Mechanics

REAR WINDOW VENTS

2004 Honda Odyssey

Electrical problem
2004 Honda Odyssey 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 54000 miles

Both stopped working. The right is partially open. I do hear a relay sound when I engage the switch. The On/Off on the door is on.

The manuals says the motors have a circuit breaker. There is a reset procedure in the manual which does not help. I found some 7.5 Amp fuses in the Driver's side fuse box. They seem both to be okay.
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Hsargent
September 23, 2008.




Need to check fuses 7, 8 15, 16. If allok, there are open and close relays for both windows. You will need to find them(behind left and right rear trim panels) verify red/white wires haev power to the relays. If so tets the motors to see if they are getting power to open, then close
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Jack42
Sep 26, 2008.
I did check fuses. I hear relays near the vents. One vent does respond some but not all the time and all the way. Which panel exposes the motors? My book did not show.

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Hsargent
Sep 26, 2008.
Mitchell doesnt specify either. Just says r/l rear trim panels. I would suspect it to be the ones directly under/behind the windows. Once you get tot eh relays, test for the trigger when trying to open/close them, this will tell if it is a relay, motor or switch problem

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Jack42
Sep 26, 2008.
I'm not sure this will help you, but this page was a high google hit for " odyssey window fuse", so maybe it will help the next guy who comes looking.

My haynes manual instructs that the 03 & 04 models might require a power window control unit reset when the battery is disconnected or other power loss (e.G, pulled window fuse or disconnected wiring to window controls).

- turn ignition off
- turn ignition on
- fully open driver window by pressing auto down; when it opens the whole way, hold auto down for 2 seconds.
- fully close driver window by pulling up; when it is closed the whole way, hold up for 2 seconds
- if it still doesn't work repeat the procedure

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Danpritts
Jan 19, 2009.

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