I did those as well as the splash guards last weekend. You can take the white sticker off the hood protector now :smile: You can really save some cash by doing these yourself.
Agreed. Dealer wanted $40-50 to install the splash guards. Did it myself in 10 minutes....and the instructions are easy to find for most accessories and available on the Honda Parts/Accessories website.I did those as well as the splash guards last weekend. You can take the white sticker off the hood protector now :smile: You can really save some cash by doing these yourself.
Did you notice any extra wind noise after installing the roof rails? This is an upgrade I'm thinking a lot about, but obviously I'm concerned about added noise in the cabin. Thanks in advance.My upgrades so far. Low profile bug degflector and door guards.
black running boards black
Black roof rails
Black 20in rims
+1 love the lighted onesFWIW, the *lit* running boards are really nice. They have a soft glow underneath them, on the ground, when you open the car door.
What's the website?News Flash: Bernardi is running "free shipping" this weekend. I just saved about $40 on body side moldings and mud guards. Prices are good on the accessories too!!!
2017 Genuine Honda Ridgeline Accessories - Bernardi PartsWhat's the website?
Thank you for the info....much appreciated!The running boards are plug and play, but requires removal of some interior trim panels to access the harness. There is protective tape used to route the harness under the weather strip. Follow the directions and you'll be fine.
Big tip here, if you are considering the lighted running boards AND the "Ridgeline" illuminated door sills, do them at the same time. They both require removal of the same parts and also share the same harness.