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2006 Honda Odyssey sliding door bushing is gone were the hinge moves down the door track. It is causing the hinge to rotate inward, bumping the rail. This cause the sensor to go off and return the door open. I can see the problem. I need to get the door loose to replace the bushing.

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I have the same problem...maybe not as bad, however. The bearings in the 'roller' that guides the door down the track have deteriorated. Midas said the roller isn't rolling so they greased the track. Could be that the kids have let the door fly open too many times, especially when parked on an incline (LX model, no power doors). Anyway, it looks like an 8 dollar 'roller'...no biggie...but Midas said the whole door would have to come off to change that roller. I'm getting by for now and have not personally looked to see if I can change it without taking the door off. Saving that 'look-see' for Summer.

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