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2017 Honda Odyssey Touring Auto

  • Traction Control
  • Brake Assist
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Stability Control
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Rear Head Air Bag
  • Front Head Air Bag
  • Front Side Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag Sensor
  • Honda LaneWatch Right Side Camera
  • Back-Up Camera
  • Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Rear Center 3 Point, Height Adjusters and Pretensioners
  • Rear Child Safety Locks
  • Airbag Occupancy Sensor
  • Curtain 1st, 2nd And 3rd Row Airbags
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags
  • Low Tire Pressure Warning
  • Front And Rear Parking Sensors
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Forward Collision
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Side Impact Beams
  • ABS And Driveline Traction Control
  • VSA Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
 
Crash Test Results for the 2017 Honda Models:
No crash test results exist
 
Service Bulletins for 2017 Honda Odyssey Touring Auto
2017 HONDA ODYSSEY:

Bulletin Number: A13050F
ServiceNews Article - Here's something you really ought to know about: When you play a DVD with 5.1 surround sound (Dolby Digital), you'll hear the dialogue coming from just the front speakers. You won't hear it coming from any of the rear

Bulletin Number: A13050F
ServiceNews Article - Here's something you really ought to know about: When you play a DVD with 5.1 surround sound (Dolby Digital), you'll hear the dialogue coming from just the front speakers. You won't hear it coming from any of the rear

Bulletin Number: A13050F
ServiceNews Article - Here's something you really ought to know about: When you play a DVD with 5.1 surround sound (Dolby Digital), you'll hear the dialogue coming from just the front speakers. You won't hear it coming from any of the rear

Bulletin Number: A15060D
Service news article - To prevent damage during shipping, leather-wrapped steering wheels come with a protective plastic covering. The easiest way to remove it during PDI is to grab the covering with both hands near the top of the steering

Bulletin Number: A15060D
Service news article - To prevent damage during shipping, leather-wrapped steering wheels come with a protective plastic covering. The easiest way to remove it during PDI is to grab the covering with both hands near the top of the steering

Bulletin Number: A16-063
Service bulletin - The tailgate won?t open from the outside handle in temperatures near freezing or colder, but will open in warmer temperatures. There is an internal failure of the tailgate outer handle switch.

Bulletin Number: A16-063
Service bulletin - The tailgate won?t open from the outside handle in temperatures near freezing or colder, but will open in warmer temperatures. There is an internal failure of the tailgate outer handle switch.

Bulletin Number: A16-063
Service bulletin - The tailgate won?t open from the outside handle in temperatures near freezing or colder, but will open in warmer temperatures. There is an internal failure of the tailgate outer handle switch.

Bulletin Number: A17-031
Service bulletin - The second-row center seat cup holder is loose or broken. The cup holder is coming out from the center seat due to insufficient strength of the hooks and clips that secure the tray to the seat frame.

Bulletin Number: A17-031
Service bulletin - The second-row center seat cup holder is loose or broken. The cup holder is coming out from the center seat due to insufficient strength of the hooks and clips that secure the tray to the seat frame.

Bulletin Number: A17-043
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-043
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-043
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-043
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-044
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-044
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-044
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17-044
Service bulletin - A judder from the torque converter lock-up clutch may be felt while driving between 20 and 60 mph. The problem is typically diagnosed as a bad torque converter. American Honda investigated the judder and found that the to

Bulletin Number: A17120G
Servicenews Article - Anytime you release the rear latches on the second-row outer seats, make sure the seats are securely latched when you put the seats back into position. This is particularly important when doing S/B 16-108, Safety Recal

Bulletin Number: A17120G
Servicenews Article - Anytime you release the rear latches on the second-row outer seats, make sure the seats are securely latched when you put the seats back into position. This is particularly important when doing S/B 16-108, Safety Recal

Bulletin Number: A18-010
Service bulletin - While driving, the customer may experience flickering interior/exterior lights, multiple indicators coming on, jerky steering and/or other voltage-related fluctuations. The B+ sensing screw on the alternator is not torqu

Bulletin Number: A18-010
Service bulletin - While driving, the customer may experience flickering interior/exterior lights, multiple indicators coming on, jerky steering and/or other voltage-related fluctuations. The B+ sensing screw on the alternator is not torqu

Bulletin Number: A18070B
Servicenews article - If the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD) isn't responding to touch or is freezing up, the reason could be there's debris lodged in the gap between the touch screen and the bezel. Lodged debris contacting the screen c

Bulletin Number: A18070B
Servicenews article - If the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD) isn't responding to touch or is freezing up, the reason could be there's debris lodged in the gap between the touch screen and the bezel. Lodged debris contacting the screen c

Bulletin Number: A18070B
Servicenews article - If the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD) isn't responding to touch or is freezing up, the reason could be there's debris lodged in the gap between the touch screen and the bezel. Lodged debris contacting the screen c

Bulletin Number: A19050B
ServiceNews Article - When removing and installing a cable reel, you need to keep both the cable reel and the steering angle sensor in position. If you don't , the VSA indicator may come on along with one or more VSA DTCs. And when you run

Bulletin Number: APaS08272019901
Dealer Message - American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (AHM) is investigating certain 2016-2019 Accords, Civics, CR-Vs, Odysseys, Pilots & Ridgelines with a customer complaint of fuel smell or leak from the fuel tank area. To better understand the

Bulletin Number: APaS09092019901
Dealer Message - American Honda Motor Co., Inc. (AHM) is investigating certain 2016-2019 Accords, Civics, CR-Vs, Odysseys, Pilots & Ridgelines with a customer complaint of fuel smell or leak from the fuel tank area. To better understand the

Bulletin Number: APSa08012018901
Dealer message - The August episode of Tech2Tech is now posted. We've got some valuable information for you, so check it out! This month, we're featuring ?Safety Recall: Left (Driver) Side Second Row Seat Recliner Does Not Lock??

