2387 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Honda Odyssey. 375 of these members
(15.7%) have reported suspension repairs for their car.
A total of 567 suspension repairs to Honda Odysseys--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
One rear-shock absorber was leaking fluid. Initially, Dealer said it would cost $90 to repair.
I went somewhere else for a second-opinion/estimate (which was higher than Dealer). I returned to dealer, and they decided to cover it under extended-warr
Power steering whine,
new power steering pump, tank and o-ring. rattle in tailgate, loose latch assembly bolt
Power Steering Pump replaced. Second trip to dealer to confirm PS Pump still making noise. Told to wait to see if it resolves.
Power steering pump was ordered. On return trip a power steering well had to be ordered to "complete the repair properly". Waiting for notification of parts' arrival.
Completed power steering repair.
Was told inner tie rods needed to be replaced and possible bearings and an alignment. Too expensive. Living with it
Inner tie rods needed to be replaced requiring a 4 wheel alignment
Power steering pump made noise, especially in the cold. Steering more difficult to turn than normal. Power steering pump replaced (part had come in).
Front wheel bearing is making a groaning sound when turning. Shop said it was a glaze on the brake disc and possibly cracked brake pad mat'l but turning the disc did not fix the problem. Am taking back to shop for bearing replacement.