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Jul 5, 2016, 1:13 PM

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Help with dead 2007 Honda Odyssey

When driving between 55-65 mph I noticed a shake from the front end of the van when I accelerated. It would stop around 70mph. That began around the first part of March.
March 16, 2015 I was driving on the highway and as I accelerated the shaking became worse and rumbled loudly before it lost power and died. I had enough momentum to get to the side of the road and had it towed back to my house.

This video was taken in August after jump starting the battery. It's been sitting, dead since then.
https://youtu.be/fD0I0qawyyQ

Does any body know what this could possibly be? I need to figure out if it's worth fixing or scraping it.


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Jul 5, 2016, 2:29 PM

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Jul 5, 2016, 4:39 PM

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Was the check engine light on or flashing when you felt the vibrations during acceleration?

Sounds like is it running on 3 cylinders. Can't really tell you how much it would cost to repair it or if you should scrap the car without looking at it. Can tell you that you should call your local repair shop and make an appointment to have it towed in. Have them diagnose it and check it over. With the quote they give you, you can make a decision what you want to do with it.





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