04_MDX_TelephoneWEnt

04_MDX_TelephoneWEnt
Accessory
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Application
HANDS-FREE
TELEPHONE INTERFACE
(WITH REAR
ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM)
PARTS LIST
Publications No.
BII 25818
2004 MDX
Issue Date
OCT 2003
Short connector
Telephone Attachment Kit (sold separately):
P/N 08E02-S3V-201
Telephone harness
Template
Long wire tie
Hands-Free Telephone Base Kit (sold separately):
P/N 08E00-ED0-200
10 Wire ties
Control unit
5 Cushion tapes
Microphone
2 EPT sealers
Grommet
Owner’s Manual
2 Self-tapping screws
Earphone
2 Plain washers, 4 mm
Modular jack
Earphone hanger clip
Relay
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2 Double-sided cushions
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TELEPHONE CABLE (sold separately):
Illustration of the Hands-free Telephone System
Telephone cable
(The cable type is dependent upon
the customer’s cellular phone.)
SHORT
CONNECTOR
(Bose amplifier
equipped model.)
VEHICLE 20-PIN
CONNECTOR
AUDIO UNIT
(with radio tuner)
RELAY
CELLULAR
PHONE
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES REQUIRED
Phillips screwdriver
TELEPHONE
HARNESS
EARPHONE
HANGER
CLIP
Stubby Phillips screwdriver
Flat-tip screwdriver
Isopropyl alcohol (Isopropyl alcohol, in a 60/40
solution with water)
CONTROL
UNIT
Shop towel
Tape measure
MICROPHONE
MODULAR
JACK
Felt-tip pen
Utility knife
Scissors
Electrical tape
EARPHONE
TELEPHONE
CABLE
3212031M
Drill
3 mm, 3.5 mm, and 9 mm Drill bits
Center punch
Diagonal cutters
Illustration of the Hands-free Telephone Installed in
the Vehicle
8 mm and 10 mm Sockets
Eye protection (face shield, safety goggle, etc.)
MICROPHONE
AUDIO UNIT
13/16" (20 mm) Hole saw
Available through Honda Tool and Equipment
VEHICLE
20-PIN
CONNECTOR
Program at (888) 424-6857:
Hole saw 13/16" (20 mm)
P/N: LHS26D
Arbor
P/N: LHS1C
CELLULAR
PHONE
RELAY
CONTROL
UNIT
EARPHONE
3212040M
MODULAR
CABLE
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INSTALLATION
6.
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.”
1.
Make sure you have the anti-theft code for the
radio, then write down the radio station presets.
2.
Disconnect the negative cable from the battery.
3.
Remove the beverage holder (pull up to release
the two clips).
Move the shift lever to the 1-2 position then,
remove the coin pocket.
CLIPS (4)
DVD PANEL
COIN
POCKET
BEVERAGE
HOLDER
2001101T
CLIP
7.
Remove the DVD panel (pull to release four clips).
Take care not to damage the clips.
8.
Remove the four self-tapping screws that fasten
the DVD player. Pull the DVD player out toward
you, unplug the connectors, and remove the DVD
player.
DVD PLAYER
2001080T
4.
Remove the shift indicator trim ring (four tabs).
Take care not to damage the tabs.
SHIFT
INDICATOR
TRIM RING
TABS (4)
CONNECTOR
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (4)
CLIPS (7)
CONSOLE
PANEL
CLIPS (7)
2001110T
2001090T
CONNECTORS (2)
5.
Remove the shift console panel (pull up to release
seven clips, and unplug the connectors). Take
care not to damage the clips.
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9.
Remove the center lower cover (four self-tapping
screws, release the harness clip, and disconnect
the connector).
10. Carefully pull the center panel out toward you to
release the 13 clips. Unplug the connectors and
remove the center panel.
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (4)
CLIPS (13)
CENTER
PANEL
CENTER LOWER
COVER
2001022T
3129021M
CLIPS (13)
CONNECTORS (3)
HARNESS CLIP
CONNECTOR
CENTER
LOWER
COVER
CENTER PANEL
3630031M
3129030M
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11. Remove the two self-tapping screws and four bolts
that secure the radio brackets. Pull the audio unit
out toward you, unplug the six vehicle connectors
(three connectors without NAVI system) and the
antenna lead and remove the audio unit.
