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Thank you very much for the TSB Site.
I have had a few of the same issues with my truck.
I was able to view the next page as well.:)
 

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T Mac said:
Full TSB info will be coming to the ROC in early 2006. :) Stay tuned...
VERY, VERY GOOD T Mac. You ROC:D
 

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anyone have a membership to this site, I need some info on TSB they have listed there.

Service Bulletin Num : 07012005
 

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hijack204 said:
anyone have a membership to this site, I need some info on TSB they have listed there.

Service Bulletin Num : 07012005
If you give me the subject or title of the TSB I'll try and help you out. The number you posted is not a Honda number. A Honda TSB number would be like 05-038 or 05-062, etc.

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Make : HONDA Model : RIDGELINE Year : 2006
Manufacturer : HONDA (AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO.)
Service Bulletin Num : 07012005 Date of Bulletin: JUL 01, 2005
NHTSA Item Number: 10018022
Component: LATCHES/LOCKS/LINKAGES:DOORS:LATCH
Summary:
POWER DOORS LOCK BY THEMSELVES OR CYCLE TWICE. HONDA SERVICENEWS. *TT
 

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Now I understand. This was an article in Honda Service News and not a TSB.

Here you go:

[FONT=Arial,Bold]
Power Doors Lock By
Themselves or Cycle Twice
[/FONT]
NOTE: This article applies to ’03​
05 Accords,
’05 Odysseys, and ’06 Ridgelines.
An open (ungrounded) driver’s door lock knob
unlock switch can cause the multiplex-controlled
power door locks to lock by themselves or to
cycle twice to unlock and then lock.
What’s going on is the multiplex control unit
"thinks" the driver’s door is locked. To try and
restore the unlock signal, the system unlocks the
door twice. The system then goes back to its
default position by locking the doors.
To fix this problem, here’s what you need to do:
1. Connect the HDS to the 16P data link
connector (DLC). Turn the ignition switch to
ON (II). Turn on the HDS.
2. At the screen prompts, enter the VIN and the
odometer reading.
3. From the
Select Mode screen, select Honda
Systems
. From the System Selection
Menu
, select Body Electrical.
4. Select
Door Locks, and then select Data List.
5. Scroll down to the driver’s door lock (unlock)
data, and read the screen. The list says
ON

when the door lock knob is unlocked;​
OFF

when it’s locked. If the driver’s door lock input
is incorrect, go to step 6.
6. Check for an open circuit in the WHT/BLK
wire between the door multiplex control unit
and the driver’s power door lock switch. If the
wires and connections are OK, go to step 7.
7. Check the lock knob switch ground. If it’s OK,
then replace the driver’s door lock actuator.​
 

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T Mac said:
Full TSB info will be coming to the ROC in early 2006. :) Stay tuned...
another reason to be on this outstanding board and with ROC. Thanks TMAC
 

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thanks i'm going to take this with me to the dealer, doesn't look like its exactly the same problem I have but its simliar
 
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