Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
Checked blend door motor ok heat right ok ran self test ok no codes
This car has 2 heating systems , one front and one rear. ill assume its front bad. (an option day1 )
one more option is (also not stated) is the fancy CLIMATE CONTROL , option. (got that?) im guessing yes.
this car has this (can) very complex CC system. with a thermostat
for both driver and passenger. see buttons, there?
ok ,so how does that work, (read the FSM it covers ops)
it must modulate the 3 ports (IIRC its 3) left , rear and right.
so the left valve is dead, there is a micro damper there.
if it the magic control senses (sensors) its too cold it opens this micro damper. about 3" size. and you get heat.
so it can only be 3 things, the FSM on my car is even worse.
the Control sensors lied.
the Control failed to see input or say it and failed to send open commands to the micro damper to left side.
or the micro damper is DOA>
output bad (controller is bad)
slave is bad.
just like all thing like this , same 3 rules.
the fsm should cover testing each sub part, lost the FSM>?
Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On the bottom near the open position of the door is a latching mechanism that is actuated by a solenoid. If the solenoid goes bad or the latch jams the door will freeze in that position. I can tell you where the problem is but because of teh way these interlocks work to prevent damage to the electric closing motor I am unable to explain how to by pass them. You should be able to remove the locking latch so you can close the door manually but that will not solve all of the problems. A Haynes repair manual on the vehicle should give you the steps needed to by pass and repair this problem, Chilton's should as well. These are the best sources I can provide for resolving this issue. The Dealer will most likely want a couple hundred to repair the issue if it isn't under warranty, the Haynes manual will only run about $20 and let you do this repair yourself.
Posted on Oct 31, 2010
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