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2005 Honda Odyssey (Episode 5) Interior and Body Fixing it Forward

In this episode of Fixing it Forward I work mostly on the interior and body of the 2005 Honda Odyssey. If you remember from previous episodes, it needed a fair amount of work. I also replace the sliding door rollers which are a common issue on Honda Odysseys. Additionally, I get into a little upholstery work that you might find interesting.

Sadly, we’re not quite done as you’ll see at the end of the video. I hope to wrap up the work on this van in the next episode so we can give this away to someone who needs it in the final episode of this Odyssey series.

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Door Roller L: 72561-SHJ-A21

Door Roller R: 72521-SHJ-A21

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