Honda Odyssey Sliding door does not close

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Asked by Oct 28, 2016 at 12:59 PM about the 2015 Honda Odyssey EX-L FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

While reversing slowly out of the garage, the driver side rear sliding door was
open and the door hit the garage wall. Now the door does not close fully
automatically as it goes all the way and then there is a beeping noise like
something is blocking it, and then it opens up again. I can manually pull it and
close it fully. Is there something that can be reset?

2 Answers

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An update. I took the car into my dealer. They checked and said that the track on which the roller for the sliding door moves had a small bent. This was causing the sensor to think it had it an obstruction, and that's why it kept on closing and opening. They had to replace the whole roller assembly and this cost ~$400.

2 people found this helpful.

@SP0ck - did the fix at the dealer help? I did the same thing and am having the same issue. My dealer wanted $400 to fix the middle roller, but I replaced that myself and the door is still acting the same way. Did your dealer end up replacing anything else? Thanks!

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