The 60,000-mile powertrain warranty doesn't cover the fuel injectors. Unless you live in one of the 13 states with the 7/70 California Emissions Warranty, your fuel injector warranty ends at 3/36.They replaced my fuel injectors today under warranty but I am worried that it will happen again and 60,000 and it’s out of warranty it’s BS that that are going out this early
Your 2008 Odyssey had port injection, not direct injection so it did not have a high pressure fuel pump driven by the engine in addition to the fuel pump in the tank. The injectors have been failing due to metal shavings left behind after the high pressure fuel pumps are manufactured. This debris makes its way into the injectors causing them to either clog up or leak due to premature wearMy main complaint is that my 2008 Honda Odyssey has 180,000 and I didn’t have any problems with the injectors and now with these new injectors only getting 30 or 40,000 miles is totally BS. I mean people buy Honda and Toyota for relatability not for this to be happing so soon
Welcome to the Ridgeline Owners Club and congratulations on your first post almost three years after joining.So at 38,000 miles, I get an alert that I have an engine emissions problem and the engine light comes on. My dealer tells me an entire fuel injector rail has collapsed and needs replaced. Per the service manager, this has been an issue with this particular engine in the Ridgeline and the Pilot, and they're expecting a recall at any time. They extended the warranty to cover it. This is my first Honda. I certainly wasn't expecting such a problem at this kind of mileage.
The injectors have an updated part number that is on the later Ridgelines. I don't think it's an issue with later Ridgelines.So did the fix of replacing fuel injectors and rails hold up for a long run? Because that is what I'm going with since this is my second trip to the dealer in less than a year for the warning light, only now the truck runs horribly and it came out of no where.... So is this the permanent solution?
That sure seems to be the dreaded injector problem, because the fuel mixture is too rich. Sorry to hear about that, @Shineaholic. Let us know how it all turns out for you.
I hope so. Going to try to get in tomorrow.New york is covered for 70k (I think) miles. I just had mine done under warranty. Light kept going off before I could get it in for an appointment. Local dealer took me in immediately last time. Repair took about two hours all told with the newer 315 injectors.