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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Application
Publications No.
AII 22903-22963
SUBWOOFER
ODYSSEY
Issue Date
MAY 2002
PARTS LIST
Subwoofer Kit:
P/N 08A39-EP7-100
2 Cushion tapes
Subwoofer
8 Wire ties
(1 not used)
2 Wire ties with clip
(Not used)
Owner’s manual
Subwoofer Attachment Kit:
P/N: 08B39-EP7-100
Fuse seal
Subwoofer bracket
Subwoofer harness
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED
#2 Phillips screwdriver
Flat-tip screwdriver
Stubby Phillips screwdriver
8 mm, 10 mm, and 14 mm Combination wrenches
8 mm, 10 mm, and 14 mm Sockets
Awl
Drill
3 Cushions
3 mm drill bit
20 mm Hole saw
Isopropyl alcohol
Subwoofer switch
Tape measure
Center punch
Ratchet
Torque wrench
Shop towel
Diagonal cutters
Utility knife
4 flange bolts, 6 x 12 mm
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Illustration of the Subwoofer Installed on the
Vehicle
RADIO
DRIVER’S
UNDER-DASH
FUSE/RELAY
BOX
3.
SUBWOOFER
SWITCH
Remove the console panel:
•
Move the gear selector to the 1 position.
•
Using a small flat-tip screwdriver wrapped with
a shop towel, gently pry out and remove the
switch cover or fog light switch, if equipped.
•
Reach inside the cover switch hole, gently pull
along the bottom to release the lower clips, and
work toward the top to release all ten clips.
•
Pull out the console panel, unplug the vehicle
connectors, and remove the panel.
SUBWOOFER
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
Without Navigation System:
INSTALLATION
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
Customer Information: The information in this
installation instruction is intended for use only by
skilled technicians who have the proper tools,
equipment, and training to correctly and safely add
equipment to your vehicle. These procedures should
not be attempted by “do-it-yourselfers.”
NOTE:
• LX and EX models without navigation. If the vehicle
is equipped with an optional CD changer under the
driver’s seat, the CD changer must be relocated
under the front passenger’s seat, in place of the
front passenger’s under seat storage tray.
•
EX model with navigation. If the vehicle is equipped
with the an optional CD changer under the driver’s
seat, the subwoofer cannot be installed.
1.
If equipped, make sure you have the anti-theft
code for the radio, then write down the frequencies
for the preset buttons.
2.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
CLIPS (10)
RADIO
TAB
SWITCH COVER OR
FOG LIGHT SWITCH
(If equipped)
CONSOLE
PANEL
With Navigation System:
NAVIGATION UNIT VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
CLIPS (10)
TAB
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
SWITCH COVER OR
FOG LIGHT SWITCH
(If equipped)
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CONSOLE
PANEL
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4.
Remove the radio or navigation unit (bolts, screws;
unplug the connectors and the antenna lead.)
5.
Remove the fuel fill door opener knob.
Without Navigation System:
ANTENNA
LEAD
RADIO
FUEL FILL
DOOR
OPENER
KNOB
DOOR
SILL TRIM
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
CLIP
BOLT
CLIP
With Navigation System:
6.
Pry up on the clips, and remove the driver’s door
sill trim. Be careful not to damage the clips.
7.
Pull up the door opening trim, and unscrew the
plastic screw securing the kick panel. Remove the
kick panel by pulling it out toward you.
NAVIGATION
UNIT
SCREW
PLASTIC SCREW
ANTENNA
LEAD
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
BOLT
KICK
PANEL
CLIP
DOOR
OPENING TRIM
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8.
Remove the driver’s dashboard lower cover (one
self-tapping screw and three clips). On EX model,
unplug the climate control 2-pin connector from the
sensor.
CLIPS (3)
10. Remove the rear seat rail cover from the driver’s
seat by pulling to release the three clips.
DRIVER’S
SEAT
CLIMATE CONTROL
2-PIN CONNECTOR
(EX model only)
REAR SEAT
RAIL COVER
SENSOR
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
9.
DRIVER’S
DASHBOARD
LOWER COVER
CLIPS (3)
Remove the driver’s seat inside seat rail covers.
NOTE: If equipped with the optional CD changer,
the CD changer must be removed and relocated
under the passenger’s seat at this time.
