I just had the sliding door recall fix done on my 2018 EX-L. Of course, I hadn't had any problems with the sliding doors, but got the recall done (which actually ended up taking two days at the dealership). When I got the car home, I went to open the driver side sliding door, and it got about 75% open and then hit something and beeps and closes. Even on manual mode, the door hits something about 75% of the way down the track. I can see a pop up mechanism in the track that appears to be the safety mechanism for when the rear windows are down. I thought I could just solve the issue by rolling down the window and putting it back up and making the safety mechanism reset. However, when I went to roll down the window, it sounds like it tries to roll down but it seems to encounter something as well and won't roll down at all. I am not sure if that is an additional safety measure or if they just really screwed something up doing the recall work?
Any ideas on how to make the system reset itself and recognize the window isn't actually down, or am I doomed to drive the 40 minutes back to the dealership?