jj nonan: uncle dave do u mind to replaced my timing belt on my gmc van also???
hehehe!!! jk, what a nice friend to have like dave,,,lucky you (honda
owner) save you a bunch of money for sure. thanks for showing this video i
learned something here.
cgrscott: The 2001 Odysseys get 140,000-170,000 miles out of their transmissions.
Changing the Transmission Fluid does make a difference in longevity. The
Transmission uses nine quarts of Transmission Fluid but it only lets you
change and replace three quarts at a time. So, changing the Transmission
Fluid once a year is not too often. Only use Genuine Honda Transmission
fluid. Dextron will trash your Oddyssey transmission.
cgrscott: "…been to a desert on a horse with no name…"
Tom Johnston: Very helpful! Thanks for posting. Anyone watching this should realize that
some important steps are skipped. For example, there is a special procedure
for bleeding the air out of the cooling system after replacing the coolant.
If you don't do it, you could blow a head gasket or worse. The procedure,
at least how it's listed in the factory service manual, is surprisingly
Spikes244: please help me change my fuel injectors on my 99 odyssey! they are bad and
my van is running like crap.. please make a video about them... please!!
Henry Marquez: awesome, I have a honda odyssey 2003, which i am gonna try to replace the
timing belt this spring 2013
Charles Theobald: 2001 Honda Odyssey Timing Belts and Water Pump Part 2 very helpfull for
repairing my Honda minvan!
PVoyager: could you, or dave, please tell me how many quarts of transmission fluid is
required after drained? Thank you
ez|2a: They do acknowledge the TDC marks in part 1 and line them up properly.
Marking the old belt to compare to the new one isnt a bad idea, and makes
installation of the new belt nearly fool proof (exact # of belt teeth
between the cams and CP) but I dont know if I'd use a marker on a new belt.
Perhaps some removable adhesive like painters tape. Too many DIY stories of
cam(s) being one tooth off and causing issues.
stewardsproductions: WOW Thanks for posting this video Thumbs up
cgrscott: I am thinking of doing the timing belt replacing myself but, I'm not sure
if that is the best path. Replacing my brakes and rotors I can do as well
as engine oil and filter replacement. I have fixed all of my kitchen
appliances myself but a timing belt and water pump replacement on an
Oddyssey is over my head. My Odyssey has 219,000 miles on it and it is
ready for it's second timing belt replacement and tune up.
cmophrr: i thought the same thing. why did they acknowledge the timing marks, then
just mark the belt? timing marks on the sprockets are so you DONT have to
mark the belt.
paul75044: Bad idea marking the old and new timing belts. There are dots on the engine
that should be used. A lot of important steps left out of this video. Pure
shade tree mechinics.
ElLeonidas2009: Good video thanks!!
dough537: I like the fact that you created this video, but I'm disappointed that the
steps which were most challenging to you were not recorded. Seeing how you
overcame those challenges would have been the most valuable part of the
BAGUIOSITE: how many hour did you spend
PVoyager: @bcourtenaya Holy Crap!! Wow thats extensive!! How many miles are on her
copycatproduction: Your lucky you have enough room to work. I am working on a 1995 Honday
Odyssey and there is not enough room to work. It looks like I am going to
drop the motor to get to the tensioner and water pump bolts. Any
Tim N: my 2001 acura cl 3.2 looses 3qt exactly everytime i drain it, Trans.. It
holds about 8 so you change 3. Run it. Then do it 2 more times and it gets
most of it. Safer than flushing as it does not disturb sediment. The plug
is a 3/8 ratchet without a socket.
Bruce Anderson: Thank-you for making this video. I will be changing the timming belt on my
2001 Odyssey shortly, your video was really helpful! BTW: I don't bother
replacing the transmission fluid on this car. We only get about 1 1/2 years
out of a transmission. We have had 5 new ones so far. Luckily, Honda
extended the warranty for us to 207,000 miles. But in a normal
transmission, I agree it needs to be replaced.
Joseph Murphy: Many many decades ago I went to auto mechanics school. The best thing I was
taught there was "Always protect your hands. You might want to touch
something other then a car someday." Nitrile gloves are cheap and they help
a lot in keeping oils and grease off your hands as well. This is a good
video. When you replace the water pump glue that o-ring gasket in place
with s little silicone adhesive. It will keep it from falling out and also
help it to seal. But over all a good job guys.
MoH ALO: Hey guys, you should rotate the engine by hand before put back the timing
cover back to make sure every thing aligned
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