Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 – 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey

NHTSA ID Number: 10161635

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

Service Bulletin – American Honda is announcing a powertrain warranty extension as a result of a settlement of a class action captioned, Soto et al.v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Case No. 3:12-cv-1377-SI (N.D. Cal.). The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align, which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected, P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on. American Honda is extending the powertrain warranty to cover repairs related to engine misfire (that triggers DTCs P0301 through P0304) to 8 years with unlimited mileage from the original date of purchase and has settled a class action based on this remedial measure. This warranty extension does not apply to any vehicle that has ever been declared a total loss or sold for salvage by a financial institution or insurer, or has a branded or similar title under any state’s law.

 

 


3 Affected Products

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
HONDA ODYSSEY 2011-2013

 


AFFECTED VEHICLES

Year Model Trim VIN Range
2011-13 Odyssey ALL Check the iN VIN status for eligibility.

 

CORRECTIVE ACTION

2011 Models: Complete diagnosis procedure and if necessary, update PCM software (Procedure A), replace affected spark plugs then clean pistons and replace the piston rings (Procedure B).

2012–13 Models: Complete diagnosis procedure, replace affected spark plugs then clean the pistons and replace the pistons rings (Procedure B). No need for software update as 2012–13 model vehicles are equipped with updated software from factory.

 

BACKGROUND

American Honda is announcing a powertrain warranty extension as a result of a settlement of a class action captioned, Soto et al.v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Case No. 3:12-cv-1377-SI (N.D. Cal.).

The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align, which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected, P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on.

American Honda is extending the powertrain warranty to cover repairs related to engine misfire (that triggers DTCs P0301 through P0304) to 8 years with unlimited mileage from the original date of purchase and has settled a class action based on this remedial measure.

This warranty extension does not apply to any vehicle that has ever been declared a total loss or sold for salvage by a financial institution or insurer, or has a branded or similar title under any state’s law.

Additionally, the following videos are available to help with this bulletin:

 

CUSTOMER NOTIFICATION

Owners of affected vehicles were sent a class action settlement notice regarding this warranty extension starting in October 2013.

Before doing work on a vehicle, verify its eligibility by doing an iN VIN status inquiry.

Refer customers seeking information about settlement benefits to www.enginemisfiresettlement.com, or instruct them to call 888-888-3082.

 

DIAGNOSIS

1. Connect the HDS and check for the following DTCs: P0301 No. 1 Cylinder Misfire Detected, P0302 No. 2 Cylinder Misfire Detected, P0303 No. 3 Cylinder Misfire Detected, P0304 No. 4 Cylinder Misfire Detected.

Are any of these DTCs stored?

YES – Go to step 2.

NO – Stop. This bulletin does not apply. Continue with normal troubleshooting.

2. Remove and check the spark plug(s) on the affected cylinders (example: if P0301 is stored, check the spark plug on cylinder No. 1).

Are the spark plug(s) fouled?

YES – Proceed to Step 3.

NO – Stop. This bulletin does not apply. Continue with normal troubleshooting.

3. For 2011 Odyssey only: Check the PCM software version P/N located above the PGM FI Data List.

 

Year/Model Program ID (or later) Program P/N (or later)
2011 Odyssey (5-speed A/T)* V0A560 37805-RV0-A56
2011 Odyssey (5-speed A/T)** V0A240 37805-RV0-A24
2011 Odyssey (6-speed A/T)* V0A760 37805-RV0-A76
2011 Odyssey (6-speed A/T)** (VIN before 5FNRL5…BB056992) V04250 37805-RV0-425
2011 Odyssey (6-speed A/T)** (VIN including 5FNRL5…BB056992 and after) V0A360 37805-RV0-A36
2012–13 Odyssey (ALL) Software Updated from Factory

*With Keihin PCM

**With Continental PCM

Is the PCM Program ID and/or Program P/N the same or newer than what is listed above, 2011 model years only?

NO – The PCM software needs to be updated. Go to REPAIR PROCEDURE A to do the software update, then go to step 4.

YES – The correct software is installed. The piston rings on select cylinders need to be replaced. Go to step 4.

4. Note which DTCs are stored in the vehicle.

Does the vehicle have DTC P0304 stored? (Any combination of DTCs P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304 may also be stored.)

