Question about 2005 Honda Odyssey
I have a problem with my Honda Minivan. It shutters upon acceleration when driving between 40-45 mph. It only seems to do it when lightly accelerating. We have had diagnostics run on it, and the check engine light has never come on. It seems like it's either : transmission or suspension. Here are some facts to help:
* Never does it while on cruise control
* Check engine light has not come on
* Seems to happen only when lighter touch/lighter pedal is applied, not when full gas pedal applied
* Doesn't happen at higher or lower speeds - is it something with internal gear shifting? It's an automatic by the way
* We've had a full fluid flush, fuel flush, etc. lots done on it, but still don't have answers
It has about 55,000 miles, and has been well-maintained and not driven too hard. What else? We're not sure what to do next - every time we have it checked, it costs more to have it looked at. Any ideas?
I have same problem. Another 2005 Odyssey owner at the gas station, said he had that problem, but a local dealer replaced the 'overdrive' switch in the transmission and it fixed it, Cost about $180.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
I have the same exact problem with my 2005 Odyssey (mine has 65000 miles). I took it to the dealer and they said my EGR valve was bad and the EGR ports had to be cleaned out. It cost me over $400 and I still have the same problem. I am planning on taking it back next week. Hopefully I will get some of my money back.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
SOURCE: 95 lumina apv engine shakes
it is likely that the coil pack is failing. quick way to test that would be to remove each spark plug lead one at a time from the coil pack.... if you remove one and nothing changes you have confirmed that it is the problem. i would strong suggest wearing rubber gloves when you do this as the voltage is quit high. i tested a coil pack on my windstar in this manner and the spark would leap from the coil to the wire from a gap of about an inch or so... if you don't see that it is a good indication. if all tests ok you likely have a bad spark plug or wire. there is one other thing that may mimic that and that would be water in your fuel. if every tests out ok buy a couple bottles of gas line antifreeze (it absorbs water). add one right away and next time you fill up. if it is water causing the problem the results will be almost instant.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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