Question about 2006 Honda Odyssey
Check the rear window vent motor for power, most likely the motor are bad
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First check fuse #7 and #16 in the passenger side dash fuse box, however I've seen this happen allot on this body-style of Odyssey's. Here's a quick check you can perform: Operate the rear vent window switch and listen for a 'click' in the rear of the van next to the vent window. This is the relay 'clicking'. If you hear the relay 'Click' you now know that your getting power in the circuit. This means that the vent motor is faulty. This is a common failure and they usually go out in pairs, so the other side maybe on its way out too. If you don't hear the 'click' than you'll have pin test the multiplex control circuit for a fault.
-hope this helps
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
you can close it by pulling the door panel and removing the electric motor that raises the window, then lift the window closed and reinstall the motor, but the motor is most likely defective so if u go to all that hassle just replace the motor.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2004 Honda Odyssey: Rear window
My sister just got the same model and both of her's are very very weak
or don't work at all. I blame the problem on that there is no limit
switch like I've seen on other mini vans or SUVs. A limit switch stops
the motor from operation when the arm reaches it's outer or inner most
position. If you can hear the click, the solenoid switch is receiving a
signal and is working. It signals the motor to operate. It sounds like
the motor is burn out or bad.
Let's say you go to close the vent window and traffic is crazy, the kids are yelling. Then you realize you had been pushing the vent window buttons down for the last Min and a half due to the craziness. You were frying the motor and din't know it. Or you opened it while driving and couldn't really tell if it was completely open,, Again the same thing. Motor was getting super hot. It doesn't take long to burn any electric motor out with it in a bind. This is were a limit switch comes in to play. It would have stopped the motor and help save it's life.
On top of all this it could also be a poor design of the motor. Very easy to change with a few skills. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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