Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 3
Service Bulletin 05-047

Service Bulletin

05-047

Service Bulletin 05-047

Applies To: 2003–04 MDX – ALL

December 23, 2005

2003–04 MDX: Remote Audio Controls Do Not Work Properly

(Supersedes 05-047, dated December 9, 2005, to update the information indicated by the black bars)

2005, to update the information indicated by the black bars) SYMPTOM The steering wheel audio controls

SYMPTOM

The steering wheel audio controls are not responding properly. For example, you press the volume down button and the radio station changes.

PROBABLE CAUSE

The steering wheel audio switch has a ground wire connected to a tab on the steering wheel that is not providing a good enough ground.

CORRECTIVE ACTION

Install a new ground tab, and move the wire to the new tab.

PARTS INFORMATION

Ground Tab: P/N 78508-S3V-305

Torx bolts (2 required): P/N 90134-S7S-N81

REQUIRED MATERIALS

Wool Felt (One roll will repair 45 vehicles):

P/N 06993-SA5-000

WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION

In warranty: The normal warranty applies.

Operation Number: 7370A6

Flat Rate Time:

0.5 hours

Failed Part:

P/N 53200-S3V-A02

Defect Code:

06403

Symptom Code:

03280

Template ID:

05-047A

Skill Level:

Repair Technician

Out of warranty: Any repair performed after warranty expiration may be eligible for goodwill consideration by the District Parts and Service Manager or your Zone Office. You must request consideration, and get a decision, before starting work.

DIAGNOSIS

Test the steering wheel audio controls to see if they react properly. For example, if you press on the volume control, and the radio station changes, proceed to the REPAIR PROCEDURE.

REPAIR PROCEDURE

NOTE: Before doing any repairs or services, review the SRS components in this area.

• Refer to section 23 of the 2003–06 MDX Service Manual, or

• Online, enter keyword SRS, and select SRS Component Location Index and SRS Service and Precautions.

1. Make sure you have the anti-theft codes for the audio and navigation system (if equipped). Write down the audio station presets.

2. Disconnect the negative battery cable. Wait at least 3 minutes before continuing.

3. Remove the access panel from under the steering wheel.

4. Unplug the cable reel 4P connector from the driver’s airbag 4P connector.

CABLE REEL 4P CONNECTOR ACCESS PANEL DRIVERS AIRBAG
CABLE REEL
4P CONNECTOR
ACCESS
PANEL
DRIVERS AIRBAG

4P CONNECTOR

NOTE: When unplugged, the driver’s airbag connector is automatically shorted.

© 2005 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved

BTB 30143-31614 (0512)

1 of 3

5. Remove the two steering wheel covers. Use a Torx T30 bit to remove the
5. Remove the two steering wheel covers. Use a Torx
T30 bit to remove the two Torx bolts, then throw the
torx bolts away. Unplug the horn wire, and remove
the driver’s airbag.
DRIVER'S
AIRBAG
STEERING
WHEEL
STEERING
COVER
WHEEL
COVER
TORX
BOLTS

(Discard.)

6. Install the new ground tab.

• Remove the upper screw from the steering wheel audio control switch assembly.

• Install the new ground tab, and reinstall the screw.

UPPER AUDIO

CONTROL SWITCH

SCREW NEW (Reinstall.) GROUND TAB AUDIO CONTROL WOOL FELT SWITCH
SCREW
NEW
(Reinstall.)
GROUND
TAB
AUDIO
CONTROL
WOOL FELT
SWITCH

(Cover the lower audio control switch screw.)

7. Apply a 15 mm x 15 mm piece of wool felt as shown over the lower mounting screw for the steering wheel audio control switch assembly.

8. Move the steering wheel audio control ground wire from its old location to the newly-installed ground tab.

from its old location to the newly-installed ground tab. STEERING WHEEL AUDIO CONTROL GROUND WIRE (Move

STEERING WHEEL AUDIO CONTROL GROUND WIRE

(Move to new ground tab.)

9. Tighten the old ground tab so that it doesn’t come loose and rattle or vibrate:

• Disconnect the horn connector.

• Tighten the screw.

• Reconnect the horn connector.

Remove horn Insert screwdriver through hole to tighten old ground tab screw. connector. 2 1
Remove horn
Insert screwdriver
through hole to tighten
old ground tab screw.
connector.
2
1
10. Reinstall the driver's airbag using new Torx bolts.
Torque the bolts to 9.8 N·m (7.2 lb-ft).
11. Reinstall the steering wheel covers.

12. Reconnect the negative battery cable.

13. Enter the anti-theft codes for the radio and the navigation system (if equipped), then enter the audio station presets.

14. Check the operation of the remote audio switches.

15. Do the idle learn procedure:

• Make sure all electrical items are turned off, then start the engine.

• Let the engine reach its normal operating temperature (the cooling fan cycles twice).

• Let the engine idle (throttle fully closed and with all electrical items off) for 10 minutes.

16. When you start the engine, check that the SRS system indicator comes on and then goes off after a few seconds.

17. Initialize the driver’s window auto-up feature:

• Turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

• Make sure the driver’s window is fully closed.

• Push down and hold the window switch. Make sure the window goes all the way down.

• Pull back and hold the window switch. Make sure the window goes all the way up, then hold the switch for at least 2 more seconds.

18. On vehicles without navigation, set the clock.