Auto Repair: HOW TO LUBRICATE SLIDING DOORS ON VAN demonstrated HONDA ODYSSEY

Auto Repair: HOW TO LUBRICATE SLIDING DOORS ON VAN demonstrated HONDA ODYSSEY

Awesome Auto Repair video: HOW TO LUBRICATE SLIDING DOORS ON VAN demonstrated HONDA ODYSSEY



HOW TO LUBRICATE SLIDING DOORS ON VAN demonstrated HONDA ODYSSEY

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Hey guys, in this video we will show you how to lubricate the sliding doors on Honda Odyssey van. If your sliding doors are not moving as they should or they get stuck this video should help you. We demonstrated how to lubricate the sliding doors on a 2007 Honda Odyssey EX-L but it should cover the whole generation from 2005 to 2010. Check out the Honda Odyssey playlist here:
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20 Replies to “Auto Repair: HOW TO LUBRICATE SLIDING DOORS ON VAN demonstrated HONDA ODYSSEY”

  1. If you look closely you can see the arm on the center bearing jerk when it changes direction, lubricating the track is going to be a temporary fix at best. Our Odyssey's left sliding door still works smoothly because the right side is the one that gets the most use. I ended up replacing the right side center bearing because one of the two rollers had broken off. Here is an easy way to tell. With both doors closed open both doors using the master switch on the dash. When the doors get about half way open turn the master switch (above the sliding door open / close switches) to the off position. This will stop the doors. Now you can carefully slightly rock each door back and forth while looking at the arm on the center support bearing. If one or both of the bearings are worn or broken there will be a lot of side to side movement.
    Keeping the lower roller clear of debris, where does all that stuff come from! and lubing the seals are excellent suggestions.

  2. Hi Bud, I am your video watcher… I have 2006 BMW X3. AC is fully charged and AC clutch is engaging fine but I am not getting any COLD air… AC switch is ON and Cold air toggle vent is set to BLUE but still no COLD air… any advise?

  3. On my Odyssey the plastic wheels broke and binded up and the cable snapped. Now both by doors had to have the rollers changed and they don't close on their own anymore. So now they're just manual. Honda only sells the motor with the cable and they're 500 bucks each and they are a huge pain in the ass to change. It wasn't worth it for me on a 13 year old van.

  4. My right door makes noise like a rattle when driving. Dealer fixed it several times under warranty, but each fix only lasted a month. Each time I got it back, the door seals were very sticky. What's a permanent fix?

  5. Good video i do jave a question do you know what would be wrong wen all the windows dont go down only the driver window work and its not the fuse plz help thanks

  6. The rollers work fine on my mom's Odyssey, but the rubber seal, is near GLUED to the door, making it near impossible for my frail mom or her friends to get the door to unseal and open. What can we use to disrupt this adherence of the two pieces?

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