2014 Odyssee never shifted well, and became worse over time. I drained the trans fluid and replaced 3 times with a 10 drive in between changes. Transmission shifts perfectly now, much better than when new. I used Honda atf
When lightly modulating the throttle the vehicle will coast then suddenly/harshly downshift/lock the torque converter. Worst at low speeds like when in stop and go traffic.
Transmission intermittently juddering in 1st and 2nd gear. Dealer can't reproduce. Fed up at this point. Traded car for Toyota.
Transmission was missing shifts. Occured 4 times. Was not re-created. Honda chalked up to a software issue. Wait and see approach.
Transmission was clunking at low speed. Entire car shuttered. Same symptom as experienced at 6-8k miles. Not replicated at dealer. No repair made. There is a significant Trans issue. I see Odyssey owners on Forums report. Dealer = No fix.
Van was shifting rough between 2th-4th gears. There was a service bulletin on this issue. It only applied to 6 speed transmissions. They reprogrammed the transmission and replaced the transmission fluid. Works fine now.
Reprogram the transmission.
Re-flashed computer for jerky transmission.
hesitation on the 1-2 shift
Abrupt lurching lower gear shifts, shuddering at low speeds and partial throttle, hunting downshifts.
Clunking while shifting gears at low speed. Also, transmission hunts.
Front CV joint failed, making noise. Entire axle assembly replaced.
Roughness at cruise under light engine loads. Dealer checked engine mounts, updated transmission software. Problem not replicated by dealer tech, but problem persists. Diagnostics and trans software update covered by warranty.
Diagnostic test drive with foreman; roughness while at cruise and light engine load diagnosed as bad torque converter. Warranty service authorization in progress. repairs to be scheduled.
Honda techline opted not to change out torque converter as initially planned. Shop performed several transmission fluid flushes. Problem not resolved. Torque converter replacement finally approved and parts on order.
Torque converter replaced under warranty. Roughness seems to have improved, but not completely resolved.
Again attempted to diagnose roughness in driveline...dealer unable to replicate. No repair attempted.
This was the 100,000 mile maintenance which was 1800 (including changing the timing belt). In the process they discovered that the axles needed to be replaced. This brought the total cost up to $2775. They also completed work for a recall
Check engine light came on. Dealer said it was a transmission 3rd gear sensor. Sensor R&R'd.
Leaky CV axle seal on passenger side.
Cv joint worn.
persistent vibration at around 50 mph. Replace both half shafts.
replace left and right half shafts to correct vibration problem at 50-60 mph.
Transmission was juttering at speeds above 65 mph. I was first told it was a recall. Recall was done & the transmission did the same thing so then was told it was because need for transmission flush. made appt for the next day. Had transmission flushed in attempt to stop juttering. It did not fix the problem.
Clicking/humming from axles replaced under ext warr. Total with warranty was 587, I paid a $100 deductible.
Requested dealer to check on the transmission due to vibration on 3rd gear. Reported no problems found, no vibration happening during their tests, and a spark plug malfunction.
based on dealer recommendation after inspection, changed all spark plugs prematurely in order to resolve strange vibration. No solution to vibration after spark plug change. Vibration getting much worse, but a local mechanic could not find the problem, but verifies it is the transmission. Took minivan back to dealer to review again the vibration in transmission. They stated that nothing could be done as per Honda┬┤s dealer procedures in Mexico, other than changing the transmission.
Got the minivan to a specialized transmission repair shop. Inspected and scanned. Resulted in no major transmission failure. Required complete flush of trans oil. Said that dealer had not changed oil as per maint program as paid. Back to the repair shop as transmission started shifting to 4rd and 5th gears very soon at low speeds. Shop reprogrammed computer. Back to the transmission shop given that last reprogramming caused the vibration in 3rd gear to be back again very strongly. Reprogrammed again and vibration reduced (still there, but much slightly). Shifts much better now.
Called Honda Mexico to put a complain given the vibration in 3rd. shift. Was directed to the dealer in my town (Honda Corregidora). Took it there and had it tested by myself together with their chief mechanic. Could not replicate the problem Interestingly, the problem has became slighter every time that I kept driving it. Then I did a 4 hours each way trip, and it has completely disappeared! It looks like the new transmission fluid needed time to wash the affected parts.
replaced bad front drive axles (cv joints) both drivers side and passenger side
flush w/Honda fluid
Hard line for transmission cooler rusted through and began leaking significantly. Bypassed hard line with transmission cooler hose. (Alternative would have been replacing radiator, which was unnecessary.)
