My van is running fine. So, all good for now. While returning back home in the evening, this message was gone, but after some time I saw engine light on and the D light blinking. I only rolled due to the fact that I couldn't afford new tires at the time and mine on the element were bald as hell. Rough drive, a lot of noise in front. Slow down and stop the wheels.
They did not fill out the documentation required in system, they missed out on some things and intentionally hid other issues. The kicker to this was that the guy at the tow yard told me that my element was the second one they had towed in the past month where the entire interior was completely engulfed in flames the other element was a 2003. Replacement was covered under Honda certified pre-owned warranty. So no repair number at this time. Also, the legroom in the back is incredibly generous. Unfortunately for me, I leave my rear windows and moonroof cracked to combat the summer heat so oxygen was plentiful! Not sure what is Honda playing around with such errors Donald answered 2 years ago 2007 Honda Odyssey. I have to rely on the technician to convince the Honda representative to cover my car.
It is so expensive to get them fix that i just don't bother. Turned the engine off, started it back up and everything is back to normal. Dealer states that all Pilots have that vibration, especially in cold weather. It's fun to drive, easy to park, and practical. I have to say that our 01 Accord has a trany problem already.
I was at the end of my street, so made it to my driveway. No one has an answer. Or what is wrong with it? That diagram should help a lot. I love the positioning of the seats and the color choices. For 498 code check resistance in valve if between 25-30 ohms on valve then there is a short between ecm and valve or wires. How serious is the P0848 code? There are several switches that could trigger the dreaded flashing D. The boxy shape makes the windows nice and flat to see out of, although it does create a bit of wind noise because it lacks in aerodynamics.
This can happen for multiple reasons and a mechanic needs to diagnose the specific cause for this code to be triggered in your situation. I wish it got better gas mileage though, it's difficult to get in and out of the back seat also which isn't very comfortable, but we rarely have back seat passengers , and there's a bad blind spot between windshield and side windows. I have pictures, videos, etc for evidence. Believe shift cable was seized, possibly related to work done in August. Only one done so far.
We left it for a week or two while the dealer waited to get the part in and checked the trans fluid level in the mean time. I have read around online and found other element owners have experienced similar situations, namely coming out to their car in the morning and finding that the door panel's electrical controls for the window magically ignited overnight and put itself out perhaps due to lack of oxygen? I do have the roof rack, but I just move the seats and there you go. They put a new cover that's when they were nice. It is a 2006 and these are the repairs I have had done. Replaced sensor at home along with transmission flush. I went to Raynham Silko Honda for an oil change. Luckily I had just dropped my 10-year old granddaughter off to her mother.
I didnt have to add fluid at all. Towards the windshield and passenger's side I think. I'm not as familiar with the newer ones because the older ones last forever. Dealer replaced passenger axle, claimed that the boot was ruptured and lost all grease. Vehicle also had its spark plugs replaced and routine fluid changes oil, transmission, rear differential. Hondas run so well and for a long time! Light may have to be on for a very long time for a code to register.
Both road and wind noise were minimal for a car in this class. After contacting Honda I filed a case and sent them pictures, videos, etc. Start the engine, and warm it up to normal operating temperature the radiator fan comes on. What the P0848 code means A P0848 trouble code signifies that there is a discrepancy in the pressure produced as opposed to what is actually needed by the transmission to function properly. It's fine in stop and go traffic.