Special Tools Required
*Available through the Honda Tool and Equipment Program; call 888-424-6857
Put on gloves to protect your hands.
Take care not to scratch the dashboard, the body or the other related parts.
Take care not to bend the brackets.
Use the appropriate tool from the KTC trim tool set to avoid damage when removing components.
Remove the dashboard/steering hanger beam.
Remove these items from the dashboard:
Gauge control module
Dashboard center lower cover
Audio unit, without navigation system ('9-11 models)
Audio unit, without navigation system ('12-13 model)
Audio-navigation unit, with navigation system ('9-11 models)
Audio-navigation unit, with navigation system ('12-13 model)
Heater control panel, without A/C
Heater-A/C control panel, with A/C
GPS antenna, with navigation system
Dashboard center lower trim
Passenger's tray lid
On the front of the driver's side of the dashboard, detach the harness clip (A).
On the back of both sides of the dashboard, disconnect the tweeter connectors (A), then detach the harness clips (B) from both sides. The driver's side is shown; the passenger's side is similar.
With navigation system ('9-11 models): On the back of the passenger's side of the dashboard, disconnect the USB subharness connector (A) from the USB adapter unit (B), then release the USB subharness (C) from the harness clip (D).
With navigation system: On the passenger's side of the dashboard, release the hooks (A), then remove the USB subharness holder (B) along with the USB subharness (C).
From the back of the dashboard (A), release the hooks (B), and remove the center joint duct (C).
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