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2006 Honda Ridgeline Questions

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Sounds like a lifter or valve tap. No check engine light. Runs fine except for noise.

Every time I unlock the in bed trunk it blows the power door lock fuse. I hope there is a way to bypass this so I won't have to do any rewiring.

Does seem to have a high volume of air flow

Even when lid is clearly closed it wont shut off. How can I bypass this. My security alarm will not turn on if this light doesn't turn off.

Alwaysbeenaproblem.Icannotengagethesecuritysystemwithoutthissensorworking.

Turn signals do not work and light stays on dash for the left signal.

If I engage VTM-4 lock before light is on then disengage, the AWD works fine and warning light remains off. VTM-4 lock will only work if engaged while warning light is off.

It is similar to the noise when the back window is left open but louder. The only time the noise stops is when I brake.

Happened after replacing shocks, constantly squeaks

I know how to remove and replace the compressor, I have the parts, the tools, and I know that the compressor is the issue 100%,I'm just having trouble getting it out, the last time I had to take it out I had to remove many parts and it took a lot of work and time. If someone knows an easier way to get it out please let me know, or even a video link would help, I have done many searches with no results, all help is appreciated, thank you.

The Honda mechanic said 40-50% of timing belt replacement or water pump replacement will result in rear main bearing seal leak.

Check engine light stays on and computer code P0420 shows up on EM test!