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From what I've been reading, paint is a real problem with Odysseys. My 2006 Odyssey white paint just began peeling on the roof between the sunroof and windshield. The primer looks fine, which implies there is an issue with the paint bonding to the primer. The dealer says there have been many such paint issues but Honda America will not acknowledge the issue. Honda America took my complaint but they refuse ... Read More
Hey guys, So i have same issues as some. 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring 1. GPS and radio intermitt lost codes 2. Car would not start randomly / lost power 3. Locks from keypad of course wouldn't work at that point 4. When driving lose power to dash but engine stays on; power would come back on (it lasted only seconds) I took it to honda and they replaced fuse box $700+!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ... Read More
BUY NOW if the dealer has an EX in the color you want at $ 24,628. Dealers in our part of the USA will NOT sell at the incredibly low prices quoted by others here in CarSpace. These HUGE discounts will never be offered again by Honda. I would buy a NEW 2009 Odyssey EX for $ 24,928 NOW IF there were ANY new Ocean Mist Metallic Ody EX within 100 ... Read More
Hi liege, You mentioned electric as the problem with your sliding doors, can you be specific on what you had to fix or replace? My sliding doors on my 2006 Odyssey will not unlock or open electrically or manually. My kids have to climb in and out of the back hatch. I have taken it to the dealership and they can't get the doors opened at all. They told me they ... Read More
Honda Odyssey is BETTER built than the Toyota Sienna. I know because I prefer driving my sister's 2001 Ody EX with 103,000 miles than my 2006 Sienna LE with 27,600 miles. ;)
Honda customer service told us that previous ownership makes a difference. Unfortunately, Honda does not value customer trust and faithfulness to Honda certified service. Our 2006 Odyssey was our first Honda purchase. We had issues with our sliding doors within weeks of purchase and made the mistake of trusting Honda service to resolve the problem for about 6 years , despite the fact that it was considerably more expensive than having ... Read More
Wondering how your odyssey is working currently? We have 2006 134000 miles, shudders on occasion from 20-40 mph. I have noticed in cruise control going down hill it does not down shift. I love my Honda and want it to last a lot longer. Did you have the PCM Update? It sounds like some people think it is better without. Thanks for any replies. :-)
I don't know if my car has defection but honda odyssey has a lot of problem. Power steering problem, now coolant system, My car 2006, 112K. Coolant leak via holes on the pipe which I don't know. When found out the temperature needed reach the highest on freeway. They recall and fix the power steering and other thing which I don't really know. Now I complaint about the coolant leak. I ... Read More
We have had issues with the sliding doors on our 2006 Odyssey since the first week (we have documentation for three months after purchase). The challenge was getting it to the dealership when it was acting up. They made us feel like we were imagining things and insisted that the sliding door system was not known to have problems. When the problem was finally detected (one would not work at all) ... Read More
Well resale value is very real. And while you may not care, most people do (and should). Case in point with my 2006 Odyssey I sold. I shopped heavily back in 2006 and the Town and Country Touring model and Odyssey EX-L were considered (along with the Sienna XLE). Price wise, my Honda cost about $2200 more than the similarly equipped T&C Touring model (the Sienna was within about $1K of ... Read More
These are the three vans I am considering and I was recently able to drive all three vehicles (Odyssey EX-L and Touring, Sienna XLE V6 FWD, and T&C Touring L model back, to back, to back. The Toyota and Honda dealers are literally attached to each other making it very easy to compare vehicles, and the Chrysler dealer is about 3 miles down the street. For disclosure purposes, we currently own ... Read More
I have a Odyssey 2006. around 35,000 miles the motor started to act up so I drove to the dealer and they informed me I was low on oil. I said how could that be I just had an oil change 3000 miles ago. Are you telling me the my van with only 35,000 miles is burning oil? Needless to say I have been trying ever since to get them to ... Read More
I haven't logged on since 2006 when we bought our Mazda5. We had 2 kids back then, ages 4 and 2, and a mini-van seemed like a cavern. Now we have 3 kids, ages 10, 8, and 4 and the Mazda5 seems like a clown car. Anyway, we are very happy with today's purchase of a 2013 Honda Odyssey EX in Celestial Blue! We purchased it from Kokomo Auto World in ... Read More
Watergate, My 31,900 OTD for EXL w RES is from a NOVA dealer. So my base price is approx. 1500 LESS than you were given. This was at Koons in Manassas. I've been E-Haggling for weeks with their Internet department. It's been less than fun as you get the typical dealer bull through email too. It took me about 20 emails to finally get a realistic out the door price. Now ... Read More
Try this: Disconnect battery, wait for more than 20 seconds, and put it back on. My 2001 Odyssey has a few electrical problems: alarm kicks off without reason, radio noise, and all four turning lights kept on even engine turned off and light switches off. After this "power reboot" today, all problems are gone, at least so far for 2 hours. Hope this can help you. If anyone has more suggestions, ... Read More
I finally got my door fixed, after two dealerships and multiple calls to Honda HQ. I was able to duplicate the problem, they saw it, but it was not frequent enough to diagnose. I even recorded a video to show them I wasn't crazy. After being on a first name basis with the service manager, I recommended (and they finally agreed) to "pick a part" Afterall, there are only 2 main ... Read More
We are having the same problem and the dealership is telling us they can't replicate it. I am calling them back and sharing your post. Thank you. Also, I am filing with Honda..
