176 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2004 Honda Odyssey. 14 of these members
(8%) have reported transmission repairs for their car.
A total of 21 transmission repairs to 2004 Honda Odysseys--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
Chart based on 23 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
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2004 Honda Odyssey 4dr Minivan, ext.
240-horsepower 3.5L V6 5-speed automatic FWD
Transmission shifting rough. Flushed and serviced transmission.
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.
First transmission failure. Required ~ $3600 rebuild from Honda specialist repair shop.
The rebuilt transmission began to fail (random shifting, rough shifting, etc).
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.
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.
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.
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.