Question about 2000 Honda Odyssey
Make sure the alternator is getting charge to the battery,if it is not,look for a fuse blown,or bad connection.Run a new wire on the back of the alternator,to the battery positive terminal.It is the large wire on the alternator,leave the one that is on there connected,just add another good size wire on that terminal,and run it to the positive side of the battery,do this if there is no charging at the battery.The noise can be any pulley making this noise.The power steering could be winning,check the fluid level in the power steering pump reservoir.If the alternator is not charging,replace it,this car has to have alternator producing 13.65 volts,to 14.25 volts,or it will have problems,such as you are having,the battery can be good,and strong,but the alternator ,still has to be charging correctly.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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