Upon performing the annual PA State inspection of our 2005 model Odyssey our Honda dealer (that has been maintaining the car for ten years) reported the engine (173,000 miles) might soon require replacement. It was reported that camshaft intake lobes were severely worn (pitting). A compression test was supposedly performed showing two badly performing cyclinders. The spark plugs in those cyclinders were supposedly in need of replacement. Since this reporting indicated we might want to consider trading our car very soon, a second opinion was obtained. A compression test performed by an independent garage showed all cyclinders in excellent condition. There is absolutely no doubt about the results of the independent test. This means our Honda dealer falsely reported to us....probably to encourage a switch to a new Odyssey. Of course, all trust in our Honda dealer has been lost.