Power Sliding Door(s) Get Stuck in the Unlocked Position – 2014 Honda Odyssey

December 20, 2014
ATB 01216 (1412)


Power Sliding Door(s) Get Stuck in the Unlocked Position



Year Model Trim VIN Range
2014 Odyssey ALL except LX ALL



The power sliding door gets stuck in the unlocked position.



The lock knob lever rotates too much, and gets stuck behind the micro switch for the lock.



Replace the power sliding door remote control assembly.



Part Name Part Number Quantity
Left Remote Control Assembly 72662-TK8-A31ZA 1
Right Remote Control Assembly 72622-TK8-A31ZA  1



The normal warranty applies.

Operation Number Description Flat Rate Time Template ID Failed Part Number
8171B8 Replace the left power sliding door remote control assembly. 0.5 hr 14-082A 72662-TK8-A31ZA
8171B9 Replace the right power sliding door remote control assembly. 0.5 hr 14-082B
8171E2 Replace both power sliding door remote control assemblies. 0.9 hr 14-082C

Defect Code: 03214
Symptom Code: 08201
Skill Level: Repair Technician  


  1. Open the sliding door as needed.
  2. Pull off the retainer of the inner handle shaft with a hook-shaped tool and remove the inner handle.

inner handle


  1. Detach the clips, then remove the sliding door sash inner trim.



  1. Remove the door panel with as little bending as possible to avoid creasing or damaging it.
    • Detach the clips with a trim pad remover.
    • Pull the door panel away from the inner handle shaft.
    • Starting at the rear, pull the door panel upward.
    • While holding the door panel away from the door, disconnect the power window switch connector.



  1. Remove the latch remote control assembly from the door.
    • Disconnect the remote control assembly connectors.
    • Release the cable holders and disconnect the outer handle cable, lower roller cable, front latch cable, and rear latch cable.
    • Remove the bolts and the screw.
    • Detach the harness clip and release the hook.

latch remote control assembly


  1. Release the cable holder and disconnect the failsafe lever cable from the latch remote control assembly.

latch remote control assembly


  1. Install the new latch remote control assembly and torque the bolts to 4 N·m (6.9 lb-ft)
  2. Install the door panel in the reverse order of removal.


  • Make sure each connector is plugged in properly and each cable is routed properly and connected securely.
  • Take care not to bend any of the cables.
  • Make sure the door locks and opens properly.
  • If the clips are damaged or stress-whitened, replace them with new ones.
  • Push the clips and the hooks into place securely.
  1. Repeat steps 1 through 8 on the other sliding door if needed.




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