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Old 20 Jun 2006, 08:41 pm
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Default Ignition key operation

For the Honda Odyssey 2000, should the key be removable when the gear lever is not in park? I have twice recently removed the key
and found the car to be rolling backwards in the driveway.


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Old 21 Jun 2006, 03:17 am
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Old 21 Jun 2006, 03:17 am
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Old 22 Jun 2006, 06:49 pm
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"Miles" <webmilesremove@cox.net> wrote in message
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> For the Honda Odyssey 2000, should the key be removable when the gear
> lever is not in park? I have twice recently removed the key
> and found the car to be rolling backwards in the driveway.


Doesn't your vehicle's park brake, function correctly?


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Old 22 Jun 2006, 08:23 pm
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Default Re: Ignition key operation

I brought the car into the dealer today. There was
something worn in the parking/ignition interlock
which was allowing the key to be removed while in
REVERSE gear. It was repaired and covered
under my third party extended warranty.

I don't know about the parking brake--I never
use it.



"Brian Smith" <Halifax@NovaScotia.Canada> wrote in message news:k0Gmg.73496$S61.68249@edtnps90...

"Miles" wrote in message
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> For the Honda Odyssey 2000, should the key be removable when the gear
> lever is not in park? I have twice recently removed the key
> and found the car to be rolling backwards in the driveway.


Doesn't your vehicle's park brake, function correctly?


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Old 23 Jun 2006, 07:43 pm
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"Miles" <webmilesremove@cox.net> wrote in message
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>I brought the car into the dealer today. There was
> something worn in the parking/ignition interlock
> which was allowing the key to be removed while in
> REVERSE gear. It was repaired and covered
> under my third party extended warranty.
>
> I don't know about the parking brake--I never
> use it.


That would have prevented the vehicle from moving. It's there for a
reason, not just as a divider between the two front seats.


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