Keep in mind that people with car problems will be more vocal than those without any. Our 2006 EX-L was bought new in Sept 2006, and we have had 143K miles of trouble-free driving on ours. Keep in mind that my wife drives most of the city miles,and she is a patient driver. The tach rarely goes over 3K when she's behind the wheel. I know folks who had pre-2005 Ody's ... Read More
Hello Folks We are thinking of buying a used Honda Odyssey EX-L 2006 or 2007 which has more than 80,000 miles on it. Any ideas if 2006 or 2007 would be the best to go for without any transmission, brake or enginer issues? Any suggestions and advice would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Jia
This is at Kuhn Honda in Tampa, FL. I have leased there before and got a good deal there back in 2006. 36 months later, it is time to get another van. Thank you for your info. I will update my post when I lease with the specifics.
When I asked about an extended warranty for my 2006 Odyssey I was told "there is no warranty extension at this time". Perhaps the only way to get Honda to stand behind their product is a class action lawsuit. They will just roll over individuals but there is strength in numbers and publicity.
We have a 2006 Odyssey that we just De-PAXed. We went with the standard steel wheels from an EX/EX-L; not as flashy as the PAX wheels, but they serve the purpose. Got to WWW.HONDAPARTWORLD.com they offer De-PAX kits [4 wheels, 4 hubcaps, 20 lugs, & spare tire kit] for around $500. Once you de-PAX you can get tires anywhere. If you go the steel wheel option [as opposed to aluminum wheels] ... Read More
Hi - I am in Rochester, NY. I am looking to lease a new 2012 Odyssey, LX in Smokey Topaz. I have a 2006 Honda CRV EX to trade, with 106,000 miles and I owe $3,923. (this was a previous lease buyout from the same dealer I am working with for the Odyssey) Here is what they are telling me, and I will try my best to explain as I am ... Read More
My transmission just failed in my 2006 and was replaced by a local transmission shop. Approximately 9K miles prior (currently have 120K), the transmission would shudder on the highway as if it couldn't decide which gear to stay in. This happened only a few times. We took the vehicle to our local honda dealership, St. Louis Honda and asked that they open a case with Honda. The standard playbook for the ... Read More
I had a 2006 Odyssey that was a problem almost from the get-go. All kinds of plastic parts breaking off (and I do treat my cars well), the infamous air conditioning condenser replacement, several brake re-dos, no auto headlights, lousy nav system (GPS Drive on my iPhone is far superior), and finally the transmission failure at 93K did it in. I had a 2005 Sienna that was totaled. Went with the ... Read More
I am having a couple of issues with my 2006 Honda Odyssey that has 156K miles and I sure could use some good advice on what the problem(s) may be. 1. I believe I am having a transmisison issue as when I take off in the morning my van has a difficult time switching into the next gear. Sometimes it will shift with just a little jump and sometimes it has ... Read More
First of all, no one makes better transmissions than GM; I consider them the standard, so I agree with your Buick example. I've been watching the posts here, as a 2006 Ody owner. My point is that nearly all the problems with Ody transmissions are with those thru 2004, until they redesigned the Ody in 2005 model year. So telling everyone to avoid ALL Odys is not a responsible message to ... Read More
I would consider an alternative if I am to take a loan to buy the Van. 1. Honda Vans are highly priced than other minivans in the same class. Why?? They hold their value very well. That means for the same amount of money you would get a newer and low mirage option. 2. I would rather buy an older vehicle that would not tie me in a loan for the ... Read More
Based on the numbers you provide, you have gotten around 200,000 miles (3 times 60-80K) on your 2001 Ody, without having to pay for a transmission replacement. If that's correct, I'd say you've done great. Car parts wear out, and don't last forever. Sounds like it's time to buy another vehicle. (Our 2006 has 125K on it with no problems yet, so not all Ody's are bad.)