11. Slide the driver’s seat all the way back. Remove
the four bolts that secure the driver’s seat side
rails to the floor. Tilt the seat back out of the way.
Be careful not to stretch the harness or you could
damage the harness clip.
DRIVER’S
SEAT
VEHICLE
HARNESS
Remove the wire
tie with clip from
the air vent
under the carpet.
DRIVER’S
SEAT
BOLTS (4)
INSIDE SEAT
RAIL COVER
CLIPS
(Pull forward.)
CLIPS (2)
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12. Under the floor carpet, remove the wire tie with clip
from the air vent.
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13. Using a utility knife, slit the the rearward side of
the existing floor carpet opening an additional
60 mm in the area shown. Be careful not to
damage the wire harnesses concealed under the
floor carpet.
17. Continue routing the subwoofer harness toward the
dashboard along the vehicle harness.
DRIVER’S SEAT
FLOOR CARPET
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
(Move the
harness to
the end of
the slit.)
VEHICLE
HARNESS
60 mm
EXISTING FLOOR
CARPET OPENING
18. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel,
thoroughly clean the areas where the cushion
tapes will attach. Secure the subwoofer harness to
the floor panel with two cushion tapes in the areas
shown.
Cut this side an
additional 60 mm.
14. Move the vehicle harness(es) to the end of the
new slit you just made in the carpet.
19. Route the subwoofer harness up to the driver’s
under-dash fuse/relay box.
Routing the Subwoofer Harness
15. Lift up the floor carpet. Route the subwoofer
harness under the floor carpet and pull the
subwoofer harness 8-pin connector out through the
new slit in the floor carpet you just made.
370 mm
CUSHION
TAPE
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS 8-PIN
CONNECTOR
(Pull out through
the new slit in
the floor carpet.)
DRIVER’S UNDER-DASH
FUSE/RELAY BOX
VEHICLE
HARNESS
HOOD
RELEASE
HANDLE
FLOOR
CARPET
(Turn
over.)
VEHICLE
HARNESS
WIRE TIE
SLIT
20. Secure the subwoofer harness to the vehicle
harness with three wire ties in the areas shown.
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
16. Adjust the length of the subwoofer harness so that
the distance from the slit in the floor carpet to the
end of the subwoofer harness 8-pin connector is
370 mm.
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21. Attach the fuse label (“OPTION 7.5A”) to the fuse
holder on the subwoofer harness.
DRIVER’S
UNDERDASH FUSE/
RELAY BOX
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
6-PIN
CONNECTOR
23. Secure the subwoofer harness to the vehicle
harness with a wire tie.
FUSE LABEL
(“OPTION 7.5A”)
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
DRIVER’S
UNDER-DASH
FUSE/RELAY
BOX
WIRE TIE
FUSE
HOLDER
24. Route the subwoofer harness above the steering
column and toward the console panel opening.
Secure the harness to the vehicle harness with two
wire ties.
Plug in the subwoofer harness
6-pin connector here.
22. Plug the subwoofer harness 6-pin connector into
the appropriate socket of the driver’s under-dash
fuse/relay box as shown.
OTHER HARNESS
6-PIN CONNECTOR
SUB
WOOFER
HARNESS
6-PIN
CONNECTOR
STEERING
COLUMN
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
NOTE: If another accessory harness 6-pin
connector is already plugged into the driver’s
under-dash fuse/relay box socket, unplug that
connector and plug it into the optional 6-pin
connector taped to the harness.
DUMMY CONNECTOR
(Remove and discard)
VEHICLE
HARNESS
6-PIN
CONNECTOR
taped to
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
WIRE TIE
SUBWOOFER HARNESS
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25. Connect the subwoofer harness 20-pin connector
to the vehicle 20-pin connector.
NOTE: If the vehicle is equipped with a in-vehicle
entertainment system (i-VES), connect the
subwoofer harness 20-pin connector to the
in-vehicle entertainment system harness.
Installing the Subwoofer Bracket
27. Remove and retain the four screws from the
subwoofer.
SCREW (Reuse.)
IN-CAR
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR AIR HOSE
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
SUBWOOFER
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
20-PIN
CONNECTOR
28. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel,
thoroughly clean the areas where the cushions will
attach. Attach the three cushions to the subwoofer
bracket in the areas shown.