YES – Go to REPAIR PROCEDURE B for the cylinders listed, Cylinders 1–4: Clean the pistons, replace the piston rings, and replace the spark plugs.

NO – Go to REPAIR PROCEDURE B for the cylinders listed below:

 

PARTS INFORMATION A

There are no parts needed for REPAIR PROCEDURE A because it is a software update only.

 

PARTS INFORMATION – PISTON CLEANING AND RING REPLACEMENT

Part Name Part Number Cyl 1-3 Cyl 1-4
Cyl. Gasket (Fr) 12251-R70-A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1
Cyl. Gasket (Rr) 12261-R70-A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
Drain Washer 14 mm 94109-14000 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
EGR Pipe Gasket A 18716-R70-A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
EGR Pipe Gasket B 18719-R70-A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
Ex. Chamber Gasket 18115-R70-A01  1 2
Ex. Pipe Gasket 18212-SA7-003 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 2 2
Head Gasket Fr. (Valve Cover) 12030-R70-A00 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1
Head Gasket Rr. (Valve Cover) 12050-R70-A00 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
In. Manifold Gasket (Intake Top Cover) 17146-R70-A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
In. Manifold Gasket (In. Manifold to Base) 17105-RCJ-A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
Oil Filter 15400-PLM-A02 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 1
O-ring (7.47 mm x 3.6 mm) 91301-PLC-000  2 2
O-ring (31.2 mm x 4.1 mm) 91314-PH7-003  2 2
Piston Ring Set 13011-R70-A12 3 4
Pre-chamber Gasket 18393-SDB-A00  1 1
Self-locking Nut (8 mm) 90212-RCA-A01  4 8
Self-locking Nut (10 mm) 90212–SA5-003  9 9
Spark Plug 12290-R71-L01  4 4
Strainer O-ring 15221-RYE-A01  1 1
Timing Belt Bolt 14551-RCA-A01  1 1
Water Gasket Fr. 19411-P8A-A03  1 1
Water Gasket Rr. 19412–P8A-A02  1 1

 

Replace Parts as Needed for Repair Procedure B

Part Name Part Number Cyl 1-3 Cyl 1-4
Connecting Rod Bolt (may require up to 2 bolts per connecting rod) 13204–P8A–A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 6 8
Washer-Bolt (12 x 163) (may require up to 8 bolts per cylinder head) 90005–PAA–A01 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 8 16

 

REQUIRED MATERIALS – REPAIR PROCEDURE B

Part Name Part Number Quantity
Honda Long-Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2 0L999–9011 3 gallons
Full Synthetic Engine Oil 0W-20 Oil 08798–9063  6 quarts
Hondabond HT (1 Tube Repairs 5 Vehicles) 08718–0004 Warranty Extension: MIL Comes On With DTCs P0301 thru P0304 - 2011-2013 Honda Odyssey » small light 1 tube
Genuine Honda Throttle Plate Cleaner 08700–9204 
Nylon Parts Cleaning Brush (commercially available)
5/16 ID Flexible Hose (commercially available)

 

TOOL INFORMATION – REPAIR PROCEDURE B

Part Name Part Number Quantity
Piston Ring Groove Cleaner 07AAZ–TA5A100 1
Cylinder Wall Inspection Tool 07AAJR70A300 1
Gasket Remover/Pan Separator LIL50190 1
Piston Ring Expander Snap-On PRS8 or equivalent 1
Piston Ring Compressor SCP1287 or equivalent 1

 

REPAIR PROCEDURE A – SOFTWARE UPDATE

  1. For 2011 models only, update the PCM software. Refer to Service Bulletin 01-023, Updating Control Units/Modules.
  2. Go to DIAGNOSIS step 4 to determine which pistons need to be repaired before continuing to REPAIR PROCEDURE B – ENGINE REPAIR.

 

REPAIR PROCEDURE B – PISTON CLEANING AND RING REPLACEMENT

2011 Models: Confirm PCM software is or has been updated with the correct version (Procedure A). Continue to (Procedure B).

2012–13 Models: Are equipped with the updated software from the factory, no software update is needed. Piston cleaning and piston ring replacement along with the spark plugs should only be done after the diagnosis of the spark plugs has concluded that (Procedure B) is required.

