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Honda Pilot transmission problems

bcb232bcb232 Posts: 1
edited December 2013 in Honda
I have a 2005 honda pilot ivd had about 2 years its got 149, 000 miles on it im now having transmission problems.... the D light is flashing and its down shifting to 3rd going down the highway. I took it to AutoZone and the code was P0705 which says its the transmission range sensor.. about how much am I looking at it costing me to get it fix and is this correct.

Comments

  • Also having problems with the same year vehicle there seems to be a trend her and honda needs to take responsibility to fix this!

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,225
    edited February 2014

    So, after NINE years and 149,000 miles a sensor go's bad and you really think Honda should take responsibility for this?

    Do you think every part on every car should be warrantied forever?

    This is hardly a "trend". It's part of a car aging and is to be expected even on a Honda!

  • yes hope it happens to yours so you can pay 4K for a car thats work 5K

  • isellhondasisellhondas Issaquah WashingtonPosts: 20,225
    edited February 2014

    Wow...now you are wishing bad luck on me?

    On an older car with high miles, a catastrophic failure can actually total a car.

    In the case of this car I think I would look for a used transmission out of a wrecked Pilot with low miles

    But if this DID happen I wouldn't be happy but I would accept it as "one of those things" that can happen. I wouldn't complain on a public forum.

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