The all new REMOTE ENGINE STARTER SYSTEM is designed to provide convenience for Honda owners living in cold or hot climate conditions. Warm-up your vehicle in the winter, or cool it down in the summer. The remote emits a signal to the receiver unit that commands the vehicle system to start and stop the engine. UP TO 200 FT RANGE with the vehicle and remote. COMMAND BUTTON to prevent accidental engine starts/stop. AUTOMATICALLY activates vehicle climate control and defroster. TWO-WAY REMOTE SYSTEM that lets you know your vehicle's status. APPLIES TO VEHICLES with Automatic Climate Control. See your Owner's Manual.
Part Number:08E91-E22-101A Application: All 2011 Odyssey EXCEPT LX Note: Requires remote engine starter attachment
You'll soon be zipping in and out of parking spots you may have previously passed over as too small with the Back Up Sensor Kit. Help yourself in or out of a tight spot, while helping to protect your paint (and the paint on other people's cars, too). Color-matched to your vehicle. Four sensors emit audible beeps into the cabin while you back-up, signaling objects as you approach them. Those beeps quicken as your vehicle gets closer to objects. - Two center sensors give off a lower pitched "beep." - Two corner sensors give off a higher pitched "beep." On/off switch is mounted to the interior on the "D" pillar, to silence the system when you don't want to use it. A separate Back-Up Sensor Attachment is required for installation.
Application: All 2011 Odyssey Note: Requires back-up sensor attachment
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If you live in an area that experiences freezing temperatures, you may already know just how important an Engine Block Heater is. Not only will your car start faster in freezing temperatures, but you'll greatly reduce wear and tear on your battery and engine. Solid brass encased heating element is reliable and durable. Faster warm-up time of the engine allows the heater and defroster to warm up more quickly too. Simple to use. Just plug the heater's cord into a normal household outlet.