Question about Honda Odyssey
Check the following:
- Charge state of the battery.
- Presence of fuel in the fuel tank.
- Ignition system.
- Fuel system.
- Cylinder compression.
- Transmission range selector switch (on A/T only).
Posted on Jan 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace the ignition switch that screws onto the back of the lock cylinder, they were a very common problem and actually subject to a recall. You could phone a nearby honda dealership with your VIN number and they may replace it for free.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
The code number is different for all Hondas. There should be a credit card sized piece of plastic with the owner's manual with the number on it. If not, have your Honda dealer contact HONDA with the vehicle identification number (vin) to get the code. Write it down and keep it safe. You'll need it each time the battery is disconnected or you lose power for some reason. It's the anti-theft component of the sound system. Some dealers record the number where you can find it, such as inside the glove box, or inside the trunk overhead. It's a 5 digit number. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 14, 2011
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