I've already read up on a bit on this, but I'm looking for some advice on my current situation. I've got a 2000 Odyssey with 93,000 miles on it. The check engine light just came on last week, brought it to Autozone yesterday - two codes came up... One, is P1739 (automatic transaxle concerns) and the other is P0420 (bad cat).
So, I got it into the dealer this morning. The dealer just called. The recommend replacing the sensor and getting a transmission flush. Is this good enough. Is it really a faulty sensor, or are they just covering up the eventual trans failure. Not sure if the sensor error really means a failed trans. The car drives pretty normal, I'd say the shifts can be just a bit delayed in cold weather, otherwise no issues at all.
Also, they quoted me $901.00 for the cat replacement. Is that normal? Are they correct to jump on the most expensive part to replace?
Thanks for any help.