Question about 2000 Honda Odyssey
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
Try the Main Fuel Pump Relay,,,notorious for Honda
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
03 Odyssey fuel pump loses ground circuit. Under carpet just in front of Back seats is connector to fuel pump. Disconnect and use flashlight to look at pins/terminals. I found burnt ground wire inside that connector. (black wire) Cut wire just before and after connector and installed 3 inch jumper. Fixed.
Posted on Mar 27, 2012
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