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Old 08-07-2019, 05:38 AM
Bertram6492 Bertram6492 is offline
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Default 2006 transmission

Today my Beautiful Odyssey let me down
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I have a 2006 Odyssey EXL with about 169k on it.
Yesterday while my wife was driving when she took off the van would not get going over 2-30 mph then it wouldn't shift into gear at all.
I came to the rescue and took some back roads homes experiencing the exact same issue. Feels like it maybe made it into 2nd gear but wont shift higher, RPMs just go up with no movement. At one point when taking off it would not shift into gear at all, i turned teh van off and back on then t wold shift.
Makes me lean towards some kind of electrical problem. Maybe a sensor or solenoid??
There is no leaks what so ever and trans fluid is at a good level. It doesn't smell burnt either.
I plugged in a Modis and there are no codes being thrown.

Any help or guidance of what to check wold be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-21-2019, 02:57 PM
SJHE SJHE is offline
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I experience something similar on my 2007. I believe it's tied to the VSA system. It seems to be in the 3rd to 4th gear transition and is not consistent.

I've had an issue with the tire pressure system for a while so that may be involved.

Try turning VSA off and see if you can get the transmission to work better.

SJHE
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