SUBWOOFER
BRACKET
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS 2-PIN
CONNECTOR
VEHICLE
20-PIN
CONNECTOR
65 mm
85 mm
5 mm
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
20-PIN
CONNECTOR
WIRE TIE
CUSHION
(3)
VEHICLE
HARNESS
5 mm
26. Secure the subwoofer harness to the vehicle
harness with a wire tie:
•
Route the subwoofer harness over the in-car
temperature sensor air hose (transparent
corrugated tube) and out through the console
panel opening.
•
Route the subwoofer harness 2-pin connector
out through the small switch opening as shown.
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29. Position the subwoofer on the subwoofer bracket,
and reinstall the four screws removed in step 27.
31. Connect the subwoofer harness 8-pin connector to
the subwoofer.
SUBWOOFER
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
8-PIN CONNECTOR
SUBWOOFER
SEAT BOLT (reused)
Torque to: 34 N·m
(25 lbf·ft)
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
WIRE TIE
WITH CLIP
SEAT BOLT (reused)
Torqueto: 34 N·m
(25 lbf·ft)
SUBWOOFER
BRACKET
SUBWOOFER HARNESS
(Route under the
subwoofer bracket.)
SCREW
(reused)
30. Attach the subwoofer assembly to the seat bracket
with the four 6 x 12 mm flange bolts from the
attachment kit.
6 x 12 mm
FLANGE
BOLT
SUBWOOFER
BRACKET
32. Push the wire tie with clip removed in step 12 into
the hole in the subwoofer bracket to secure the
vehicle harness.
33. Reinstall driver's seat with the four seat bolts.
Torque the seat bolts to 34 N·m (25 lbf·ft) Slide the
seat back and forth to verify that wire harnesses
are not pinched or pulled taut.
SEAT BRACKET
SUBWOOFER
BRACKET
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Installing the Subwoofer Switch
34. Using a measuring tape and an awl, mark the
console panel as shown. Lightly punch the mark
with a center punch.
37. Connect the subwoofer harness 20-pin connector
and the antenna lead into the rear of the radio or
navigation unit, then slide it into the console panel
opening. Install the mounting hardware, and tighten
the bolts or screws securely.
Without Navigation System:
AWL
20 mm
HOLE
SAW
ANTENNA
LEAD
30
mm
SUBWOOFER HARNESS
20-PIN CONNECTOR
13 mm
35. While wearing eye protection, drill a 20 mm hole
through the center-punched mark:
•
First drill a pilot hole with a 3 mm drill bit, then
finish with a 20 mm hole saw.
•
Remove all burrs.
BOLT
With Navigation System:
NAVIGATION
UNIT
36. Install the subwoofer switch in the hole you just
drilled in the console panel.
SCREW
CONSOLE PANEL
ANTENNA
LEAD
BOLT
SUBWOOFER HARNESS
20-PIN CONNECTOR
SUBWOOFER
SWITCH
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38. Hold the console panel near the console opening,
and connect the subwoofer harness 2-pin
connector to the subwoofer switch. Connect the
vehicle connectors to the console panel, and
reinstall the console panel.
39. Check that all wire harnesses and cables are
routed properly and all connectors are plugged in.
40. Reinstall all removed parts.
41. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
42. Enter the customer’s radio anti-theft code, if
applicable, and reset the radio station presets.
Without Navigation System:
43. Reset the clock.
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
44. Check the operation of the Subwoofer according to
the Owner’s Manual supplied with the unit.
NOTE: Whenever the battery is disconnected, the
driver’s AUTO function is disabled.
45. Start the engine. Push down on the driver’s window
switch until the window is fully open.
FOG LIGHT
SWITCH
CONNECTOR
(If equipped)
CONSOLE
PANEL
46. Pull up on the driver’s window switch to close the
window completely, then hold the switch for a
second or two more.
47. Test the AUTO window function.
SUB WOOFER
HARNESS
2-PIN
CONNECTOR
FUSE REPLACEMENT
Open the lid of the fuse holder taped to the subwoofer
harness, remove the old fuse, and install a new 7.5A
fuse.
SUBWOOFER
SWITCH
FUSE HOLDER
FUSE (7.5A)
With Navigation System:
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
FOG LIGHT
SWITCH
CONNECTOR
(If equipped)
FUSE HOLDER
CONSOLE
PANEL
SUBWOOFER
HARNESS
2-PIN
CONNECTOR
SUBWOOFER
SWITCH
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