The following service information procedures have been used in full or in part within this service bulletin. For more detail on these procedures, and torque specifications for some components, refer to the service information. •          Battery Terminal Disconnection and Reconnection

 

Piston Removal Procedure

  • Use fender covers to avoid damaging painted surfaces.
  • To avoid damaging any wires and terminals, unplug the circuit connectors carefully while holding the connector portion.
  • Mark all the circuits and hoses to avoid misconnection. Make sure they do not contact other circuit wiring, hoses, or interfere with other parts.

1. Relieve the fuel pressure.

2. Remove both front wheels so you can fully lower the vehicle.

3. Do the battery removal procedure.

4. Disconnect the fuel feed hose line at the bulkhead.

 

5. Remove the engine cover.

 

6. Remove the radiator cap.

7. Raise the vehicle.

8. Remove the front splash shield.

 

9. Drain the engine oil.

 

10. Loosen the drain plug on the radiator, and drain the coolant.

 

11. Install a 5/16th inner diameter rubber hose on the drain bolt located at the rear of the engine block, loosen the drain bolt, and drain all remaining coolant. Then disconnect the oil pressure switch connector.

 

12. Remove exhaust pipe A.

 

13. Depending on the diagnosis, remove the appropriate WU-TWC support bracket bolts.

14. Remove the EGR lower pipe nuts.

15. Remove the crankshaft pulley bolt but not the pulley.

NOTE

Make sure to apply new oil to the bolt flange and threads before reinstallation.

 

16. Lower the vehicle.

17. Disconnect the MAP sensor connector and the breather pipe, then remove the intake air duct.

 

18. Disconnect the throttle body connector, the EVAP canister purge valve connector, the EVAP hose, the brake booster vacuum hose, and the vacuum hose.

19. Disconnect and plug the water bypass hoses.

 

20. Remove the drive belt.

21. Remove the drive belt auto-tensioner.

22. Remove the power steering pump bolts, the power steering bracket then secure the power steering pump out of the way.

NOTE

Do not remove any of the hoses.

 

23. Remove the engine harness holder bolt on the side engine mount.

24. Set the engine to TDC cylinder one.

25. Remove the crankshaft pulley.

26. Remove the timing belt.

27. Remove the timing belt idler pulley.

28. Remove the engine intake upper cover and PCV hose.

 

29. Remove the intake manifold bolts and nuts in three steps, then remove the intake manifold.

 

30. Remove the PCM cover.

 

31. Remove the PCM connectors and harness clamps. Remove the battery cables from the underhood fuse box.

 

32. Remove the appropriate Ignition coils based on the diagnosis.

NOTE

Depending on the diagnosis, you will either have to remove the rear bank ignition coils or both the front and rear bank ignition coils.

 

33. Depending on the diagnosis, remove some or all of the following:

34. Remove the quick-connect fitting cover, then disconnect the fuel feed hose.

 

35. Remove the EVAP canister purge joint with the bracket.

 

36. Remove the fuel rail connecting joint hose (Quick-Connect fitting).

 

37. Remove the EGR pipe mounting bolts, then remove the EGR pipe.

 

38. Separate the water passage from the heads.

 

39. Remove the appropriate WU-TWC depending on diagnosis.

NOTE

Set the WU-TWC aside and cover the opening with shop towels to prevent coolant from entering.

 

40. Remove the appropriate head with the injector base attached.

NOTE

Depending on diagnosis, you will remove the rear bank head or both heads.

 

41. Measure the head bolts to determine if they need replacement. If either diameter is less than 3 mm (0.445 in.), replace the cylinder head bolt.

 

NOTES

Below are the head bolt torque specifications for reinstallation.

41.1 Apply new engine oil to the threads and under the bolt heads.

41.2 Torque the cylinder bolts in sequence to 29 N•m (22 lb-ft).

41.3. Tighten in sequence an additional 90 degrees (third step).

41.4 Tighten in sequence an additional 90 degrees (fourth step).

41.5 If the bolts are new, tighten an additional 90 degrees.

 

42. Raise the vehicle.

43. Remove the CKP sensor cover and bolts, then disconnect the CKP sensor connector.

 

44. Remove the torque converter case cover and the four bolts securing the oil pan to the transmission.

 

45. Remove all bolts securing the oil pan.

 

46. Using a flat blade screwdriver, separate the oil pan from the engine block in the areas shown.

 

47. Remove the oil strainer and baffle plate.

 

48. Lower the vehicle to a comfortable working height, and place a clean shop towel around the cylinder wall to prevent debris from entering the coolant passage.

