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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 52610-SHJ-L01
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51605-TK8-A03
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    2005-2007 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Assembly, Rear

    Part Number: 52610-SHJ-A03

    Other Name: Shock Absorber; ShockPosition: Rear

    Your Price: $148.77

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    • 2005-2007 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door EXL-T, 5 Door LX | KA 5AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51611-THR-A02
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    2018-2022 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Unit, Right Front

    Part Number: 51611-THR-A02

    Other Name: StrutPosition: Right Front

    Your Price: $213.99

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    • 2018-2022 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX (10AT), 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door EX-L (10AT), 5 Door LX, 5 Door LX (10AT), 5 Door Touring (10AT) | KA 9AT, KA XAT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 52610-SHJ-L71
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51605-S0X-A05
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    2002-2004 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Unit, Right Front

    Part Number: 51605-S0X-A05

    Other Name: StrutPosition: Right FrontReplaces: 51605-S0X-A04

    Your Price: $156.65

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    • 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door LX, 5 Door VAN | KA 5AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51601-SHJ-L41
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 52610-S0X-A04
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    2002-2004 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Assembly, Rear

    Part Number: 52610-S0X-A04

    Other Name: Shock Absorber; ShockPosition: RearReplaces: 52610-S0X-A03

    Your Price: $145.91

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    • 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door LX, 5 Door VAN | KA 5AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51605-SHJ-A04
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    2005-2006 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Unit, Right Front

    Part Number: 51605-SHJ-A04

    Other Name: StrutPosition: Right FrontReplaces: 51605-SHJ-A03

    Your Price: $191.75

    Retail Price: $270.83

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    Fits the following Honda Odyssey Years:

    • 2005-2006 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door EXL-T, 5 Door LX | KA 5AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51606-SHJ-L31
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 52610-SHJ-A31
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    2007 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Assembly, Rear

    Part Number: 52610-SHJ-A31

    Other Name: Shock Absorber; ShockPosition: Rear

    Your Price: $148.77

    Retail Price: $210.14

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    • 2007 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door LX | KA 5AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51605-SHJ-A31
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51605-SHJ-L01
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51602-SHJ-L41
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51606-S0X-A05
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    2002-2004 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber Unit, Left Front

    Part Number: 51606-S0X-A05

    Other Name: StrutPosition: Left FrontReplaces: 51606-S0X-A04

    Your Price: $156.65

    Retail Price: $221.26

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    Fits the following Honda Odyssey Years:

    • 2002-2004 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door LX, 5 Door VAN | KA 5AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51606-SHJ-A31
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 52610-TK8-A11
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    2011-2017 Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber, Rear

    Part Number: 52610-TK8-A11

    Other Name: Shock Absorber; ShockPosition: RearReplaces: 52610-TK8-A01

    Your Price: $109.08

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    • 2011-2017 Honda Odyssey | 5 Door EX, 5 Door EX-L, 5 Door LX, 5 Door SE, 5 Door Touring | KA 5AT, KA 6AT
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51605-TK8-A04
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  • Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber - 51601-SHJ-L81
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2011 Honda Odyssey - Chassis

Summary

The Odyssey's fully independent suspension design uses a combination of MacPherson front struts and a precise multi-link rear suspension for an engaging and comfortable driving experience. As before, Honda engineers tuned the Odyssey's suspension for secure, nimble and enjoyable handling, and for 2011 it is better equipped to insulate passengers from road noise. The 2011 Odyssey has stiffer rear-suspension mounting points that reduce ride harshness over rough roads, and a "blow-off" valve design in all shock absorbers. The blow-off valve helps reduce harshness when the vehicle encounters severe jolts such as pot holes, along with minimizing the noise from small bumps such as expansion joints on concrete roadways. The braking system uses disc brakes at each corner with larger diameter rotors compared to the previous generation. Safety systems standard to all models include Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA®), an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist. A new variable-displacement power steering pump contributes to efficiency.

