Question about 2000 Honda Odyssey
Posted by Anonymous on
When cranking you fell the engine turn faster then normal. it could be your timing belt that's broken.
Posted on Apr 12, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are a few ways to doing this, and it takes time and a few band aids. You can remove the alternator to give you some room to access the rear spark plug with an extension and swivel spark plug socket. You can also get to the plugs from under neath if you have a ramp and long arm, an extension and swivel spark plug socket will help. You may have to use a 2x4 to wedge the engine to give you some room if you have larger arms. The other way is to tilt the engine forward by disconnecting the two top engine mounts. First replace the 3 front plugs and wire one at a time so you don't cross them. After you have changed the front plugs have a friend help you. Make sure the parking brakes are on and disconnect the two top engine mounts, release the parking brakes and let the transmission in park. Push the van forward slowly to tilt the engine forward far enough to give you room with out pushing it to far in to the radiator. Put the parking brakes on again to keep the van from rolling back and place a block of wood behind and in front of the rear wheels. Don't want to lose an arm. Replace the rear plugs with extensions and a swivel spark plug socket. Note, your going to have to replace the spark plug wire since the rear ones are really hard to remove and pulling on then will destroy them, not worth the headache trying to save them. Use platinum plugs so you can get 100.000 miles before you have to change them again so use anti-seize on the plugs so you can remove them again. Good luck and hope this helps, I personally go from under the van.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
I had the same code/symptoms a few weeks ago. Dealer did a nice job checking through all the details. Replaced the egr too, but no improvement. Finally found one cylinder not firing correctly (not the same pressure as the other cylinders.) Dealer did a value clean/adjustment, for about $250, and the problem has been gone for about a month now. We are also getting about 15% better mileage.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Check your fuses if all OK, then check for spark. If you have good spark find the main relay, often under dash. Remove the cover and check out the relay circuit board and look for annular cracking around any of the soldered joints. If any of the joints are 'dry' simply resolder and that should fix the problem for good. The main relay feeds electricity to the both the ignition circuit and the fuel pump so it is good just to be sure that this element is working OK especially on older Hondas that have a bit of reputation of a weakness in this area
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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