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The dealership did a spark plugs replacement, oil change, and state inspection. The engine malfunction light came on immediately afterwards. They found it was a disconnected item in the fuel system and connected it. The malfunction light still came back. Now they are saying that I have the P1457 code and need to replace EVAP Bypass Solenoid Vave and the canister.
I am wondering if the damage to the Evap system was due to their mistake of leaving an item in the fuel system disconnected.
changed timing belt,water pump,drive belts,egr valve,spark plugs,coils,car drove great took it to new york & back. filled up with 93,two days later no start. checked everything I did,all good. took off fuel injectors and cleaned,put in new fuel reg. great for one day,back to start.
alternator tested bad, how do I replace it.
Our minivan has almost 200,000 miles on it and has never had shocks or struts replaced. The ride is somewhat rough and we hear rattling noises when we go over bumps. Is the rattling from the old shocks/struts or is it something else? How often should shocks/struts be replaced?
Both front strut assemblies and both rear shocks have been replaced. In addition, both sway bar links and control arm bushings have been replaced too.
How much does it cost me (labor+parts) to replace a new alternator for Odyssey 2000.
The oil light comes on and off. I checke the oil level and it is fine. On my last test drive around town, it came on twice. Once going around a curve and the second time as I accerated from a light.
What is P1676 Traction Control System FI Data Line No Signal and how do fix it?
What name brand, where can I buy, and is it worth doing yourself to replace rotors and pads?
my check engine light is on and it has the p0401 code my car is out of warranty and the fix is to install the egr pipe kit and clean the egr port I will like to know how much should this cost to do as an out of warranty repair? Thank you.
Steering wobbles mostly when I appy brakes. Some times it doesn't but 90% of time it wobbles. I changed my break pads and Rotors a year before. Do you think I need to change them again.
I have 2000 Honda Odyssey LX. The check engine light came on several months ago. I followed what the handbook said "after 2 or 3 gas tank fills it will go off" and it did - for a while. Then it would go out and come on intermittently. For the last month it has been on all the time.
The van runs great, but twice in the last 6 months it did not start, everything went dead, but it did start after leaving it for 10 minutes.
Went for smog and it failed, supposedly for codes P0401 (ERG flow insufficient), P1456 and P1457. The station said one of those codes was for computer, but in all his years working for Honda (he doesn't work there now, this was not a Honda dealer/station) he has only replaced 3 computers. He went ahead and replaced ERG VALVE (EGV658) and the AIR BYPASS VALVE (17310-SOX-A02).
It passed the smog test - but it cost $581.
After 200 miles of driving the LIGHT IS BACK ON.
I have read several site forums and will try injector/valve fluid, fill it with good gas (Shell) and disconnect/reconnect the diagnostic connector under the dash.
Is it possible that they replaced good parts in an effort to fix the problem or were those codes indicative of those parts?
I dread to think what a new computer
would be to replace. Anyone know the going rate? And can I change the computer myself?
the web states problems with 99-07 odyssey transmissions
I am trying to decide on replacing with used or rebuilding the one I have (2nd one).Not sure used will be any better than mine ,Do other honda transmission fit this van ? I have read that the 2 and 3rd gear are weak , would a aftermarket rebuild kit fix this and last longer than the 30,000 -60,000 miles
When replacing the transission what are all the steps?
Does the engine,tranny and transaxle have to come out the bottom ?
I was told my front motor mount needs replacement. Can I do this my self and if not what is the typical cost to replace this part?
Where is the evaporative emissions control valve located?