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Does the 1997 honda odyssey have transmission problem

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Generally no, The transmissions in the 97 honda odysseys are rated as having infrequent problems reported, all with low repair cotss. The transmission in the 97 odyssey is the same through the series (95-99) which is in most cases the same transmission that they install in the honda accords with some minor differences. The same goes for the engine also, The f22b6 in the odyssey is almost identical to the f22b2 in the accord. You can also get away with using an f22b out of japan, it is compatible with both.

If you need to replace your transmission or engine or both, i would recommend purchasing a jdm transmission or engine that is compatible with your vehichle, I personally was able to get a 30k engine and transmission shipped to my house for $770.

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LOOK ON THE INTERNET.LOOK UP PROBLEMS WITH 1997 HONDA ODYSSEY TRANSMISSION ARCHIEVES WHERE PEOPLE WILL TELL YOU PROBLEMS THAT THEY HAD WITH TRANSMISSION.LOOK UP RECALLS OR TROUBLE WITH TRANSMISSION.

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  • lron man Oct 06, 2011

    I have a 1997 honda odyssy its goes but when it get hot it stop going wat the problems to odyssy

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