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My 2004 Honda Odyssey will not come out of park while i am parked on an incline. Also my power sliding doors wont work either. How do i fix this other than using the override switch all the time???

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When you park on an incline, ALWAYSset your parking brake BEFOREputting it in park and when leaving the parking brake is the last to be released. Let the parking brakes hold the vehicle, not your transmission.

Onthe door thing, check the engine to body ground strap. It's sjould be located running from the engine to the firewall. See if that helps.

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