An easy solution is to continue to drive the car over 12 trips or so and the false message will disappear by itself. I have a 2006 Odyssey that does this occasionally and investigated it quite a bit. The car's computer will cancel the message automatically after enough trips are made. Any other solution is cumbersome and not worth it. good luck
Today my 2006 Odyssey's Bright lights, turn signals, temperture gauge, both power sliding doors, and my back windshild wiper and fluids all stopped working at the same time. Also my radio, when turned on, reads CODE. When pressing the radio buttons it comes up with a bunch of XXXX on the panel. Like its looking for some kind of a code. Any ideas why. All fuses checked, no go. Stopped and ... Read More
Take the car to Rick Case Honda. They have an awesome repair facility. On a side note, I have gotten rid of my Odyssey, but Honda should be ashamed of themselves allowing this to go on and on unchecked. We had a 2006 and I started this thread a couple years ago. Wow, I still get all the emails and it still amazes me. Best of luck! :)
Update on my 2006 Ody electrical problems 1) 4 trips to Honda dealership only to find nothing wrong w/ the car. $$$$ 2) 1 new battery (replacement) at Sams' club (free) 3) $3.99 new grounding connector for the negative wire on battery 4) $15 to install new battery connector 5) Being able to figure out the problem yourself without any Honda help- PRICELESS!!! FYI: the battery I'd gotten from Sams (Energizer) ... Read More
Mine was the axle/cv joint problem. My knock was when turning right and it made the knocking sound.
I bought my 2006 honda odyssey certified preowned; have had it for 2 years and for a couple of mths now i've been hearing this vibration sound from the hood. i've rotated, aligned, and balanced the tires, but didn't fix the sound. i'm glad to read the problem here.
It's kind of funny reading the web version of CR. Their comments start off "The Odyssey tops our minivan ratings, comfortably outscoring the Toyota Sienna", but ends with "First year reliability of the redesign has been below average". Their reliability ratings for the 2011 Odyssey shows everything perfect (red circles) except for electrical which shows an empty circle (average). Extrapolating from the comments in these forums, the most complained about thing ... Read More
I have a 2006 Honda Odyssey EXL, with 135k on it. For the last 5k miles, I've noticed the shuttering between 35-45mph. Taking O/D off, nothing happens. Took it to the dealership and they were more than helpful, fixing the recent recall on the master cylinder. I asked for a PCM update, and they said none was available. I asked for them to check the engine mounts (of course all of ... Read More
Just had the Torque Converter and one engine mount replaced on my 2006 Odyssey. I took several years of persistence to get Honda to cover this repair under my Honda Extended Warranty. They would not do the repair until they could demonstrate the vibration that you discribe so after several prior failed attempts at getting the dealership to repeat the problem I drove down their and grabbed the service manager and ... Read More
We have a 2006 EXL/NAV/RES with 94k with the shuddering problem (defective torque converter). Our Honda service adviser told me not to waste our money replacing it. He sees people come back after couple months with the shuddering again. Once again, like the class action transmission settlement ('99-'03) Honda chooses to ignore the issue and replace defective part with like kind. I see another class action coming up on the Odyssey ... Read More
I bought my 2004 Odyssey as a Honda certified car with 19,000 miles on it in 2006. In hindsight, I have imagined that someone else heard about the transmission problems and traded theirs in. Anyway, their good luck was my bad luck. I first started noticing the slippage at about 125,000 miles in Spring 2010. We had the 4th gear pressure switch fixed at 130,000 miles (over $200)...but it didn't fix ... Read More
Our 06 Odyssey Touring has 70K miles. We have been monitoring the oil consumption and it seems to be getting worse. My gauge said 50% so I decided to see how much oil had disappeared. When I checked, the stick barely had any oil on it. We love this van but I still can't believe that Honda hasn't recalled this motor. We should all be contacting our local newspapers and screaming ... Read More
