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
September, 26, 2008 AT 4:54 PM
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.
September, 26, 2008 AT 6:00 PM
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
January, 19, 2009 AT 11:25 AM
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