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Pop and Lock Manual Tailgate Lock Installation - 2012 Honda Ridgeline

Today on our 2012 Honda RidgeLine, we're going to review and install the Pop & Lock Custom Tailgate Lock, part number PAL6100. Here's what our Pop & Lock looks like once it's installed. Now let's go ahead and review the features. As we can see, the lock cylinder fits nicely inside the handle bezel and integrates well with the manufacturer's tailgate and handle. The lock assembly is going to come with two keys and it has both the unlock and lock so it'll provide security and not allow our tailgate to come down when it's locked up. Therefore, we can safely store equipment in the back of our RidgeLine. Now, on the inside we have our cover removed so we can see the Pop & Lock mechanism.



WeatherTech Front Floor Mats Review - 2006 Honda Ridgeline

2006 Honda Ridge line we'll be installing and taking a look at the weather tech front auto floor mats in gray. Part number W2460501. Also available in tan are number WT450501, or in black for number WT440501. As you can see, the weather tech auto floor mats have a nice contour here, depth in the contours of the vehicle go all the way around here on the passenger side. It has raised side walls, that's going to keep all the moisture and dirt and debris that can get trapped into the vehicle on the mat and off your carpet. It features nice channels here that your feet will actually sit up on and all the moisture will run off of the channels to keep your feet out of it. It's made out of a rubberized thermal plastic material, that's going to resist any harsh chemical such as gasoline or battery acid and it's going to give a nice grip for your feet. Here on the passenger side, you would get to use one of the factory anchor points so it's going to help hold the mat in place.



WeatherTech Sunroof Wind Deflector Review - 2012 Honda Ridgeline

Today our 2012 Honda Ridgeline. We are going to review an install, the WeatherTech Sunroof Wind Deflector part number WT89103. Now, with the wind deflector installed, once we are traveling, especially at highway speeds, this is going to send that wind up and over the sunroof, so it's going to reduce that wind noise inside when our sunroof is open. Here on the inside, the wind deflector as got a nice tint, so it will deflect for many excessive sun rays that might be coming in at us and with the wind visor installed it will not interfere with the operation of our sunroof, whether that be with the sunroof open, closed, or in the tilt position. There's closed, let's go to open, close again and the tilt position is the back end goes up. Now yo begin our install, we've already got out sunroof open. We are going to set out wind deflector in place. We are going to make sure it's even on both sides and square to the sunroof. Now, our wind deflector is going to have two attachment points, these attachment points are pre-drilled holes, one for each side.



Trailer Brake Controller Installation - 2006 Honda Ridgeline

Today on our 2006 Honda Ridgeline, we'll be installing the Tekonsha PowerTrac Electric Brake Controller, part number 39523. We'll also be using the wiring kit, part number ETBC7 and part number TM75127, which is a wiring harness that plugs in to your brake controller. Now we can hook our trailer up to our vehicle, and test our brake controller. As you can see, it's got a green light. That means we're connected. We'll use the manual override right here, and as you can see, the higher the signal, your light will turn from green to red. You have your dial up here to adjust the level of your brake controller.



Cipa Dual-View Clip-on Towing Mirror Installation - 2006 Honda Ridgeline

Today on our 2006 Honda Ridgeline, we are going install and take a look at the CIPA Dual View Clip On Towing Mirrors, Part Number 11953. This part number is for one mirror so if you want one for the driver and passenger side, you will want to purchase two. As you see with our new towing mirrors in place, I am right behind the vehicle and you can see me in the factory mirror. I will move out a few steps and you can see me in the towing mirror. If I move about 5 or 6 feet away from the vehicle, you can see me in the last mirror. That is the advantage of the CIPA Dual View Mirror as you have three different viewpoints of your trailer when towing behind you. CIPA's new Dual View Clip On Towing Mirror provides better vision when towing your trailer down the road. As you can see, this is what our CIPA Dual Towing Mirror looks like installed on our Honda Ridgeline.



Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2006 Honda Ridgeline

Today in our 2006 Honda Ridgeline, we'll be installing and taking a look at the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part number PW1046. As you can see, this is what our new Glacier tire chain looks like, installed on our Honda. It's constructed with nice, case-hardened, low carbon steel, and the spring rollers are wrapped around a sturdy wire on the cross cables. As you can see, here's the rollers, and that's what actually grips into the snow and ice to give you traction. It's rolled on the outside, so the backside is smooth so it doesn't damage the sidewall of your tire. These are designed for vehicles with a little clearance fender wells. It works great on either the front- or rear-wheel drive vehicles, and the low profile gives you a nice smooth ride.



WeatherTech Side Window Air Deflectors Installation - 2012 Honda Ridgeline

Today on our 2012 Honda Ridgeline we're going to be installing the WeatherTech side window air deflectors with dark tinting for both the front and the rear of the vehicle. Part number WT82397. Now to begin with you'll first need to lower the windows down to about this position for all 4 windows. Next we'll go ahead and take some water and soap. We're going to clean the top edge of each of the windows, and then we'll dry it off to make sure it's nice and clean. We'll do this for all 4 windows making sure that the top edge of the window is nice and clean.



DeeZee Round Polished Nerf Bars Installation - 2012 Honda Ridgeline

Today on our 2012 Honda Ridgeline we're going to be installing the Dee Zee nerf bars in a cab-length 3" round design and a polished stainless steel finish, part number DZ371953. We've already gone ahead and installed the passenger side so you can see what it looks like. You'll see it has a nice stainless steel finish on it. On the top area there's a plastic foot area and it has a built-in pattern so that it gives you nice grip as you're climbing in and out of your vehicle. There's one here at the rear door as well as one up here for the front door. Now the tubes and stuff are a polished stainless steel and the brackets that secure them to the vehicle are of a black powder coat finish.



BAK BAKFlip Hard Tonneau Cover Review - 2012 Honda Ridgeline

Today on our 2012 Honda Ridgeline, were going to be installing the BAK Backflip F1 Hard Tonneau Cover in a folding design out of aluminum and fiber glass, part number BAK72601. Now that weve shows you what the tonneau cover looks like in the folded or closed position, lets go ahead and show you what it looks like in the stored or in the upright position, so you fold the tailgate down. Now to unfold the rear hatch or any of the hatch sections, you can pull on this cable right here that releases the locking mechanism, and you can open it up from either the driver or the passenger side.Now if you look up here, each of the other panels, it has this cable mechanism as well which unlatches the panel as you move forward. Again, you can open it from either side by simply pulling on the cable in order to release the locking mechanism. Well then take one of the pop rods. Youll fold it up, slide it underneath this plastic track here.



Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2007 Honda Ridgeline

All right. Today on this 2007 Honda Ridgeline, we're going to do a test fit on the Rain-X Latitude Windshield Wipers Part Number RX5079280. Couple things to know about this wiper blade that it is designed to meet or exceed OEM's standards. This wiper blade is constructed from a rust-resistant galvanized steel frame and the blade is constructed from all natural rubber with integrated UV inhibitors to protect it from the sunlight. All right. We'll start off our test fit by removing the original wind shield wiper blades, there's a little tab located right here that we push up that will release the blade from the arm.



Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades Installation - 2007 Honda Ridgeline

Today, on a 2007 Honda Ridgeline, were going to do a test fit on part number RX30224 from Rain-X. This is our Weatherbeater Wiper Blade. A couple of things to know about this wiper blade is that it is designed to meet or exceed OEM standards. This wiper blade is constructed from a rust resistant galvanized steel frame, and the blade is constructed from all natural rubber with integrated UV inhibitors to protect it from the sunlight. Well start off our test fit by removing the original wiper blades. Theres a small tab located underneath the arm, that you push up and then you go ahead and pull the blade away.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2007 Honda Ridgeline

