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2006 Accord EX-L rear door lock issue

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Old 07-09-2018, 10:32 PM
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Default 2006 Accord EX-L rear door lock issue

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I have a 2006 Accord with a right rear power door lock that will not work. My first thought was that it was an actuator that had gone bad. I had replaced the left rear door lock actuator one year ago. So, I replaced the right rear actuator. Still would not work. All other locks work normal, with the lock button as well as the remote. I returned the actuator and purchased another with the same result.

Is there anything else that could effect the right rear power lock alone? The linkage is in good condition. The power lock fuse under the dash on the driver side is ok. The actuator doesn't appear to move or be getting any power.

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Donny
 
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Old 07-09-2018, 11:19 PM
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Issue kind of sounds like this other thread; but, on the opposite side: https://www.hondaaccordforum.com/for...D-57334/page3/



The power door locks are part of the multiplex integrated control system, since the other doors works, it would be unusual for it to be a MICU problem if the other doors work.

1. Test the right rear door lock **** switch. Unplug the gray 3P connector from the actuator. Test for continuity between terminal no. 1 (Blk) and no. 3 (Blk/Red). There should be continuity when you press the switch is in the UNLOCK position and no continuity in the LOCK position.

If the continuity test are okay, the switch is okay. Move on to next check.

2. The wiring or the connector at the door jamb may be the cause. Check the wiring and connector at that door jamb.

There is a blue 10P connector located in the right B pillar that connects the floor wire harness (right side) to right rear door wire harness. The door jamb is where the wires run through.
 

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Old 07-10-2018, 10:09 PM
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Thank you for the advice. I will try that if Iím not too mechanically challenged. Haha
 
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