hahaha! thankfully I just bought my wife a car a few months ago (Toyota Avalon) so she isn't pressing me on the Odyssey at the moment. I raised all my kids in this Ody and she has been well maintained, so if I can get a decent price on the tranny then I will probably move forward with the repair even though it has 272,000+ on it.Holy cow! What are the chances, thanks God was only 25 miles away with you driving and no the wife. Yeah stay safe there and once u get home take a look at it and do some math. If body is fine, and for what I read, engine maintenance has been excellent 👍... I'll go ahead with the tranny rebuild. My wife would have call me from the nearest dealership to let me know she was on her way home with a 2021. LoL...Stay safe brother.
I was thinking all the maintenance and repairs I have put into her the last three years. Motor still runs good.
Replaced the door rollers, starter, battery, new AC system, new timing belt, water pump, tensioners and pulleys, new belts, Replaced rear MICU brain box, New power steering pump, flushed power steering fluid, new power steering resevoir, Struts, CV axles, shocks, tie rods, control arms, ball joints, stabilizer bar end links and bushings, flushed cooling system and new coolant, Adjusted valves, cleaned intake and throttle body, replaced valve cover and intake gaskets, new PCV valve, New plugs, new wires, all new fuel injectors, replaced all O2 sensors, new catalytic convertor, rear main seal replaced, oil pan gasket replaced, new tires, replaced front bumper with a new prepainted one.....blah blah blah! Man it is hard to believe al the work I have put into this thing thinking I was going to get at least another 100,000 out of it!