The left side power sliding door doesn't close properly and the bell continues to sound after working with the door and finally getting it to stay closed. I have had test run and they say it is adjustments that are off. Is this something that has a way of knowing what it is that exactly needs adjusting?
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The 30A fuse J11 in the totally integrated power module (TIPM) protects the driver side power sliding door module. The 40A fuse J3 in the totally integrated power module (TIPM) protects the left rear door module. If these two fuses are good, the modules may be defective.
A quick guess is that one of the power sliding doors is not closing properly or the switch for that door is broken. A broken door switch would leave the door motor or interior lights on continuously and drain the battery. Draining the battery more than a few times would ruin it. Also check the front door switches for broken or missing actuators - the door ajar icon looks similar to the sliding door open icon.
I tried to download an owner's manual so I could be sure I was interpreting your dashboard icon correctly, but the oldest one available is for 1999, so my information may not be accurate.
I recently bought a 2006 Uplander LT with low miles that is very loaded and has the dual power sliding doors. I had the same problem with my drivers side door and I finally found the solution. With the door open I got down on my knees and looked into the track and followed it to where is stoped, which is just under the drivers seat left rail, and I found an expandable foam material that GM sprayed in the corner of the track and I could see where it had a mark in it where the door roller was hitting and causing the door to think that something was in the way. I had an interesting time digging this material out, and I literally had to get ALL of it out before the door would close properly, but once I removed it, I have had NO MORE PROBLEMS. I got this van cheap because it was a "Manufactures Buy Back" and I am sure that the deealer could not find the problem. Someones loss was my gain. I hope this works for you. GOOD LUCK!
This may or may not work depending on exactly what is wrong with the door, I cant tell what is wrong without looking at it directly however: You can try starting with all doors closed and unlocked, keys in hand disconnecting the battery and letting the vehicle sit for 2 min or so, then reconnect the battery. Put the key into the ignition and turn it to the on position but do not start the van. Next press the button to disable the power sliding door for the drivers side, then manually open the door fully, wait 5 seconds, then close it manually fully. Press button the button again to re-enable the power sliding door, then try to use it with the automatic feature either by pulling the handle or using your remote, this may or may not work depending on if the door has somehow become de-initialized (it should work now) however if something is broken inside the door closing mechanism or door closed/open sensors, the door will continue to malfunction.
Please check the aft track roller assembly. It is easiest to inspect from the rear of the van looking forward when the door is open. You'll see the rear hinge assembly clearly. The track rollers cannot be seen but you can pull outboard on the rear edge of the door--the door should not move outboard more than 1/8 of an inch. If it moves out more than this or feels sloppy, suspect damaged/missing track rollers. This will cause the hinge to chatter in the track and "jolt". It will also cause the door to misalign during the close phase preventing the close motor from properly engaging. Replacing this part is no easy task but doable if you are good with cars. Check back here for more details if you want to try it, otherwise get a competent mechanic or the Honda dealership to do it.
U will need to buy a can of spray white grease and clean and then lubricate all the tracks the door channels on as well as all the latches for the door, this will cure the issue in most cases, did allot of these while working at a Ford dealer.