Jessica May 15, 2015 at 5:52 pm turned off the sliding door switch. In the past, we tried just opening and closing them again which seemed to get it to work the second or third try. See your Honda dealer for assistance. I contacted Honda on Monday - if I want to pay for it, they will replace the seal again. The passenger side sliding door was having issues of not fully latching had to push it to latch it in place for 3-4 months before being stuck. And apart from an elective upgrade to performance brake rotors, body repairs after falling victim to a library parking lot hit-and-run, and routine maintenance, we've had no problems that weren't covered under warranty.
Optional: Remove fuse 13 from the passenger side fuse panel and wait 30 seconds before popping it back in. It allows parents to locked the passenger doors even if the kid unlocks the door manually it wil not allow the door to open period. This worked for me as well as it apparently has for others, and I hope it works as well for you. Remove the power door fuses located under the front passenger leg area. If we use our key clicker or even the handle to open it will A- makes a pop noise then a turning sound but not open then we here the error sound 3beeps Or B- open just fine till we go to close it and it stops and reopens.
This may cause the locks to be disabled and the door to not open with the power button. Not long ago, we had to , and a couple of weeks later we discovered a broken engine mount. There is apparently a breaker of some sort not the electrical fuse that causes the door to stop functioning if it has a problem opening or something causes it to stick when you try to open it. The power lock is not engaging. Anyone else with this problem? I found this reset sequence on a different blog. CarterTheKingii answered 2 years ago It could be as simple as just resetting.
The representative from Honda said that Honda would not do that. If when it closes it sounds like marbles on a blender they are shot. Posts elsewhere indicated that this worked on both 2000 and 2001 Honda Odyssey vans. This door has been a problem from the first, I feel Honda has never corrected the problem, just made it bearable for a while. It may have partially closed the latching mechanism.
It is not possible to open the doors from the outside for rescue. When I unhook the door the the roller assembly seems floppy so I am doubting it is seized up. Here are the six easy steps : 1. How much money has he saved me, and any others who have the same problem! Removing the fuse 13 did the trick. I simply cut the wires coming from that switch and the lock operates normally. This was effective for a short time. I push the putting on dash to open doors,I hear a pop,then the beeps.
After reading the braille use dive. I understand there is some type of sensor to detect an obstruction when the door is closing but there is no sensor to detect an obstruction when the door is opening. Suggestion 2 Remove fuse 13 clock for 30 seconds or more from the passenger side fusebox. I put the master door switch in the on position. If I body check the car, the door will close, but pop open again when I close the driver door. I have a Toyota Sienna also. I am hoping the same best work from you in the future as well.
Is it a power slider? I would say it's petroleum based. You need to loosen the door drive cable inside the car only enough so you can remove the cables from the roller on the outside off the car. And if I open it manually and push button,nothing,not even sound. The doors will still function manually but require a strong adult. The tool is listed as a Snap-On A-177A or some variant of the tool. My wife is driving the car home tonight.
Open the fuse box on 2005-2013 models this is near the floor to the left of where the pedals are, near the gas cap and hood release. To get to the Sealed Chamber, make sure you have a Pokemon that knows Dig, Surf and Dive; then head to Pacifidlog Town and Surf West and keep to the bottom of the ocean current. Slide doors on at least the 2003 also have a mechanism that prevents the door from accidentally being opened at an incorrect time safety measure. But the removal of a fuse resets the doors. After spending a couple of hundred dollars with the dealer to try to fix this, the dealer gave me a new 'fix'. Simple, but could just be it.
While parked, the rear driver and passenger side doors failed to open. I saw the door open signal for the passenger sliding door was on. Costs an arm and a leg to fix. It causes the door to attempt to engage again. If you pulled a fuse, which one? Lee — I also had a situation when I could no longer manually shut the slider just last week in fact…I already got the part from ebay. If that would have been a child it would kill them.