2011 Honda Odyssey Touring Elite Video Review
What do Harry Potter and the 2011 Honda Odyssey have in common? A lightning
bolt. With a completely different look, Honda is after the family van buyer
that needs one but doesn't necessarily want one. Tom Voelk looks at a
top-of-the-line Touring Elite model in this expanded video review.
Sliding Door Repair 2001 Honda Odyssey -EricTheCarGuy
If you have an Odyssey that has issues with the doors opening and closing
this might be your fix. Sometimes the roller assemblies go bad and cause
issues with the doors opening and closing on the Honda Odyssey. This video
shows the step by step of the removal and replacement of the rear
hinge/roller assembly on the Honda Odyssey. I also touch on the operation
of the motor and how to set the cable tension on the mechanism. I believe
this is a common problem with these vans and the simple test shown in the
video will tell if you have this issue. Hope you enjoy the video. Here's
some useful links and info for you.
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04-07 Toyota Sienna Transmission Fluid Drain and Fill - How to
Figured I would make a video on the method I use to change transmission
fluid in my Sienna minivan. It really is very simple and only requires a
but more attention and a few more tools vs. changing your engine oil.
- Transmission Funnel (or similar)
- 10mm Allen /.Hex head socket
- 3/8 ratchet wrench
- torque wrench
- Measuring cups (if you want to try to use the method I used)
- 5 quarts of Toyota T-IV Rated transmission fluid
- Drain plug crush washer from toyota
- Toyota shop manual calls for 3.7 quarts of transmission fluid during a
drain and fill ** (see note below)
- drain plug bolt torqued to 36ft/lb
** While Toyota specs 3.7 quarts to be used for a drain and fill my van
drained slightly over 4 quarts. This is why I used the measuring cup method
to figure out exactly how much fluid came out of the vehicle so that I know
exactly how much to put back in.
I am not responsible for any damage you do to your vehicle.
Thanks for watching!
Opening title Music credits:
Artist - Kevin Macleod
Song - Cool Intro
Mini Van Huge Jump!
Mark Freeman launching the mini van into space off a berm!
1999 Honda Odyssey Timing Belt Replacement Part 1 of 2 - Auto Repair Series
WARNING: This video contains annotations that may not be visible on the
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Timing belt, water pump, rollers replacement: 5 to 8 hours.
Detailed instructions on how to replace the timing belt on a Honda Odyssey.
This job was preformed on a 1999 model but will likely apply to most V6
Honda cars around the same year. This part 1 goes through the entire
process of the removal procedure.