Today on this 2007 Honda Ridgeline we're going to install part number 118400 from Curt. First step is to go ahead and lower the tailgate and remove the two screws that attach the tail lights to the vehicle on the drivers side. We'll go ahead and remove the tail lights and then disconnect the wiring harness. Now there's two little tabs. There's one tab that connects the wire harness to the body, you have to push that away to release it and one the second tab we push down and that will allow u s to pull the connector apart. We'll go ahead and repeat the same process over on the passenger side.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Honda Ridgeline - Draw-Tite

Today on this 2007 Honda Ridgeline, were going to install part number 75280 from Draw Tite. This is what the hitch looks like when its installed on the vehicle. Next well go ahead and give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories, such as a ball mount, bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground will be 16 inches, and from the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper will be three and a quarter inches. Now well go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed. Our first step is to go ahead and lower the exhaust and get it out of the way to give us some more working room so we can slide the hitch into place.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Honda Ridgeline - Hidden Hitch

Today on this 2007 Honda Ridgeline, were going to install part number 70754 from Hidden Hitch. This is what the hitch looks like when its installed on the vehicle. Next well go ahead and give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories, such as a ball mount, bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. From the top of the receiver opening down to the ground will be 16 inches, and from the center of the hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper will be three and a quarter inches. Now well go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed. Our first step is to go ahead and lower the exhaust and get it out of the way to give us some more working room so we can slide the hitch into place.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Honda Ridgeline

Today on this 2008 Honda Ridgeline, were going to install part number C55585 from Curt. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and remove the two taillights. You have to open up the tailgate, remove the two fasteners on the inside and then we can pop the taillights loose. Then we need to disconnect the wiring harness. Theres a little tab on the end that you just push away from the connector to loosen it up. Now well go ahead and start installing the wiring harness.



Trailer Wiring Harness Installation - 2008 Honda Ridgeline

Today on this 2008 Honda Ridgeline, were going to install part number 118400 from Tow Ready. The first thing we need to do is go ahead and remove the two taillights. You have to open up the tailgate, remove the two fasteners on the inside and then we can pop the taillights loose. Then we need to disconnect the wiring harness. Theres a little tab on the end that you just push away from the connector to loosen it up. Now well go ahead and start installing the wiring harness.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2007 Honda Ridgeline - Curt

All right today is 2007 Honda Ridgeline were going to install part number 13385 from Curt. All right this is what the hitch looks like once installed on the vehicle. Next well go ahead and give you some measurements to help you out in selecting some accessories such as a ball mount, a bicycle rack or a cargo carrier. The top receiver opening down to the ground, were looking at distance of 16- inches and from the center of our hitch pin hole to the edge of the bumper were looking at distance of 4 inches. All right, now well go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed. First step is go ahead and lower exhaust and get out of the way to give us some more working room so we can slide the hitch into place.



Trailer Hitch Installation - 2008 Honda Ridgeline - Curt

Today on this 2008 Honda Ridgeline, we're going to install Part Number 13385 from Curt. All right. Now, this is what the hitch looks like once installed on the vehicle. Next, we'll go ahead and give you some measurements that will help you out in selecting some accessories such as the bicycle rack, a cargo carrier or a ball mount. From the top of receiver opening down to the ground will be 17 inches and from the center of the hitch pinhole to the edge of the bumper will be 3-3/4 inches. Now, we'll go ahead and show you how the hitch is installed.



Rain-X Latitude Wiper Blades Installation - 2013 Honda Ridgeline

Today on this 2013 Honda Ridgeline well be test fitting the Rain-X latitude wiper blades, driver side part number rx5079279. To begin our test fit well first need to remove the factory or previously installed wiper blades. This vehicle features a J-hook, so we push up on the black button located at the center of the wiper blade and pull the wiper blade down; repeat this step for the opposite side. Now to install the new Rain-X latitude wiper blades, youll take the center of the wiper blade and slide it into the J-hook until you hear a click. Once you hear a click youll know this wiper blade has been successfully installed, repeat the steps for the other side. That completes the test fit for the Rain-X latitude wiper blades, driver side part number rx5079279 on our 2013 Honda Ridgeline..



