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2000 Honda Odyssey no light shows only in D4

No green lifht show in D4 gear in front panel board in 2000 Honda Odyseey

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Probably worthwhile to take this one to the dealer. I think it would be a quick fix by them

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call American Honda, there was a recall on 2001 Odyssey transmission and therefore Honda has an extended warranty for transmission. i just had mine replaced at no cost.

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