My 2005 Odyssey has been a great friend for 198,900+ miles (I bought him new). Regularly serviced and no huge concerns. In the last six months I have paid for some big repairs: timing belt system, power steering tubes and container, breaks, and others. I took it for a regular oil change; all of a sudden now there is resistance while driving. It started when I was going 70 mph -- it would sound like the engine was building in strength and then settle down, then be fine. A few minutes later it would do the same. Over time the behavior has become more frequent and gradually at lower speeds. Now the same behavior occurs at 45 mph, more frequent, and much harsher. Though transmission problems are historically in this model, the mechanic who reviewed the van in November said that was not a problem in mine. Also, in reading the information I see, these are not the same symptoms others talk about for their transmission problems. Do you have any idea what is causing this? Truly, I am very worried -- I really want this van for another 200K miles.
have the same problem?
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 AT 4:51 PM