I was wrong. When I went to the dealer recently they said my tranny was slipping but it ain't that it's my Bank 1 cat.That day comes. Be sad when it dies for us to.
Random misfire code is back....I have had a pilot since 2017, it's a 2007 which had 172,000 when I purchased it. I downsized from a Ford Excursion. In October of 2018 @ 209,000 (exactly)the engine died metal shavings in oil , the whole deal. I picked up a used engine which had 210,000 miles on it. Plopped that in, replaced timing belt kit while I was at it.
Last Sunday 06/02/2019 it stopped. Threw a cam sensor code. Had it towed home, stripped the timing stuff off discovered a broken belt caused by a failed tensioner, car had 222,000 mile on it tensioner only had 12,000 mile on it.
So your thinking it was toast, well, I put a new belt and tensioner in and she fired up no codes. Until today, I had a misfire cylinder 4 and 5. No plugs, good to go again. Now you may not believe it but today is also the day the small coolant lines that feed the intake manifold decided to leak. Replaced those too. All good now. Just need to track down the terrible noise that eminates from the serpentine area especially when ac is running.
Misfire was from leaking headgasket. Hopefully putting back together this week , once I get the heads back from machine shop.Random misfire code is back....
Just curious--Is this the first time the timing belt, serpentine belt and power steering belt were changed? Thanks!2003 EX. Only 188,000 miles. Just did Timing belt, water pump, passenger side motor mount, serpentine belt and power steering belt. Everything working - Hurray! Hopefully will be posting at 288,000.