Sometimes with my Kia I have to without opening the door , cycle lock and unlock several times before the alarm is disarmed. If does, the door or the latch might have gone out of adjustment and requires readjustment. Repairs have been made repeatedly which has caused problem to become worse. It is winter and thus, very cold these days. I think I'm going to ask them to open the door panel to see what's up better be covered by warranty since this issue started a year after buying it and the Honda shop has record of us bringing it in time after time. The van was taken in and the center roller assembly of the right side sliding door was replaced. Complaint Number: 10151756 Incident Date: March 3, 2006 Date Added to File: March 3, 2006 Description of the Complaint: Passenger side rear power sliding door does not lock in place and has opened while driving! I also disconnected the battery for about an hour then reconnected with no noticeable difference.
A trusted mechanic said the problem was in the compressor. I am frightened for fear of severe injury to some body part being slammed into the door of guests and being sued. If resetting the doors does not fix the problem, there may be other problems with the power sliding door mechanism. The rest of the center roller part is made of metal. The symptoms the door was exhibiting were that of a failed release actuator.
This causes the door to close on it damaging the sensor for the door. The contact stated that the rear sliding doors failed to close. Also, if any of the door locks are jammed, the alarm will still activate when you try to unlock the drivers door. The vehicle was not repaired. We followed a protocol off the internet that involved several steps that got it to stop but at random times it would happen again. There's no dirt or foreign objects in the way as far as I can tell. Dragged on the rotor and scored it.
It would do this over and over again, until it finally closed several tries later. One thing to note is that when the battery is reattached you will need the 5 digit code for the radio. Milwen, I was wondering if you were able to resolve this issue. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure, but did not assist. Not to mention the potential insurance liability if the doors refuse to close and one is left with no choice but to leave their vehicle wide open for any length of time.
Moving forward to last month, november 2012. When you pull on the door handle a latch is released but the door does not move. It seems to me this should be a huge safety concern to honda but they have been aloof about fixing it and don't believe they are responsible. When the automatic reversing mechanism kicked in the previous night, a roller bearing snapped off. Being this is only vehicle I had to put up with issue. Occurred between 90,000 to 105,000 miles.
When it does not work automatically, it is extremely difficult to close manually. The vehicle was taken to a dealer who stated that the door was not covered under the warranty and told me that I was responsible for the repair cost. It took about 45 min. The last time we attempted to open the door, it ended up remaining open for the entire day because it was literally jammed in the open position. .
Each time I take it into Honda, the mechanics just lube the door and claim they can't figure out what's going on and of course the door is on its best behavior whenever I take it into the shop! I brought it in to the dealer and the automatic door motor was replaced as well as the roller. To reset the system, fully close the sliding door manually. Turn off the Main switch for the doors. That's the whole idea behind anti-theft radios. There are two plastic round parts that act like ball bearing rollers, and they become out of place causing the door's alignment to be off. Have it in shop now in fremont honda.
The approximate failure mileage was 99,000. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure, but did not assist. There are two plastic round parts that act like ball bearing rollers, and they become out of place causing the door's alignment to be off. Not really had problems for a long time. Happy New Year Same problem remains.
The issues were brought to Honda's attention during the warranty period. The car runs fine but that light is frustrating. Make sure the power sliding door operates properly. Not to mention the potential insurance liability if the doors refuse to close and one is left with no choice but to leave their vehicle wide open for any length of time. I have had three Odysseys and they all have had to have them replaced.
Brakes fade and start to vibrate very easily if using Honda brakes. This has the potential of being a major safety issue, depending on where people are when the doors refuse to close. It was so embarrassing the other day when I went to the car wash and it took four guys to close it while holding up the line!!!! The beeping comes from back of the passenger sliding door. You may want to check the electrical connection of the power sliding doors Junction Switches. Sometimes they will not latch at all. The signal did not work. But since thats not the case, have you tried turning the door switch to the on position just a guess, but people tend overlook the easiest solution.