49. Remove the appropriate piston depending on diagnosis.

NOTES

  • Before removing the rod caps, use a grease pencil or suitable marking pen to mark each cap and its corresponding connecting rod with the cylinder number it came from.
  • Do not confuse the existing marking on the side of the connecting rod and rod cap with a cylinder number. They are just manufacturing marks referring to the size of the big end of the rod.
  • Installing a rod cap incorrectly will result in engine knock and/or engine failure. Remove and mark one rod assembly at a time to make sure it is assembled correctly.
  • When torqueing the rod cap bolts, refer to the service information for details.
  • Click HERE to go to the Tech2Tech® video “Tips When Working with Fracture Rods”.

 

50. Visually inspect all the connecting rod bearing for signs of damage.

NOTES

  • If your fingernail catches on a scratch or groove in the bearing, replace it. Pictured are normal reusable rod bearings after about 35,000 miles. Some discoloration is normal and does not require replacement.
  • If the bearings look like they must be replaced, contact your DPSM for authorization.

51. Cylinder Wall Inspection. If vertical scratches are noted in the cylinder wall, refer to Job Aid Using Cylinder Wall Inspection Tool and or Tech2Tech “Using Cylinder Wall Inspection Tool”.

NOTE

Do not use finger nail or pencil lead to determine if engine block is usable. Light to moderate scratches that are detected with your finger nail will pass the inspection when using the cylinder wall inspection tool.

  • If the engine block is no good, replace the engine block. The block comes with updated pistons. This bulletin no longer applies. You must obtain DPSM authorization and refer online to Engine Removal and Installation to reinstall the engine.

 

Piston Cleaning and Ring Replacement Procedure

1. Remove the piston rings from the piston using a ring expander. Be careful not to damage the piston.

 

2. Spray the piston head and piston ring grooves thoroughly with Honda throttle plate cleaner.

3. While holding the piston upright in your left hand, take the piston ring groove cleaner tool in your right hand and line up the cleaner tool guides with the second (middle) piston ring groove.

 

4. Press the handle on the piston ring groove cleaner tool and slide the cleaning bit onto the appropriate piston ring grooves.

 

5. Once the cleaning bit is in the appropriate ring grooves of the piston, make sure the tool handle clicks in to place.

NOTE

There is only one notch on the tool for the handle to engage.

 

6. Hold the piston steady and rotate the tool counter-clockwise five to six times to remove any carbon deposits in the piston ring grooves. Do not rotate the tool clockwise.

NOTE

You can watch this procedure in the Tech2Tech segment “How to Clean Piston Ring Grooves”.

 

7. Remove the piston groove cleaning tool and clean off the carbon from the tool bit.

8. Finish cleaning the piston with throttle plate cleaner and the nylon brush. Do not use a steel wire brush.

 

NOTE

Below are some examples of before and after pictures. Depending on mileage and running conditions, the pistons will achieve different levels of cleanliness.

 

9. Install the piston rings as shown.

NOTE

The first (top) ring has a 1R manufacturing mark and the second (middle) ring has an 2R manufacturing mark. The manufacturing marks must be facing upward.

 

10. Rotate the rings in their grooves to make sure they do not bind.

11. Position the ring end gaps as shown.

NOTE

If the ring gaps are not positioned correctly, excessive blowby may occur.

 

12. Apply new engine oil to the piston, the inside of the piston ring compressor, and the cylinder bore.

NOTE

Cylinder wall honing is NOT required for this repair.

 

13. Install the piston/connecting rod assembly into the cylinder bore with the arrow on top of the piston facing the timing belt side of the engine.

NOTE

Be careful not to damage the cylinder wall when installing the piston.

 

14. Set the piston in the ring compressor, and position the piston in the cylinder based on the rod/cap marks that you made in step 49.

 

15. Set the ring compressor on the piston bore, then push the piston in with your hands.

 

16. Stop after the ring compressor pops free, and check the connecting rod-to-rod journal alignment before pushing the piston into place.

