What would make 95 Honda odyssey sputter and backfire?
Incorrect ignition timing or damaged valves would make a 95 Honda Odyssey sputter and backfire. Backfires are directly caused when ignition occurs at the wrong time.
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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!
Why won't the key turn in my 99 Honda Odyssey Turned the wheel back and forth wiggled the key tried all 3 keys we have jacked the van up to relieve pressure on steering column. HELP?
There is a known issue with Honda Odyssey ignition 1998-99. I think there is an open recall on them. I have a '98 and the ignition started shutting off while I was driving (which is worse than your problem, trust me) and the dealer replaced it for no charge. I would ask a local Honda dealer if the recall applies to your Odyssey. Jeff
Headlights might stay on in a Honda Odyssey after the engine is turned off because of a courtesy timer. The headlights will stay on for a few seconds after exiting the vehicle so the driver can go into a building at night safely. If the headlights are staying on all the time, check the timer for this feature.
Try replacing the fuel filter. if you have 50,000+ miles on the car, and your fuel filter hasn't been replaced, that could cause your car to sputter, backfire, and race while it's idleing. your sending unit in the gas tank could also be going bad, but i'd try replacing the fuel filter first, it's way cheaper and easier than dropping a gas tank and then finding out that wasn't the problem.