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Hi, I am trying to lift my Honda Odyssey from the whole front. Like lift both the front wheel at the same time. Have a 3 ton floor jack and 2 3 ton jack stands. Can you send any picture where is the jack points? Thanks

Hi Patel. Thanks for the question today. Unfortunately, we can’t attach images to this platform. However, you can watch this video which is a 2004 Honda Odyssey (with similar jack points in 2010) to learn the safe places to lift the vehicle.

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