Installation Supplement for Honda/Acura


Filed Under (Honda) by Doe Namblas on 04-10-2015

Installation Instructions:
1. Pull vehicle into service bay and access center console. 2. Disconnect both battery terminals. These cables must be disconnected during installation to insure proper initialization of the DICE module when it is connected. 3. Remove any trim that may need to be removed to gain access to the screws/bolts holding the radio in place. On some vehicles, this may require removing the trim around the shifter and removing the coin and cup holders, finally getting to the trim surrounding the radio. 4. When the radio screws,bolts can be accessed use the proper tool to remove the screw or bolt. Usually a 10mm socket or Phillips screw driver will be needed. When the radio is being removed, use care not to damage the dash as the radio case has sharp edges and can easily scratch plastic surfaces. We recommend using a cloth to wrap the radio to prevent this from happening.5.… Read More

2007 Honda Odyssey MusicLink For i-Pod Installation Manual


Filed Under (Honda) by Doe Namblas on 04-08-2015

TOOL AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED #2 Phillips screwdriver Flat-tip screwdriver Diagonal cutters Scissors Ratchet 10 mm Socket 10 mm Combination wrenches Drill motor Drill bit (3 mm) 19 mm Hole saw (3/4″) Electrical tape Felt-tip pen Pushpin Eye protection Isopropyl alcohol.
INSTALLATION 1. Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the radio, then write down the frequencies for the preset buttons. 2. Disconnect the negative cable from the battery. If the your vehicle is equipped with a navigation system, go to step 22 ; if not, continue with step 3. 3. Place the shift lever in the N (Neutral) position. 4. Remove the center panel (ten clips and disconnect the connectors). 5. Remove the audio unit (three self-tapping screws, two clips, and disconnect the vehicle connector). 6. Remove the damper arm cover and disconnect the arm. 7. Open the glove box and remove the two stoppers by releasing the two retaining tabs.… Read More

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Filed Under (Uncategorized) by Doe Namblas on 03-08-2015

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!… Read More

2005 Honda Pilot AIR DEFLECTOR Installation Instructions


Filed Under (Honda) by Doe Namblas on 25-07-2015

Download Customer Information: The information in this installation instruction is intended for use only by skilled technicians who have the proper tools, equipment, and training to correctly and safely add equipment to your vehicle. These procedures should not be attempted by “do-it-yourselfers.” NOTE: Be careful not to damage the body finish when you install the air deflector. This air deflector should be installed only when the ambient air temperature is 60°F (15°C) or above 1. Open the hood. Locate the two outer square holes on the inside of the hood. Push one plastic grommet into each outer square hole. 2. Clean the front edge of the hood with the alcohol pad included in the kit. 3. Locate the dimpled area at the inside edge of the hood. While wearing eye protection, drill a 10 mm hole through each of the two dimpled areas. To prevent drilling through the inner panel, wrap masking tape around the drill bit at a point 10 mm away from the tip.… Read More

Honda Pilot FWD/4WD ReadyLift Part# 69-8010 Installation Guide


Filed Under (Honda) by Doe Namblas on 08-07-2015

Position truck on a flat surface and lift vehicle by the frame so that the front wheels are off the ground. Use a minimum 3 ton jack stands and place under frame for safety or a (2) two post lift if available. Make sure that the emergency brake is on and the rear wheels are blocked to prevent a rollout.
1. Open the hood and set at highest setting. Remove the front wheels. Starting on the driver side. 2. Use a flat screwdriver to remove windshield wiper access panel . 3. Remove the three 14mm upper strut nuts. Remove the brake line support bracket using a 12mm wrench. 4. Use a 10mm wrench and remove the ABS line support bracket bolt. 5. Unbolt and remove the front sway bar end link. You will not reuse this part. 6. A 24mm wrench and socket will be needed to remove the lower strut mounting bolts.… Read More