Bulletin Number: ATS171103
Techline summary article - We?re currently looking at an issue that when connected to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® using an iPhone with iOS 11, there?s no phonebook showing up on the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD).

Bulletin Number: ATS171105
Techline summary article - We?re currently looking at an issue that when connected to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® using an iPhone with iOS 11, Pandora doesn?t work on the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD). We think this may be due to some c

Bulletin Number: ATS180203
Tech line summary article - If the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD) isn?t responding to touch or is freezing up, the reason could be there?s debris lodged in the gap between the touch screen and the bezel. Lodged debris contacting the sc

Bulletin Number: ATS180205
Tech line summary article - We?re currently looking at an issue that when connected to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® using an iPhone with iOS 11, there?s no phonebook showing up on the On Demand Multi-Use Display? (ODMD). If the phonebook doesn

Bulletin Number: AVE02142018901
Dealer message - Every Service Bulletin requires you to take an HDS snap shot and use the job aid or Tech2Tech to confirm the judder/shudder is coming from the torque converter.

Bulletin Number: TS-WI-0256
Service Bulletin sent to all dealers to update the firmware in the affected vehicles VMI computer. This allows for more amperage to draw the Powerkneel up allowing the up-limit switch to be tripped consistently. If the up limit switch is no

Bulletin Number: TS-WI-0256
Service Bulletin sent to all dealers to update the firmware in the affected vehicles VMI computer. This allows for more amperage to draw the Powerkneel up allowing the up-limit switch to be tripped consistently. If the up limit switch is no

Bulletin Number: TS-WI-0290
Service Bulletin sent to all dealers to inspect L-track bolts for correct torque and to incorporate torque check as part of regular maintenance

 
Recalls for 2017 Honda Odyssey Touring Auto
2017 HONDA ODYSSEY
NHTSA Campaign ID: 17V725000
Component: SEATS:MID/REAR ASSEMBLY
Manufacturer: Honda (American Honda Motor Co.)
Manufacture Dates: -
Potential Units Affected: 806936
Defect Description:
Honda (American Honda Motor Co.) is recalling certain 2011-2017 Honda Odyssey vehicles. The second row outboard seats can slide sideways to one of two positions. If a seat is placed between either of the two positions when attaching the seat to the vehicle floor, the seat will not latch properly to the seat striker, allowing the seat to tip forward unexpectedly during braking.
Consequence:
If the seat tips forward during braking, it can increase the risk of injury.
Action to take:
Honda will notify owners, and dealers will install a bracket to the second row outboard floor strikers, free of charge. The recall began April 2, 2018. Owners may contact American Honda Customer Support & Campaign Center at 1-888-234-2138. Honda's number for this recall is S0G.
 


2006 Ford Truck Freestar Cargo Van Base

  • Driver Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment
  • Passenger Airbag Cutoff Sensor
  • Passenger Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment
  • Personal Safety System(TM) Includes Pretensioners With Force Limiters, Driver Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment, Passenger Airbag With Dual Stage Deployment, Driver Seat Position Sensor and Crash Sensor
  • Front Seatbelt Height Adjusters
  • Front Dual Outboard 3-Points Seatbelts
  • Crash Sensor
  • Emergency Fuel Shut-Off Device
  • Front Pretensioners With Force Limiters
  • Side Guard Door Beams
 
Crash Test Results for the 2006 Ford Truck Models:
Car Frontal Star Rating Side Star Rating Rollover
Resistance
Rating
Driver Pass. Front Seat Rear Seat
2006 Ford Crown Victoria 55455
2006 Ford Crown Victoria 55555
2006 Ford E-150 44Not
Tested
Not
Tested
3
2006 Ford E-350 15 Passenger Not
Tested
Not
Tested
Not
Tested
Not
Tested
2
2006 Ford Escape 44553
2006 Ford Escape Hybrid 4455Not
Tested
2006 Ford Expedition 55Not
Tested
Not
Tested
3
2006 Ford Explorer 55553
2006 Ford F-150 55Not
Tested
Not
Tested
4
2006 Ford F-150 55Not
Tested
Not
Tested
4
2006 Ford F-150 55Not
Tested
Not
Tested
4
2006 Ford Five Hundred 55554
2006 Ford Five Hundred 55554
2006 Ford Focus 54344
2006 Ford Focus 44344
2006 Ford Freestar 55454
2006 Ford Freestyle 55554
2006 Ford Freestyle 55554
2006 Ford Fusion 44444
2006 Ford Fusion 44544
2006 Ford GT Not
Tested
Not
Tested
Not
Tested
Not
Tested
Not
Tested
2006 Ford Mustang 554Not
Tested
5
2006 Ford Ranger 444Not
Tested
3
2006 Ford Ranger 445Not
Tested
3
2006 Ford Taurus 45334
2006 Ford Taurus 45334
 
Service Bulletins for 2006 Ford Truck Taurus Base
No service bulletins exist
 
Recalls for 2006 Ford Truck Taurus Base
No recalls exist.
 






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