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I bought a 2001 honda odessey with 73000 miles the transmission gave up. i have it rebuild now it is 83000 miles transmission starting to slip

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No transaxles make 100,000 miles

What your saying, including the rebuild
is common

Asian transaxles & all Van type vehicles,
are something you don't want to own

I used to own a trans shop,so I will leave
you with that

Can't fix slipping,drive a couple of days,
& your pulling the trans out again

Posted on Jul 09, 2011

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I have a honda odyssey 2002, 138k miles, a few months ago the trans started slipping (going into neutral) between 2/3 and 3/4. I had the tran flushed. No problems for two weeks, then slip started again....


code p 700 refers to transmission control system/mil---malfunction===causes ---wiring --- TCM ( transmission control module)
code p 0730 refers to incorrect gear ratio====causes --TR sensor / switch--shift solenoids---transmission mechanical fault
code p 1740 refers to torque converter clutch solenoid
it is probably correct that dealers will not remove and repair transmissions but I suspect that they are not as reputable as they could be because the codes indicated are repairable in car
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