All drive shafts replaced. A continuing effort to eliminate vibration in front end.
Front Right Axle went bad.
TSB - Reprogram Automatic transmission due to lock up/vibration issue $0 cost
Flashing "D" for Drive occurs after 20 minutes of driving. Transmission 3rd clutch sensor replaced. Following week 4th clutch sensor replaced. 3 days later problem went away. Not sure which sensor resolved problem. Transmission seal leak, passenger side. $20 for part. 8 hours to fix.
Crack in boot
Transmission judder fixed after replacing torque converter.
Severe vibration in second gear. Replaced torque converter when computer reprogramming failed.
transmission intermittent hard shifts and jerking. Dealer could not duplicate- no codes.
Transmission "juddering" still occurs. Dealer could not replicate.
Left Axle seal leak.
Software reflash for transmission required by Honda actually caused "surging" torque convertor problem that it was intended to prevent. Dealer wanted to verify problem before ordering torque converter. Dealer replaced torque converter. They also performed brake system seal per recall.
TSB for minor "clunking" felt when steering wheel is turned. Dealer replaced both drive shafts per TSB. May have also reflashed transmission software again.
left CV axle noisy on low speed turns. Also saw that there is a TSB on this issue from Honda. Replaced.
Drive shaft had to be replaced. Transmission not operating smoothly. There were vibrations. Car didn't feel (still doesn't feel) solid.
Replaced both rear axle hub assemblies
Both front axles needed to be replaced.
Cv joint needed replacement
Transmission would not shift correctly from R to D4. Also would not engage smoothly from 1st to 2nd. Transmission was torn down -> suspected root cause is failed shift solenoid(s) which also resulted in premature wear of clutchpack discs.
There is a known transmission issue. It was very jerky between 2nd/3rd gear at 28-32 mph. After the fix, it's worse. Jerky between 20-32 mph. They feel the transmission needs to be pulled and worked on.
Replaced left side CV axle.
Harsh shifting, jarring the entire van during downshifts. Phone descriptions to different shops have indicated it's probably going to fail, but no one can say for sure... they just want me to bring it in and drop $5k on a new transmission.
Foolowing the ECM programming the vibration/dron at 1300-1600RPM still there. Now diagnostic is torque converter needs to be replaced. It was replaced in January the problem still persist. Left the vehicle for more test the dealer could not find Replaced torque converter, the problem persists.
Vibration while driving. Torque converter was replaced under warranty.
Problem with the position sensor
Transmission leaking. Dealer replaced the left-side transmission axle seal. No recurrence of leak after approximately 2500 miles.
a small controller part of the transmission went bad.
There was a leaking seal inside the transmission and a broken motor mount. Repair cost 1500; extended warranty paid most of cost.
"Extra" noises from transmission when shifting from N to R, but also from N to D. Occasionally, a"snapping" sound will also occure.
Driver side axle went bad at 29,000 miles. Replaced under warranty.
Car would not always smoothly shift from 3rd to 4th gear. Warning light and code lead mechanic to some sensor.
clicking noise from driver side when turning.
Failing torque converter. Arguing with Honda b/c of low miles. At this point Honda refuses any responsibility. Repair estimated at $1800.
Torque converter replaced under warranty because of shuddering during acceleration.
Transmission shuddered slightly during slow acceleration. Dealer diagnosed as faulty torque converter and replaced it under warranty. low droning noise and vibration with light throttle at about 50 MPH. Tech took test drive with me, confirmed problem but did not fix. Recommended a new trans after apr. 19th when he said honda policy would change w/ replacing transmissions
cv boot replace both front
Transmission shudder. Moderate severe. Attempted repair. computer reflash. Unsuccessful repair. Problem not improved.
Severe shudder. Failed torque converter replaced.
Torque converter replaced. Slipping shuddering.
Torque converter failed again. Replaced.
Transmission slipping. Transmission replaced with rebuilt unit.
Torque converter was repalced on the last day of our extended warranty. The vehicle has since been sold and was replaced with a 2010 Lexus RX350 which is already shaping up to be a turkey - more to come on this one........
transmission shudder under light load during torque converter lock-up. PCM flash to correct issue.
S/W update for torque converter
CV boot leak. Replaced complete OEM half shaft assembly with aftermarket Cardone Select unit. Entire assembly cheaper than just a pair of OEM replacement boots and appears to be made very well.
