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Old 15 Sep 2004, 12:12 pm
Perry Templeton
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Default Transmission stumbling at 40mph

I have a 00 Odyssey. 49K. Transmission replaced a couple of weeks ago.
Seems ok. But I have noticed it shifts harder from 1st to 2nd than any
other. And if I hang my speed at around 40mph, it seems that the
transmission is in/out, in/out, kinda of stumbling in and out.
Any input?
Perry


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Old 16 Sep 2004, 04:16 pm
Aron
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Default Re: Transmission stumbling at 40mph

I'm not an expert on the Odyssey but maybe it is your torque converter
locking and unlocking that is giving you that feeling around 40. If you see
a change of say 250 RPM or so (less RPM difference than a gear change) with
each "in" and "out" then that's probably what that is. Weather or not that
is a problem on a 2000 Odyssey, I don't know. It may just be a speed where
the normal operation becomes noticeable.

Aron

"Perry Templeton" <perrylep@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
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> I have a 00 Odyssey. 49K. Transmission replaced a couple of weeks ago.
> Seems ok. But I have noticed it shifts harder from 1st to 2nd than any
> other. And if I hang my speed at around 40mph, it seems that the
> transmission is in/out, in/out, kinda of stumbling in and out.
> Any input?
> Perry
>
>



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Old 16 Sep 2004, 11:31 pm
Keith J
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Default Re: Transmission stumbling at 40mph

best suggestion, take it back and describe the problem and take the mechanic
out for a spin. Odds are, its just a simple adjustment.

- Keith
Tallahassee, FL


"Aron" <drenkav1913@earthlink.ten> wrote in message
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> I'm not an expert on the Odyssey but maybe it is your torque converter
> locking and unlocking that is giving you that feeling around 40. If you

see
> a change of say 250 RPM or so (less RPM difference than a gear change)

with
> each "in" and "out" then that's probably what that is. Weather or not

that
> is a problem on a 2000 Odyssey, I don't know. It may just be a speed

where
> the normal operation becomes noticeable.
>
> Aron
>
> "Perry Templeton" <perrylep@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
> news:cQZ1d.149678$_h.68521@bignews3.bellsouth.net. ..
> > I have a 00 Odyssey. 49K. Transmission replaced a couple of weeks ago.
> > Seems ok. But I have noticed it shifts harder from 1st to 2nd than any
> > other. And if I hang my speed at around 40mph, it seems that the
> > transmission is in/out, in/out, kinda of stumbling in and out.
> > Any input?
> > Perry
> >
> >

>
>



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