Honda Odyssey 2004 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Honda Odyssey 2004 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Honda Odyssey: Which one should I buy?
Honda hasn’t sold a 3.0-litre Odyssey here since 2004, it has used a 2.4-litre engine since then. If you really want a 3.0-litre one your $15,000 will buy the best one on the market and leave you with a pocket full of change.
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Ask Smithy Xtra Shuddering Honda Odyssey
It is low mileage for the torque converter to fail, but it’s not unknown for it to happen. While we haven’t had other reports of this failure on Hondas we have seen failures on other makes and models. It’s probably the damper clutch that’s gone in the torque converter.
Odyssey trimming fading away
From the photos you supplied it would seem that the wear is extreme for a car that's just six years old, but because it is that old and well out of warranty I would think you would have little chance of success in getting Honda to help with the cost of repairs.