2013 odyssey sliding door

Asked by Dec 04, 2016 at 10:52 AM about the 2013 Honda Odyssey EX FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2013 odyssey and my sliding door won't
close or open manually or electronically I have
tried taking the battery off and removing a fuse
#13 with other no luck

2 Answers

2,465

Is there a manual button for lock un lock. Call honda ser mgr tell you have a quick question.you will get a good answer

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Take out the "40 Amp BACKUP fuse" under the hood in the middle and that will reset the sliding doors. If the doors don't move (metal on metal), most likely the rollers are broken and the door is bound up, then you will have to grab the upper hinge, pull out back of door and pull the doors open or shut. They will move without power. You can buy the roller assembly from a local parts store $50. I thought my doors were stuck but not so just in a bind because of the roller failure. Find a video on how to replace rollers 2-3 hr job, hardest part is taking wire off roller assembly, replace both while you are at it, you can avoid taking your interior trim apart, use needle nose pliers on short cut version. Once done you will have smooth quiet doors, be sure to grease rollers and wire wheel brush off rust and grease the hinge bolt. My cost was under $100 and use of friend's shop (wire wheel grinder and tools). Good Luck!

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