This isn't as ominous as the title of this thread makes it sound. I need all Ridge owners help for a small problem. This is in regards to the sensor light indicator on the drivers side panel. My indicator kept getting pushed down when I put my elbow on it. I finally took it to the dealer and he sent away for parts. The dealer installed a new panel with sensor light indicator, guess what? It still does it. I went back in to the dealer and the service manager check every Ridgeline on the lot, plus two that were in for oil changes and every single one of them this occurs. If you put pressure on the front part of the indicator button, it will push down and it will not come back up on its' own. The manager took pictures of the problem and sent it to corporate and they say only one other person has seen this, but that they would check and see if the problem occurs on any at the factory. What I would like all of you to do, is check your Ridge. Put a little pressure on the front portion of the button and see if it pushes down. If you take a knife, you can pry it back into place yourself, but let the dealer do it. Evidently, the plastic the sensor sits on, is spaced just a little too far apart and it will spread even farther with just a little pressure. I know I'm asking you to do something that you really don't want to do, but this problem should not exist, even though it's minor. I also know that Corporate won't do anything unless the problem is wide spread, so HELP! Ridgelover on this site also has this problem.