Chassis Highlights

  • Wheelbase unchanged from previous generation (118.1 inches)
  • 1.4-inch wider front and rear track (68.1 inches front, 68.2 inches rear)
  • 4-wheel independent suspension with a full-floating subframe isolates road vibrations
  • Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) with Traction Control enhances control during hard cornering and poor road conditions
  • 17-inch wheels and 235/65 R17 tires, 18-inch wheels and 235/60 R18 tires (Touring)
  • 12.6-inch ventilated front disc brakes and 13.1-inch rear disc brakes

MacPherson Strut Front Suspension

The Odyssey's independent front suspension is a MacPherson-strut type, with a large, forged-steel lower control arm that helps to feed suspension loads into the frame over a wide area. The control arm provides separate load paths to the unit body from the coil spring and the shock absorber. This, in turn, helps to minimize the transmission of road noise and vibration to the unit body, and it also adds greater strength to the system. The springs are a low-rate, long-travel type that are designed to soak up bumps and road disturbances. The result is quick linear steering response and straight-line braking stability. A solid 24 mm (0.9-inch) anti-roll bar is linked directly to the strut via ball-joint connections to reduce body roll during cornering.

Multi-Link Rear Suspension

The rear subframe, which supports most of the rear suspension, is made of high-strength steel for high stiffness and minimal weight. The shape of the rear subframe is equally important - it must accommodate the multi-link rear suspension, and still all ow for the versatility of the third-row seat and flat cargo floor. For excellent ride and handling characteristics, the subframe attaches to the unit body at four widely spaced, rubber-isolated, mounting points. Rear-suspension components, especially the springs and shock absorbers, are as compact as possible to facilitate a wide and flat load floor.

Dual-Stage Shock Absorbers

The Odyssey has dual-stage hydraulic, gas-filled shock absorbers at all four corners that allow for a comfortable ride and good handling performance. New for 2011, integrated bypass valves better filter out road imperfections and support shock tuning for flatter, sharper-feeling handling. The purpose of the bypass valve is to reduce the impact harshness during medium- and high-velocity rebound shock movements, like when driving over a pot hole. The addition of a bypass valve, in turn, allows the shock absorbers to be tuned with much firmer low-speed damping properties that minimize body roll when cornering. The shock absorbers are firmer when performance counts, and softer when comfort is desired.

Rack-and-Pinion Steering System with Variable-Displacement Steering Pump

The Odyssey uses a rack-and-pinion steering system with a variable displacement steering pump. The variable displacement design reduces the constant load on the engine. When the Odyssey is moving at slower speeds, such as when parking, the power steering automatically increases the power assist so less effort is needed to turn the wheel. At highway speeds, it automatically reduces the power assist so that the driver has more feedback, all while exerting less drag on the engine for improved fuel economy. The steering pump uses heat-resistant rubber mount bushings, high-pressure die cast aluminum gear housings, and a damper valve to reduce steering wheel vibration. The rack guide uses a low-friction material for good on-center feel. The 2011 Odyssey has a tight turning diameter of 36.7 feet.

4-Wheel Disc Brakes with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)

The 2011 Odyssey's 4-wheel disc brake system incorporates larger-capacity braking components than the 2010 model for improved brake-pedal feel. The ventilated front brake rotors measure 12.6 inches in diameter, up from 11.7 inches, with a rotor thickness of approximately 1.1 inches. The solid rear discs measure 13.1 inches in diameter, up from 12.4 inches, with a rotor thickness of approximately 0.43 inches. Dual-piston cast iron brake calipers are used in the front and single-piston cast iron calipers are used in the rear. A single-stage vacuum booster consists of one 10.5-inch diameter booster chamber. The parking brake is applied and released by stepping on the pedal located on the left side of the driver's foot well.

The four-channel anti-lock braking system is tuned to feel particularly stable, firm and linear. For optimum performance with widely varying loads, the Odyssey has Electronic Brake Distribution system (EBD) technology. EBD automatically optimizes braking force between the front and rear wheels depending on passenger and cargo load, reducing the distance it takes the Odyssey to stop as compared to a vehicle without EBD.

