How To Fix A Honda Odyssey Automatic Sliding Door




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Glenn Brockett: Just did this fix today! Not so bad after all. Pointers for those doing the fix:
* Open the door about 6 inches, and then turn the door power off. This is far enough to get at the mechanism. With the power off, you can easily move the trolley later.
* I used the box from Amazon to cushion the door an a floor jack. worked fine.
* Remove the slider cover,
* after removing the E-Clip, use a iron rod to extend the hammer's reach and you can easily tap the pin out without removing the fixed part of the mechanism from the door, thereby not messing with the door's slignment and saving a great deal of hassle.
* After removing the pin, slide the trolley towards the rear of the vehicle (no power needed, you turned that off), about halfway down the track is the best place to remove and re-apply the cable ends.
* Before replacing the trolley in the rail, tie a piece of string to hold the spring compressed, you can cut this away later, but it makes it much easier to get the pin back in.
* Use the iron rod to extend the hammer's reach to seat the pin again.
* With the door is mostly closed, the track cover is easier to remove and replace.

R2M Barthélemy: Hello!
Great information, thank you. I have a 2004 Honda Odyssey,  which the passenger sliding door giving me headache with noises, with the impression that the windows falling down or the door itself. It seems loose, shaking  all the time, especially when driving on an uneven road, that sound like an old chariot ride on a gravel road, which annoyed me. They is a gap that occurs between the doors giving the impression that hey are not close even so, and have more wind bowled inside when driving. Can you tell me please, if it is the same issue  like your car, with the roller assembly that run out or it is something else? I tide it a little bit  because when the door open, I was able to shake it with my hand, that scare out of me, thinking that at any time it can fall off.
What can I do and how?
Thanks for your advice and help

R Garces: Awesome... Thanks

Joseph Whitney: Thank you

Cuca's In The Kitchen!: Hello,
I have a question. I have a question about my 2001 Honda Odyssey. about a month ago just had trimming change belt, water pump replaced and catalytic converter replaced. Then had transmission rebuilt, came back like they ask to make sure their were no leaks and there was no and everything looked fine. Oil change has been done, tune up. I get a call from my husband that after driving less than a quarter of a mile, the car has stopped. tried to start it several time and it would not start, finally he got it started, but the heat won't blow hot air? having it towed to were I got all these repairs minus the transmission place. Any suggestions as to what it might be? I would appreciated it!!! Much thanks, in distress!

Mark McClary: "Brevity is the soul of wit" - this is a great tutorial and at 7:30 min, not too long. Thanks for the help !

Jeff Johnson: Excellent video. It took me just over an hour to complete and that includes my OCD time for cleaning around and behind every part I removed. Thank you, Cheers.

Michael Cymek: thank you, very informative. waiting on the part to come in. any way to make the door alarm to stop while closed? it still reads the being open while it closed.

Trueblue2053: Thank for u loading the video... I still have pay to get it fixed because I'm disable from a car accident in January

healthyamerican: my driver side power door wont shut completely and it beeps when you put it in drive....also you have to push it to get it to close or it keeps backing up and opening...anyone know how to fix this? stuck

tana: If you replaced just roller's piece, why did you remove that door's panel, if you did not replace latching mechanism or motor?

Sonshing Yu: Why only Honda power slide doors broken. the Toyota never broken?

Ronneil Camara: Thank you Dayne for this video! Today, our 2004 Odyssey's right sliding door cable broke. I was watching your video and was confused what that white circle thing was that you were pulling. I wasn't sure if it was for pressure. Is my problem more complicated?

Aaron Tracy: There is a kit on eBay. Search "Honda Odyssey 1999-2004 Sliding Door Replacement Cables (Kit or Service)" The kit comes with everything you need for the repair to solder it. Solder is stronger than a screw on end (But you have to use special solder and flux to get it to work on the stainless steel wire). Yes, I sell it and this is a shameless promotion of the kit. But it works. I know you can go and get the cable yourself (you need an 81 inch and a 62 inch) but if you want to save some time and hassle it comes with good instructions.

CFDBlakestr: What tool set model is that ? I can see Husky but I don't know what model number. I love how compact it is and would love to pick one up...

luisparch: no ententendi

The Iron Kiwi: That's nuts what they make you go through to fix a common problem. I am going to do mine but I sure hope I can pull it off without having to take the interior of the van apart like that.

Thanks

Kelly MOran: thanks so much

Gresham Bouma: What was the switch you spoke of in the door?

Chris Bentley: Just finished my the replacement for my passenger side roller. Excellent video. We have our door back again!
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Glenn Brockett: Just did this fix today! Not so bad after all. Pointers for those doing the fix:
* Open the door about 6 inches, and then turn the door power off. This is far enough to get at the mechanism. With the power off, you can easily move the trolley later.
* I used the box from Amazon to cushion the door an a floor jack. worked fine.
* Remove the slider cover,
* after removing the E-Clip, use a iron rod to extend the hammer's reach and you can easily tap the pin out without removing the fixed part of the mechanism from the door, thereby not messing with the door's slignment and saving a great deal of hassle.
* After removing the pin, slide the trolley towards the rear of the vehicle (no power needed, you turned that off), about halfway down the track is the best place to remove and re-apply the cable ends.
* Before replacing the trolley in the rail, tie a piece of string to hold the spring compressed, you can cut this away later, but it makes it much easier to get the pin back in.
* Use the iron rod to extend the hammer's reach to seat the pin again.
* With the door is mostly closed, the track cover is easier to remove and replace.

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How to fix a Honda Odyssey automatic sliding door