2002 Hodda Odyssey

Asked by Jim Nov 27, 2019 at 01:40 PM about the 2002 Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Jim answered 49 minutes ago
Okay here we go: 2002 Honda Odyssey I changed out the Starter, Alternator, Fuel Pump, Air Filter and the Idle Air Control Valve. looks like no vacuum lines look okay. The surge is gone. Now the Van dies after you drive it for about 20 and dies again and will not restart for a long tine ( Over Night ) turns over find acts like it not getting Gas !! Anyone Any Thing ??????





Jim answered 46 minutes ago
Scan Code said to replace the Idle air control valve. and rechecked Scan It said No Problems.

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Pull the main relay and look at the solder joints. They get corroded due to age and mileage. It is a common failure on this age Honda. What happens is this main relay also controls the fuel, so when it heats up and the connection is lost, it will cut off the fuel. Then once the relay cools down, the connection is made again and it runs properly. You might have to resoldered yours, but you can also purchase a new aftermarket one for about $40.

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