Check engine and TCS light.
So my wife was driving her honda odyssey to work...and cel
and TCS lights came on. She had rough shifts would press
on gas wouldn't go anywhere...parked it two days I picked it
up it drove fine for about 10 miles...got it home checked
the code it read P0740. I took it on some more test drive
still drove fine. I had cleared the codes. then after about 10
minutes it started doing it again...shifting bad. Press gas it
idles high but doesn't go anywhere.....let off gas it would
eventually shift....got it home and pulled a p0730 this
time....Please help. Not sure where to start. Has 184k
miles. 2003 model
Update....so it seems to shift into reverse and drive when cold....once heated up I lose all control of gears. Simple answer given by dealer...is replace the transmission..but I don't trust them. Thier best interest is to charge 4500$ for replacement. They couldn't answer me when I asked why it would work when cold. New obd code is p0720
Did you ever find a solution to this problem? I have the same issue.
From what I understand, this is sometimes caused by warn brakes. They heat up which activates the TCS and it only turns off once the brakes cool.. Have your brakes checked..
I just got A 2018 and after putting gas in my car my check engine light came on
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