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2005 Odyssey - Power door, rear air vents, back wipers not workin

I have a 2005 Odyssey that appears to have some type of electrical problem. The driver side rear power door, rear air vents, back windsheild wiper, and audible on the alarm all stop working at the same time. When one works they all work, when one stops they all stop. They are broke more often then not.
Any ideas what this could be?
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  • jburaty Nov 25, 2008

    I did not check the fuses, but the problem is intermittent. Most of the time it is not working and then all of a sudden, sometimes while driving the back air vents will kick on, then off.

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Did you check the fuses?? Must be something related to it.

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  • Odysseydrivr Nov 25, 2008

    Hum!! I would definitively have the dealer check out the problem, it requires professional tool to spot the bug. But meanwhile you can check the fuses to be sure. Sorry couldn' help you more.

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