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Old 07 Sep 2007, 05:02 pm
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Default Where is the oil dip stick located (and what color is it) on a 2001 honda odyssey mini van?

Where is the oil dip stick located (and what color is it) on a 2001 honda odyssey mini van?
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should be on the right side of the engine, but more towards the front middle but down some, and it also should be yellow, and should say oil on the end of it somewhere
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 05:10 pm
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Its actually on the left side of the engine towards the front, and is market by an orange handle that says engine or engine oil on it. Here is an exact link to a picture of it, it is that little orange dip stick that is just to the left of the engine.http://a332.g.akamai.net/f/332/936/1...7/025401-E.jpg
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Old 07 Sep 2007, 05:18 pm
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Sam H has this one for you!It is located on the passenger side (right side from inside the vehicle - or the left side if viewing from the front of the vehicle with the hood up) of the engine.It has an orange handle and if you pull it out you will see the oil and the dip-stick markings on it. The Transmission dip-stick should be yellow!I owned a 2001 Odyssey and had an early transmission failure (at 64K no less!) Honda will not recall the faulty transmission and have kept very quiet about the whole affair! My van turned out to be a Canadian import (which I bought when it was 2 years old from a Honda Dealership in the USA) and so despite Honda USA extending the trans' 60k warranty to 100K (only for the customers who find themselves without a transmission when it fails), Honda Canada has not extended the warranty and so would not cover the costs!Honda Canada replied to my letter by saying; "..we are aware of the problem but cannot assist you...thanks for being a Honda customer". Honda USA did not reply to any of my letters!If you are experiencing knocking in the transmission or when you select reverse you have to wait as the gear knocks in etc GET TO THE DEALERSHIP IMMEDIATELY and claim your warranty! I now own a van that belongs to Honda's rival and am very happy with their Customer Service, something Honda does not have!If you have questions regarding this you can email me. Best of luck to you!
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