While driving 50 mph the contact lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a ditch. Dec 18, 2008 I read about this issue while I was looking for a fix to mine. The contact called the police, and was not given a police report. You should see that one. It has one wire harness you need to disconnect and a few cables to disconnect. The main problem is the cable or motor that pulls the door in the last inch.
I tried this on a 2007 Odyssey, and now the driver's side sliding door won't open or close automatically at all. Assuming that all went well, your doors should now be working as intended. So I Googled some and read that it's by design in case someone has an arm or head out the window so the door won't go past a certain point. So, door appears closed, warning light out, warning buzzer not sounding. That should give you access to the door handle nuts. Turn on power to side doors.
But after a couple of seconds the door seemed to pop open a bit and it obviously was not latched. The door bearly pops out and nothing. The door open indicator on the mid did not go on before this happened. I understand this is off topic however I simply wanted to ask. The door is closing while the shift lever is out of park. The failure mileage was 55,000 and the current mileage was 97,000.
Things were okay for a few weeks. Sometimes the child has to hold the door so it wont come open. Fuse was good, so left out for 30 seconds. The power lock is not engaging. In that situation, the passenger exiting the vehicle is technically responsible for their own actions kids excluded and should be aware of the possible dangers. When I began this trip the door open buzzer went on when the transmission was in drive but not when in park.
Hope this can help you solve your problem. Upon investigation the owner found out that others have the same problem. Turn on the Main switch. Does running a blog like this take a massive amount work? Whenever the vehicle was in motion, the door would automatically open without the driver opening the door. I've tried the interior and exterior door handles obviously.
My wife is driving the car home tonight. Upon investigation the owner found out that others have the same problem. When automatic door was closing child put her left hand between the door and the frame as it closed. Vehicle is equiped with an automatic rear sliding door closure mechanism. Do not force it past this point. .
The failure in the door became worse over a two year period. I was removing the fuse which also reset the Navigation on my 06 Odyssey. You will want to do this on level ground or at least not with the nose of the vehicle pointing downhill or the door will slide back closed. One month ago the open door buzzer was going on when the transmission was in drive even though the doors were closed. Initially I thought that you had accidentally written fuse 13 instead of 12 fuse box states that 12 is for the power sliding doors.
This is the fix for your Honda Odyssey if it will close, but fails to latch completely. And then I can stick my fingers in the crack and pry it out and open. Honda stated that there were not enough complaints to cause a recall. I would like to thank you for the efforts you have made in writing this article. It causes the door to attempt to engage again. Manually open and shut it a few times to get the tracks lubed, then try it out. Remove the power door fuses located under the front passenger leg area.
Doors have come open while driving with children in back, even when they were supposed to be locked. I used a fork to push down on it from the top. The contact stated that the vehicle was parked and she opened the rear sliding door on the driver's side. I have a 2000 Honda Odyssey. The door open indicator never showed either on the dashboard or on the mid until the door flew open.