My rear passenger door won't close, but it pulls in to lock and then comes out a little. I recently replaced the rollers due to the little wheels falling out, and the door won't close

Asked by Mar 27, 2015 at 11:59 AM about the 2007 Honda Odyssey Touring FWD with DVD and Navigation

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

70

It's not adjusted correctly, those sliding doors r a pita, all u can do is readjust a little at a time until it sucks the door in. Make sure u don't manually slide it closed u can damage it's motor and that motor is 500 or jam its cable those r nightmares to repair.

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How do I know uf the motor is shot? Will it still try to pull shut?

70

No the motor won't make a sound. If it's shot. Those odyssey electric doors are not meant to manually open so just be mindful. Ur door is probably adjusted to much forward. U can open the door half way and have some one stop the door with the interior switch. if u released its hinges open the door half way and readjust them. Those wheels r known to break off we replace those things constantly on older odysseys

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