Replaced left C/V Axle.
CV boot leak
Car shudders when accelerating or going uphill. Both axles replaced.
transmission failing, thought it was torque converter (according to dealer), but gave work to local mechanic who used solid diagnostics.
The transmission always ready to brake. But there is a distinctive sound that makes when it's almost ready to be dry, no trans oil. So pay attention to it is like a whistle. That should be a heads up.
Torn CV boot lead to passenger side CV assembly requiring replacement (severe vibration at highway speeds). CV assembly was replaced.
Replaced (apparently) undamaged right axle to eliminate/reduce vibration on acceleration. Repair was successful.
Cv boot tore, lost grease and joint wore out.
Inner CV boot replacement. Right inner boot was replaced. Left inner boot was unable to be removed, told that eventually axle will fail.
New dealer repair shop was able to fix the CV boot problem without replacing the axel.
Both CV axels had to be replaced, 4 rotors had to be replaced.
replaced torque converter
rebuilt differential and replaced torque converter
Transmission overheated. Rebuilt transmission
transmission leak - replaced gasket
Drive shafts ruined due to vcm
Had a previous transmission issue where the car would not engage properly and/or would remain engaged in the "neutral" position. Finally the transmission quit.
Right-Front CV joint starting to occasionally make noise. The CV boot was cracked. A CV boot kit was installed and packed with new grease.
axle boots need replacing.
brake rotors & pads need replacing
Replaced CV axles on both front wheels
Supposed contaminate of brake and transmission fluids. Chose not to have dealer do because of expense and worry about validity of problems. Dealer looking for markup.
Transmission shudder at 45-50 shift. Flushed and refilled transmission fluid.
Replaced front axles
Complete transmission failure due to overheating/slippage. Known issue of 04-06 Odysseys between 50-75K. Replacing w/non-OEM tranny with extra cooling parts because OEM parts known to have same problem. No manuf or dealer assist offered
both front CV boots ripped, replaced entire axel assembly on both sides
Replaced front axle
Several gears slipping and would not engage. Entire transmission had to be replaced.
Replaced the fifth (5th) automatic transmission for the Odyssey in August. The other four were done by the Honda dealer under warranty. The first was done at 35,000, the second at 62,000, the third at 90,000 the fourth at 118,000.
Shift solenoid on trans failed. Easily diagnosed and replaced.
replaced torn CV boot
Power steering still lagging.
Main seal leaking
Replaced driver's side drive axle due to leak at CV boot.
Transmission shifting rough. Flushed and serviced transmission.
Mechanic said the cooling system is inadequate and that the transmission overheated destroying the torque converter and the pieces were throughout the transmission. Replaced transmission and added transmission cooler.
Leaking seal on Front Left Axle.
Van stopped working and would not switch gears. Needed to have entire transmission replaced. Drive train was jammed which led to the need for repair.
Also there is a whine when under load - was told the transmissions whine and the warranty company wouldn't replace it for a whine.
Jeff the service writer at Roberts Automall told me the noise was differential. After drive with tech wawas tood it was intake. Wouldn't replace transmission. He would feel safe driving it for 5-10 years as is. Got Honda America involved. Went to Scott Honda for 2nd opinion. Ed service writer called me. Told me they were replacing transmission. Ordered transmission. Sending it to be painted (recall ) very happy and without transportation. Honda doesn't provide rental.
Replacement of transmission fixed the whining differential.
Flashing "D" light on gear select indicating possible transmission problem.
Unable to use shifter to select 2nd gear. Repair was unsuccessful, but not a major issue.
Transmission failed at 75 mph downshifting to first gear and causing 5 motor mounts to break. Barely avoided crash.
Suddenly, transmission would no longer transmit torque effectively, fluid loss from pressure relief valve. No codes or internal problems found. Full fluid flush corrected the problem.
Check Engine light came on, code was the dreaded P0740, Shop flushed transmission, did not correct problem. I cleaned solenoid tubes, did not correct. Rebuild needed to correct problem, at a cost of up to $3200, sold van instead.
Noisy calipers, replaced locks
First transmission failure. Required ~ $3600 rebuild from Honda specialist repair shop.
The rebuilt transmission began to fail (random shifting, rough shifting, etc).
Shuttering in van when van is between 25 & 30 just before the automatic transmission shifts to the next higher gear.
replaced pressure sensor on 4th gear of transmission
Transmission was OK, but the case seal was leaking fluid.
