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2001 Honda Odyssey Transmission Problem

I was just informed that the transmission is going out and it is going to cost me approx. $4200 to get it replaced. Can you please give me more information on the class action lawsuit and the extended warrenty. My Odyssey has 149,000 miles and I purchased it in the fall of 2000.

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  • Bozz1960 Sep 04, 2008

    Thanks for the response. As for as your situation, did you have a 2001 Odyssey with similar amount of miles to my 149,000?

  • chunmeifu Sep 22, 2008

    Recently I am experiencing the problem in the transmission. My is Oddyssey 2001 and I got it in Jan-2001. I have a schedule of service with Dealer this Thursday. My milage is about 11,3000



    Regards, Chunmay

  • ilya17 Nov 14, 2008

    I have a 2001 Odyssey and the trasmission slips when it goes to the 1st speed. i went to the mechanics and they said it will cost me $1,500 to repair it. Need help

  • Anonymous Nov 22, 2008

    We own a 2001 Honda Odyssey EX with 120,000 miles on it. Bought it preowned certified w/ 69000 miles on it 2.5 yrs ago. Noticed small amt of fluid on garage floor, took it to the dealer and was informed the transmission would have to be replaced. We await the dealers decision on how this will be handled. If Honda covers this problem we will continue to purchase cars from them in the future. I have been told the transmission warranty was extended to 109,00. This is peculiar to me that I have never heard from them even though we receive information from this dealer like coupons and sales flyers for new car promos on a monthly basis.

  • racefan88888 Dec 16, 2008

    ive had my transmission allready replaced once at 60,000 miles now at 129,000 have the same problem again. are there any chances they will replace it?

  • odysseynomor Dec 30, 2008

    We have the same problem - 2001 odyssey with 78,000 miles - engine light & tcs light came on - dealer tells us need new transmission - $3000. We quickly determine through online searching - ongoing problem with odysseys however we knew nothing about it - dealer never contacted us. We find out from the dealer after we start asking questions, yes there is a recall etc - but since we purchased the van 'used' with 12,500 miles here in GR Mich - orginally titled in Canada - that we are out of luck - Honda America is not paying for these transmissions, even though they are covering the same vehicle titled originally in the US. We contacted Honda American directly - no help. The dealer where we bought the van - won't return our calls when we call to follow up with them to see if they can help us. So, we will fix the van - drive until just before the warranty is up (we also know Honda uses remanufactured transmissions to in odysseys to 'fix' the problem - yes, they take transmissions from odysseys with problems and 'fix' those then re-sell them to put back into other peoples 2001 odysseys at a ridiculous price. So keep your fingers crossed you get a good remanufactured transmission because as you may be reading, others have replaced their transmissions 2-4 times Good solution Honda!!). Anyway - would not recommend anyone buy another Honda product - they do not stand behind their product!!

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Call American Honda, there was a recall on 2001 Odyssey transmission and therefore Honda has an extended warranty for transmission. i just had mine replaced at no cost.

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I have a 1999 Accord V6 and 2001 Odyssey. Accord had the transmission replaced twice so far and now the Odyseey transmission failed just recently. I called Honda and they refused any help. Their service is ****. Never buy a Honda anymore. They never stand behind their vehicle.

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  • JFixItRight Sep 27, 2010

    I had the same problem with my 2001 Odyssey. When I called Honda American, they told me the didnt have the recall on my car. No matter what I was telling them, they kept saying no. It was a very disappointing experience.

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