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Drivers door automatic door lock will not work

The automatic door lock on my wife's odyssey will no longer work. We replaced the actuator but that was not the problem. My wife took it to the dealer and they dianosed it as the mutiplex. What is the mutiplex and can I buy it and install it myself?

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Multiplex is a small part which sends the on/off signal from the actuator to all the door switches.  It is a dealer part.  You may be able to fix the multiplex if it is a contact issue. Good luck.

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