Couple of questions...
First, my 2003 Odyssey EX-L has had the front door window regulators fail like 3 or 4 times in its life. The last time it was the passenger side, when I closed the door. I heard a pop, and the window slid down. What's going on with these dang regulators? Is it a generic issue, or am I just unlucky?
Second, I decided this time to fix it myself. Removed the regulator, and ordered a new one. The cable isn't snapped, and there's nothing visually wrong with it, so I'm not sure what the problem is. Maybe a failed motor due to the window not seating smoothly into the frame and getting over torqued? Anyway, in my haste to remove the regulator, I forgot to make note of which electrical plugs go where. Yes, I know, moron, right? But it's not that big a deal, there are only two connectors which might be an issue. There's a blue connector which goes to the seat heater switch (mounted on the door panel) and a blue connector in the door. There's an identical gray connector in the door. So I'm assuming the two blue connectors get hooked together, and the gray connector goes to the window raise/lower switch. Make sense?