Honda Odyssey owners have reported 35 problems related to car stall (under the engine and engine cooling category).
I purchased the Honda Odyssey 2002 on tues July 28th 930pm and was driving home. I lived 1 hour away from the Honda dealership. Upon driving for first 40 minutes of highway around 1020pm as I entered jersey city, NJ the van stalled at very 1st traffic into the city. It came up with 2 indicators: tcs and malfunction indicator lamp. The engine indicator is still on. I tried to drive the van from traffic light and it wouldn't go over 20mph while rpm would move to 4-5. I pullled over and waited 5 minutes, turned off the van and restarted. I drove/made it home slowly with my heart pumping very fast. Please let me know what Honda is going to do to take care of these problems. The van had gone through multi point inspection and we were aware of known issues but these transmission issue was in the clear and happens on my drive home. And thank god it happen in the city while standing at the traffic light vs highway as well as the very same day vs a month later where I would of have been out of luck. But time will tell now who makes what effort to resolve my issue. Feel free to call me at 212-435-6625 or 347-899-6778.
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The contact owns a 2007 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that while driving 55 mph, the vehicle stalled without warning. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician was unable to duplicate the failure. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 79,438.
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I am an original owner of a 03 Odyssey. Perfect maintenance record. Carefully driving and never tow anything. Transmission started to slip and lock up around 93k miles without warning. Crash almost occurred on a busy highway twice. Have two dealer checked up and both said need a replacement. Call Honda and got very bad customer service. Honda denied responsibility, but offerrd 25% replacement cost. 02-04 Odyssey had transmission recall in 04. My van was over 20k and only got an oil injet kits installed. I believed the faulty transmission has already been damaged at that time. The recall is a scam from Honda to cheat, to delay the problem and to save cost. Everyone knows an oil injet kits costs a fraction of a new transmission. This is the same kind of scam as another japanese product, takata air bag recall. My van also equipped with takata faulty airbags. I requested airbag replacement through a Honda dealer two months agao and was told they were odered, but have to wait. Driving a Honda product everyday to sent my daughter to school with faulty transmission and airbags, I have higher risk to be killed or injured because the transmission could fail and result in clash, and the airbag could deploy and kill or injured myself and daughter. What a nightnaire! I just got my transmission replaced with $3k out of my pockets. I sent the invoice to Honda ceo 3 times to request full imbursement and was denied. Honda has the full responsibility for its faulty products. I request a full investigation on Honda's handling on its recalls.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2004 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that while driving 50 mph, the engine light illuminated, and vehicle stalled frequently. The manufacturer was notified. The vehicle was diagnosed by a private mechanic as a tork converter system failure. The vehicle was not repaired. Failure mileage was 128,000 and the current mileage was 128,050.
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The contact owns a 2012 Honda Odyssey. While driving 78 mph, the contact stated the vehicle stalled and all of the warning lamps illuminated, then powered off. The contact was able to get the vehicle safely off of the highway. The vehicle was towed to the dealer for inspection. The dealer did not specify what component failed. The vehicle was repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the incident. The approximate failure mileage was 14,050.
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I did not know the motor mount was an issue on Honda Odyssey but I already replace one so far on my van after a month I took my van for a ignition recall and overall the van did not any problems at all after getting it back from the dealer but after a few weeks the engine keep shutting down in a low idle, no accidents so far only mad people behind me when my van stalls. Can you (NHTSA) investigate or let me know if this is a Honda issue or my, one other problem is suspension is to noisy feels like leaving wheels behind I hope you take matter on all complaints before someone get hurt.
The contact owns a 2006 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that the check air bag warning light was illuminated. The dealer stated that the wiring of the air bags was not properly installed and as a result, the air bags would not deploy properly in the event of a crash. The contact was also advised that the engine valves, rear brakes and the rear engine mount would need to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacture was made aware of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 80,000. The current vehicle mileage was 113,000 miles.
