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For the 2003 honda odyssey brake light ,
check the brake fluid if it's low, or if the level ok , bleed the front calipers and rear wheels brake cylinders you may have air in the
brake system ...if it's not and your van equipped with traction control system and ABS system you have take it the the pro technician to check Maybe you have some wiring problem ..and the last thing is
check the emergency brake wire. The connected to emergency brake handle ,,,maybe it's touching the ground .
is there audio for the radio cd player,check if there is audio from wireless headphone ,this system has two play mode,also switch between channel a and b on the rear entertainment unit or headphone.i am also sure there is a preset button the radio that mute the rear entertainment system i will check and let you know,
My grandcarvan sxt came with a remote for the DVD system and wireless headphones from KOSS. You have to press the headphone button on the remote to change it to headphones otherwise it comes through the main system. With the button pressed we can listen to cd or radio in front while they wear the headphones in back. You might need the remote to change it back to main system. The headphones from Koss are lifetime guaranty and not too expensive.
threr is an updated rear drum for sienna's rear brake noise.you need to check to see if yours has them already. they are a much thicker and stonger drum. cannot tell you about the player. did not have any dealings with that issues.
I have a 2005 with DVD - but do not have the wireless headphones. I use the AUX button on the front radio to switch between FM/AM/and the DVD Player. I do have headphones jacks in the roof console by the DVD player, but have never used them.