Honda Odyssey Random Misfire Repair




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voiceoverengland: @QQTrick1QQ or Get the inline spark checker (variable opening) for 20 bucks from ORielys or auto zone.

Brian Beattie: PTL - would you happen to have done a video on how to change rad fluid in a 2000 Odyssey? You've helped me in the past brother in the Lord. You can email me directly if you wish brian- beattie@sympatico.ca Thanks!

icartoon2: @slowcivichere Thanks for the advice but it was fixed about a year ago for the grand total of $6 from junk yard parts.

slowcivichere: Stop being cheap and let the Honda tech figure it out...

Barry White: can u please show how to change the coil pack on this van. The info you have is good.But can only see you on it can not see how you are doing this Job.

icartoon2: @spitfiremarkIX COOL! That's why I put the video here. Just tryin' to help.

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.

QQTrick1QQ: Pull a coil, start the car and put a test light or screw driver in the end of the coil like testing a plug wire.

icartoon2: Glad to have helped!

icartoon2: That's great advice. Thank you!

icartoon2: @o7jimmy So true, jimmy, so true.

icartoon2: Sure thing. Glad to help.

spitfiremarkIX: You just saved me a couple hundred beans. My 2003 Odyssey started acting sluggish and the engine light and TCS light illuminated. I received the misfire codes P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0306. Bought one coil pack and discovered the one that was kaput. (Last one I checked..typical). Replaced same and fixed the problem. Cheers

o7jimmy: Thank the Lord this is not our final HOME. :)

manuel a: can an ignition coil cause a very light misfire or is it a full blown misfire? I changed out all spark plugs and 1 coil and an egr valve and I still get the engine light. It might be a coil but I can be barely feel it after all the changes so whatever it is it is so small I wonder if it can be a coil.

humppp: have to use scan tool to test coil pack

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.

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.

stewardsproductions: Thanks for posting this video on the Odyssey

icartoon2: I love those half sentence explanations!

icartoon2: @thatbiddy That's great to know! I think I also have another video attached as a related video. Please see that one, as well, as it might save your life too! Thanks for letting me know that I helped.

Jason Replogle: You are the man! Thanks for posting this video, you saved me a ton of time and money.

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

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?

Robert Bidlack: youre the man.i have a 99 accord and i believe you just saved me some money ill let you know.

priscilla123163: if you r going to check out your coils take each plug out one by one and u can check out the diference when the motor shakes when you take out the plug and you feel the car the same thats the one is bad i am having a back fire problem and cant figure out what is the problem

icartoon2: @Partyboybj Please see "golawnranger" answer here. If you still need help, please ask.

icartoon2: @waxsleeptoe Ah yes, the CROWS!

golawnranger: hey guy to check coil pack..... 1. Start up Odyssey 2. unplug one coil pack at a time 3. plug it back in.. 4. while unpluged the van should run ruff. if there is no change in idel while unpluged that coil is bad! ty ty! ty!

icartoon2: @Partyboybj Please see "golawnranger" answer here. If you still need help, please ask.
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