2016 HONDA ODYSSEY VIN: 5FNRL5H28GB155246

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Collision
Title
Salvage

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Make

HONDA

Manufacturer Name

AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO., INC.

Model

Odyssey

Model Year

2016

Plant City

LINCOLN

Series

LX

Vehicle Type

MULTIPURPOSE PASSENGER VEHICLE (MPV)

Plant Country

UNITED STATES (USA)

Plant State

ALABAMA

Series2

Wagon body style

Body Class

Minivan

Doors

5

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating From

Class 2E: 6,001 - 7,000 lb (2,722 - 3,175 kg)

Trailer Type Connection

Not Applicable

Trailer Body Type

Not Applicable

Transmission Style

Automatic

Transmission Speeds

6

Drive Type

4x2

Engine Number of Cylinders

6

Displacement (CC)

3474.057568

Displacement (CI)

212

Displacement (L)

3.474057568

Engine Model

J35Z8

Engine Power (kW)

208.7960

Fuel Type - Primary

Gasoline

Valve Train Design

Single Overhead Cam (SOHC)

Engine Configuration

V-Shaped

Engine Brake (hp) From

280

Seat Belt Type

Manual

Other Restraint System Info

seat belts: front, mid right/left outer positions, rear/rear center

Curtain Air Bag Locations

1st and 2nd and 3rd Rows

Front Air Bag Locations

1st Row (Driver and Passenger)

Side Air Bag Locations

1st Row (Driver and Passenger)

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Type

Direct

Bus Floor Configuration Type

Not Applicable

Bus Type

Not Applicable

Custom Motorcycle Type

Not Applicable

Motorcycle Suspension Type

Not Applicable

Motorcycle Chassis Type

Not Applicable

2016 HONDA ODYSSEY Crash Test Score

5

Overall Rating

Overall Front Star Rating

Combines Driver and Passenger star ratings into a single frontal rating. The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles, each moving at 35 mph.

Front Driver Side
Front Passenger Side

Overall Side Star Rating

Combines Driver and Passenger star ratings into a single frontal rating. The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles, each moving at 35 mph.

Combined Side Barrier and Pole Ratings

Combines Driver and Passenger star ratings into a single frontal rating. The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles, each moving at 35 mph.

Front Seat
Rear Seat

Side Barrier

Combines Driver and Passenger star ratings into a single frontal rating. The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles, each moving at 35 mph.

Driver
Rear Passenger

Overall Side Pole Star Rating

Combines Driver and Passenger star ratings into a single frontal rating. The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles, each moving at 35 mph.

Rollover Star Rating

Combines Driver and Passenger star ratings into a single frontal rating. The frontal barrier test simulates a head-on collision between two similar vehicles, each moving at 35 mph.

Rollover Risk:
12.7%

2016 HONDA ODYSSEY Safety Features

Advanced Safety Features

Rearview Video Systems Standard

Seat Belts and Head Restraints

Dynamic Head Restraints Driver, Front Passenger
Head Restraint Driver, Front Passenger, Rear Seat, 3rd row
Advanced Belt Feature Standard
Adjustable Upper Belt Anchorage Driver, Front Passenger, Rear Seat
Seat Belt Reminder System Driver, Front Passenger

Air Bags

Frontal Air Bag Driver, Front Passenger
Curtain Driver, Front Passenger, Rear Seat, 3rd row
Torso/Pelvis Driver, Front Passenger
Knee Not Available
Additional Air Bags Not Available
Meets Side Air Bag Out-of-Position Requirements Yes

Child Passenger Features

LATCH Locations Rear Seat, 3rd row
Safety Power Windows (Anti-Pinch) Available
Safety Power Windows (Anti-Pinch) locations Driver, Front Passenger

Complaints Assosiated with VIN 5FNRL5H28GB155246

Components: VEHICLE SPEED CONTROL SERVICE BRAKES FORWARD COLLISION AVOIDANCE

June 11, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11420897
Consumer Location: PAHRUMP, NV
VIN: 5FNRL5H64GB****

Summary of Complaint

Failure of computer module in my 2016 Odyssey caused the key safety systems to all fault. ABS, traction control, LDW, and other systems all went into fault after a light tap on the breaks at parking lot speeds (less than 10 mph). This van has under 30,000 miles on it and was purchased by me brand new.