17. Measure the diameter of the connecting rod bolts to determine if they need replacement. Calculate the difference in diameter between point A and point B. It should not be more than 0–0.1 mm (0–0.004 in).

 

18. Apply new oil to the connecting rod bolt threads and flanges. Torque the bolts to 20 N•m (14 lb-ft) then tighten the connecting rod bolts an additional 90 degrees.

 

19. Reinstall the remaining components in the reverse order of removal.

20. Replace spark plugs 1–4.

21. Replace the oil filter and refill all fluids.

22. Do the idle learn procedure.

 


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June 18, 2019 Version 18

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10161635

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MC-10161635-0001

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10142437

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

Service bulletin – American Honda is announcing a powertrain warranty extension as a result of a settlement of a class action captioned, Soto et al.v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Case No. 3:12-cv-1377-SI (N.D. Cal.). The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected, P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on.

 

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June 13, 2018 09351 Version 15

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MC-10142437-9999

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10136436

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

Service bulletin – The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected, P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on.

 

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May 04, 2018 09028 Version 14

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10136436

MC-10136436-9999.pdf 1442.659KB

MC-10136436-9999

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10128889

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

Service bulletin – American Honda is announcing a powertrain warranty extension as a result of a settlement of a class action captioned, Soto et al.v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Case No. 3:12-cv-1377-SI (N.D. Cal.).

The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align, which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs

P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected,

P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on.

 

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February 03, 2018 08191 Version 13

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MC-10128889-9999

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10129411

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

Service bulletin – American Honda is announcing a powertrain warranty extension as a result of a settlement of a class action captioned, Soto et al.v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Case No. 3:12-cv-1377-SI (N.D. Cal.). The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align, which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected, P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on.

 

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MC-10129411-9999

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10152433

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

“Service bulletin – American Honda is announcing a powertrain warranty extension as a result of a settlement of a class action captioned, Soto et al.v. American Honda Motor Co., Inc., Case No. 3:12-cv-1377-SI (N.D. Cal.).

The piston rings on certain cylinders may rotate and align, which can lead to spark plug fouling. This can set DTCs P0301 No. 1 cylinder misfire detected, P0302 No. 2 cylinder misfire detected, P0303 No. 3 cylinder misfire detected, P0304 No. 4 cylinder misfire detected, and cause the MIL to come on.

American Honda is extending the powertrain warranty to cover repairs related to engine misfire (that triggers DTCs P0301 through P0304) to 8 years with unlimited mileage from the original date of purchase and has settled a class action based on this remedial measure.”

 

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December 20, 2018 Version 1

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NHTSA ID Number: 10108391

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

SERVICE BULLETIN – THE PISTON RINGS ON CERTAIN CYLINDERS MAY ROTATE AND ALIGN WHICH CAN LEAD TO SPARK PLUG FOULING. THIS CAN SET DTCS P0301 THROUGH P0304 AND CAUSE THE MIL TO COME ON. AMERICAN HONDA IS EXTENDING THE POWERTRAIN WARRANTY TO COVER REPAIRS RELATED TO ENGINE MISFIRE (THAT TRIGGERS DTCS P0301 THROUGH P0304) TO 8 YEARS WITH UNLIMITED MILEAGE FROM THE ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE.

 

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NHTSA ID Number: 10083956

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

SERVICE BULLETIN – THE PISTON RINGS ON CERTAIN CYLINDERS MAY ROTATE AND ALIGN WHICH CAN LEAD TO SPARK PLUG FOULING. SPARK PLUG FOULING MAY REUSLT IN ROUGH ENGINE IDLE AND/OR ENGINE MISFIRE.

 

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May 18, 2016 50065-02166 Version 10

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SB-10083956-2280

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10099879

Manufacturer Communication Number: A13-081

 

Summary

“SERVICE BULLETIN – AMERICAN HONDA IS ANNOUNCING A POWERTRAIN WARRANTY EXTENSION AS A RESULT OF A SETTLEMENT OF A CLASS ACTION CAPTIONED, SOTO ET AL.V. AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC., CASE NO. 3:12-CV-1377-SI (N.D. CAL.).

