Question about Honda Pilot
This one is pretty simple. First start by removing the sunroof button. It just pops out and has a connector in the back of it. Once removed you can pull the black bezel down, disconnect the lights and garage remote. Then there are four 8mm bolts that you may remove in order to remove the gray bezel.
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Posted on Mar 08, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are only two screws to contend with but they are behind the homelink module. To remove the homelink module you're going to use a butter knife. The blade on a butter knife is smooth and if you can find one without any teeth on it, all the better. Stick the knife into the gap between the homelink module and the left side of console housing and pry down on the homelink module. Repeat for the right side and the homelink module should pop out. Once it's out of the way, remove the two screws that hold the console housing to the roof. Now that those screws are removed all that remains is to grab ahold of the front of the console housing (edge toward the windshield) and pull straight down. It can be painful to do this part since you're inserting fingers into a tight space but remember to be gentle. There are two plastic ears on the housing that slide into slots (common trim panel anchors really) and I can see that it could be possible to break them off if one isn't careful.
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Posted on Sep 29, 2008
open the rear hatch. Next to the brake light assembly, between it and the hatch there are two flap doors in the brake light trim. Take a small flat blade screwdriver and open these doors. The hinge side of the flap is nearest the hatch opening. When opened, the flaps will reveal two screws. Remove these. Then wrap a flat blade screwdriver with some tape (protects the paint) and put the blade at the front outside corner of the brake light assembly. Pry gently rearward and a plastic spear point clip will release. With the assembly off, you can see how to twist out the bulb sockets and replace the bulbs. to replace, put the spear point clip in first, replace the screws, and close the flaps in the trim.
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: honda pilot blower motor stops
When you removed your motor, did you check in the area where the motor mounted to see if there was an obstruction? It could be a bit of insulation or paper... just a thought.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
This is a problematic module. It seems as though the soldering done on the module to complete the circuits was performed without taken into consideration that a vehicle on the road rolls over bumps, and gets warm and cold very quickly. All this points to this being your problem. The module itself is VERY expensive. This is not your only recourse. There are companies that repair these modules, for less than $50.00. email@example.com is the e-mail for David Ruhberg. He will repair the unit, and guarantees his work. To get the module out, there is one screw in the sunglasses compartment, holding the whole overhead console to the roof of the vehicle. Once it's removed, you need to lightly wiggle and pry the console until it comes separated from the friction catches. After that, remove the connector from the module, and remove the module from the console. The vehicle will run fine without the module.
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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