My 2000 Odyssey that has 202,000 miles on it is having shifting problems. It is an automatic and seems better once the car is warmed up. It had a new transmission put in at 180,000 miles.

Asked by Nov 08, 2016 at 10:55 AM about the 2000 Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It seems to lurch when shifting gears until it gets warmed up and then it
almost goes away.  What could it be?

3 Answers

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First thing is check the transmission fluid level and the condition of the fluid. 180,000 miles is quite a few miles for a transmission and it may be time for a rebuild. When was the transmission fluid last changed?

I had the same problem it was actually shifting very bad also missing gears. Every time it down shifted it never went back in first gear or and gears right I kept have to put it in neutral and then drive.pull both silonoids and clean the screens. The dual linear has 3 screens. Located to the top left of the battery. The other one is located under the throttle body.

The trans fluid has to be above the bottom dot. I would clean the silonoids !rebuildkng that trans is a honda scam!

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