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Honda odyssey: 2000 odysse wth loose vacuum hose run ning fro

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2000 odysse wth loose vacuum hose run ning fro m left top of tranny to somewhere in top of manifold. car starts and goes to 4000 rpm and stays there. won't shift out of park . . .
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Honda
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
There is no vacuum hose going to the transmission . The hose on the top of the transmission is the vent and will not cause this issue . Is you engine light on?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
there is a hose off , engine light not on
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Where is the hose off the intake manifold?there are no vacuum lines on the transmission .Just a vent line on top.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
it is a 3/8 '' X 18'' long hose that runs from the rear right top of the engine and clamps to the radiator hose, but can't find a nipple .. . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Is it from the back of the intake manifold? Was a egr update done prior to this?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
i knocked it off cleaning the engine . it comes from the driver side top rear of the engine unit. I dont know which part is the intake manifold . it clamps to the return radiator hose right in the middle of the top of th engine . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Is it any of these lines.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
i don't think so ....engine stars and goes to 4000 rpm and stays, tran is locked out . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Yes the trans,Transmission will not shift out of park until idle is correct safety issue .This diagram should help.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
hose starts from Under the air intake tunnel on drivers side
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
It's either the pcv valve hose or the hose Or number 7 or the vacuum hose under the plastic air dam . This link will help . Take it apart and you will find where it goes.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
can't find a hose no. 7 on the diagram . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Here's hose number 7. The links I showed you shows all the vacuum lines could be a broken pcv line which I also posted how to take the plenum off.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
nope, my loose hose is ab out a foot or more long . . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Then that's the pcv hose gets connected at the back of the intake plenum. Follow the steps to the egr bulletin I gave you. You will find it . Hoped this helped. Don't forget to click the green accept button so I get credit for my help. Positive feedback and bonuses greatly appreciated .
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
what is the intake plenum ?
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
The part in the bulletin I posted that comes off to clean the egr ports and check vacuum lines.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
the hose doesn't reach that far to go under the plenum .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Post a picture of it here so I can tell exactly which it is. I showed all the vacuum diagrams.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
http://wsik.wordpress.com/2011/11/02/end-of-loose-vacuum-hose-wrapped-in-tissue/
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Is the other end connected to the transmission?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I think it's the tran , driver side top back . . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
That's the vent line . Can you post a picture if where it attach's?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
http://wsik.wordpress.com/
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Yes thats the vent house for the transmission and does not get attached to anything . Sounds like you have a sticking throttle plate. Was there any recent work done to the vehicle?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
the battery went dead and i replaced it . Just bought the car last Thurs. It ran fine on the way home. it sat a couple days while I cleaned it and the battery ran down to where it wouldn't crank. when I put a new battery in, it started but went up to 6000 and oscilated. now it starts and goes to 4000 and the tran is locked in park.
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Ok disconnect the battery . Clean the throttle plate and throttle body along with the idle air control valve.Reconnect the battery if there is still an issue there is a vacuum leak most likely behind the intake plenum
Like I stated . The line you posted is the transmission vent and will not cause this issue. These are the next steps . Hoped this helped.Positive feedback and bonuses greatly appreciated.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
OK, will try it tomorrow . . .
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Ok keep me posted. Don't forget to click the green accept button if you found this helpful. We can continue for no further charge after the accept .
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Thanks. Can't work today , rain. try tomorrow
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Ok
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Got throttle body out, not too dirty and it isn't sticking . . . normal for a stuck valve ?
Expert:  HondaPlatinum replied 5 years ago.
Yes then it would be a stuck idle air control valve . Don't forget to click the green accept button so I get credit for my help. Positive feedback and bonuses greatly appreciated.
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