Other identifiers for this part: TYC #: 610850, DEPO #: 317-55030-202.
Fits years: 05 2005, 06 2006, 07 2007, 08 2008, 09 2009, 10 2010
This part fits the following Honda Odyssey trims: Dx, Ex, Ex-l, Lx, Nhl Se, Touring Cooling Fan Assembly
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- As good as or better than the original OEM part
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This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2005 - 2010||Honda||Odyssey||All||All|
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In 1994 Honda introduced the Odyssey in two styles. The international Odyssey, primarily marketed in Japan, is smaller than its North American cousin. The minivan was designed as a result of the fuel crisis during that period, which explains the smaller Japanese model. The model is known as the “Shuttle” in Europe. The Odyssey has been built in North America since 1999.Currently, the Honda Odyssey is on its fourth generation.
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