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Old 09 Mar 2009, 09:08 pm
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Question 2002 Odyssey TCS - Engine Light - Cold Weather

I have a 2002 Odyssey that has recently developed a cold weather problem. When below freezing the TCS and engine lights come on at start up. After running for about 2 to 3 minutes in park the idle starts to fluctuate and then this will stop after about 5 minutes. If I shut the engine off once it is warm and restart it the TCS light will usually clear and the engine light will go off some time after that. However, if I try to drive the van while the TCS is stuck on there is limited power and it hesitates when shifting. Again, once the engine is warm I can shut the engine off and restart it and the TCS clears and everything runs fine. I suspect sensors but I have also read that it might be the EGR valve. Does anyone have a diffinitive solution?

Mark M.
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