Components: UNKNOWN OR OTHER

May 31, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11420134
Consumer Location: WEST DES MOINES, IA
VIN: 5FNRL5H69GB****

Summary of Complaint

My family was recently faced with unnecessary added stress with what appears to be a design flaw in the child safety lock feature on my 2016 Honda Odyssey purchased in 2019 from Ed Napleton Honda in Illinois. I felt the need to bring my concerns to your attention as I’m concerned for not only my son’s safety, but any other families that could face a similar frightening situation. Last weekend, while I was driving the car on the interstate outside of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, despite having turned the child safety locks on, my seven year old was able to squeeze his finger in between the space of the door and the side panel to reach the child safety lock, flip the position to un- locked, and open the sliding door while I was driving 70mph. I was very fortunate that I was able to pull over and call for safety assistance; however, it goes without saying that this situation could’ve ended much differently. Upon returning home, I took video of my older son being able to recreate the situation by manipulating the child safety lock from inside. I have this video if you want to see it. I purchased what I believed to be a vehicle full of adequate safety features. Now, I’m extremely concerned with my ability (or lack thereof) to safely transport my son at this time knowing this design flaw exists. I urge you to escalate this issue for immediate recall consideration to avoid potentially dire consequences.

Components: LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES

January 01, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11420211
Consumer Location: WEST PALM BEACH, FL
VIN: 5FNRL5H38GB****

Summary of Complaint

This car has a failure/malfunction that is well documented on the internet by other owners and is being willfully ignored by Honda. The vehicle is available for inspection upon request. It is a major safety concern. In cool weather, there is no way to open the back hatch of this vehicle. So if the only way to reach passengers trapped in the car was from the back hatch and the weather was cool there would be no way to open the hatch and no way for the passengers to get out or for help to reach them. This failure occurred without warning and we did not detect it until we traveled from Florida to North Carolina where the weather is cooler. The vehicle has not been inspected by Honda, the police, or insurance but we would happily have it inspected. It has not been confirmed by the dealer. We did ask the dealer to look into it but they could not find the problem because we are in Florida and the weather is warm. Honda must know about the issue. I reported it to them and it is all over the internet. I am not the only person with this defect.

Components: ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

May 05, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11419881
Consumer Location: Unknown
VIN: 5FNRL5H31GB****

Summary of Complaint

When driving, the electric systems in the car completely turn off. You lose all dashboard functions, including blinkers, speedometer, radio and information panel. Car starts to slow and gas pedal does not seem to work. Power steering also seems to stop working. Car gradually slows. Hazard lights do continue to work. When you come to a full stop, car starts again and works fine. The problem is extremely dangerous if driving of a freeway or other multi lane, higher speed road. We experienced the problem almost immediately after purchasing the car (used, with 28K miles, from Paragon Honda in NY). We bought the car back to the dealer and they replaced an electrical harness. THe problem did not reoccur again for around 4 months (we only drive around 10K miles per year), when it happened again on a local road. Recently, in April and May the problem occurred two more times, with the last occurrence nearly causing a serious accident as we were driving in the left lane on the LIE at around 60mph. Getting the car to the shoulder with limited brake, steering and acceleration functions, and not having use of the blinker was extremely dangerous. This is a very serious issue. Bringing the car back to the dealer, but given the short duration of the initial fix, I fear there is a fundamental defect in the electric system. Went online to a Honda Odyssey discussion board, and was surprised that there were a number of other similar complaints. If this is a systemic problem, it is a big one.

