Hi. New to the forum and this thread alone made me join! A big thanks to Martin and his great step by step guide. I purchased the SiriusXM Onyx Plus today and the install went fairly smooth. Only real hiccup was the pushing of the wire grommet back in the hole. It kinda sorta fit back in. Other than that, everything else was fairly easy.
Only decision I have left is where to install the dock. The vent clips are made for horizontal vents, and of course the driver side vents are vertical. Would buying universal vent clips help here?
I'd rather go this route than stick the thing to the dash honestly.
Also purchased a cheap $8 universal remote at the suggestion of a friend.
I have a 2010 Ridgeline, The day I was driving on the high when an eighteen wheeler dropped multiple slabs of thick ice on my trucks roof. I was ok, but it cause quite a bit of a damage and on the top the truck driver ran way.
Along with other things, the solid ice slabs damage/ broke away my rear third light with the whole housing bumper/spoiler. I dont know and I cant seem to be fnd the name of this part: this part house the third brake light on the back top of the roof. Also, does anyone know where I can find one?
I did this install a few months ago. While it was very easy I found my reception is worse than the stock XM antenna. Anyone have any recommendations to improve it? It drops out under tree cover in my neighborhood where my stock system was fine. It's driving me crazy.
Ummm...any of you guys concerned about the wiring route here?? It is pretty much strung across where the side curtain airbags are stored and deploy. The wiring could impede the full deployment of the side curtain airbags in the event of a collision!
Why not from the rear headliner, run the wire down the rear pillar and under the lower door sill covers and then to the front like a regular audio cable install. Keeping all wiring away from the airbags is a good and safe practice!
It has something to do with Photobucket. For a while you couldn't display your photos unless you gave them $500.00 (US). Then they relented and now (I guess) you can use the service again. But I've noticed that all of the old photos are blurred like that. Never used Photobucket, never will.
Hello this is my first post to the forum but it has been alot of help to me with my 2010 Ridgeline and I thought some of you would appreciate this.
So after looking at options to replace my stock RTL head unit I stumbled upon Joying's line of Android head units and after a ton of research I...
This is a simple post: I upgraded the OEM HU to a Pioneer DMH-2660NEX.
I followed the install tutorials here. I used the Metra dash kit, the Crux harness and steering wheel control adapters, and the Axxes micro bypass. Other than a couple of hiccups (forgot to reconnect the...
First off would like to say thanks to ROC (Ridgeline Owner's Club) because this site helped me even before I became a member.
I am the owner of a 2006 Honda Ridgeline sadly because it use to belong to my father-in-law before he passed away in November of 2019. I believe that my father-in-law...
06 RT Ridge. I’m ready to junk the whole truck lol. Changed out the stock radio to Pioneer AVH-P4400BH. From the get go the AM/FM reception has been the shits. I re checked the wires to the amplified antenna and everything is good. I started thinking the antenna booster was crap. Went to auto...
Hey everyone, I'm a noob to this forum and am in need of some assistance. I have installed a Python 5906P, a Directed DB3 bypass and am also using a Viper Smartstart module. Be also mindful as this same alarm setup was originally installed in my 06 Acura TL base (auto). Upon installing...