THE PISTON RINGS ON CERTAIN CYLINDERS MAY ROTATE AND ALIGN, WHICH CAN LEAD TO SPARK PLUG FOULING. THIS CAN SET DTCS

P0301 NO. 1 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0302 NO. 2 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0303 NO. 3 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED,

P0304 NO. 4 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, AND CAUSE THE MIL TO COME ON.”

 

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November 24, 2015 50065-02166 Version 9

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10099879

SB-10099879-9340.pdf 2819.259KB

SB-10099879-9340

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10099273

Manufacturer Communication Number: WE – A13-081

 

Summary

“SERVICE BULLETIN – AMERICAN HONDA IS ANNOUNCING A POWERTRAIN WARRANTY EXTENSION AS A RESULT OF A SETTLEMENT OF A CLASS ACTION CAPTIONED, SOTO ET AL.V. AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC., CASE NO. 3:12-CV-1377-SI (N.D. CAL.).

THE PISTON RINGS ON CERTAIN CYLINDERS MAY ROTATE AND ALIGN, WHICH CAN LEAD TO SPARK PLUG FOULING. THIS CAN SET DTCS

P0301 NO. 1 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0302 NO. 2 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0303 NO. 3 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0304 NO. 4 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, AND CAUSE THE MIL TO COME ON.”

 

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September 30, 2015 50065-02166 Version 8

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SB-10099273-9340.pdf 2819.267KB

SB-10099273-9340

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10099309

Manufacturer Communication Number: WE – A13-081

 

Summary

“SERVICE BULLETIN – AMERICAN HONDA IS ANNOUNCING A POWERTRAIN WARRANTY EXTENSION AS A RESULT OF A SETTLEMENT OF A CLASS ACTION CAPTIONED, SOTO ET AL.V. AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC., CASE NO. 3:12-CV-1377-SI (N.D. CAL.).

THE PISTON RINGS ON CERTAIN CYLINDERS MAY ROTATE AND ALIGN, WHICH CAN LEAD TO SPARK PLUG FOULING. THIS CAN SET DTCS

P0301 NO. 1 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0302 NO. 2 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0303 NO. 3 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED,

P0304 NO. 4 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, AND CAUSE THE MIL TO COME ON.

AMERICAN HONDA IS EXTENDING THE POWERTRAIN WARRANTY TO COVER REPAIRS RELATED TO ENGINE MISFIRE (THAT TRIGGERS DTCS

P0301 THROUGH P0304) TO 8 YEARS WITH UNLIMITED MILEAGE FROM THE ORIGINAL DATE OF PURCHASE AND HAS SETTLED A CLASS

ACTION BASED ON THIS REMEDIAL MEASURE.”

 

1 Associated Document

Service Bulletin Document

Service Bulletin 13-081
September 4, 2015 01365-02166 Version 6

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10099309

SB-10099309-9340.pdf 2819.899KB

SB-10099309-9340

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10099104

Manufacturer Communication Number: WE – A13-081

 

Summary

SERVICE BULLETIN – WARRANTY EXTENSION: MIL COMES ON WITH DTCS P0301 THRU P0304 – THE PISTON RINGS ON CERTAIN CYLINDERS MAY ROTATE AND ALIGN, WHICH CAN LEAD TO SPARK PLUG FOULING. THIS CAN SET DTCS P0301 NO. 1 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0302 NO. 2 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0303 NO. 3 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, P0304 NO. 4 CYLINDER MISFIRE DETECTED, AND CAUSE THE MIL TO COME ON.

 

1 Associated Document

Service Bulletin Document

Service Bulletin 13-081
September 4, 2015 01365-02166 Version 6

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10099104

SB-10099104-5233.pdf 2819.899KB

SB-10099104-5233

 


NHTSA ID Number: 10053791

Manufacturer Communication Number: SB-13-081

 

Summary

HONDA: POWERTRAIN WARRANTY HAS BEEN EXTENDED AS A RESULT OF A SETTLEMENT AND REPAIR AND DIAGNOSIS IS UNDER REVIEW. MODEL 2011-2013 ODYSSEY. *PE

 

1 Associated Document

Service Bulletin Document

Service Bulletin 13-081
October 08, 2013

https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls?nhtsaId=10053791

SB-10053791-7389.pdf 36.924KB

SB-10053791-7389

 


 

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