What precisely is the problem? Last fall 2008 , at 122,000 miles, I detected a slight stumble - like the engine was misfiring for a split second. What exactly needs to be done? I changed the transmission fluid, and the problem disappeared. I'm trying to diagnose and pinpoint the problem logically. The contact immediately exit the vehicle and the entire vehicle engulfed in flames. Most owners reviewed prefer this design to other vans with sliding doors. Have the injectors taking care off and let me know how the car runs Thank you, Mathiaso.
The round exhaust port is on the left. It has excellent fuel efficiency and, with the back seat folded down, tremendous cargo space. I have a 1998 Odyssey purchased new. The other most common complaint is road noise. The car has been absolutely stellar. The contact stated while driving 20 mph, he saw flames underneath the hood.
All 1998 Odyssey models come with an antilock brake system and dual airbags. Can you remember witch spark plug had black residue on it. A police and fire report filed stated that there was a crack in the fuel line and it leaked on the catalytic converter. The rectangular port on the right is the intake. The switch was replaced on September 17, 2002.
Unfortunately, it still lacks enough power to be a real driving machine. It has a small horizontal hole inside also on the right. All four plugs are equally dark. What else could cause it t. Hello bgbama I want to know more about the black residue on spark plug. Black residue is most likely bad or leaking injector. I replaced them, but the problem remained - the same occasional hesitation, within a very narrow speed range, only under the slightest acceleration, and black plugs.
Other online responses include a bad distributor and carbon buildup inside the intake manifold. The vehicle was diagnosed with a faulty ignition switch. Not all the injectors get bad same time, I thought it was just one spark plug that was black, thinking of the injector on that cylinder. Owners really enjoy the looks of the Odyssey minivan with the sleek, attractive front-end design change. The replacement ignition switch is now having the exact same problem. The failure mileage was 50,000.
The gas talk was replaced, tune up given, transmission rebuilt, etc. The contact owns a 1998 Honda Odyssey. There were hardly any owner reviews that pointed out shortcomings for the 1998 Honda Odyssey. I checked around on the internet and found many articles describing the symptoms. Because it is so small that the computer can't sett the code.
But I can't find anything for the 1998 Odyssey 4-cyl engine. Amazed the hell outa me. Although I'm not a mechanic, I do my own maintenance, brakes, valve adjustments, plug changes, etc. Note that the vacuum hose hookup on the solid rubber version of this mount is non-functional, but it should still be used with the original hose to prevent a vacuum leak. That's why I tried to clean the passages with spray cleaner, which I know may or may not work. The bracket attached to this mount is not included reuse or order from the dealer. I took the car to the local Honda dealer.
We took it to the shop. The 1998 Honda Odyssey has a new 2. Now the stumble can happen 38-45 mph, and it's harsher. The plugs were new with only 12,000 miles on them. . Honda had a recall on the ignition switch in 2002 for the 1998 Odyssey.
The mechanic drove the car and verifed the problem. The overall rating from 1998 Odyssey review is 9. It happened rarely, and only at 40-43 mph under very light acceleration. I found numerous Honda articles, advice columns, service bulletins, extended warranties, etc. Is it possible that one of the sensors needs replacing? The most significant problem still, as noted above, is a lack of power. Last fall, the hesitation would randomly appear, then disappear in a fraction of a second or with any change in throttle position - up or down.