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HONDA ODYSSEY Problems with Electrical System, Visibility

 
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2007 HONDA ODYSSEY Problems & Complaints

Read complaint(s) filed for the 2007 HONDA ODYSSEY. These complaints & problems includes information received by NHTSA from consumers either directly or as recorded by the Vehicle Safety Hotline. This information may be used by NHTSA during the investigation process. You may file your own complaint for the 2007 HONDA ODYSSEY by calling the NHTSA Monday-Friday 8am to 8pm at (888) 327-4236, TTY: (800) 424-9153. You can also file your complaint online.

Vehicle Information (756 Complaints)
Date reported Oct 25, 2010
Location WINTERT HAVEN, FL
Manufacturer HONDA (AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO.)
Vehicle 2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
Transmission Not Specified
Drivetrain Not Specified
Fuel type Not Specified
Occurences 1
Crash involved N
Injuries 0
Deaths 0
Source NHTSA Website
All Complaints

ON MY DAUGHTERS 2007 HONDA ODYSSEY, IT HAS AN AUTOMATIC UP FEATURE FOR THE DRIVERS WINDOW. ONCE THE WINDOW STARTS UP (CLOSING), IF YOU PUT DOWN PRESSURE ON THE WINDOW IT WILL REVERSE, DO DOWN A FEW INCHES AND STOP. BUT IF YOU PUT PRESSURE ON THE WINDOW, LIKE A CHILD LEANING OUT THE WINDOW, AND IT STARTS UP THE OVERRIDE FEATURE WILL NOT STOP THE WINDOW AND MAKE IT GO DOWN A FEW INCHES. THE WINDOW WILL CONTINUE TO CLOSE, ONLY STOPPING WHEN THE MOTOR IS OVERPOWERED. THIS DOES NOT HAPPEN UNTIL QUITE A BIT OF FORCE IS APPLIED TO WHATEVER IS BLOCKING THE WINDOW, AND IN THE CASE OF A SMALL CHILD IT COULD CAUSE QUITE A BIT OF INJURY. I HAVE NEVER ENCOUNTERED A VEHICLE WITH AN AUTO-UP FEATURE FOR A WINDOW. WITH THE AMOUNT OF FORCE IT TAKES TO OVERLOAD THE MOTOR A CHILD CAN BE SERIOUSLY INJURED.

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