icartoon2: Wow, 35 thumbs down. Really? I realize I wasn't the most concise in the video but it was done back during a time when most YouTubers weren't so uptight about their time. Heck, I once even had friends on YouTube, if you can believe that. People have become so cynical these days I might just as well shut this channel down. I will say that if the thumbs down ever outweigh the thumbs up I'll certainly take this video down and it will help NO ONE.
Zowie: Awesome info. thank you!
Aaron Hill: The easiest way to figure out a misfire is to find out which cylinder is misfiring and switch the coil with a known good cylinder. The misfire should move to the other cylinder.
ena81xx: I know this was long time ago. But for future purposes.
I had the same problem with Odyssey. It could be the lash clearance. The car needs valve adjustment.
It is an involved job. But I did it on my own, and I am not a mechanic. I am software engineer.
Isidro Esquer: Hello, This morning my 2010 Honda Odyssey got these codes: P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0306 and P0300. The van was shaking a little bit in the morning. The check engine light didn't come on. The spark plugs were replace about 3 months ago. Any suggestions? Thank you.
14starautorepair: To check to see which coil is misfiring, what you can do it have the car running and take out the plug from each coil, in this case there are 6 so one by one take it out and when the engine doesnt feel a difference when you take one out, thats the coil that is bad, if the engine starts to shake more plug it back in and move on to the next coil, hope i helped you out!
CREAM Valdez: leave coil pack connected to the harness use a ohms meter probe the fire wire and then ground. .do that to each one until you find the one that reads different numbers and there you go ..hope that helps
icartoon2: I love those half sentence explanations!
humppp: have to use scan tool to test coil pack
icartoon2: Glad to have helped!
Shelley Eastman: Thank u so much it was so helpful. The back center one was bad. In the process I changed my spark plugs too. The one that was back the spark plug smelled like as.
icartoon2: Sure thing. Glad to help.
Jason Replogle: You are the man! Thanks for posting this video, you saved me a ton of time and money.
icartoon2: I'm not sure if I'm the one who can answer that but I'm just wondering... did you clear the codes by unplugging the battery for a period of time?
icartoon2: That's great advice. Thank you!
Miles Thompson: Don't test it with a normal spark plug, the conditions out in the atmosphere are way different than in the combustion chamber. Pick up a HEI Igniter Tester for around $10.
Pull out the COP igniter, inset the tester, ground the tester with a jumper cable and crank the engine. The tester simulates the load in the combustion chamber and will visually show you if you are in fact getting enough power to spark the plug in the chamber.
Good = constant zap zap zap.
Bad = no spark or intermittent.
Linette Woods: disconect the fule pump and take the coil pack out put a good spark plug in and have someone crank the engine and check for spark at bottom of plug
stewardsproductions: Thanks for posting this video on the Odyssey
Choirboyjr11: they sell a tester at any auto store it looks like a spark plug that you lamp to a piece of metal for a ground
icartoon2: @Partyboybj Please see "golawnranger" answer here. If you still need help, please ask.