Battery being drained on my 2000 Honda Odyssey

Asked by Mar 13, 2014 at 12:59 PM about the Honda Odyssey

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am randomly having the battery go dead on my 2000 Honda Odyssey.  It has happened for years now.  I think it has something to do with the passenger sliding door.  There have been times I can slam the door shut and then the vehicle will crank after not turning over at all.  Something is draining the battery.

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TSB on 2001 and others for the ground bolt corrosion issue on the electronics for the door

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I had a bad actuator in sliding door. Like it was always locking. even if unlocked it would relock. Ignored it but after a while dead battery. Pulled fuse for locking door powere and problem went away. So far I have replaced driver door actuator and now going to replace driver side sliding door actuator so see if goes away. and works correctly.

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