How can I fix my driver sliding door

Asked by Nov 26, 2011 at 10:42 PM about the Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2000 Honda Odyssey and my driver sliding door closed, will not manually open, or even try to open by switch, key fob, or anything. The dash however says that the door is open. I need help figuring out the problem

3 Answers

the latch has gone bad,is a dealer only fix.

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Turn off the switch of sliding door in left side of the steering wheel. Then, take out the fuse of sliding door on the passenger side and start the engine. Turn on the switch of the sliding door in 10 seconds and stop the engine. Turn off again the switch and place back the fuse inside the fuse box and start the engine( it reset back ). Finally, place the sliding door switch on and try open the door. It works and I did it to my Odyssey.

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It's Fuse #13, one of the two 7.5A red ones located in the top center of the fuse box.

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