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The Honda Ridgeline is a mid-size pickup truck that Honda, a Japanese automaker, launched in North America in March 2005. It was designed by Honda's Research and Development Americas engineering team and manufactured in Ontario, Canada. The Ridgeline shares production lines with other Honda models like the Acura MDX, CSX, Civic, and Civic Si. In its debut year, it was honored as the 2006 North American Car of the Year and Canadian Car of the Year in the truck category. The first-generation Ridgeline, released in 2005 for the 2006 model year, was Honda's first venture into the American pickup truck market. It targeted customers seeking a transition from sedans, minivans, or SUVs to pickup trucks. The first-gen Ridgeline offered standout features like firm front bucket seats, oversized side mirrors, 12 storage compartments, 6 cupholders, and boasted the best rear legroom in the mid-size pickup category. The first-generation model was discontinued in 2014. The second-generation Ridgeline, launched in June 2016 for the 2017 model year, introduced a new design based on the "global light truck platform". It retained many features of its predecessor and incorporated innovative cargo-carrying solutions. Honda enhanced the truck's front structure strength by 17%, rear sturdiness by 31%, and reinforced or changed 50% of the chassis components, reducing the weight by an average of 78 lb (35 kg). Despite a strong sales start, the second-generation Ridgeline saw a 12% decline in the subsequent year.

The Honda Ridgeline, an SUT that combines features of traditional trucks and pickups, faces typical problems after years of heavy-duty tasks such as hauling, towing, and loading. Engine issues often appear when a vehicle ages; however, premature failure can be avoided by paying attention to warning signs like a tapping sound while driving, white smoke on starting, rough running, reduced engine performance, or difficulty in starting. An illuminated Check Engine Light may require a thorough inspection of the oil filter, air filter, rod bearing, and oxygen sensor. Additionally, suspension and braking system failures are reported problems. If you notice a loud clicking sound when turning, difficulty controlling the vehicle due to a loose steering wheel, or unusual vibrations, it could indicate issues with the sway bar link, control arm, axle shaft, or sway bar bushing. Brake pad set and brake disc failures also contribute to braking issues. To ensure the overall longevity of your Ridgeline, invest more efforts into maintenance, including replacing the wiper blade every six months for optimal visibility. The antenna, headlights, and fog lights also require routine checks and maintenance.

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Honda Ridgeline Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to check and replace the Cooling Fan Assembly on Honda Ridgeline?
    A: On 2007 Acura MDX models, remove the radiator before removing the cooling fan assembly. If the engine is getting hot (or overheating) and neither of the cooling fans are coming on, check their fuses first. If the fuses are okay unplug the electrical connector for each fan motor and apply battery voltage to each one. Use a fused jumper wire on terminal A and another jumper wire going to the ground on terminal B. If either fan motor doesn't come on, replace it. If the fan motors are okay, check the fan relay(s). Locate the fan relays in the engine compartment fuse/relay box and in the smaller additional relay box in front of the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). Test the relays. If the fuses, motors and relays are functional, check all wiring and connections to the fan motors. if no obvious problems are found have the cooling fan system and circuits diagnosed by a dealer service department or repair shop with the proper diagnostic equipment. Remove the battery and battery tray. Remove the plastic cover over the radiator. Disconnect all electrical connectors and separate the wire harnesses on the fan shroud assemblies except for the harnesses attached directly to the fan motors. Remove the ground cable attached to the radiator support, if equipped. Drain the cooling system. if the coolant is relatively new or in good condition, save it and reuse it. Detach the upper radiator hose from the radiator and position it aside for access. Remove the hood latch. Remove the lower engine splash shield. Remove the bracket for the hood latch. Remove the radiator (driver's side) fan assembly mounting bolts pull the assembly up slightly (to release the bottom mounts) and then remove it through the opening created by the removed battery and tray. Remove the condenser fan assembly (passenger side) upper and lower mounting bolts, then remove the fan assembly through the opening mentioned in the previous sentence. To detach the fan from the motor, remove the motor shaft nut. To detach the fan motor from the shroud, remove the mounting screws. Installation is the reverse of removal. Be sure that the hood latch is properly aligned when installed. Be sure to fill the cooling system with the proper mixture of antifreeze and water and to check for leaks after the vehicle has reached normal operating temperature.
  • Q: How to remove the front heater core?
    A: If removing the front heater core, discharge the air conditioning system first, but this isn't needed for rear heater core removal. Disconnect the battery's negative cable and drain the cooling system. For models except 2007 Acura MDX: Mark the heater control valve cable before disconnecting. Detach the heater hoses and evaporator lines at the firewall. Remove the heater core, evaporator housing, and instrument panel. Installation follows the removal steps in reverse. For the 2007 Acura MDX: Disconnect the air conditioning lines and remove the heater core housing. Access the lower heater duct by folding the carpet back. Slide the housing towards the vehicle's rear to remove. For the rear heater core: Remove the center console, detach heater hoses, and adjust the housing to extract the heater core. Installation mirrors removal. After all procedures, reconnect the battery, refill the cooling system, and have the AC system serviced.