Both sliding doors to 2006 Honda Oddysey quite working at the same time?

Asked by Aug 06, 2015 at 07:19 PM about the 2006 Honda Odyssey LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Both sliding doors on my 2006 Honda Oddysey stopped working after traveling on a dirt road.  They both attempt to open, but then they stop and being beeping.  It is at a Honda dealer right now and they are telling me that both door motors and rollers need to be replaced at a cost of $1700 plus tax.  It does not seem possible to me that two independent motors can go out simultaneously.  Does anyone have a second opinion of what the problem may be?

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This is indeed hard to believe. You need to try this method: 1) Turn off the switch of sliding door of the steering wheel, 2) Take out the fuse of sliding door on the passenger side and start the engine; 3) Turn on on the switch and within 10 seconds stop the engine; 4) Turn off the switch again and place back the fuse and start the engine 5) Start the engine and put the switch on and try to open doors. This method will reset your computer. If it works, the issue is not the motor or roller but a bad wire forcing the computer to lock the doors.

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