Nine problems related to ignition switch have been reported for the 2004 Honda Odyssey.
The contact owns a 2004 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that the ignition key was difficult to enter and remove from the ignition switch. The contact stated that the vehicle was previously serviced approximately a year ago under NHTSA campaign number: 12v257000 (electrical system). The contact mentioned that the failure was not experienced prior to the recall repair. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The failure mileage was 97,000.
Tl-the contact owns a 2004 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that the ignition was fractured and the key was stuck in the ignition. The key was removed from the ignition switch but it was difficult to insert it back in. The contact stated that the vehicle had been previously repaired under recall NHTSA campaign number: 12v573000 (electrical system). The failure recurred. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 200,000. Pam.
I took our 2004 Odyssey Mini van to our Honda dealership for a recall on the ignition switch. While there, the dealership identified three of the four engine mounts were broken, resulting in a $858. 78 repair. The dealer claims that the problem is not uncommon in vehicles with 100,000. We've had cars much older than this and have never experienced this problem! if it's "not uncommon" in Honda Odysseys, I think it should be investigated. Perhaps another recall from Honda is due.
About a month or so before. . . . Key would almost get stuck and not be able to start car. Then, it got stuck officially. Stuck!!!!!!!!! it will not turn,move at all. Car is locked up. Curry Honda says it requires a new ignition switch. $400. 00+ this cannot be the only one seeing as online searches have an incredible amount of Honda Odysseys requiring ignition switches.
Tl-the contact owns a 2004 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that the ignition switch failed. However, the ignition key could be removed without shifting into park and while the vehicle engine was still running. The vehicle was not taken to any dealer. The manufacturer was not notified. The failure mileage was approximately 188,710. Mw.
I own 04 Honda Odyssey and found the same problem as described in the recall for multiple 2003-2004 Honda models. You can remove the ignition key without shifting to park. The van started rolling, I was pushed by it and injured my knee as I was trying to get in and stop the car. The car hit the rails resulting in minor damage. I tested this problem and it happens all the time, you can remove the key without any effort while the car is still in drive. . Read more...
The contact owns a 2004 Honda Odyssey. The contact noticed that the ignition switch failed; however, he was able to remove the key without shifting into park. The contact called the local dealer who stated that there were no related recalls. The vehicle had not been inspected or repaired at the time of the complaint. The contact called the manufacturer who referred him to NHTSA. The current mileage was approximately 85,000. The failure mileage was approximately 84,000.
2004 Honda Odyssey van. The ignition switch and turn signal switch fail to operate correctly. The turn signal switch assembly had to be replaced by the local dealership because the relay switch in the steering column would begin to activate while driving producing an electric odor. The turn signal relay switch was replaced at approx 110,000 miles. The ignition switch is now being replaced because the ignition key cannot be inserted to start the car routinely without being manipulated. When this car was relatively new and under warranty the fan switch had to be replaced. The car now has 150,000 miles. My concern is that the electrical components in the steering column are defective and that the turn signal relay switch had the potential to burn; and the ignition switch could fail during operation of the car. The ignition switch is a defective part, or the part is from an a prior recall of 1999 to 2003 ignition switch's recalled by Honda that were used in later year models. Potentially, the 2004 models should have been included in any recalls of the ignition switches.
I have an 04 Honda Odyssey with this same problem as this recall. You can remove the ignition key without shifting to park. It has happened a few times and the van starts rolling. Since the engine is off the brakes are very hard to press. In one incident I was out of the van when it started to roll. You do not have to force it to turn to lock, there is no resistance. Honda element recalls element electrical system:ignition recall id# 58731 recall date Aug 05, 2010 part affected electrical system:ignition model affected element potential units affected 384220 get details recall date Aug 05, 2010 model affected 2004 Honda element description Honda is recalling certain model year 2003 Honda accord, civic two and four door, and model year 2003-2004 Honda element vehicles. The interlock lever of the ignition switch may unexpectedly deform, which can allow the interlock function of a vehicle with an automatic transmission to be defeated. Consequence removal of the ignition key when the gear selector of a vehicle with an automatic transmission has not been shifted to the park position can allow the vehicle to roll away, increasing the risk of a crash. Remedy dealers will remove the original interlock pin and lever within the ignition switch, and replace them with new, designed components. This service will be performed free of charge. The safety recall is expected to begin on or about September 29, 2010. Owners may contact Honda at 1-800-999-1009. Potential units affected 384220 notes Honda (american Honda motor CO. ) r44.