What is a transmission range switch?
The transmission range switch (also known as the neutral safety switch) is an important electronic sensor which tells your car’s powertrain module what gear your car is in. The transmission range switch prevents your car from starting unless your car is set to Park or Neutral.
What is the transmission range sensor?
Transmission range sensors record the transmission speed. This information is required by the control unit to regulate the shifting pressure when shifting gears and to decide which gear needs to be engaged at which point. There are two types of transmission range sensor design: Hall generators and inductive sensors.
What is the most common problems with a 2007 Honda Odyssey?
The 2007 Honda Odyssey earned an “average” reliability rating of 3.5 out of five from J.D. Power. Top problems include faulty paint, power steering loss, and brake performance and recalls cover leaking fuel pumps and defective brake master cylinders. 803 NHTSA complaints were issued for the 2007.