Question about 2002 Honda Odyssey
In the last day or so the transmission has been slow to engage when putting the van into gear (both reverse or drive). It also seemed to be slipping today during gear shifts. The fluid is at the correct level, but might have a burnt smell. Anything else I can do at home or do I need to go see the "guy"?
Change the fluid. Since you only get about half of the fluid to drain during a change (the rest is held in the torque converter with no way to drain it), you will have to change the fluid three times in order to dilute the "dirty" fluid with enough clean fluid to make the end product mostly clean. Change the fluid, then run the car for awhile. Repeat two more times. And only use Honda fluid.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Change fluid and filter.try the high mileage transmission fluid its by havoline . its kinda of high .it help some .it will rejuvenate your clutch seals. get them seal better.wont slip as bad. but you might be still need a tranny over haul if that dont help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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