Power mirror dead, could it be the fuse? Where is the fuse for the mirror?
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    Power mirror dead, could it be the fuse? Where is the fuse for the mirror?

    Today when I tried to adjust the mirror, nothing happened, no sound or vibration. I thought I should check the fuse first but I could not find any info about it in the Owner Manual. Does anyone know where it is? I don't seem to have other electrical problems though so it could also be the motor... Thanks.

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    Both sides or just one?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockwood View Post
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    both.

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    Fuses Section of the 2012 OM. Pages 411-415 (673 - 681 of the 2011 OM), yeah, I don't see fuses for power mirrors, is there any other accessory not working?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBoat View Post
    Fuses Section of the 2012 OM. Pages 411-415 (673 - 681 of the 2011 OM), yeah, I don't see fuses for power mirrors, is there any other accessory not working?
    No , just the mirror. Indeed, I went through the list 2-3x but could not find it. Dealer wanted me to just bring it in since it is under warranty and the service adviser could not tell me where the fuse is either. If you look at the fuse box, it is not really designed to be user friendly you have to bend down to check, the label is not clear and full of abbreviations.

    Oh well ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happyvan View Post
    No , just the mirror. Indeed, I went through the list 2-3x but could not find it. Dealer wanted me to just bring it in since it is under warranty and the service adviser could not tell me where the fuse is either. If you look at the fuse box, it is not really designed to be user friendly — you have to bend down to check, the label is not clear and full of abbreviations.

    Oh well ...
    Yeah, and there are 5 different fuse boxes (Engine Compartment Fuse Box (Primary), Engine Compartment Fuse Box (Secondary), drive's side, passenger's side and rear side)

    With all these boxes I hope it's not hardwired or something, that would suck.

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    under driver dash Fuse 11
    under hood Fuse 16

    2 fuses to check. good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvinhj240 View Post
    under driver dash Fuse 11
    under hood Fuse 16

    2 fuses to check. good luck!
    Thank you, will check it out tonight. How do you know? (What do the labels say?)

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    I know becuz I have diagram for it. I didn't do visual inspection but on the fuse box it should have number on those, if you look careful look close enough you will see those number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happyvan View Post
    (What do the labels say?)
    According to the OM they are for "Backup" and "Meter" respectively... damn, should I have known

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBoat View Post
    According to the OM they are for "Backup" and "Meter" respectively... damn, should I have known
    Well, at least these are English words, as opposed to abbreviations ...

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    It turns out that the switch for the power mirror was unplugged by the company who installed the alarm. A Honda dealer warned me ahead of time not to get the alarm done b/c the new Odyssey is electrically very complex. Thus, for those of you who want to get an alarm, ask the company for reference from someone who owns an Odyssey. You do not want to be the first one to get experimented on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happyvan View Post
    It turns out that the switch for the power mirror was unplugged by the company who installed the alarm. A Honda dealer warned me ahead of time not to get the alarm done b/c the new Odyssey is electrically very complex. Thus, for those of you who want to get an alarm, ask the company for reference from someone who owns an Odyssey. You do not want to be the first one to get experimented on.
    We're happy with the standard factory alarm.

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