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Tl-the contact owns a 2002 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that while driving 40 mph, the vehicle would shook abnormally and stalled. The contact took the vehicle to a local mechanic however, the mechanic could not diagnose the vehicle. The contact did not take the vehicle to the dealer for a diagnostic test. The failure mileage was 160,000. Kmj.
2012 Honda Odyssey. Consumer writes in regards to acceleration problems. The consumer stated when she slowed down or let off the gas pedal, the engine acted as though it was going to shut off, then all of a sudden it would lurch forward. It also happened when letting off the gas to turn a corner, and when she attempted to accelerate, it felt as though the vehicle was going to stall.
The contact owns a 2011 Honda Odyssey. The contact stated that while traveling various speeds, the vehicle intermittently stalled. The vehicle was taken to the dealer where the failure could not be diagnosed. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was contacted about the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 25,000.
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While driving down a main street at approximately 45 mph, the engine revved up and the car felt like it had stalled, but with the engine running. . . I was able to continue for a short distance at increasingly slower speeds. Once at the traffic light, I cut the car off and back on, it helped me to move forward up to about 30 mph for about 2 minutes, turned on and off at every chance until I was able to make it back into my neighborhood, than I tried to cut off and see if reverse would work and it did nothing, I cut off one last time and back on and was able to finally pull the car into the driveway.
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My Honda Odyssey has "stalled" on numerous occasions. It happens most often when you are slowing down to near stop and then need to rapidly accelerate (ie, you are approaching a red light that then turns green). It often pauses and stutters (almost like it jumps) before actually accelerating. It has never completely cut off, it just feels like it is going too. This problem always occurs on an incline as well. For example, if must stop on a hill and then accelerate - it feels like it will most certainly cut off before rapidly starting to accelerate several seconds later. One time, several months ago, I actually had to have the vehicle towed in because it was doing it so much and I was afraid to drive it on the highway. I was told by the Honda dealer that it was a spark plug problem (corroded or something) and these were replaced. However, the problem has persisted. Vehicle is currently in the shop again because it is now occurring every single time I drive it. Currently, have about 40,000 miles on it.
Dera sir: we bought this vehicle (Honda Odyssey, 2007) in may 2007 in michigan. Since last 18 months, we have been experiencing serious issues with this vehicle. One issue was power steering (not able to maneuvering), I went to Honda. They changed the power steering unit twice in the last 12 months (I purchased extenede warranty, otherwise it would have been an expensive thing for me). Again, I had same issue this week, then I went to Honda. They mentioned "right side inner and outer tie rods loose and were completely worn out". They did mentiioned to me that it is dangaerous to drive this vehicle. They kept my vehicle overnight and installed a new part. I believe there is serious flaws in the design of this particle year model. Today I am experienceing different problem, shaking engine at 40 mph. They did update the software but still there is problem in this vehicle. I apreciate if nha would take a look into this matter. I almost spent more than $10000 on this vehicle and I realized I bought a piece of junk from Honda which I thought was a reliable maker. Information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6).
Check engine is on. When cruising the car the is a slip in the transmission at lower gear. The rpm increase and vehicle stalls. Conicelli Honda service center, conshohocken, PA described the problem as internal transmission failure.
The contact owns a 1999 Honda Odyssey. While driving, the contact stated that the vehicle would stall at any time with the illumination of various warning lights. The dealer and manufacturer were notified of the failure but denied any assistance to the contact. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 140,000 and the current mileage was 142,000.
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The contact owns a 2007 Honda Odyssey. The contact was driving 10 mph in rainy weather when the vehicle stalled. The entire instrument panel illuminated when the failure occurred. The contact stated the failure would only occur in rainy weather. The dealer advised that the vehicle would need to be diagnosed before making any repairs. The manufacturer advised the contact that the vehicle was outside of warranty and would not provide any assistance. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 48,000 and the current mileage was 48,007.
The contact owns a 2006 Honda Odyssey. While traveling 25 mph the contact stated that the vehicle started to stall and run erratic. The contact took the vehicle to a mechanic who stated that the rear motor mounts had broken. The VIN was not accepted in the system. The failure mileage was 72885 and the current mileage was 74341. Updated 7/28/10 upadted 08/03/10.
