Question about 2003 Honda Pilot
Check for a renegade soda can or some other form of debris under the seat. If nothing is found take a small flashlight under with you, oh and a small box wrench, to the floor. Look to see if any of the harnesses have become disconnected, and if not, while holding the switch in the forward or rearward direction, tap on the drivemotor that lies horizontally acroos from drivers side to pass. side. lighty and maybe a little harder than that enough to impact the armature which has been sitting in the same spot too long into kicking on. Watch your fingers at all times these little motors are geared down so they are very strong, believe me I've had the pleasure!!!You might want to commision a friend to hold the switch instead of your self. Good luck, Dana
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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