Recall Alert: 2005-2010 Honda Odyssey


Vehicles Affected: About 886,815 model-year 2005-10 Honda Odyssey minivans manufactured June 23, 2004, through Sept. 4, 2010

The Problem: The fuel pump strainer in these vehicles could deteriorate and allow fuel to leak. This could cause a fire.

"As of March 6, 2014, Honda has received 187 warranty claims for this issue. There have not been any fires or injuries reported," the automaker said in a statement.

The Fix: Honda will start notifying owners in April, but the automaker told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that parts to permanently fix the issue are not yet available; it expects the parts to be available this summer. Any vehicles that are currently leaking from the fuel pump cover will get an interim replacement cover until the permanent fix can be made.

What Owners Should Do: Owners can call Honda at 800-999-1009 or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's vehicle-safety hotline at 888-327-4236 for more info.

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To be back in the day when Odysseys were nice looking vans...


Nice looking? Reliability-wise it is one of the worst Hondas ever


We've had two Ody's in the last 11 years and both went 167,000 and 191,000 respectively without any issues. Just standard maintenance. We no longer need a minivan but if we did we'd buy another Ody in a heartbeat as it's the best minivan on the market.


On our second ody, first one was a 2001 ex sold w/ 197k, the second / current a 2010 touring w/ 59k...there is no such thing as a perfect vehicle for like people, they all have their flaws...that being said, my 2001 was not perfect but honda was when making wrongs right hence when looking to upgrade, I bought another ody and have no regrets for I believe it is the best mini-van out there, all things considered

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