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Boy can I understand where you are coming from. I purchased my 2003 Odyssey EXL-RES at 80k. At 92.5k after extended warranty ended at 92k my tranny started slipping. I took it to a Honda dealer thinking they would assist me with repair cost after hearing everyone else give their stories about how they were assisted. It was a no go. I ended up giving Honda $4,500 for a new tranny 6 months after buying the car. I was so upset because that was darn near half of what I paid for it. I should have sold it but they said they at the corporate office that there was probably some hope in getting assistance. Didn't work out. I was so screwed. So hurt because I really wanted this car.Report it
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