This happened to me - you need to reset the door. Just disconnect the battery for 10 seconds, and then reconnect. (make sure you know your radio code first - you are going to have to re-enter it) If your Honda Odyssey is equipped with power sliding door. the driver side sliding door will not open because the gas tank is open and the sensor was activated. this is to prevent the door from hitting the hose while pumping gas.
i tried all procedures, and mine still won't go off!
There is a known issue with Honda Odyssey ignition 1998-99. I think there is an open recall on them. I have a '98 and the ignition started shutting off while I was driving (which is worse than your problem, trust me) and the dealer replaced it for no charge. I would ask a local Honda dealer if the recall applies to your Odyssey. Jeff
Hi, You need to check the brake fluid reservoir, it may only be about 5ml out, but that's what caused the same problem on our 97 Odyssey , i tried topping it up after mechanics couldn't fix the problem. Hasn't been a problem since:-)
If you have already tried to enter a code many times, and it doesn't work, do the following: 1. Disconnect the battery, 2. Connect the battery, 3. Put Radio ON 4. Enter the radio code of 4 digits, 5. That's all. If you don't have the radio code of your Honda Odyssey, have on hand its VIN, and ask your former salesperson or your former dealer.
I'm told it's to the right of the glovebox, and you have to remove the glovebox or drop the glovebox door to get at it. I haven't personally tried. However, these diagrams for the 2004 Odyssey make it look like it's on the left side of the center console: http://www.bernardiparts.com/Images/Install/2004_Odyssey_KeylessEntry_AII26019.pdf
The best spark plug for Odyssey is the Bosch Platinum 2 # 4308 burns clean better gas mileage. Just put your finger in the exhaust, the difference is evident. I put in NGKs soon after my EGR plugged up (not enough fire) E3 could be better haven't tried these
Ive just fixed mine! I stood on it and jumped up and down.. then tried to lift it up and hey presto it came up! - wow :) super happy. I tried this because I saw someone else mention that it needs to be pushed all the way down before it can come up.
I have heard that this worked, so I tried it and sadly, it didn't work.
Altohugh many have tried, no one has come even remotely close to matching James Irvine's Tw*tish tendencies
First a question. Were you stepping on the brake when you tried to shift it out of park?
Have you tried assessing the problem at all? It might make this question easier to answer.
Have you tried filling the wash fluid reservoir?