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My 2004 odyessey has the "D" in gear selector Blinking

THe "D" keeps blinking even if I move gear lever to differant possition ,
the selected gear shows green or red but the "D" keeps blinking Green

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  • rpdecker Nov 30, 2008

    Dear Sir; I am aware that there is a problem with AT.what I want to know is specifically what could be the problem, and is the Honda FIX the solution' or temp fix.

    This apparently is an ongoing problem with the 2001-through 2004 Honda, they install a larger return line from the transmission cooler, and is this a LONG time cure or a get you out of their shop

    type fix

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That indicates there's an issue with the A/T and more then likely a trans code is stored

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