torque for filler bolt: 33 lb-ft. There is no user replaceable transmission filter. The filter is located within the transmission and is only replaced when the transmission is overhauled.
Both cars are really great! Both of the new versions are updated, it's really what you are looking for. The Odyssey is great for people with younger kids who carpool and travel a lot. The Pilot had a lot of new upgrades and is just an overall great car. Go to the Honda website or look up reviews for more information. Hope this helped!
How much it cost to put a transmission in a 1999 passat
About a half if done profesionally.
Remove the 2005 Honda Odyssey rear wiper arm from the wiper motor. Remove the wiring harness from the wiper motor. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new wiper motor.
In your owners manual, there should be a radio code & how to enter it.
how much for a new transmission?
The 2010 Honda Odyssey is listed as getting 17 city/23 highway miles per gallon, which is the same as the 2009 Honday Odyssey. The 2011, however, gets 18 city / 27 highway mpg, making it a better choice if you're concerned about fuel economy.
If the whole car feels like its bucking it could be the transmission is slipping. Either its going bad or you need to get new transmission fluid. Sometimes older cars, especially automatics, do that if you put in a lower gear other than drive.
No it will not bolt up to the engine. The 99 5.3L is the new designed engine and it is all different. You must stay below the early month of 1999 to get a transmission to fit the 99 5.7L engine.
Possible, yes. Easy? No.