Question about 2002 Honda Odyssey
2007 honda odyssey lights not working when switch is in "on" or "door" position. Rear lights not coming on at all front lights only work if pushed on and off.
SOURCE: Honda Odyssey doors
I read about this issue while I was looking for a fix to mine. Try the following:
Remove fuse #13 for 30 seconds or more from the passenger side fusebox. This will reset the door and the clock.
1.) Disable the power door switch on the left dashboard.
2.) Remove the power door fuses located under the front passenger leg area.
3.) Manually open and close both sliding doors.
4.) Restore the power door fuses located under the front passenger leg area.
5.) Enable the power door switch on the left dashboard.
6.) Try opening the sliding doors.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
I'm not sure where you are based, but with most new vehicles there is a 3 year or 60,000 mile warranty, so it should be covered under that if there is a fault. I recommend taking it to the dealer if the warranty is still current, otherwise if it is not you could check through the fuses to make sure it's not just a blown fuse, maybe check the wiring to the fan motor under the dash to make sure it's still plugged in and not damaged, and (with the key on and the heater fan switched on) check for power to the fan motor with a testlight. If there is power there then the fan motor is faulty, if not then there is fault with the control system, but that is probably about as far as you could go at home. Obviously if the fan is faulty you could replace it yourself if it's easily accessible. Any further faults would need a Honda dealer or good auto electrician to diagnose.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: 2002 Honda Odyssey
The tracks may be clean but the rollers can get damaged. I found one door with a roller entirely missing. There are several rollers on each of three brackets; top, middle, and lower. For example, the middle bracket has two rollers which rotate axially in the horizontal direction to track the side of the rail---and a vertical roller to carry the weight of the door on the bottom of the track. If any of these rollers becomes chipped, cracked or simply are missing, you will get grinding noises and bucking problems. Use a strong flashlight and check ALL of the rollers for damage.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
No, just a 14mm wrench or socket to remove the lower caliper bolt, swing the caliper up and slide the pads out. Compress the caliper piston with large slip joint pliers. Lubricate the pad ends where they touch the slides and install new pads.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
after spending an hour or so, with your hands, arms, fingers and lower back aching....you will kick yourself if the solution is just THIS easy. Trust me, we speak from experience!!
Many times, the rear seat in the van is folded and down in the well compartment,and for the life of you, it wont come up. The problem, you may think is because, like us, you were a dope and let the strap fall to the bottom and you can't leverage it up. or maybe you spent an hour online praying and searching for a solution; only to find NOTHING! ha. well, we thought about setting up a fee for this, but, na, we thought it would be nicer to just list the easy solution for FREE!
ok, here it is....many times what you think is folded and down....is NOT REALLY fully down. if it didnt CLICK down, it aint down. which means its "ALMOST" down. so dont beat yourself pulling UP on it if its not YET DOWN!
solution: climb in and onto the 'down' third seat, and jump on the mother F*&^^R, and you will hear a soft 'click'.
NOW its "DOWN".
all you have to do is simply, effortlessly (strap or NO strap) lift that damn third seat up.
Yes, its that easy.
AND....it may just save your MARRIAGE!
shucks maam, thanks is all i need! :)
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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