467 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Honda Ridgeline. 57 of these members
(12.2%) have reported electrical repairs for their car.
A total of 87 electrical repairs to Honda Ridgelines--an average of 0.2 per
vehicle--have been reported.
D3 switch never worked from the time I bought it used with 6K miles on it. They tried to repair the switch and was not successful so they ordered a new one for which I had to return a second time. Installed new D3 switch.
All warning lights on dash were flashing. ECU power failure code was thrown. Dealer cleaned batt terminals, if it happens again, needs new ECU. Oil and trans fluid changed also.
Had to change bulbs for the following switches, requiring a removal of the dash trim: VTM-4, select/reset, cabin light, and VSA off.
No cost to date other than maintainence.
Driver's door gasket had to be replaced 3 times.
passenger heater seat button light burned out and is being replaced under warrenty.
Have owned Ridgeline since April 27, 2005
Needs fan motor,blower transitor, and wiring harness. 4 dealers have harness, but will not release part? Truck is down at shop. Just went thru Gustav and need truck but too hot to drive without aircondition. 4 harnesses in the country and wont send ...
They finally were able to get the Blower transistor, Blower Motor and sub harness which took the longest. What was sad, there were 5 dealers in the country that wouldnot release the subharness, Honda had to go to the vendor and order more subharnesses.
Would not start. Brought to dealer. Replaced immobilizer unit and both keys' batteries. Went to pick it up, would not start again. Replaced PCM, fixed. Gave me a rental car while they had it.