Rain-X Weatherbeater Wiper Blades Installation - 2013 Honda Ridgeline

Today on this 2013 Honda Ridgeline well be test fitting the Rain-X weather beater rocker blades driver side, part number rx30222. To begin our test fit well first need to remove the factory or previously installed wiper blades. This vehicle features a J-hook, youll first need to push the black button located at the center of the wiper and pull the wiper blade down. Well now install the new Rain-X weather beater rocker blades. Well slide the wiper blade into the J-hook and once you hear a click youll know the wiper blades have been correctly installed. Well repeat the same process for the opposite side and that concludes todays test fit for the Rain-X weather beater rocker blades driver side, part number rx30222 on our 2013 Honda Ridgeline.





Honda Ridgeline Questions

  • For maximum tire wear and performance, trailer tires should always be kept inflated to the maximum psi stated on the tire sidewall. In your case, keep the tires inflated to 65 psi. To see our trailer tire FAQ, click on the provided link.
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  • If your Ridgeline is equipped with the factory tow package, you can use the Tekonsha Wiring Adapter, part # 3070-P to connect a controller. The presence of the factory 7-way trailer connector on the rear bumper is a sure indication that your Ridgeline is equipped with the tow package. To install the controller, simply plug the larger end of the connector into the connector located under the dash. The connector can be found taped to another harness, to the left of the steering...
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  • Disconnecting the factory taillight connectors on the 2012 Honda Ridgeline requires pressing on the correct locking tab on the wiring connector. I produced a short video showing how to disconnect the wiring harness so you can install the T-One Wiring Harness, # 118400, on your vehicle.
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  • According to the information we have, Ridgelines either came with a 7-Way or no trailer connector. Since you added your 4-Way, I assume your Ridgeline did not come with a 7-Way in which case there is no functioning brake controller port underneath the dash. You will need to add a 7-Way, using something like part # ETBC7. It is a kit that includes a 7-Way and all the components you will need to set up your Ridgeline for a brake controller. You would connect the 4-Way you currently...
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  • The cover that you have selected, # CA80042, will fit a pop-up camper up to 18 feet long. The height is 42 inches. Given that your camper has high sidewalls and an air conditioner, you would probably benefit from a slightly larger size. Cover # 052963745030, is 17 feet long, 7 feet wide, and 3 and a half feet tall. The extra length will compensate for the taller side walls and air conditioner. The next size up from this is # CA80043 which fits 18 to 20 foot long campers. Again...
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  • In the 4.80-8 tire size you specified we offer a number of pre-mounted bias-ply-type trailer tire-with-wheel combinations in several load ranges and wheel bolt patterns. The link provided will take you to our page for all available items where you can use the filters in the left-hand margin to narrow the results shown to those that best suit your needs. The two bolt patterns offered are 4-on-4-inch and 5-on-4-1/2-inch; the linked article will help you verify the bolt pattern...
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  • It is possible to install the Peak Wireless Backup Camera, # PKC0RB, on your 2010 Honda Ridgeline. You are correct, the camera portion is connected to the transmitter and to the reverse light wire. The transmitter sends the video to the monitor mounted in the cab. The transmitter needs to be kept out of the elements, so it will need to either be in the cab of the vehicle or in the trunk compartment in the bed of your Ridgeline (as long as it can still transmit without too...
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  • You are not missing anything. The lug nuts can simply be removed, and off comes the tire. The lock is merely providing a deterrent. The vast majority of thieves are looking for the easy grab, anything you can do to slow them down or discourage them is beneficial. Locks serve the purpose of keeping honest people honest, a truly determined thief can defeat virtually any lock. I think a better choice would be part # FETCSTL0701. The lock on this carrier actually sandwiches one...
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  • If your trailer uses electric brakes and if your 2014 Honda Ridgeline has a factory 7-way trailer connector at the back, then you can use a time-delayed type brake controller such as the Curt Venturer # C51110 along with a quick-connect wiring harness # C51392. The link provided will let you see all time-delayed units offered. Time-Delay type brake controllers do not require the careful mounting angles of proportional types (which use internal sensors to determine braking level)...
