Honda Shuttle Workshop Manuals and Repair Manuals
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Honda ShuttleThe Honda Odyssey is a minivan manufactured by Japanese automaker Honda since 1994, marketed worldwide, and now in its fourth & fifth generation in North America and Japan, respectively. The first generation Odyssey was marketed in Europe as the Honda Shuttle. All the JDM Odysseys had the double-air conditioning system, separate for the front and rear seaters. Since the first generation all the models have been six or seven seater versions. In 1995, it won the Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference Car of the Year award in Japan. By September 1997, the Odyssey had sold more than 300,000 units, becoming Honda s fastest-selling new car and breaking the Civic s record.
Honda Shuttle FAQ's
How do I adjust the side mirrors in my Honda Shuttle?
To adjust the side mirrors in your Honda Shuttle, locate the mirror control switch on the driver's door panel. Use the switch to select the desired mirror (driver or passenger). Then, use the arrows or joystick to adjust the mirror vertically, horizontally, or diagonally until you achieve the desired viewing angle. Lock the mirror in place by releasing the switch. Repeat the process for the other side mirror if necessary.
How do I change the serpentine belt in my Honda Shuttle?
To change the serpentine belt in your Honda Shuttle, locate the belt routing diagram under the hood, usually on the radiator support or engine cover. Note the belt's path and tensioner location. Use a wrench or socket to rotate the tensioner counterclockwise, releasing tension on the belt. Remove the old belt, and carefully install the new belt following the correct routing. Finally, release the tensioner, ensuring the belt is properly seated on all pulleys.
How do I check the brake fluid level in my Honda Shuttle?
To check the brake fluid level in your Honda Shuttle, locate the brake fluid reservoir under the hood. The reservoir is usually located near the firewall, on the driver's side. The fluid level should be between the "MIN" and "MAX" marks on the reservoir. If the level is low, add the recommended brake fluid specified in the owner's manual until it reaches the appropriate level.
How do I check the tire pressure in my Honda Shuttle?
To check the tire pressure in your Honda Shuttle, first, ensure that the tires are cold. Then, locate the tire valve stem and remove the cap. Use a tire pressure gauge to measure the air pressure and compare it to the recommended pressure listed in the owner's manual or on a sticker inside the driver's door. If the pressure is low, add air until it reaches the appropriate level, but avoid overinflating.
How do I jump-start my Honda Shuttle?
To jump-start your Honda Shuttle, first, position another vehicle with a fully charged battery facing your car. Connect one end of the positive (red) jumper cable to the positive terminal of the dead battery and the other end to the positive terminal of the charged battery. Then, connect one end of the negative (black) cable to the negative terminal of the charged battery and the other end to an unpainted metal surface on your Honda Shuttle's engine. Start the vehicle with the charged battery, let it run for a few minutes, and then start your Honda Shuttle.
How do I replace a blown fuse in my Honda Shuttle?
To replace a blown fuse in your Honda Shuttle, first, locate the fuse box, which is usually located under the dashboard or in the engine compartment. Refer to the owner's manual to identify the specific fuse related to the malfunctioning component. Using a fuse puller or needle-nose pliers, carefully remove the blown fuse and replace it with a new one of the same amperage rating. Ensure the new fuse is securely in place.
How do I replace a burnt-out headlight bulb in my Honda Shuttle?
To replace a burnt-out headlight bulb in your Honda Shuttle, open the hood and locate the back of the headlight assembly. Twist the bulb socket counterclockwise to remove it from the assembly. Remove the old bulb by pulling it straight out and replace it with a new bulb of the same type. Insert the bulb socket back into the assembly and twist it clockwise to secure it.
How do I replace the cabin air filter in my Honda Shuttle?
To replace the cabin air filter in your Honda Shuttle, locate the filter housing, which is usually behind the glove compartment. Remove the glove compartment by pressing the sides inward and pulling it out. Open the filter housing door, remove the old filter, and replace it with a new one. Ensure the new filter is properly aligned and close the housing door before reinstalling the glove compartment.
How do I replace the windshield wiper blades on my Honda Shuttle?
To replace the windshield wiper blades on your Honda Shuttle, lift the wiper arm away from the windshield. Locate the release tab or button on the wiper blade assembly and press it to detach the old blade. Attach the new wiper blade by inserting it into the wiper arm until it clicks into place. Gently lower the wiper arm back onto the windshield.
How do I reset the maintenance light on my Honda Shuttle?
To reset the maintenance light on your Honda Shuttle, turn on the ignition without starting the engine. Press the select/reset button until the maintenance message is displayed. Press and hold the button until the indicator resets, usually for about 10 seconds. Release the button, and the maintenance light should turn off, indicating a successful reset.
How often should I change the engine oil in my Honda Shuttle?
It is recommended to change the engine oil in your Honda Shuttle every 5,000 to 7,500 miles or every 6 months, whichever comes first. Changing the oil regularly ensures that the engine's internal components are properly lubricated, reducing wear and tear and maximizing its lifespan. Additionally, fresh oil helps maintain optimal engine performance and fuel efficiency.
How often should I replace the air filter in my Honda Shuttle?
The air filter in your Honda Shuttle should be replaced every 15,000 to 30,000 miles, depending on driving conditions. A clogged or dirty air filter can restrict airflow to the engine, affecting performance and fuel efficiency. Regularly replacing the air filter ensures that the engine receives clean air, protecting it from harmful particles and debris.
How often should I rotate the tires on my Honda Shuttle?
It is recommended to rotate the tires on your Honda Shuttle every 5,000 to 7,500 miles or as indicated in the owner's manual. Regular tire rotations help distribute wear more evenly, extending the overall tire lifespan and ensuring consistent handling and traction. Follow a cross-pattern rotation for front-wheel-drive vehicles and an X-pattern rotation for all-wheel-drive vehicles.
What should I do if my Honda Shuttle's check engine light comes on?
If the check engine light illuminates in your Honda Shuttle, it is advised to first check if the gas cap is loose or damaged. If the cap is secure and undamaged, it is recommended to schedule a diagnostic check at a qualified Honda service center. The check engine light can indicate various issues, ranging from minor to more significant problems, and a professional diagnostic will help identify the specific cause.
What type of coolant should I use in my Honda Shuttle?
It is recommended to use Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2 in your Honda Shuttle. This coolant is specifically formulated to provide optimal protection against freezing, overheating, and corrosion for the engine's cooling system. Using the correct coolant type helps maintain the cooling system's efficiency and prolong the lifespan of its components.
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