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1999 honda odyssey-engine stalls while driving-electric is fine-

While driving my 1999 odyssey my engine stalls out completely, the electric system is fine. I wait about 30 seconds & the engine starts up without problems. Check engine lite said catalytic converter, EGR valve, which have both been replaced. Car has 127,000 moles & fuel pump was replaced at 75,000 miles. It has done this stalling out about 3 times in one week.

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  • GeeKNow Mar 10, 2009

    engine coolant sensor was replaced which fixed the hardstarting but whenever I attempt to accelerate the engine does not respond but sputters - no power - the whole van is shaking.

  • David Melrose May 11, 2010

    Is the check engine light on now? Have you been able to get any more trouble codes? Try to get a scan tool to read out "pending codes". These are trouble codes that are logged by the car's computer but haven't yet reached a high enough value or occurances to turn on the check engine light.

  • dallen4582 May 11, 2010

    check idle speed

    check all vacuum lines

    check throttle mounting bolts

    check intake manifold bolts

    check electrical wires

    check pcv valve & hose

    check air filter

    check fuel pump/pressure

    check head gasket

    check compression

    check camshaft

    check fuel pump

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There is a recall on the ignition switch,
My 99 Ody with 120K would suddenly switch off and come back while runing, Take it to dealer and report to Honda, Since out of warranty. The dealer would do the repairs estimated at $100 charge to you.

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