Transmission started to slip. Drained and refilled 2x and switched 3rd and 4th gear pressure solenoids. Rebuilt transmission...
Transmission went out and was slipping until it wouldn't go
Transmission failed to operate - slipped in forward gears and would not engage in reverse. Engine check light on.
Infamous Odyssey transmission bearing support failure.
D light not lit up. They said needed $10 light (+$50 labor). Got there. They said $500 repair. Left it. A week later, light re-lit back up.
Transmission began slipping. This is a known design issue for this model. Was planning on repairing it myself, but issue became too bad before I could get to it.
Multiple gear failure in transmission.
Transmission overheated while driving through hilly terrain. Installed transmission cooler and flushed transmission to fix.
CEL P0740, transmission was also shifting late and hard, probably needed new transmission
transmission died. Honda replacement is not great and may require a second transmission soon.
Leaking axle shaft seal.
The transmission failed. It would have been between $2800 - $3200 to fix so we opted to trade it in.
Replaced transmission and control module
FLASHING D LIGHT ON TRANS. REPLACED 4th GEAR PRESSURE SOLENOID.
Tranny slipping when upshifting into 3rd, would often not upshift into 4th
transmission failure requiring re-build of system
I have been complaining to the dealer for over 2 years abou the transmission. I kept being told that the shop couldn't find a problem. Then they flushe it, and the next day it wouldn't shift. Finally replaced the transmission.
3rd clutch pressure solenoid faulted and had to be replaced
Rebuilt transmission and replaced computer
Tranny is letting me know to be careful!!!
Early trans. fluid change
Transmission shot. 4th gear, torgue converter, drum. Had entire transmission rebuilt, including new drum. approximately $3000 for the tranny part of the repairs.
Replace transmission with Factory rebuilt (not the same as original) One engine mount replaced. Second gear recall was done around 60k miles. Oil injector was added but no apparent "issues"
They don't ask "if" but "when". The transmission
was slipping and we had a reliable independent transmission rebuild it rather than the dealer which was much more expensive.
Cracked cv boot
Transmission slipping after annual checkup.
transmission gone, required full replacement (known problems)
Transmission 3rd gear failed. Transmission replaced with new unit.
Transmission went. Need to be replaced.
Transmission needed to be replaced.
Transmission lines. Four of them. I believe also referred to as cooler lines. When my transmission was replaced, these lines were not. Driving an lost power. Immediately pulled over and towed to shop.
Use sea breeze transmission fluid and has so far extended the life by more than 10,000 miles in cold weather. I am wondering if the trans problem occured when Sears did some work on my trans lines. I think dirt got into it?
Needs new transmission
Transmission slipping. Had to be rebuilt.
Caught a fast drip transmission fluid leak from axle seal before it drained the fluid and ruined the transmission (cost under $200 to repair).
Typical transmission failure on 03 Odyssey. Ran fine up to failure, then hard shifting and high-revving. American Honda Motors would not assist with cost of repair knowing high failure rates on this transmission.
The transmission went out. There were some signs of it at about 112,000 miles but it went from signs to complete slipping and missing from 2nd to 3rd gear in a weeks time....barely got it to the shop. I'm very disappointed....Odyssey reputation???
Flashing "D" light accompanied by rough 1-2 shifts and delayed 2-3 & 3-4 shifts.
Dealer replaced transmission temperature sensor.
Check engine and TCS light came on and the transmission was slipping/not shifting. Drove the car home, only a mile, and had it towed to the dealer. The dealer diagnosed it as a faulty transmission.
Transmission was whining. Due to extended warranty, the dealer replaced transmission twice with used transmissions from wrecked Odysseys. Still whining.
transmission pressure switch
4th gear pressure switch replaced.
Transmission leaking fluid.
Repaired transmission fluid leak.
Honda had to replace the transmission due to codes from the "Check Engine" prompt. This was after checking the lubrication of the gears on a recall and it was pronounced fit, and also after a new control module had been installed.
There's definitely a problem with this transmission and now I discover that there's Honda forums all about their transmission problems. Honda Canada is doing nothing so far to rectify the issues. Gears sticking, driving shudder, error codes
After much discussion with Honda Canada the deal they offered was beat by the local dealership (who was not even responsible for missing problem). I brought this to attention while still under extended warranty but still had to pay in full.
ECL indicated a problem that requires transmission rebuild or replacement. This was the _second_ transmission in the car, an AAMCO transmission, and it had only 32,000 miles on it.
