How to Replace Shocks on a 1999 Honda Odyssey?

Answer Shock absorbers help smooth the way a vehicle rides by controlling the up and down motion of the wheels caused from bumps and irregularities in the road. On the 1999 Honda Odyssey minivan, there ar... Read More »

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How to Replace Rear Shocks on a 2002 Honda Odyssey?

The 2002 Honda Odyssey is a mid-size minivan with a six-cylinder engine. Shock absorbers soften bumps and dips for the driver and passengers. On the rear axle are two shock absorbers, one on each s... Read More »

Does a 1999 Honda Odyssey have a spare tire?

Yes, the 1999 Honda Odyssey has a spare tire. The space-saver tire, which isn't a full-size tire, is located in a well under the floor in front of the middle row of seats. You must move the seats ... Read More »

How to Add Transmission Fluid to a 1999 Honda Odyssey?

Low transmission fluid indicates that your Honda Odyssey has a fluid leak. Unlike engine oil, transmission fluid does not burn off over time. If your transmission fluid is low, you'll need to check... Read More »

How to Remove and Install a 1999 Honda Odyssey Inner Tie Rod End?

Your 1999 Honda Odyssey uses a power rack-and-pinion steering system to translate your steering wheel input: When you turn the steering wheel, you rotate a pinion gear, which rests on the steering ... Read More »