Question about Honda Pilot
It's a very soft sound. My daughter describes it as the sound of our front loading washer agitating.
Do you have cd in the player-take them all out and see if noise continues-you could also find the fuse for the radio and pull it to see if that stops the noise- cheers Denny
Posted on Nov 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The noise is coming from your blend door motor, you just need to replace it and it would go away. is not hard you can take the glove box off and you can see it and hear it at the same time there are two one closer to the center console and the other one is closer to the right kick panel. but you can see it them you take off the glove box. it's easy to replaced two screws and a guide stud.
Posted on Jan 10, 2012
The only way to fix your problem is to have a radio repair shop take it apart. You cannot fix this on your own. Remove the radio or get a quote from a repair shop first. If you cannot find a repair shop , talk to the parts guys at you local ford dealer about sending it out for repair.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
well, i don't know if it was much of a solution. I figured out there was only one resevoir for the front and rear washer fluid...located the hose going to the rear and disconnected it from the electric pump attaced to the resevoir. Once the hose was disconnected i activated the pump and the fluid shot out of the pump indicating it was working. So, i figured it must be some kinda blockage in the hose line...so, i pushed air through the line in hopes that it might work to clear it out...well, don't know if that was the trick but when i reconnected the hose it worked!
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
check the wiring to the washer pump - its on the bottom of the washer bottle, disconnect the connector to the rear washer pump (do them both)
and clean up the contacts with sandpaper -
you can try swapping the connectors over and see if the front washer connector will power the rear washer, if so the problem is a fuse or the rear washer switch is broken.
Tell me how you get on and I'll advise further.
This way you can prove both pumps work, if the rear pump wont work off the front pump cable then the pump is at fault and needs replacing.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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