THE MECHANIC Mechanical Repair Contract is a WASTE OF MONEY: CAUTION My 2006 Civic was just diagnosed with the control arm issue as well. My wife purchased the car new with an The Mechanic after market warranty/service contract from Honda. The car has 85,000 miles on it. I was hearing what I thought was a failing rear bearing when driving at speeds over 35mph. I took it to Honda expecting them ... Read More
I had a 2006 Oddessy with the ECO vibration at about 35000 miles, they replaced the rear motor mount and the problem was fixed. I now have a 2011 Honda Odyssey and I have the same problem with 19,000 miles but in addition to the vibration there is a lerch in the transmission as well. The vibration is easily felt under light load while the engine is in ECO just in ... Read More
http://accuratecars.com/blog/2008/11/26/excessive-engine-vibration-with-eco-on-t- he-honda-odyssey-ex-l-and-honda-odyssey-touring/ Excessive Engine Vibration with ECO on the Honda Odyssey EX-L and Honda Odyssey Touring When American Honda introduced the current body style of the Honda Odyssey in 2005, the van had some new refinements. For the first time, many of the Honda vans included a factory sunroof, back-up cameras, and sensors in the front and rear bumpers, that notified the driver if the van was too close to a ... Read More
Yes, all Honda V6 Odyssey and Pilots have transmission problems. As an update and clarification to earlier post: Our local Honda service rep tells me replacing the torque converter does not solve the judder problem. Many people are returning after 20k miles with the same issue.
syamtunuguntla, Stay away from used 2006 Odyssey. They have transmission / torque converter problems. The only known fix is a new torque converter for $2k. At 177k miles, you are also looking to rebuild the transmission. Another known issue is the "active" engine mount failures. Also expensive to replace around $900. I'd look for a lower mile Odyssey (20-40k mile range) with a factory warranty if you are fixed on Honda. ... Read More
Our 2006 Ody EX-L has over 107K miles and all we've done is replace battery (once) and tires (twice), plus usual maintenance (tranny fluid, coolant, alignments, brake pads) and we're in hot Florida. The car has been a dream to own and drive. As you probably know, owners who had problems are more likely to post message than those who have had no problems. We'd buy another (after checking it out ... Read More
If CR is saying the 2003 to 2006 HOnda trannys are great, it just shows how far behind the problem they still are. My friend who owns an Automatic Trasmission repair shop is seeing these vans coming in off warranty and needing re-builds too. The 2007 tranny is out of the Honda Ridgeline truck was much better unless you ignored the re-call for re-programming. Seems Honda just slapped it into the ... Read More
If you look at customers' reports [reliability dots] on Cconsumer Reports 2003-2006 and 2008-2010 had best reliability in transmissions for the Odyssey. 2007 is bad news. You need to read more on Edmunds.com & OdyClub on what members have to say. I trust Consumer Reports more than any other magazine because they purchase vehicles where the dealers do not know that they are Consumer Report people.
Lemme see if I understand this: You're buying a brand-new Honda Odyssey Touring R&N for $33635.00 which is $7010.00 UNDER MSRP and $3700.00 UNDER invoice, correct? With such huge discounts on brand-new Odysseys, what do you think would happen to the value of your current Odyssey? Given that people are buying a brand new one for over $7000.00 OFF MSRP? Better yet, would you buy a 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring with ... Read More
No problems until dealer performed the recall. None. After the recall was performed all the brake fluid leaked out. After stopping the leak and bleeding the pedal is soft. Honda service really screwed up our Odyssey and now they tell me that the soft pedal is normal. We have to pump the brakes to stop. Have an appointment with a local independent garage to have the repairs done at my own ... Read More
I have 51000 miles on my 2006 Ody and want to replace the OEM tires on the van before winter sets in here in Wisconsin. What do you suggest for a good all-season tire for this situation. I haven't had any issues with the Michelins that came with the van when purchased new but was wondering if there were others that folks found to be as good or better. I agree ... Read More
We just bought a 2006 Odyssey with 93k miles from a private party. I was wondering if I was able to purchase an extended warranty from a honda dealer. Honda Care is not available if the vehicle has more than 36k miles or been in service longer than 3 years.