Components: SERVICE BRAKES

July 02, 2020
NHTSA ID Number: 11418403
Consumer Location: EDMOND, OK
VIN: 5FNRL5H34GB****

Summary of Complaint

On two previous occasions, while driving two different Honda Odyssey's I owned on major highways in the mountains of Colorado (Interstate or multi-lane highways which appear to meet interstate highway standards), at a time late in the day where, although summer, heat did not appear to be a factor, I suffered multiple occasions where my brakes would seem to be braking at a much lesser ability than I have been used to. In these instances, the harder the brake was applied, the reaction was almost causing me to lose control of the vehicles due to the extreme vibration/bouncing of the front end, as if both front tires were starting to bounce making it difficult to safely steer the vehicle and stay within my traffic lane. Upon returning home, once out of the more steep mountain driving, both braking and steering operated as expected. I talked to a couple of local garages in the mountains and a couple of Honda dealers locally. The Colorado garages didn't see any problems but said they have heard many such complaints from Honda owners. The local dealers back at home also found no obvious mechanical issues, but quietly confirmed hearing similar complaints and just chalked it up to Honda Van's. I am 70yoa and have never experienced the violent shaking I've had in my two Hondas making me to want to raise this issue to you. I feel a lessor experienced driver would have lost control at a high speed most probably resulting in serious injury or death, and with a high probability that such a loss at a steep grade and speed would easily involve multiple vehicles.

Components: UNKNOWN OR OTHER

May 13, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11418073
Consumer Location: SUN VALLEY, CA
VIN: 5FNRL5H36GB****

Summary of Complaint

My auto lights on dash keep flashing even though the car is off. This only happens every time I set car alarm and after couple minutes it starts to sound and all the dash board lights flicker car turns on it’s own. I open the front trunk and heard noise from fuse box. The Honda service tech said their is an issue in the control unit. I had heard a recall about an issue on 2018-2020 cars but not my year. This has been the second time this issue comes up. First time the battery ran out of power so the Honda technician change battery after I only had the car less than 2 years. Then a new battery was instal. Since first time this happen I thought it would be battery again but was informed that it’s power control unit that’s causing this self control flickering on its own. I am concerned that while on road the car might suddenly stop and not function if this flickering happens.

Components: STRUCTURE UNKNOWN OR OTHER

April 20, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11412963
Consumer Location: WHITE PLAINS, NY
VIN: 5FNRL5H65GB****

Summary of Complaint

LEFT SLIDING DOOR UNLATCHED WHILE DRIVING AT THE SPEED OF 55 MILES PER HOUR. THIS HAS HAPPENED TWICE ON MY CAR.

Components: UNKNOWN OR OTHER

April 08, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11408072
Consumer Location: PFLUGERVILLE, TX
VIN: 5FNRL5H39GB****

Summary of Complaint

POWER SLIDING DOOR IS POPPING OPEN AFTER CLOSING

Components: ENGINE LANE DEPARTURE FORWARD COLLISION AVOIDANCE

December 18, 2020
NHTSA ID Number: 11405911
Consumer Location: LEWIS CENTER, OH
VIN: 5FNRL5H63GB****

Summary of Complaint

WE HAVE BEEN GETTING MULTIPLE WARNING LIGHTS (FCW, LDW, CHECK ENGINE) WHICH OCCUR WITH SLUGGISH ENGINE PERFORMANCE. THE ENGINE WILL MISFIRE AND NOT ACCELERATE AS IT TYPICALLY DOES OR SHUDDERS/JITTERS TRYING TO ACCELERATE. DIAGNOSTIC TOOL SHOWS P0303 FOR MISFIRE IN CYLINDER 3. I CHANGED OUT THE SPARK PLUG WHICH WAS VERY FOULED (SAVED IT) AND THIS FIXED IT FOR A FEW WEEKS AND THEN IT RETURNED. CHANGED OUT ALL SPARK PLUGS BUT ISSUES AND CODE ARE BACK AGAIN AFTER A FEW WEEKS.

Components: POWER TRAIN

March 26, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11405101
Consumer Location: EPHRATA, WA
VIN: 5FNRL5H91GB****

Summary of Complaint

TRANSMISSION KEEPS SLIPPING. NOT TYPICAL FOR A CAR SO NEW. EVERYTIME WE ACCELERATE, IT SLIPS.

