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Hi Hi, Ref: Honda odyssey 2002. The passenger side electric will not close tight when closing it manually or with the Open/Close button. Also it will not open when pressing the Open/Close button. Any idea on what the problem could be? Thanks! Henri

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  • henri_savoie Sep 05, 2010

    Its about the electric side passenger door. Not windows, they are not electric, they are fix.

  • henri_savoie Sep 05, 2010

    Hi,
    Already cleaned And lubed everything, no luck. Any other ideas?

    Thanks!

    Henri

  • henri_savoie Sep 06, 2010

    When i try to open the door with the open/close button (electrically), the door does not open.
    When i close the door manually, it does not latch completely close.
    When i close it with the open/close button (electrically), it does not lacté completely close. In bot cases (closing manually or electrically), i am able to reopen thé sied door without using the open/close button or the handle. I just slide m'y fingers between the door And the door frame And pull.

    Henri

  • henri_savoie Sep 06, 2010

    Ps. Yes to the latch lubing question.

  • henri_savoie Sep 06, 2010

    The door now inches open by itself when driving

  • henri_savoie Sep 06, 2010

    No recalls.
    Can you say why it does not latch when manually closing thés electric door? Why it won t close using the electrical open/close button?

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I've only worked on one Honda Odyssey Van. I believe it was a 2004 model . They are somewhat complicated due to the safety features incorporated into the automatic opening and closing features as to not cause bodily injury . There are a few things you can check . Look in your owner's manual for the fuse block location / fuse identification section . You need to identify which fuse protects the side door circuitry . Once you find it , pull the fuse and check it to see if it is good or not . If it's not, replace it and try the door to see if it works or not . However , if the fuse is good , it would be advisable to have a technician diagnose the problem as it is incorporated into a computer called a BCM , which is short for Body Control Module, and controls several interior body related electronic , electrical , and motorized functions .

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These things had lot of problems when they first came out with bent hinges

they would come loose and then the first time they were closed, while loose, the hinges would bend

most techs found the loose hinges but tightening would help until the hinges were replaced

matter of fact, contact your Honda dealer to see if they have any open recalls or TSB's on this subject

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The common cause of this is dry window glass runs/tracks, get a can of spray Silicone lube from any auto parts store, cover any trim you might get the spray on and then spray the glass run channels with the Silicone lube, really soak them, then start the engine and run the glass up and down to distribute the silicone lube up and down the length of the tracks/ channels, repeat one more time if less, then wipe off any over spray and u are set to go, if this doesn't clear the problem up u will need a new motor and regulator installed.

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    yadayada Sep 05, 2010

    clean all the channels the door guides run in and then spray silicone on them, lube any moving part or track that it moves in, this almost always takes care of the problem, the dirt that builds up is the culprit.

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    yadayada Sep 05, 2010

    then the closer motor is weak and will need to be replaced, have never done one, always fixed it with the cleaning and lube, did u lube the latch and make sure it is adjusted for the easiest closing possible?

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    yadayada Sep 07, 2010

    U are going to need to replace the electric motor that closes the door.

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