13. Remove the driver’s console side trim (eight clips
and two locking hooks).
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (2)
LOCKING
HOOKS (2)
DRIVER’S
CONSOLE
SIDE TRIM
CLIPS (8)
3122020M
BOLTS (4)
CONNECTORS (6)
RADIO
BRACKET
ANTENNA
LEAD
2001030T
14. Remove the center console.
•
12. Remove the passenger’s console side trim (pull
out to release the five clips). Take care not to
damage the clips.
Pull out the console rear trim (six clips and four
hooks). Unplug the connector, and remove the
center console rear trim.
CENTER
CONSOLE
HOOK
CONNECTOR
PASSENGER’S
CONSOLE
SIDE TRIM
HOOK
CLIPS (5)
3122010M
CONSOLE
REAR TRIM
CLIPS (6)
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•
Remove the six self-tapping screws, but not
remove the center console yet.
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
15. Disassemble the center console:
•
CENTER CONSOLE
Remove the two self-tapping screws, and
remove the rear hinge cover by releasing the
two hooks.
HOOKS (2)
REAR
HINGE
COVER
SELFTAPPING
SCREW
3122030M
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (2)
•
Remove the two bolts that secure the center
console, and release the two clips from the top
of the center console. Raise up the center
console, then release the harness clip and
unplug the vehicle connector.
•
Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
Move the driver’s and passenger’s seat all the
way back, then disconnect the negative
terminal from the battery.
•
Remove the center console.
•
3113040M
Remove the armrest (four screws).
ARMREST
SCREWS (4)
CENTER
CONSOLE
CLIPS (2)
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
3113050M
BOLTS (2)
HARNESS CLIP
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•
Remove the air duct (four self-tapping screws).
16. Turn the center console over to release the four
clips that secure the CD storage box, and remove
the CD storage box from the center console box.
Take care not to scratch the console.
CD STORAGE BOX
CLIPS (4)
AIR DUCT
CENTER
CONSOLE
BOX
2D25070M
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (4)
•
Remove the heat protector (two washer
screws, and five self-tapping screws).
3122060M
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (5)
HEAT
PROTECTOR
Installing the Modular Jack
17. Using a tape measure and a felt-tip pen, measure
and mark the console as indicated. Center punch
each marked location (three places).
FELT
PAD
WASHER
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
FELT-TIP
PEN
MARK
MARK
32 mm
CENTER
CONSOLE
•
90 mm
30 mm
26 mm
Remove the felt pad located under the heat
protector.
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3122070M
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18. While wearing eye protection, drill two 3.5 mm
holes toward the left side of the center console.
23. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
bonding surface on the center console where the
modular jack cable cushion tapes will attach.
Drill a 13/16 "
(20 mm) hole here.
13/16"
(20 mm)
HOLE SAW
HALF
CUSHION
TAPE
CLEAN
(Clean this
surface with
isopropyl
alcohol.)
Drill a 3.5 mm
hole here.
CUSHION TAPE
(Clean this surface
with isopropyl
alcohol.)
3.5 mm DRILL BIT
3122080M
19. While wearing eye protection, drill a 13/16"
(20 mm) hole through the remaining mark using a
13/16" (20 mm) hole saw.
CUSHION TAPE
(Clean this
surface with
isopropyl
MODULAR JACK
alcohol.)
CABLE
20. Install the grommet onto the modular jack cable,
then route the modular jack connector end
through the 13/16" (20 mm) hole. Seat the
grommet in the hole.
MODULAR
JACK CABLE
SELF-TAPPING
SCREW
24. Using scissors, cut one cushion in half. Attach the
modular jack cable with two cushion tapes and
one half cushion tape.
MODULAR JACK
ADHESIVE
BACKING
CONNECTOR
END
GROMMET
3616110M
25. Reassemble the center console in the reverse
order of disassembly.
MODULAR
JACK
4 mm PLAIN
WASHERS (2)
13/16"
(20 mm)
HOLE1
GROMMET
(Seat the grommet
in the hole securely.)
Clean this area
with isopropyl
alcohol.
3122091M
21. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
bonding surface on the inside surface on the
console box where the modular jack will attach.
22. Remove the adhesive backing from the modular
jack. Install the modular jack inside the console
box using the two self-tapping screws and two
plain washers.
