2000 Honda Odyssey EX from North America
Nice, but starting to get little problems
Driver side automatic rear power door froze and would not open.
I found a fix for this problem. On the inside passenger side fuse box, find fuse #13 (4th in on top). I think it is listed as "Clock Reset" and is a 7.5 size fuse. Remove it for 30 seconds and then replace. Open the passenger side door and then the driver side. I tried every other fix and this finally did it. I have no idea why, but thanks to whoever gave me this suggestion. Saved big $.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 8th January, 2004
Thanks for the tip on faulty automatic doors! We had the same problem with a frozen door; tried the fuse trick - it worked!! We were scheduled to take it in for repair, but decided to check the trusty Internet. We are so happy we did! Spread the word!
Honda Odyssey 1999 - Had the drive side power door freeze/malfunction issue on Friday before the long weekend.
Dealer said he will have to have the van over the weekend to look at or fix the problem. Thanks to Car Survey and the user tip (fuse #13-light control solution), it worked like a charm - KVJ.
Appreciate the tip... again, you saved an innocent consumer from being raked over by dishonest dealerships.
I had the same problem. This solution works like a charm!!!