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2002 odyssy auto shift point

I just got my 2002 odyssy trans rebuilt.Converter used to lock up at 41 mph now it locks up at 48mph shop said it normal? whats wrong? and can I change it? Harry

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  • bcbonneville Dec 27, 2008

    No its is not correctly iHave a 2003 odyssey also and it locks up at 41 mph thanks for your try. Harry

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Have you thought maybe it is finally working proper now! if torque converter wasn't locking up yes then I would say something wrong!

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • John Jon Dec 27, 2008

    ""rebuilt""" this is not going to behave as if it was from factory!!!!!!!!!!!!!! brand spanking new from factory then yeah!!!!okay well good luck hope i was a help

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