We just bought a 2006 Odyssey with 93k miles from a private party. I was wondering if I was able to purchase an extended warranty from a honda dealer. I went to a couple of Hondas websites but i don't see anything there. Any help? Thankyou, :)
Correction! The 2007+ Honda Odysseys got the newer 5 speed transmission that went into the Acura MDX 2003+, Acura TL 2004+, Pilot 2006+. The old 4 speed and old 5 speed had the engineering flaws. The newer 5 speed is showing excellent reliability. However, Honda programmed the torque converter incorrectly for better gas mileage for the 2007 which was causing premature wear of the torque converter. If you got recalled/reprogrammed early ... Read More
I tried to install a U-Haul hitch in my 2006 Honda Odyssey. I was able to put 4 out of 5 bolts on place. Because of hitch holes misalignment, I damaged one of the nut thread that are welded on the frame. I made 2 of hitch's holes bigger with a round file. But, but now one of the frame welded nut's thread is damaged. Any idea how/where to get frame ... Read More
You are absolutely correct. The 4 speed and old 5 speed transmissions had many problems. They were replaced with the new 5 speed in the 2007 TL, 2003 MDX, 2006 Pilot, and 2007 Odyssey. The TCM (transmission control module) for the new 5 speed (found in the Ridgeline) was not programmed correctly for the Odyssey and if you didn't have the recall done (for new programming) your torque converter would burn ... Read More
This is why I never buy the first model year of a major revision. For any car company. I have a 2006 Odyssey and outside of routine oil changes, maintenance, and a dead car battery (it was 5 years old) we have never had an issue. Amazing minivan. In a year or two I will pickup this revised model with all the kinks worked out and for under invoice.
It's at best only an OK deal - should be able to do better (shoot for something of that vintage with less than 40K). It's hard to rack up that kind of mileage without spending a lot of time on highways. That said, miles don't really hurt Hondas (except as to price) and you should be fine IF you plan to keep it a long time. For comparison, I'm getting ready ... Read More
My Van has been doing this for a long time now. I can not even tell you how many times I have had it back and forth to the dealer!! I even brought it to two different Honda dealers. Seems to only happen when the weather is over 50 degrees!! It almost seems like they are waiting for my warranty to run out before replacing the CV joints, if that is ... Read More
Hi, it seems that I'm not the only one reporting poor fuel economy with the Honda Odyssey’s, I purchased this car in November 2010 and I been getting the normal dealer replied, is to new, is winter and so on, this was one of the major factor of purchasing this car, my old Nissan Quest gxe 1998 used to consume an average of 14 to 15 mpg combine and my previous ... Read More
No new class action that I'm aware of. I was referring to the class action in 2006 that extended the warranty on 1999-2001 Odysseys from 7yr/100k miles to 7yr 9mo/109k miles.
You should sell the van on craigslist or something... the dealer would probably offer like 500 for it... if that. i was offered 100 bux for my 97 oldsmobile cutlass supreme in 2006...
We had our engine mounts replaced when the A-pipe was replaced for the droning defect noise. Our car never shuddered with the bad engine mounts. I know for a fact that our torque converter needs to be replaced. I'm unwilling to spend the money on a car that was meticulously maintained and pampered. I have a 2001 Toyota Celica with 218k miles that never had any major problems. It even has ... Read More
I'm having the shuddering problem also on my '06 EXL-NAV-RES with 80k miles. I first reported the problem to my Honda store around 59K miles and they performed the software update. Did nothing actually made it worse. I returned the car again around 70k and Honda still tells me nothing is wrong. Honda V6 transmissions have been failing at high rates since year 2000. I'm personally fed up with this BS ... Read More
There is a TSB out there regaurding this...I found it on one of the Honda Odys forums. Not sure which one, but they have all of the TSB's on the Ody. I too have noticed this on my 07 EX-L. I have taken it to the dealer 2 different times and they could not produce sound...typical. It only occurs once in a while...similar to the above mentioned. I will check...TSB #10-042 ... Read More
My daughter has a 2006 Honda Odessey. It all of sudden started rough and idling at 3000 rpm. We took it in and they work on it for weeks trying to find the problem. First they changed the oil pump as it was showing an 80 psi. The 2nd go round they changed the ECM thinking that may be the problem. Nope, still run rough and idled high. Then they found ... Read More
At 56K (Nov 2006) had transmission replaced under warranty. Now, at 93K (Dec 2010) transmission failed again, and Honda America refuses to help based on mileage and age of car. We hav only ever owned Hondas, which meant nothing to them. The new transmission was quoted at $4985 + $500 for new engine mount. They have us over a barrel.
