This is an update to my post on 07/03/10 regarding the transmission problem with my 2007 Odyssey 40k miles. The dealership I went to told me that Honda did not admit there was problem with the transmission because the warning/engine light did not turn on. Eventually the dealership did put in a new torque converter. However, the brake issue was never resolved and there is still problem with brake even after they re-rotor the disc?. I think the dealership does not know what the problem is. On one rainy day, I almost hit the car in front of mine because the odyssey glided forward even though I pressed the brake all the way. I called Honda manufacture customer service and spoke to the manager
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Honda manufacture should stand behind their products. We, consumers, should not have to make many trips and had many arguments with dealership in order get the problems fixed.
It is surprising that even if honda problems (tranny, motor mounts, steering.....) are written all over the net Hondas are still considered the most reliable cars by some (Consumer Reports...).
Own an Ody...it squeaks, 2nd tranny is iffy since new, motor mounts.
or just type carproblems.com, honda transmission problems.com....and find for yourself
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