Table of Contents
- 1 How do I fix my power window switch?
- 2 How do you reset a Honda window switch?
- 3 How do I know if my master window switch is bad?
- 4 Why does my power window go down but not up?
- 5 How do I know if my window switch is bad?
- 6 Can a power window switch be repaired?
- 7 Does the Master window control switch work on a 2005 Odyssey?
- 8 What are the part numbers for the master power window switch?
- 9 How do I know if my power window master switch is bad?
How do I fix my power window switch?
Replace power window switch in 6 easy steps
- Step 1: Buy a replacement switch.
- Step 2: Pull out the panel.
- Step 3: Remove electrics.
- Step 4: Replace with new switch.
- Step 5: Fix the panel back.
- Step 6: Check now and it should be functioning.
How do you reset a Honda window switch?
1. Turn the ignition switch off, then back ON (II). 2. Move the driver’s window all the way down by using the driver’s switch; when the window reaches the bottom, hold the driver’s window switch in the DOWN position for 2 seconds.
How much is a master window switch?
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How do I know if my master window switch is bad?
If you suspect your power window switch is going bad or failing, watch for the following symptoms:
- All the windows quit working.
- Only one window stops working.
- Window works from master switch only.
- Windows work sometimes.
Why does my power window go down but not up?
There are a multitude of reasons why your car window might not roll up, including: The fuses are blown, preventing the electrical controls handling the window from working. The child safety lock is engaged by accident. The window switch is functioning correctly, but the window motor has malfunctioned.
Why is my passenger window not working?
The most common power window mechanism is pretty basic. Age and a few sticky window channels can pop a fuse. Turn the key to the Run position, but don’t start the car. If the fuse is blown, pushing a window button will do nothing at all: The motor won’t groan and the glass won’t quiver.
How do I know if my window switch is bad?
Can a power window switch be repaired?
In some cases, a switch connection can be repaired. Our technicians can get into the switch pack, remove the springs and clean or replace the broken connections. When this happens we can often save our customers a bundle, but we always prepare you to replace the switch at the same time.
How do I test a master window switch?
To test the window switch you will need to use a voltmeter and ohmmeter.
- Remove the faulty window switch from the door.
- Turn the switch to the “open” position.
- Attach the voltmeter to the switch plug and test to see if there are 12 volts coming from terminal 4 to the ground and from terminal 5 to the ground.
Does the Master window control switch work on a 2005 Odyssey?
On my wife’s 2005 Odyssey, the Master Window Control switch will not open or close any of the windows, however, the lock windows function seems to still work fine.
What are the part numbers for the master power window switch?
IMPORTANT: There are multiple versions of the master power window switch for your 2005-2010 Honda Odyssey. This version is for LX trim level Honda Odyssey. The part numbers for this switch is 35750-SHJ-A01, 35750-SHJ-A02, 35750-SHJ-A03, 35750-SHJ-A04, 35750-SHJ-A05, 35750-SHJ-305.
Does the master control switch do anything for the windows?
All the windows operate fine from their dedicated switches, but the Master Control Switch doesn’t do anything for any of the windows, including of course her window (the front driver’s side). I removed and took apart the Master Control Switch, so I could inspect it for any obvious corrosion, and I found none.
How do I know if my power window master switch is bad?
Here’s a pinout of the master power window switch connector: If there is no voltage coming out of those pins when you toggle the switch in the appropriate direction, then the power window master switch is likely bad. They are a relatively common failure point.