I bought a 2012 Odyssey EX new in December 2011...its been a great van and I have maintained it perfectly per manufacturers recommendations. At 99K, I took the van into the dealer for the timing belt and water pump belt replacement, had them tune it up, etc. It was a pretty expensive service repair ($1100) but I had heard horror stories about the belt and how if the timing belt failed the entire engine would be shot. Had the service done and the dealership told me I should be good for at least another 100K miles. At 129K miles, the Ody left my wife stranded on the side of a 6 lane highway, which is no fun! I had it towed to a local shop, and the mechanic told me that while they did not tear into the engine to troubleshoot, based on the sounds it was making, the engine was probably shot....they asked me if I had the timing belt serviced and I told them that I had, just 14 months ago. I then called the dealership and they told me to have it towed in and they would look at it...at just 130K miles I was understandably dissapointed to think I would need to spend $8K to replace an engine after having it serviced regularly. Once I got it to the dealership, they called me and told me they found the timing belt tensioner in the van...like someone had removed it and put it on the floor. The dealership is now telling me that because it is 2 months past the parts and labor warranty, I have to pay them to replace the timing belt and tensioner once again in order to determine if the engine is even repairable. Does this sound right? Super dissapointed to have ANY engine issues at such low mileage, and also dissapointed that the dealer seems to be trying to pin the issue on the first shop, who didnt dissassemble anything on the van. I am not sure what to do with the van at this point as I dont want to throw more money at a van that likely needs a new engine? Any thoughts? Would really appreciate any feedback you may have!