My transmission started shifting roughly, so I took it in. Needed new tranmission. Dealer wanted $5K, got a new one without known Honda defect for $3500. 2nd - Class Action lawsuit against Honda pending...also needed new motor mounts due to bad tranny.
Noticed transmission was slipping and jerking into 2nd gear. Replaced with rebuilt transmission, also replaced 3 mounts.
Failed 4th gear switch
Transmission needed to be replaced.
Bad transmission, replaced under extended warranty.
TCS light, slipping in 3rd and 4th. rebuild transmission
gears were slipping in first to second, the dealer replaced the transmission with a brand new transmission and we have not had problems since
Transmission failed with approximately 145,000 miles. Mechanic said torque converter showed signs of heat stress and there was debris in system. Rebuild required.
Transmission slipping in third gear. Rough, delayed shifts or jerking shifts since 50,000 miles although has received regular transmission fluid changes 7 times at even intervals since 2003. Repair part only ordered on this visit. No repair done. Transmission slipping in third gear. Rough slipping or delayed shifts since 50,000 miles although has received regular transmission fluid changes with factory fluid 7 times at even intervals since 2003. Transmission replaced. Did not receive full ...
Transmission failed. Rebuilt
Flashing letter D on shift indicator. Dealer states could not duplicate. Code erased. No repair done.
Transmission extreme slipping flaring.
Transmission failure. Transmission rebuilt.
Transmission failed after being rebuilt. Mar 2014 repair no additional cost to me. Transmission rebuilt.
Automatic transmission was skipping second gear.
It was just diagnostic. There was a gear ratio problem as per Check Engine Light Code.
Coolant flush Turn rear brakes and new pads and replace both inner CV boots.
transmission slipping; had it rebuit
Transmission failing, repair not deemed worth expense. We are keeping the Odyssey until the cloud of indecision lifts from my wife's brow, or it coasts to a quiet stop beside the road. It is currently showing a brilliant array of warning lights.
Torque converter was not locking up, required transmission flush and system returned to normal.
Torque converter gave out, transmission clunked badly between shifts. Quoted $4,200 to fix and value of the van was not worth the benefit for the long run.
shift solenoid needed to be replaced. dealer split cost.
transmission required rebuild or replace. transmission rebuilt by local transmission shop. Used the dealer's discount and dealer gave $500 towards it. My total was still $2400.
Flaring 1-2 shift along with P0730 & P0780. FSM said to replace Linear Solenoid A/B and 2nd Clutch pressure control switch & replace trans if problems persisted. Replaced solenoid & switch, problems persisted; traded in on a CPO Accord.
Transmission had been running very rough, and was getting rougher. Finally took it to the dealer (we had had other shops look at it previously) and they declared it transmission failure, and contacted the extended warranty. Engine mounts replaced too
Car was rattling very badly. Shop replaced the CV joint. Problem was corrected.
Sundden horrible smell, then transmission started slipping, and within a quarter mile, car would no longer drive or go into any gear.
Transmission code P0780 was triggered. Replaced linear solenoid and T/C solenoid. Screens clogged with debris.
Dreaded Honda transmission failure. Second gear would not engage, downright scary to drive. I replaced $1K worth of pressure switches and solenoids, always used Honda ATF for 8 drain and fills over the years, added an external ATF filter ľ failed anyway.
The transmission failed. We purchased the van new in June 2001. In 2004, with 42000 miles, the original transmission failed and was replaced under the Odyssey extended transmission warranty program. This transmission lasted until 92,000 miles...
Transmission failure. This is the fourth transmission in this Honda Odyssey (including the original) each failed at almost 40 months of use.
Sluggish shifting, green drive light blinked off and on. Check engine light came on. Transmission circuit. Required $5,000 transmission and torque converter replacement.
Transmission was slipping in between 1st and 2nd typically, may have also been a problem with the torque converter. Check Engine light and Traction Control System (TCS) were also results of this problem.
Transmission needed to be rebuilt. The wonderful great transmission in the Odyssey.
Transmission overheated and would not shift out of 2nd. Shop replaced a seal that failed which had failed and caused the overheating.
Transmission completely died. Van is immobile. Sold for $200.
Trans slipping. Needed entire rebuild...friction disks, etc.
The transmission selector on the column wouldn't go into park. In order to start the car, had to use the key in the box on the steering column to disengage the selector in order to move it to neutral so I could start the vehicle.
