Question about 1995 Honda Odyssey

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Engine Check Scanner spit out the following codes


po300
po302
po303
po304
po305
po306
p1399
What would you say is the problem.
Honda Odyssy 2001

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  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    Honda Odyssy 2001
    Engine Check Scanner spit out the following codes
    po300 po302 po303 po304 po305 po306 p1399
    There is one more yellow light coming on top of the dashboard forgot the name.
    What would you say is the problem.

    And what parts would I have to buy
    and the estimated cost for parts and labor

    and whether I can use any Mechanic or someone more professional for this problem ???

  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    Honda Odyssy 2001
    Honda Odyssy 2001
    Honda Odyssy 2001

    (Don't Look at 1995 that was a mistake)
    Engine Check Scanner spit out the following codes po300 po302 po303 po304 po305 po306 p1399
    There is one more yellow light coming on top of the dashboard forgot the name.
    What would you say is the problem.

    And what parts would I have to buy
    and the estimated cost for parts and labor

    and whether I can use any Mechanic or someone more professional for this problem ???

  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    Yes

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Hi,

These all codes are related to misfiring.The most common problem are mis adjusted valves that are out of specification.Most of the Honda shops do have an advanced engine scanner that could easily diagnose this.Some times, it could be an indication of bad coils.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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Hello! I'm working on the problem....Guru.....Saailer

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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    David Burbee Jul 21, 2010

    Hello! Just to be on the safe side...Did you replace plugs or plug wires? If not...The problem is being caused by one of three sensors...These sensors can not be tested or replaced...They are incorporated into the Distributor Assembly...The sensors are ...Top Dead Center...Crankshaft Position...And Cylinder Position sensors...The distributor needs to be replaced...Not a difficult task at all...I buy most parts at an online supplier; www.rockauto.com...They are very reliable and prices are worth the shipping cost...A Cardone Distributor for your vehicle...Which includes the Control Module, Cap, and Rotor cost $272.99 W/O shipping...If you can find a better price; Make sure your getting the Control Module, Cap and Rotor with the distributor...

    If you intend to do it yourself it does require a bit of knowledge...If you haven't done this type of work before I'd have someone do it for you...Let me know if you intend on replacing it and I'll give you the procedure...Guru............Saailer


  • David Burbee
    David Burbee Jul 21, 2010

    Hello! STOP THE MUSIC!! I have your vehicle as a 1995 in the original request...It is also listed as a 2001...Makes a very big difference...Ignore solution until you send a comment confirming the year...

    Saailer


  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    It is a Honda Odyssy 2001



  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    Forget the original request still trying to figure out how that year got posted.

    Again my car is a Honda Odyssy 2001 I think I put this year in every post that I posted.



    Thanks

  • David Burbee
    David Burbee Jul 21, 2010

    Hello! The Top Dead Center sensors (there are two, encapsulated in one unit) are defective...They can only be tested with an a lab scope...For your own knowledge it can be purchased at an auto parts store for $85...It isn't a do it yourself job...I would have it taken to a dealership for repair...


    Sometimes the header of a trouble request will contain the vehicle identification...In this particular instance it was incorrect..Let me know the outcome...............Saailer


  • David Burbee
    David Burbee Jul 21, 2010

    Hello! Would you be so kind as to re-rate my solution.....Saailer

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Hi,

You got alot of problems here.

PO300 - 302 - 304 - 305 - 306:
This is a fault with a wheel sesor which maybe damaged or distance to sensor has changed.

PO1399:
This is indicating that you have a problem with your ABS Pump and modulator, it could be that the pressure has dropped or increased.

So basically this is and indication that you have a problem with your ABS braking system, you may need to replace brake pads or get the brake system bleed.

Also check your wheel sensors are ok on all 4 wheels, these are mounted in the rear of the brake backing plates.
Or ask your mechanoc if he could check the brake system for you.

Hope this has helped,let me know if you need more help.

Thanks

Jason

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    Jason Maurirere Jul 21, 2010

    Sorry the previous information is incorrect, I mixed the year up with the type of vehicle year you entered it into and what you had put on the message:



    PO300 - 302 - 304 - 305 - 306:

    This is a miss firing fault which is caused from the fuel pressure in the fuel system.

    Check fuel pressure,check valve clearence also.



    PO1399:Your secondary HO2S sensor is faulty or sending a weak signal to the ECM.

    You need to get this checked also. I would say that this has occured due to the miss firing of the engine.



    Hope this has helped, let me know if you need more information

  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    I am still not sure whether the first part of your solution is correct or second part.



    Please send me a new response telling me what you think the problem is with my Auto with correct Year and model.



    Do you need a special mechanic to fix the problem or ant mechanic can basically fix the problem.





    Thanks

  • nachman_sano Jul 21, 2010

    reminder for Honda Odyssy 2001



    And what parts would I have to buy

    and whether I can use any Mechanic or someone professional for this problem ???





    Thanks

  • Jason Maurirere
    Jason Maurirere Jul 22, 2010

    Hi



    The second solution I sent you is correct, it is a miss firing problem caused through the lack of fuel pressure.

    These are the codes which you sent me, and according to the manufactuer and year of your vehicle 2001 Honda Oddesy this is the problems.



    Yes any mechanic that is good can rectify this problems.



    They may need to replace the H2O sensor which could range from $100- $150 and they need to check the fuel pressure in the system also. but depending on what thie fault is here I can't give you price for the parts as there are too many things to list as to what could be wrong.



    But a good mechanic should be able to isolate it and tell you what the cause is.



    As for a problem with your Transmission, non of the codes you have given me relate to faults within the transmission.

    So what exactly is the fault with your transmission?



    And if there is a problem with the tansmission you will need a transmission specialist to repair it.



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