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2007 Honda Odyssey

  • 2007 Honda Odyssey

    Honda Odyssey
    Service Date
    Services Performed
    • TECHNICIAN – Vehicle would not start. Battery dead. Jumped with jump box. Performed short test drive. Vehicle drove well. – Inspected for dash/warning lights, found; TPMS, VCS, Cruise, and rear tail gate open, lights on on dash. – Scanned computer control modules & found; No codes. Note: Battery was dead which will erase codes. – Inspected & found; Driver door master window switch popped out, not installed properly. Lifted out door panel to access wiring. Found 30+ wires have been cut and reconnected. Checked power and grounds. Found pin 11 should have 12.5 volts but only had 1.5 volts. Found ground wire at pin 2 has 14 volts, should be zero volts. Both power and ground come from the fuse block/junction box, body module under the dash. Followed wiring harness. Found multiple crimped and broken wires. Tested window switch and found it is internally faulty. – Note: The turn signal, window and tailgate closed switch are not directly linked. There are multiple body modules and each appears to be on a different one. – Determined / Suspect; Faulty wiring harness. Bad window switch on driver door. Possible bad junction/fuse box. Possible bad module/modules. – Recommends; Taking to an electric specialty shop.
    • TECHNICIAN INSPECTED AND FOUND: – LOF sticker shows next oil service is/was due at approximately 150,000 miles (sticker hard to read). – Engine oil level & condition; Full. Dark / L3 = Due. Recommend performing oil service. – Front brake pads at approximately; 6mm. Rotors rusty / L5. – Rear brake pads at approximately; 3mm, 20% = Past due. Rotors rusty / L5. Recommend replacing rear brake pads and rotors. ***SAFETY CONCERN** – Found TPMS dash lights on. Recommend taking to tire shop. – Scanned computer control module and found; No codes found, note: battery was dead. – Due to vehicle mileage checked for tuneup / spark plug needs and found; Spark plugs appear fairly new. – Due to vehicle mileage checked for timing belt needs and found; Timing belt not accessible for inspection. No sticker found indicating timing belt has been changed. Due every 90K. Recommend checking records. If due recommend changing. **Further Damage Possible** – Serpentine belt has multiple cracks / L4 = Past due. Recommend replacing serpentine belt. **Further Damage Possible** – Battery was dead upon arrival. Had to jump to start. Battery fails load test. Recommend replacing battery. **FURTHER DAMAGE POSSIBLE** – Cabin air filter dirty and full of debris / L4 = Past due. Recommend replacing cabin air filter. **Further Damage Possible** – Brake fluid dark / L3 = Due. Recommend performing brake fluid service. – Power steering pump leaking power steering fluid / L4. Fluid level low in reservoir. Recommend replacing power steering pump. Note: If not performing repair recommend keeping fluid topped off.
    Robert V. gave our service a 5 star review on 6/17/2024


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