The motor runs, it just won't latch all the way. This will reset the door and the clock. So, it will open except when it is really cold? Any new input would be great. My wife is driving the car home tonight. This is a real pain in the ass and Honda wants to charge an arm and a leg just to test it.
Turned the inside switch back on and then used the inside door switch to open and close door. Anyway, if you have any suggestions or techniques for new blog owners please share. First thing is that for the 2001 it would be fuse 13, so that might be something to try. Case in point - the power sliding doors on either side of the vehicle. The only other thing i can imagine possible is that the door lock itself is actually seized up. Sometimes if the fuse trick doesn't work it means the internal door hardware is worn and needs to be replaced subject of future post.
With remote or switch in van to open it beeps and it seems to have problems opening. Should I try ur method to reset? So, door appears closed, warning light out, warning buzzer not sounding. If the door didn't close all the way the first time. Pull the fuse for the power sliding door. I am curious, could you not simply click for it to close on the switch by the driver door or on the key lock and leave it there? I tried this on a 2007 Odyssey, and now the driver's side sliding door won't open or close automatically at all.
Jan 19, 2011 Happened to me today on my 2007 non-powered slider. Wait 30 seconds then re-insert fuse. You'll see the rear hinge assembly clearly. Fuse box is located under the front passenger leg area. I will try to pull of the interior panel and exterior guard and see what else I can find. This morning my car is completely dead and won't start.
I used a fork to push down on it from the top. I have a 2004 Honda Odyssey lx manual sliding doors. Not sure what it is. But, it is completely closed. I find it useful on the snow blower. It's only a temporary fix. Tried switching to manual; still the door won't close.
Manually open and shut it a few times to get the tracks lubed, then try it out. The van is in my garage currently since I cannot take it to the dealership with the van door open. New rollers, did fuses including under the hood check. I had my wife drive the rest of the way home as I held the door closed white knuckled in the back. I can open and close the door manually, but it won't work with the rocker switch or the fob.
Do you think it is the latch?? It got to the point we stopped using it, but my son forgot this morning. Steven September 28, 2018 at 4:42 pm Hi Michael: Thanks for the excellent tip, I must have saved myself a few hundred dollars, not going to the dealership! This worked for me as well as it apparently has for others, and I hope it works as well for you. Luckily my daughter was wearing her seatbelt and she didn't fall out onto the highway at the time. That's the thinking behind Honda's latest recall. When I unhook the door the the roller assembly seems floppy so I am doubting it is seized up. But found another suggestion on the net to disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and reconnect after 5 mins.
Sailor2015 answered 3 years ago My 2006 sliding drivers side door would not shut completely yesterday after dropping my son off at school. All I can say is that I have seen it happen. Also possible that there is something in the track causing an obstruction but you should have found that when you replaced the rollers. Not long ago, we had to , and a couple of weeks later we discovered a broken engine mount. Remove the inside door panel and remove the rear latch.
If I body check the car, the door will close, but pop open again when I close the driver door. We just did the pull-the-door-out thing after trying everything else we could think of had to use the other car to get to church and leave the van open in the driveway! Was trying to find out if possibly the door motor is dying, but that wouldn't effect the locks, would it? But that's for another thread. Here is their data sheet. I have found such an oddity before on some of the Honda safety system. I have the same van and have had to replace the roller bearings twice on each side.