Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
The rear windows failing on this vehicle seems to be a common problem (thanks, honda). Same problem as everyone else - relay is clicking, but motor is not working. No way am I going to pay over $500 to fix this at a dealer. I was then thinking of doing it DIY but the parts are more than I'm willing to pay as well.
In the solution at http://www.fixya.com/cars/t996766-2004_honda_odyssey_rear_window, "marvin940" (in solution #4 at this time) refers to step-by-step instructions for a cheap and effective workaround. He never posted the instructions, however - anyone know where this might be?
Additionally, if anyone has their own ideas on how I might be able to fix this w/out buying whole assemblies from Honda for hundreds of $$, I'd like to hear about it. Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rear vent window on 2003
It can't be closed manually. Honda used garbage motors in these things. My 2003 odyssey had both motors replaced under warranty and they are both shot again. It is a very easy fix but the motors are about $80 each on Ebay. You could get away with prying off the panel from the top and hindging it off at the bottom. The motor is very easy to take out and re install. Disconect the one small electrical clip. Don't forget the screw on the window. Pop off the plastic cover and unscrew the philips head screw.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
the rear side window vent motor is bad, u need to replaced it...common on these vans...i hope its the left rear and not the right....right is a little more difficult re installing due to the rear a/c ducts
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Yes most likely, the brake switch also sends power to a solenoid to unlock the shift lever. If the trans works fine once you get it out of park, the trans itself is fine
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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