The 2001 Honda Odyssey started having problems of stalling while driving on 01/15/10. When the problem occurred again on 01/20/10, we brought it to a Honda dealer for examination. The dealer had it for nine days until 01/29/10 but was unable to make a diagnosis. On 01/29/10, we took the vehicle back. On 02/03/10 and 02/04/10, the stalling recurred so we brought it back to the same dealer. Now, having been unsuccessful to make a diagnosis, the dealer notified us that they would not make any more attempts to repair the vehicle.
My 1996 Honda Odyssey died several times while stationary and/or driving, including one incident on the highway at high speed. I took it to aaa care plus, got spark plug, spark plug wire set, distributor replaced. It still stall frequently. After doing a google search learned that 1996 Odyssey has problem. Other have also reported. Want to know what Honda is doing about it as this model was recalled for same problem in china and europe.
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The contact owns a 1999 Honda Odyssey. The contact was driving 30 mph when the vehicle stalled without warning. The contact took the vehicle for diagnostic testing but the vehicle was unable to be diagnosed. The failure mileage was 199,000.
The contact owns a 2008 Honda Odyssey. While driving 65 mph, the vehicle suddenly stalled. The contact could not restart it and had it towed to the dealer. Three weeks later, the mechanic stated that the engine needed to be replaced. Once it was replaced, the vehicle began to shake while driving at any speed. She took the vehicle back to the dealer and they stated that it was working properly. While driving home, the vehicle stalled again and all of the instrument panel lights were illuminated. The vehicle was towed to the dealer and, after a few days, they claimed that the vehicle was fine. The dealer further stated that the vehicle would shake for a few days before returning to normal; however, the failure continued. The contact took the vehicle back to the dealer and they stated that there was transmission failure. When she retrieved the vehicle from the dealer, she was informed that the transmission was replaced. After all the repairs, the failure still persists. The failure mileage was 32,450 and current mileage was 35,000.
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The contact owns a 2000 Honda Odyssey. While driving at various speeds, the vehicle stalls and restarts minutes later. The failure occurs without warning. The dealer stated that the vehicle was out of warranty and the recall was not valid. The failure mileage was 88,000.
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The engine consumes almost 1 quartz of oil every 1000-1500 miles since we bought it brand new. Dealer insists it is ok. Now the vehicle has 55000 miles, but oil has to be added regularly. This is absurd. The problem tends to occur to vehicles equip with vcm engines. Honda corporation admitted there is a problem, so Honda came out with a service bulletin 11-033 which updating the pgm-fi software. I brought my vehicle to the dealer along with the service bulletin to have the vehicle update, but they refused to do it. Consider these engines will be on the road for years to come. Lack of oil may seize engines, vehicles may stall with could cause accidents. There are hundred of thousands Honda engines consume oil more than normal rate, then Honda does not help the environment at all. Nhtsa should investigate and make Honda recalls their vehicles. Thank you.
The contact owns a 2003 Honda Odyssey. While driving approximately 45 mph on normal conditions, the transmission shifted to low gear without assistance and the rpm's increased. In addition, the check engine warning indicator illuminated intermittently on the instrument panel. The vehicle suddenly stalled and restarted after several attempts. Whenever the gear shifter was shifted into park or reverse, the vehicle immediately lunged forward. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer for inspection and they stated that the transmission failed. The technician discovered NHTSA campaign id number 04v176000 (power train:automatic transmission); however, the VIN was excluded from the recall. The vehicle has not been repaired. The failure mileage was 61,000 and current mileage was 61,500.
2007 Odyssey with 13,000 miles, the ac suddenly quit working. Took it to the Honda dealer and was informed that the condenser was hit by the road debris and caused the leakage. I was charged $790 to install a new condenser.
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|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Engine Cooling System problems||
|Check Engine Light On problems||
|Engine Belts And Pulleys problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Gas Recirculation Valve (egr Valve) problems||
|Engine Oil Leaking problems||
|Engine Exhaust System problems||