Wheels and Tires

The tire and wheel sizes for all 2011 Odyssey models have grown by one inch compared to their 2010 model counterparts. The Odyssey LX is equipped with 17x7-inch steel wheels (includes wheel covers) and 235/65R17 103T M+S tires. Odyssey EX and EX-L models feature cast alloy 17x7-inch painted wheels with a pewter-gray machined look and 235/65R17 103T M+S tires. The Odyssey Touring is equipped with 18x7-inch blade silver-painted cast alloy wheels and 235/60R18 102T tires. The compact spare is carried under the load floor between the front seats. This arrangement guarantees the security of the spare. Room is provided to stow a flat tire in the third-row magic seat well.

Fuel System

The 21-gallon fuel tank is molded of high-density polyethylene for low weight, corrosion elimination and impact resistance. It is positioned immediately ahead of the rear wheels to help guard against collision damage. Corners of the tank are rounded and the inside of the tank is baffled to diminish the likelihood of sloshing-fuel noise. A high-efficiency fuel pump is housed inside the fuel tank. The fuel-filter is a lifetime design that never needs replacement. The Odyssey complies with all evaporative emissions, on-board diagnostics, and refueling vapor recovery requirements. The fuel vapor canister and filter are protected against rock and debris damage by a deflection shield. The Odyssey's minimum fuel grade requirement is regular unleaded.

Towing

When equipped with a Honda dealer-installed accessory towing package, the new 2011 Odyssey can tow up to 3,500 pounds. The available towing package includes a Class II hitch, towing kit, ATF cooler and wiring harness. Improving simplicity and installation, the towing package no longer needs a power steering cooler as with the previous generation.

Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)

(See safety section)

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

(See safety section)

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Research on Shocks for Honda Odyssey

When its time for a Honda Odyssey shocks and struts replacement, you'll know it - particularly if your vehicle has more than 50,000 miles on it and you haven't had it done in awhile. In fact, it's a regular part of maintenance. Depending on your driving habits and the quality of the part, you can count on switching out your Honda Odyssey shocks and struts every 50 to 100 thousand miles. Fortunately, changing a set of Honda Odyssey shock absorbers is one of the cheaper fixes you'll have to undertake over the course of owning your vehicle.

A Bit of Background On Shocks

The original shock absorbers were the old-fashioned "leaf springs" that were used under horse-drawn vehicles of the late 19th and early 20th Century. Modern hydraulic shock absorbers started coming on to the market during the 1920s - and were definitely considered the "bee's knees." Today, those old style leaf springs still exist (generally on very heavy freight vehicles and some large pickups), but there is a whole plethora of shocks to be had. Basic Honda Odyssey air shocks run about $90 for a set of two. On the high end, there are Koni Sport Dampers, coilover shocks which will set you back over $700 for an entire set - but they're practically indestructible.

When You Need New Shocks

A rough ride is the most obvious symptom of worn shocks, but there are other signs as well. One of these is the presence of oil stains on the floor beneath the wheels. In fact, it's a good idea to get under there and have a look for yourself. If the shocks are coated in oil, it's time for a change. There is also an amazingly simple little test you can do anytime the car is parked. Simply push down - hard - on the hood or front bumper. A car with healthy shocks will bounce once. A car with worn shocks will continue to bounce up and down. There are also situations in which worn shocks will affect the steering. In any event, these are symptoms that you must not ignore, because without a good set of shocks, those bumps and potholes will not only make your ride uncomfortable, they will damage your vehicle over time - and eventually, it won't be safe to drive at all.

Costs and Other Stuff

Depending on whether of not you do the job yourself and what parts you choose, replacing a set of Honda Odyssey shock absorbers can cost anywhere from $160 to $350. If you have it done professionally, about a third of that cost will be for labor and shop time. One good way to save serious money on shocks is to purchase them online. PartsGeek.com is one source that offers generous discounts on a range of auto parts and accessories - in some cases, of up to 80%. Some items qualify for free shipping, so its a source for Honda Odyssey shocks and struts that is well worth checking out.

Shocks available for the following Honda Odyssey years: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 09, 08, 07, 06, 05, 04, 03, 02, 01, 00, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95. This part is also sometimes called Honda Odyssey Shock Absorber. We stock shocks parts for most Honda models including Civic, Pilot, Fit, Accord, CRV, Passport, Element, Insight, HR-V, CRZ, Ridgeline, S2000, CRX, Prelude, Civic del Sol, Accord Crosstour and Crosstour.

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