My 2002 Honda Odyssey transmission was broke in 2006 and honda replaced it with a re-manufactured one for $2600. it broke again in oct 2009. The dealer said eventhough it is within 3 yr warranty period my miles has exceeded by 600 miles. So the dealer indicated that I am basically screwed. I have decided, let's go American. I have advised all my friends and family members to avoid Honda.
My knocking noise has currently disappeared, did not do anything to it the weather changed and I have not heard it for a couple of months now.. wonder if it comes back when it warms up this spring/summer.
My Odyssey 2005 have exactly the same problem. Would be interested in knowing how serious is the consequence and what the best course of action. I talked to the dealer service, they do not have a ready answer.
Thanks for the responses guys. I had thought that the First Generation Sienna had some type of issue with sludging and tranny issues. My dad had the 2002 Odyssey and Honda was gracious enough to fix his issues for free as they extended the warranty for him. But I should not look at anything earlier than 2003? With regards to two kids, I should have specified, I have two kids but ... Read More
I notice it was issued on November 25, 2010, less than a month ago. I spoke with my local service manager on December 9 during oil change, complaining about low speed/parking lot power steering failure, he said he did not know anything about that, and recommended that I change power steering fluid to start with. I suspect he probably already knew it is a pump failure that requires replacement with upgraded ... Read More
We just purchased a 2011 EX-L RES for $33,692 (USAA price - includes destination charge). Doc fee was $154. We also purchased $1400 in accessories (splash guards, fog lights, body side moldings, roof rack, door edge guards, interior lighting). We take delivery on Saturday. We did everything over the phone and e-mail with Continental Honda in Countryside, IL. This was the easiest car buying experience we've ever had. Highly recommend them. ... Read More
Although we are not in Illinois ( I'm originally from Palos Park, IL) we purchased an 08 Touring no-pax today in Milwaukee, WI. as we live in Appleton, WI. BTW Wilde Honda is Wisconsin's largest Honda dealer. and they were extremely courteous and professional during the purchase process. Since we are neighbors, here are the numbers: Sale price $34,160.00 (includes destination) Cross Bars $250.00 (All options include installation) All season pack. ... Read More
Thank you for the information, this site and your contribution has been really helpful. I serviced the transmission with synthetic, added a additive called Seafoam and cleared the code. So far - so good. It's amazing the abuse a trans can take with old fluid in it, people never think about that oil until thinks start to act up. Thanks again.
Before you yank out that gearbox, you might want to consider adding a few things to see if they help. If I were doing this again I would hae installed a Hayden 678 cooler (which I will do shortly) along with the Mangefine filter (which I did a few years ago, and it helped dramatically). Service the transmission one more time to see if it helps. By the way, a freshly ... Read More
I am interested in summary of the rebuild. I have a 2000 Odyssey with 230K and my tranny oil is starting to slip. I've changed the oil twice this year which helps temporarily but it won't last much longer. Interested in whatever you can send me. Can you get parts directly from Honda?
