Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
Did they install a aftermarket or dealer alternator ran in to this exact thing on a focus dealer part fixed it
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Assuming you meant "RPMs Increased as speed decreased." This is usually referred to as a "slipping" condition in an automatic transmission. It's much like when your clutch wears out and it starts to slip. THe engine revs up and you go slower! Especially driving up hills since the load is greater on the powerplant. You should be darn sure you are full of Trans. fluid. Check it properly like your manual describes. If you are in the operating range of fliud level, your transmission is likely going out. If this sounds like your problem, take the car to a qualified service center, not the local quickie oil-change outfit, for an expert opinion.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Check the battery cables and make sure they are clean and are connected tightly to the battery; check the ground and make sure it has a good connection and is tight (it will be the black cable and is connected to your chassis by a bolt. Have your battery checked even though it is showing a green light; nothing is fail proof. Check your fuses and relays. If you can jump start it take it and have the starting and ignition system checked at a shop or auto parts store. A bad alternator will drain your battery.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
sounds like you have a voltage regulator problem which is in the alternator, not changable. would recommend taking it to a battery store and have them do a load test. more and likely you need a new alternator
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
there should be an easy way in repplacing it. you dont have to replace the whole headlight housing. just the bulb. there should either be two screws or it should slide and pop off. if i had to guess the light bulb would be a 168. but im not sure without looking at it. it should say on the bulb
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Use a wrench to remove the mounting bolt from the underbody through the hole in the splash shield.
Remove the fog light assembly from the bumper by pulling its inner edge first, then the whole assembly out of the bumper.
Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by pushing on the tab and pulling the connector down.
Remove the bulb from the fog light assembly by turning it one quarter turn counterclockwise.
Push the electrical connector onto the new bulb.
Turn on the fog lights to test the new bulb.
Reinstall the fog light assembly into the bumper. Tighten the mounting bolt.
Insert the new bulb into the assembly and turn it one-quarter turn clockwise to lock it in place.
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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