Question about 2000 Honda Accord
2000 Honda Accord EX 4cylinder
It all started with the rear passenger door. It would not respond at times. Slowly it stopped responding completely. Then it started with the other rear door. Now all three doors except driver door do not respond.
Even the driver door opens or closes only once, and i have to give it a few minutes for it to work again with remote or the switch inside the door.
I can see that the motors are trying to push up./down the locks, but looks like there is not enough power to do that.
I have shown it to mechanics who doubt the motors (Acutator or something like that) required to be replaced and gave me an estimate of 350 per door (Honda Service Center), 160 per door (Fletchers).
Can someone tell me if it really is the case or something else like a charger or fuse replacement might solve my problem ? Also sugest me a better, economic way to get them repaired.
First try replace the main relay unit in drivers side door and find it on junk yard .com half price
first take out the relay on the drivers side test it
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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