Passenger side sliding door stop working and hard to open manually

Asked by Sep 28, 2013 at 08:56 PM about the 2005 Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Passenger side sliding door stop working and hard to open manually

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have you checked the fuses for the door and is there a switch to disengage the motor from the door?

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...clearly there is some debris slowing things down...what you must do is inspect it with a small screwdriver and shopvac...release any parts of chocolate bars....wedding rings...over ripe pears that need to be removed....with the shop vac~

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lubricate with Tri-flow spray lubricant w/teflon...don't overdo it~

as our pal Bradley suggests, make sure the motor ain't burnt~ the fuse would be kaput...and the motor would test with a load there, but would not turn and smell burned~

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Turned switch off and checked fuse, it was good.

can you see if the motor still runs with a "power probe"?

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