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Im having a lot of problems with a honda odyssey 2001. last month we took it to get fixed becouse the tcs light kept turning on and the gears didnt work properly,we got a new sensor called tcs and i guess they adjusted the transmition.everything worked properly for about two weeks and sudenly it started to act up again.sometimes i cant even go in reverse but if turn it off and on it works properly again..im wondering if is an electrical problem????

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Normally this problem is caused by a wheel speed sensor.Every wheel has a sensor to detect the mph of each wheel. the vehicle notices any major difference in wheel speed and makes the tcs light flash at you or stay on all the time.This is how the vehicle knows if your spinning or losing control of your vehicle.Have your mechanic verify that all the wheel speed sensors are working properly and have him check for diagnostic trouble codes in the computer. Hope this helps,
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