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Old 04 Jan 2010, 03:11 pm
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Default Problem with 2005 Honday Odyssey


I have a 2005 Odyssey and for the past several months, the engine "revs" or "surges" while in drive if stopped at a stop light/ stop sign. If I put the car in neutral it doesn't happen. The check engine light does not come on. Sounds like a vacuum leak, but haven't been able to locate. Anyone else have a similar experience? I've replaced the idle control value but it still occurs.

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