Components: SEATS

October 05, 2020
NHTSA ID Number: 11404007
Consumer Location: CHAMPLIN, MN
VIN: 5FNRL5H65GB****

Summary of Complaint

I HAVE AN ISSUE WITH A SECOND ROW SEAT NOT LATCHING PROPERLY AND SLIDING WHILE DRIVING, BUT WHEN I CHECK MY VIN IT DOESN'T SHOW ANY RECALLS OR REPAIRS NEEDED. I KNOW THIS IS AN ISSUE WITH THE HONDA ODYSSEY. THE SEAT HAS STARTED TO BECOME HARDER TO SLIDE FORWARD TO GAIN ACCESS TO KIDS IN THE THIRD ROW WHEN TRYING TO GET OUT OF THE VAN.

Components: FUEL/PROPULSION SYSTEM

March 02, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11400090
Consumer Location: STUART, FL
VIN: 5FNLR5H60GB****

Summary of Complaint

HELLO: I HAVE A 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY I AM TRADING IN TODAY. A FEW WEEKS AGO I WAS IN DRIVE WITH MY FOOT ON THE BREAK. THE ENGINE STARTED RACING AND MOVING THE VAN. I PUT THE TRANSMISSION INTO NEUTRAL AND IT RACED TO 4500 RPM. I PLACED IT IN PARK, IT RACED TO 5500 RPM AND WAS NOT STOPPING. I TURNED THE ENGINE OFF. THEN RESTARTED AND THE PROBLEM WAS GONE. I WANT TO REPORT THIS TO YOUR AGENCY. THANK YOU

Components: STRUCTURE

February 12, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11397411
Consumer Location: ORCHARD PARK, NY
VIN: 5FNRL5H66GB****

Summary of Complaint

WHILE STATIONARY, THE C02ABLE FOR THE AUTOMATIC SLIDING DOOR SNAPPED ON THIS MINIVAN, AND ANOTHER I OWNED. THIS RENDERS THE DOOR INOPERATIVE, AND IS A SAFETY ISSUE SHOULD PASSENGERS BECOME TRAPPED INSIDE. THE DOOR EITHER WON'T OPEN, OR CANNOT BE OPENED MANUALLY BECAUSE THE REMAINING CABLE HOLDS IT SHUT. THE DIAMETER OF THE CABLE APPEARS INCREDIBLY SMALL, AND MUCH TOO WEAK TO ADEQUATELY OPERATE THE DOOR. REPLACEMENT CABLES CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE THAT PURPORT TO HAVE TWICE THE TENSILE STRENGTH. HONDA CONTINUES TO USE DEFECTIVE CABLES AND SHOULD BE MADE TO CORRECT THIS, INSTEAD OF CHARGING CONSUMERS $1500 TO FIX THE DOORS.

Components: FUEL/PROPULSION SYSTEM

January 24, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11389766
Consumer Location: RICHARDSON, TX
VIN: 5FNRL5H94GB****

Summary of Complaint

MY DAUGHTER WENT TO FILL UP THE GASOLINE IN VAN, IT WAS ALL LEAKED OUT. SHE CALLED PLANO FIRE DEPARTMENT, HE PUT ABSORBANT ON THE GROUND AND TURN THE CAR ON, SHE CAME HOME WITH LITTLE OR NO GAS IN TANK.I CALLED NEXT DAY TO HONDA DEALER AND WAITING FOR THEIR RESPONSE,WAITING FOR THEIR CALL.

Components: SEATS

January 18, 2021
NHTSA ID Number: 11389778
Consumer Location: LANSING, MI
VIN: 5FNRL5H63GB****

Summary of Complaint

UPON HEAVY BRAKING THE LEFT (DRIVER SIDE) SECOND ROW SEAT RECLINER COLLAPSED AND FOLDED OVER. SEAT NOW DOES NOT LOCK IN UPRIGHT POSITION.

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