I agree that I've been disappointed with the strut problem and hope I don't have the torque converter problem. I also replaced all my rotors and pads since the previous owner had pretty much warped them from going down a mountain with the brakes on instead of manually downshifting. Honda rotors and brakes are really not that great, but what else is new. Vehicles require maintenance. Toyota has also had their ... Read More
I have the same problem with my 2007 Odyssey (70K miles) I took it in to the dealer they are telling me the Power Steering pump is bad and the they think the timing belt tension needs to be replaced (they don't know for sure) but there is some type of noise coming from the back by the timing belt area. I have about $1000 worth of work that needs to ... Read More
Hi.Were you the one who said they would send out a summary of the rebuild, if so that would be fantastic. Thank you so much
If one doesn't want (or necessarily need) to maintain the Honda factory look, then buying a set of aftermarket wheels is a good way to go. Were it that I had something like a 2007 Honda Odyssey with the PAX system, I'd simply order via TireRack and specify I had an EX-L (just like you suggested in your post) and go from there. Personally I'd go for 17" wheels and opt ... Read More
I used the Town Fair Tire center at 1675 VFW parkway, West Roxbury MA (617) 323-2882. Any tire store could help you. They need to stop thinking “de-PAX-ing” and just deal with your Honda van like any other Honda van. I only difference is you need to have TPMS install on your wheels which you can buy online and if you get the Honda OEM parts you do not have to ... Read More
RT Thanks for the info. I called Michelin, they don't offer anything. The class action is closed for me. Local tire shops loughed when I said "PAX system", and said "go to Honda, and bring a big check book with you...." Town fair tire solution might work for me Which store was it in the Boston area? I get to Boston often enough, so will give it a try Many thanks ... Read More
We drove both extensively and ended up buying the Odyssey (our third in a row). If Honda had done their homework, we wouldn't even had considered the Sienna. Our last Odyssey was a 2006 EX-L. In 2011, you need to get the Touring to get the NAVI and Rear Entertainment system which we had on the EX-L. The thing that really annoyed my wife, however, is that the new NAVI is ... Read More
Hi Hondanothnx, As posted, the class action case is closed. You should check the web site listed but I think you would have had to opt-out to file your own case. It would be a lot of work for very little reward. I have read that others have tried small claims court will bad results. Many others of bought their de-PAXing wheels, TPMS, and tires through Honda dealers online. I started ... Read More
I would still service it again. It's a relatively cheap attempt to save the converter. A new one is $700 (rebuilt units are around $200) plus 10 hours labor to install it. That's pretty expensive. In my opinion the service interval is too long for these units. I serviced ours several times a year and it lasted 190,000 miles before a clutch disk let go and trashed a couple bearings. By ... Read More
Yes my van is serviced... change oil when it tells me it's time.. all the requirement I need... but I will get it to the shop to see if it is the torque converter box.... thank you. By the way, are you from Honda?
RT I'm curious about the class action. Can you point me in the right direction? I want Honda and Michelin to pay and correct the error they made in installing a that awfull PAX in the touring (and for deceiving customers and not assuming responsibility) Thanks
My current lease, 2006 Ford Explorer, is up the end of March and wasn't quit sure when to begin negotiating for an Odyssey Lease. Currently, I am looking at the EX-L. What is the typical Capitalized Cost, Residual Value % and Money Factor for these vehicles? Would you expect Feb. to be any better than March for negotiating a Lease? Any rumors that Honda will introduce Lease Offers for any models ... Read More
Nothing more than the standard stuff. My out the door price was $40,256 before trade in. I got $12,500 for my 2006 Honda Odyssey Touring with 98,000 miles. A breakdown of the purchase is below Car: $37,613 Freight $780 Processing: $100 Sales Tax: $1,565 Tire Tax: $24 Tag Fees: $103.50 Title Fees: $50 Lien Recording: $20
Ummm...have you had it serviced lately? If the vehicle is vibrating it sounds like the torque converter is about to check out. It might be a relatively cheap fix if you have it diagnosed now instead of waiting until you are stranded on the side of the road with nothing but your temper to keep you warm.
Look, I use to believe Honda was a good company.. .they are horrible now. My transmission sucks. at 35 mph, it shakes like crap and near 55, does the same thing. I can feel the gears are grind and I know that Honda knows this problem exist. They are like Toyota.. hoping that no one complains... . until someone dies. There's going to be more incident of transmission failing on the ... Read More
I looked at and test drove both the 2011 Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna in the last two days. There is not an easy choice. I've owned a Toyota Sienna 2006 for the past four years and it has been great. We were in a hail storm this Summer that all but destroyed the car, so we need to get a new one. This past Winter we considered getting the Sienna ... Read More
Thank you. So, I don't have bluetooth. Is there a link where I can get bluetooth installed for this Odyssey and 2006 Civic?
I had similar issues with the manifold exploding when I started the engine. The problem was attributed to a leaky fuel injector. I have since replaced all my fuel injectors and have not had any issues.
No!!!!!!!! They still deny anything is wrong. Starting to think it my be tranny. Sorry to hear yours caught fire. Do you know where it started?
Hi - wondering if your case was ever solved.... Our 2005 Odyssey burned to the ground on the side of the interstate last week. We had just started out on our vacation and was just a few minutes from home. No word yet from fire inspector.
If you have hard steering and the car seems to wander on the road even after an alignment then you may have the same problem I had. This seems to affect 2006-2008+ Odyssey's that had the new struts to make the ride softer than the 2005. I had a 2005 and it had hard suspension (rode very stiff). Honda used different struts starting in 2006 to make a soft ride. I ... Read More
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