Audi A4 DVD GPS Navigation System Installing Guide


Filed Under (Audi) by Doe Namblas on 04-07-2015

Download The AudiA4DVD Navigation Unit is really Powerful, while the installation for Audi A4 is Easy. Don’t be scared away by the apperanceand those complex wires. Follow the installation pictures below, be scared away by the apperanceand those complex wires. Follow the installation pictures below, be scared away by the apperanceand those complex wires. Follow the installation pictures below, be scared away by the apperanceand those complex wires. Follow the installation pictures below, you will know it is really”plug and play”. you will know it is really”plug and play”. you will know it is really”plug and play”. you will know it is really”plug and play”. 1. This is the original car radio. Please use the special keys fort he disassembly. 2. Putt he four special key sin tot he holes,then pul lout the original CD module. 3. The plugs on the r ear oft he original CD module after pul li tout.… Read More



Filed Under (Other Manuals) by Doe Namblas on 21-06-2015

Download 1. Detach window moldings and vinyl top side moldings. 2. Remove old top. 3. Clean/remove old glue from the vehicle top, pillar post and valance using Ditzler Wax & Grease Remover or equivalent product. NOTE: The wax & grease remover will need to soak into old glue for a minimum of 5 minutes to soften it. Remove old glue by scraping with razor blade. and wipe roof dry. 4. Clean roof with soap and hot water. Wipe top clean. FIG.1 5. Using roof side reference points determine the center of the roof. (See Fig. 1) C = Center 6. Measure the center deck width (between the two (A) seams) of your new Legendary Auto Interiors, Ltd. vinyl top. 7. After you have determined your center deck width divide this number in half and then measure from the top center line out to determine the placement location of the seams (A).… Read More

2000 Acura RSX Progress Technology Anti-Sway Bar


Filed Under (Acura) by Doe Namblas on 08-06-2015

Download 1. Park vehicle on a smooth, level, asphalt or concrete surface. Block rear wheels. Jack up front end of car and support with jackstands. Remove front wheels and tires. Separate the exhaust behind the catalytic converter and unplug the oxygen sensors. Remove stock (OEM) sway bar and brackets. Leave endlink attached to the lower control arm. 2. Locate the pivot “D shaped” polyurethane bushings and tube of special grease supplied in the hardware kit. Cut the end off the grease tube and apply the grease to the bore of the polyurethane bushings (in the hole) and the face of the bushing that comes in contact with the bushing stop. Open the bushings and snap them over the new Anti-roll Bar, as positioned on the stock bar. Place the new brackets (supplied) over the pivot bushings. Using the hardware provided, attach the bar and brackets to the stock mounting locations. Make sure to place backing plate between the chassis and the bushing bracket.… Read More



Filed Under (Audi) by Doe Namblas on 29-05-2015

Download Tools needed: T20 screwdriver/bit T25 screwdriver/bit T30 screwdriver/bit 10mm deep reach socket and suitable ratchet Sharp Stanley knife or Dremel Brake pipe/hose clamp Jack and axle stands. STEP 1 Park vehicle securely, jack the front of the car and support on axle stands so that the front wheels are clear of the ground , raise the bonnet. Now remove the two plastic trims which cover the lights by pulling the trim in the direction indicated by arrow “A” from under the slam panel. Then pull off cover in the direction of the arrow “B” to completly remove the trim. STEP 2 Now the covers have been removed you will be able to see the back of the light. Unplug the connecter from behind the headlight on the passenger side, by pushing down where indicated and pulling the plug backwards in the direction of wiring. Repeat for the drivers side headlight.… Read More

Honda SKI/Snowboard ATTACHMENT Installation Instruction


Filed Under (Honda) by Doe Namblas on 10-05-2015

TOOLS REQUIRED Phillips screwdriver INSTALLATION NOTE: •The ski/snowboard attachments are designed to be used exclusively with a Honda roof rack, which is sold separately. If the vehicle is not equipped with a roof rack, have the recommended roof rack on hand, and install the roof rack before installing the ski/snowboard attachment. The ski/snowboard attachments may be installed either with both on the driver’s side or with both on the passenger’s side. Installing the Attachments on the Driver’s Side 1. Position the ski/snowboard attachment on the crossbar of the roof rack with the key cylinder facing toward you. 2. Install the rubber spacer into the holder, and insert the holder into the ski/snowboard attachment. Install one bolt with a lock washer and a plain washer through the hole in the rubber spacer and into the attachment. 3. Install the other rubber spacer, bolt and washers the same way, and tighten the bolts securely.… Read More