The rear sliding door will not open or close electrically.
The power door warning light comes on and the driver's side rear sliding door will not open or close electrically. The passenger side work normal. The warning buzzer also goes off when I go to drive unless I turn the power doors off so I have to use it only in the manual mode.
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Re: the rear sliding door will not open or close...
There is a motor that drives the doors just like the motors used for windows. they do go bad.you will need to inspect the motor it is located behind the wall panel behind the sliding door. you may have to remove some bolts for seat belts and there may be some screws but most of the panel is held on with snap clips. take your time and don't break them if you can. when reinstalling be sure you are lined up before forcing the panel it will just bend the clips. once in there try tapping on the motor lightly with a small hammer. then try it it may start working again. I've seen it many times. if not maybe get one from a salvage yard. saves a lot of money. good luck
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The 30A fuse J11 in the totally integrated power module (TIPM) protects the driver side power sliding door module. The 40A fuse J3 in the totally integrated power module (TIPM) protects the left rear door module. If these two fuses are good, the modules may be defective.
Hi, There are several causes I would look for. Each door has a door button that indicates if the door is closed, or turns on the interior light if it is open. There are also contacts on the sliding doors that when they mate, the warning light will go off. I would try to find the cause. Do the following.
1 Check to make sure all of the doors are closing properly. You may have one that looks like it is, but is not.
Each door that swings open, i.e. the two front side doors and the hatch should have button switches located in the front door jam of the front doors and one for the rear hatch. Somtimes you will find more then one button.
2 Close all doors 3 Open the driver's side door. (The one that gets the most use), turn on the key but DON'T start the car. 4 find the buttons and push on them on and off to see if the warning light goes out. If it does, then the switch on that door or the door closure position or latch should be able to be adjusted so it works again. If it doesn't, go to #5 (Note: the switch may have a broken off tip, so it may be necessary to replace it. )
5 Repeat for the passenger side door. If necessary go to 6 6 Follow test for the rear hatch. (you may need someone to help on this step.
The sliding door should have some type of "button" like contacts. There may be something lodged into one of them that is giving your a faulty contact.
This may or may not work depending on exactly what is wrong with the door, I cant tell what is wrong without looking at it directly however: You can try starting with all doors closed and unlocked, keys in hand disconnecting the battery and letting the vehicle sit for 2 min or so, then reconnect the battery. Put the key into the ignition and turn it to the on position but do not start the van. Next press the button to disable the power sliding door for the drivers side, then manually open the door fully, wait 5 seconds, then close it manually fully. Press button the button again to re-enable the power sliding door, then try to use it with the automatic feature either by pulling the handle or using your remote, this may or may not work depending on if the door has somehow become de-initialized (it should work now) however if something is broken inside the door closing mechanism or door closed/open sensors, the door will continue to malfunction.
I had the same problem and found that my sliding side door "closed" switch, which is small and round and in the door frame, was not being pushed open all the way when the door was closed! As soon as I put a credit card in the spot where the switch hits the door all the locks and lights worked again. So I just taped a washer to the door where the pin switch hits it for now. The computer thinks the door is still open and will not alow them to lock and the lights won't operate right either.
Please check the aft track roller assembly. It is easiest to inspect from the rear of the van looking forward when the door is open. You'll see the rear hinge assembly clearly. The track rollers cannot be seen but you can pull outboard on the rear edge of the door--the door should not move outboard more than 1/8 of an inch. If it moves out more than this or feels sloppy, suspect damaged/missing track rollers. This will cause the hinge to chatter in the track and "jolt". It will also cause the door to misalign during the close phase preventing the close motor from properly engaging. Replacing this part is no easy task but doable if you are good with cars. Check back here for more details if you want to try it, otherwise get a competent mechanic or the Honda dealership to do it.