There is a 2000 Honda Odyssey for sale by a private seller about 100 miles south of me. The Ody has 60k on it and is in excellant condition, except it had thetransmission failure issue at about 30k, and was replaced free and has the extended 100k warranty given for 2000 Oyd trannies. Anyways, is it a high risk to purchase a 2000 Ody that has its transmission replaced? I am now thinking to pass on this van, despite it looks in great shape. That transmission replacement gives me cause for concern depsite the extended warranty. I did call a local Honda dealer about the tranny replacement and he said not to worry as it was common for that year. Any information appreciated on what to do. The price is right in the ball park, lower than a dealer price, since it is from a private seller, but again the transmission is the issue. I got an aging 1992 Dodge Caravan with no tranny troubles at 151,000, must have got lucky.