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My 2004 Odyssey has recenlty developed an unknown problem. After the van has sat overnight, the next morning, after the van has been started, when I open the back passenger door it beeps like it would if the van was in gear. Once I shut the door and try to change the gears from "park" to any other gear the shifter will not move. Any ideas???

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  • cindymnixon Mar 02, 2009

    I am willing to try anything at this point...thanks!

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One thing you could try ,is remove both battery cables,leave them off for 3 Min's then connect the negative one first,then the positive, this will re boot the pcm,(power control modual), MAKE SURE THE IGNITIONS SWITCH IS OFF,AND REMAINS OFF. somme times the pcm gets a little confused or who knows! but its worth a shot be for u spend a lot of $, good luck to u.

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