Question about 1995 Honda Odyssey
I have a hard time gettinng the car going, it sounds like once it is out of first it does ok, and it wont go up hill in D4 i have to go up inclines, or basically start moving in D1 and work up like it is a standard. ( it is auto)
I would first try a bg transmission flush, we use this machine often, its not a miracle worker but will help with sticking or dirty valve body and solenoids, this being a 1995 honda i would start there, as far as solenoids its a thought.heres a diagram of the shift solenoids.
The solenoids are located outside the transmission, they can be removed and tested, you may want to start with testing them first, appliy power and ground to see if they open and close.
Make sure the transmission fluid is full. Allow engine to reach operating temp. then on level ground check level.
If level is low then that will cause a problem in shifting. hope this helps.
There is also a wiring diagram to help you find the corrct connection when powering up solenoids.
Note; the other solenoid in the diagram is the converter lock up solenoid. Good day.
Posted on Feb 22, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check spark plugs and all related cables, fuel hoses, fuel filter (change if black but make sure lines and fuel tank are clean first), and air filter. If blank spots are experienced when power is lost completely then firing of spark plugs may be the issue. Possibly also related to insufficient fuel reaching combustion chamber. Available for more consulation after you do through the above recommended basic checks.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
The d is for drive, the number is for what gear you are using.Driving in 3rd gear all of the time will decrease gas mileage, and increase engine wear, but as long as the engine rpms aren`t too high there is no immediate damage.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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