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.
probably 180 deg out on timing
Incorrect Timing Can Cause Backfire.
you have a leak in the exhaust system lets in air
if it backfires when driving most crank sensors cause this
Out of time or spark plug wires hooked up incorrectly.
I have the same problem in my ram van 3.9. Did you figure it out yet?
It can mean that this engine is out of time. You may need to have it timed.
Poor maintenance and/or bad ignition coil.
Having no catalytic converter installed is illegal and can cause a myriad of problems. Probably not a backfire though.
adjust the timing or use better grade/octane of fuel or both
Yes a pipe would make it go faster and it would be alot queiter than what it is now . It will also help prevent backfire of the engine .
Sounds like timing is off,you didn't brake your timing belt did you.
There are a few things that would make a Chevy van not start. The first things to check would be the battery, the alternator, and the starter.
A failing cylinder
you tell me the year ill tell you why
yes i could make it run rough. not getting the right air fuel mixture will cause a car to run badly.also check the timing to see if it is off.may need to replace timing belt or chain and gears.
backfire timing off
from unburned fuel in the cylinder
A sparkplug misfiring.
timing or a plug not sparking
backfire is the best! rubbish! loosers L