Question about 1999 Honda Odyssey
Recently the tcs light and the check engine light came on.the van has 154,000 miles on it ,but has a rebuilt transmission at 150,000 miles..any ideas?
Take it to Autozone and get them to read the code. If it is a minor problem (i.e., needs new gas cap) fix it and I would disconnect the battery for about 10 minutes and reset the check engine light. It should go off. If it is a serious problem it will come back on. If not it will stay off.
Before you do this get the radio code as disconnecting the battery will disable your radio and you will have to enter a code. It should have come with the car, If not call the dealer and he should be able to give it to you.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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