Question by Sarna V: own a 2001 Honda odyssey van, transmission out. complete repair 00 w/used trans is this good 4 Hawaii?
Are there any other considerations in requesting repair? The van has 155,000 miles.
Answer by Will S
I been in the business a long time and that seems high for a used transmission installed. I would call two or three shops and get ball park prices for a rebuild, at least in Az you could get a rebuild for 2500-2800 so I would personally spend a little more and get a rebuilt one, make sure you get at least 1 year 12,000 mile warranty parts and labor or go somewhere else.
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2006 Honda Odyssey EX-L
Rear air conditioner with separate controls 60-40 3rd Row Seat Manual Folding 3rd Row Seat Leather Steering Wheel Trim Leather/metal-look shift knob trim Metal-look dash trim Power glass sunroof Rear spoiler: Lip Silver alloy rims Roof rails Fuel Consumption: City: twenty Fuel Consumption: Highway: 28 Remote powered door locks Powered windows Cruise controls on steering wheel Cruise control External temperature display 4-wheel ANTI LOCK BREAKS Brakes Front Ventilated disc brakes first second and 3rd row head air bags Airbag for passenger Side air bag braking assist ANTI LOCK BREAKS and Driveline Traction Control Stability control
Price: $ 17,877
3520 S. Campbell
65807 Springfield, USA
2011 Honda Odyssey
second Row Bench Seat, 4-Wheel ANTI LOCK BREAKS, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes, five Gear A/T, A-C, A/T, Additional Rear Seat, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Alarm, Aluminum Wheels, Am fm radio, Auto-Off Headlamps, Automatic headlamps, Aux Audio Input, Aux Power Outlet, Back-Up Camera, Brake Assist, Bucket Seats, Cd system, Locks with child safety, Climate Control, Compact Spare Tire, Cruise Control, Day time running Lamps, Driver Airbag, Driver Lighted Vanity Mirror, Driver Lumbar, Driver Vanity Mirror, Dual Zone AIR CONDITIONING, Electrochromic rearview mirror, Electronic Stability Control, 4th Passenger Door, Front Floormats, Front Reading lights, Front Wheel Drive, Gasoline Fuel, Hard Disk Drive Media Storage, Heated Driver Seat, Heated Exterior Driver Mirror, Heated Exterior Passenger Mirror, Heated Mirrors, Heated Passenger Seat, Intermitten windshield wipers, Remote-control entry, Leather interior, Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel, MP3 Player, Air bag for passenger, Air bag for passenger On/Off Switch
Price: $ 35,260
225 Miracle Strip Pkwy. SW
32548 Fort Walton Beach, USA
2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite
Features: Front Wheel Drive,Power Steering,4-Wheel Disc Brakes,Aluminum Wheels,Tires – Front All-Season,Tires – Rear All-Season,Compact Spare Tire,Power Tilt/Sliding Sunroof,Sun/Moon Roof,Rear Spoiler,Auto-On Headlights,HID headlights,Auto-Off Headlights,Fog Lamps,Heated Mirrors,Power Driver Mirror,Power Passenger Mirror,Heated Exterior Driver Mirror,Heated Exterior Passenger Mirror,Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors,Mirror Memory,Privacy Glass,Intermittent Wipers,Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers,Third Passenger Door,Fourth Passenger Door,Power Third Passenger Door,Power Fourth Passenger Door,Remote Trunk Release,Power Liftgate,Rear Parking Aid,AM/FM Stereo,CD Player,Premium Sound System,MP3 Player,Auxiliary Audio Input,Hard Disk Drive Media Storage,Satellite Radio,Wireless Cell Phone Hookup,Entertainment System,Additional Rear Seat,Power Driver Seat,Power Passenger Seat,Leather Seats,Bucket Seats,Heated Driver Seat,Heated Passenger Seat,Driver Lumbar,Seat Memory,2nd Row Bench Seat,Front Floor
Price: $ 44,030
1935 National City Blvd
91950 National City, USA
Question by Greg D: Steps to repair the A/C in a 2002 Honda Odyssey?
I have a 2002 Honda Odyssey EX which has worked perfectly until recently. I noticed water was dripping into the cabin mostly on the passenger side and a little on the driver side. I confirmed that it is water and not oil or some other liquid then did some research. I found out that the issue is that the drain vent from my Air Conditioning system is clogged or may have sealed shut during the winter.
Once I removed the glove compartment and opened the air filter on the A/C until, water came pouring out confirming my suspicion. The problem I have is that I don’t know how to get at the drain pipe to clean or replace it. My thought is there should be a way to do this without going under the car but I am not sure.
What I am looking for is a step by step set of instructions on how to remove the bottom part of the passenger side A/C unit and check the drain hose for anything blocking it. Thanks!
Answer by raymond b
YOU CAN NOT DOE IT there is a tube under the van that could be blown through to get through from the in side you would have to evacuate the ac system 1.5 hours
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