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  • The Pop and Lock fit guide does list the Custom Tailgate Lock, # PAL6100, as the correct option for a 2011 Honda Ridgeline models with a backup camera only. I called and spoke with my contact and Pop and Lock to verify.
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  • For a 4-way wiring harness for your 2013 Honda Ridgeline you would want to get a Tow Ready Custom Harness # 118400. I attached an installation video for this kit as well as installation instructions for you to check out. Current pricing is available on the product page.
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  • We don't have a video that details how to replace the strap of your K2 Winch like part # K2RASP8219, but I did speak to my contact at K2 and he gave me a brief description of the process. On the winch there is a u-bolt that needs to get removed after feeding the strap all the way out. He said this is pretty obvious and easy to do. Next, there is a pin holding the strap to the spool. On the side of the winch there are a couple of holes. You will need to line the pin up with...
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  • First, if your Ridgeline is all wheel drive (AWD), it must be towed with all 4 wheels on a trailer. If the owners manual states you can flat tow it, you will need to fit the 2006 Honda Ridgeline with base plates, # BX2239. You will then need a compatible tow bar. I recommend the Blue Ox Aventa LX, # BX7445. It is the most popular Blue Ox tow bar. It has a 10,000 pound capacity and it comes with safety cables. You will also need a lighting solution for the vehicle. If you...
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  • From what I was able to find, if your 2011 Honda Ridgeline has a factory installed 7-Way trailer connector, then the harness will be located underneath and to the left of the steering column taped to another wiring harness near the brake pedal. If your Ridgeline did not come with a factory installed 7-Way then you will need to hardwire the brake controller by first installing a 4-Way, if needed, # 118400, and then a 4 and 7-Way Installation Kit, # ETBC7. I have included some...
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  • Vehicles come with some type of transmission cooler from the factory. The tow package on your 2009 Honda Ridgeline may include an upgraded version of the factory transmission cooler. Whether or not an aftermarket transmission cooler is needed depends largely on how much weight you will be towing and how often you plan to tow. Transmission fluid can not be overcooled but in the winter it will need longer to warm up if you add an aftermarket cooler that works in line with your current...
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  • A first step in finding a roof rack and appropriate watercraft carriers for your 2012 Honda Ridgeline Sport is a check of your owners manual (or inquiry to your local dealership) to confirm how much weight the roof can safely handle. I did check an online version of the manual for the 2012 Ridgeline but I was not able to find a roof weight capacity rating. The vehicle roof needs to be able to handle the total combined weight of a roof rack, the water sport carriers you choose,...
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  • The Putco bulb # P237443W-360-S, will fit as the brake/tail light bulb on a 2007 Honda Ridgeline. This part number is for a single bulb. For a pair, use # P237443W360. I have also included a link to all of the light options for a 2007 Honda Ridgeline for you to view.
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  • Since it is recommended to use 2 roller bunk brackets for each individual roller bunk, I recommend adding additional roller bunk brackets and removing the wood bunks. You could use the Boat Trailer Roller Bunk Bracket, # DL21742. This bracket is compatible with the 4 foot and 5 foot Dutton Lainson Roller Bunks, # DL21741 and # DL21740. You will need a total of 8 brackets to mount a 5 foot and a 4 foot roller bunk on each side of the trailer.
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  • The factory brake controller connector under the dash is not all that visible but it is fairly easy to locate. It is a 4-pin connector that is located underneath and left of the steering column. It will be taped to another harness near the brake pedal. Once you locate the connector you will know it is the right one if it mates to the Tekonsha Wire Replacement for Honda Ridgeline and Pilot, item # 3070-P. A little bit of searching is required. Sometimes the connector is completely...
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  • Did your 2010 Honda Ridgeline come equipped with a 7-way plug from the factory? If so, the best choice for your application would be the P2 brake controller and brake control wiring adapter kit # 90885 and # 3070-P. Ridgeline models that are equipped with the factory 7-way are pre-wired with a connector for the brake controller. The # 90885 and # 3070-P brake controller and wiring adapter kit will make the installation on your vehicle very simple, because the unit would...
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