Traction control and check engine lights came on, car was not shifting smoothly in gear 2 and 3. so the automatic transmission was replaced. Code displayed were P780, P1750, P480.
Rebuilt transmission; original lasted 189K miles. and broken left axle.
Transmission was slipping when going into second gear. Replaced second clutch pressure switch and gasket.
2nd Clutch pressure switch was replaced due to rough shifting from 1st to 2nd.
Transmission failure. Common problem with Honda Odysseys. This is the third transmission to be installed. First two were factory original and factory rebuilt. Using after market this time. Honda would not offer any good will compensation.
third transmission had to be rebuilt for the second time. Clutch packs failed after 60,000 miles. mechanic rebuilt with upgraded non factory kit. Mechanic opened/modified oil ports.
Transmission not shifting well and creating grinding/whirring noise at approx. 55 mph. Shop could mostly replicate problem, but decided not to go forth until code came up (car is under aftermarket warranty.) Update: a drain and fill later helped.
Worn out clutch pack on the third gear causing the vehicle to slip out of 3rd gear
Replaced passenger side axle. CV boot had been ripped during engine removal at dealer but discovered it too late to try to get them to fix.
traction Control light and check engine light on,
intermittent transmission slip. contacting Honda for assistance.
Decided that transmission was getting worse, so went in to set up appointment to replace and have transmission ordered. Called Honda for assitance and got "good will" of all parts paid by Honda with me paying for labor. Took back to have transmission replaced. Replaced the transmission again after it failed after 215 miles. No cost, under 3yr/36,000 warenty.
Tranny slipping in all gears, will NOT go in reverse
Transmission failed for the fourth time. Seem to last about 40-45k miles. $2,400.
Needed the transmission rebuilt.
replaced 3rd clutch pack sensor
CEL light came on. Prior to that hard shifts and erratic behaviour were noticed.
vibration coming from car. said it was probably internal bearing of drive axle. Had a transmission leak. Replaced seal, no leak since, but the bearing is still noisy. probably a transmission rebuild down the road.
TRANNY FAILED. HAD TO BE REBUILT.
Worn CV joint resulted in heavy vibration under acceleration and at highway speeds. Condition was rapidly deteriorating. Replaced both front axles.
Transmission is dead and requires replacement. Car not repaired - sold to salvage yard.
Catastrophic failure of the transmission after two year of symptoms. Rebuilt for $2100 by former Honda dealer trans rebuilder.
Has needed a transmission since 105000 miles, we drove it for 85000 with a clunk between 1 and 2nd and going into reverse!!! Found a great repair shop in Brooklyn, NY, inexpensive, honest, hardworking!!! RS and D Transmissions!!! The best!!
Tranny went, as they all do in earlier Odysseys. Mechanic told me that even in new ones to service the transmission every 15,000 miles to prevent problems. This is a drain and filter change, not the expensive pump out procedure.
3rd time I put a transmission in the car
New transmission installed (3rd one since new)
Complete transmission replacement. This is the fourth transmission in 135,000 miles with no unusual use. Honda only paid for one!
1st and 2nd gear slipping in transmission. Torque converter malfunctioning from friction plate material suspended in transmission fluid.
Code 740, intermittent at this point, would require 2nd transmission rebuild (first was about 65,000 miles ago)
Transmission replaced. Numerous lights in dashboard.
SLIGHTLY ROUGH SHIFTING DURING COLD WINTER MONTHS FROM FIRST TO SECOND GEAR. NO PROBLEM WHEN WARMED UP OR IN WARMER MONTHS. PERFORMED 3 TIME CHANGE OF 3 QUARTS [NINE TOTAL} OF TRANS FLUID. ALSO REPLACED DRAIN PLUG AND WASHER.
complete trans failure, only 70,000 miles on this trans
This is the third automatic tranmission to fail on the vehicle. This is a known flaw with 2nd generation Honda Odyssey's which is why the manufacturer continues to help cover.
A rebuilt transmission slip after 60k miles
"Engine Check" light came on 4/17. Scanned at Honda dealer 4/19 (code P0740-TC clutch system failure). Took to Transmission shop. Shop owner drove for two days and said the transmission needs replacement. I drove for 2 months (150 miles). Had repaired.
very hard shift from first gear to second gear w/ a lot of slippage to boot; also clunked big time when selecting reverse; replaced with rebuilt transmission
Transmission dead (third to die in this car). Sold as junk for $700.
CEL came on transmission would not shift from 3 rd gear.