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Installing the Telephone Harness
26. Open the glove box. Inside the glove box, pry out
on the stop to release the two tabs, then rotate
and remove the stop. Remove the other stop the
same way. Remove the screw from the damper
rod, then gently lower the glove box.
28. If equipped with a BOSE amplifier, plug the short
connector into the 2-pin connector on the
telephone harness.
SHORT
CONNECTOR
STOP
2-PIN
CONNECTOR
DAMPER
ROD
TELEPHONE
ECU
HARNESS
TAB
SCREW
SHORT
CONNECTOR
ELECTRICAL
TAPE
3630020M
GLOVE BOX
3129041M
27. Inside the glove box opening, locate and remove
the evaporator bracket bolt. Install the relay to the
dashboard using the evaporator bracket bolt.
EVAPORATOR
BRACKET
BOLT (reused)
29. Secure the short connector to the telephone
harness with the electrical tape.
GLOVE BOX
OPENING
RELAY
3129080M
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33. Lower the tilt lever and lower the steering wheel.
30. Plug the telephone harness 20-pin connector into
the vehicle audio unit 20-pin connector.
UPPER
COLUMN
COVER
TABS (6)
TELEPHONE HARNESS
20-PIN CONNECTOR
Push.
TELEPHONE
HARNESS
TILT LEVER
VEHICLE
20-PIN
CONNECTOR
RELAY
TELEPHONE
HARNESS 4-PIN
CONNECTOR
3123012M
SCREW
31. Route the telephone harness down toward the
glove box opening and into the center console
area. Plug the telephone harness 4-pin connector
into the relay.
LOWER
COLUMN
COVER
3122110M
34. Remove the three screws, release the six tabs,
and remove the upper and lower column cover.
Take care not to damage the tabs.
Installing the Microphone
32. Remove the dashboard under cover. Turn the lock
counterclockwise, pull the cover down to release
the clip, unplug the vehicle connectors from the
courtesy lights and remove the dashboard under
cover by releasing the two tabs.
35. Measure and mark the upper steering column
cover in the location shown. Center-punch the
marked location.
First drill with a 3 mm
drill bit, and finish
with a 9 mm drill bit.
VEHICLE
CONNECTOR
UPPER
STEERING
COLUMN
COVER
COVER
LOCK
4.5 mm
CENTER
3610050M
DASHBOARD
UNDER
TAB
COVER
COURTESY
LIGHT
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TAB
CLIP
DASHBOARD
UNDER
COVER
36. While wearing eye protection, drill a 9 mm hole
through the center-punched mark. First drill with a
3 mm drill bit, and finish with a 9 mm drill bit.
Remove all burrs.
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37. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
top of the upper steering column cover above the
9 mm hole where the microphone will attach.
40. Place the upper column cover on the steering
column, and route the microphone cord toward
the audio unit opening.
HOLE
WIRE TIE
MICROPHONE
WIRE TIE
ADHESIVE
BACKING
AUDIO UNIT
OPENING
UPPER
STEERING
COLUMN
COVER
Clean with
isopropyl
alcohol.
WIRE TIE
MICROPHONE
CORD
3610060M
38. Route the microphone cord through the hole.
Remove the adhesive backing from the
microphone, and attach the microphone to the
upper surface steering column cover.
39 Route the microphone cord along the inside of the
upper steering column cover, and attach it to the
cover with one cushion tape. Clean the area where
the cushion tape will attach with isopropyl alcohol.
CUSHION TAPE
(Clean with
isopropyl
alcohol.)
VEHICLE
HARNESS
CENTER
3123040M
41. Secure the microphone cord to the vehicle
harness with three wire ties.
42. Route the microphone cord along the telephone
harness, and secure the microphone cord and the
telephone harness with four wire ties in the areas
shown. Do not secure the microphone cord and
telephone harness to the SRS wire harness with
the wire tie. Do not tighten the wire ties yet.
VEHICLE
HARNESS
VEHICLE
HARNESS
MICROPHONE
CORD
WIRE TIE
WIRE TIE
(Do not secure it
to the SRS
vehicle harness.)
WIRE TIE
WIRE TIE
MICROPHONE
CORD
BACK OF THE
UPPER STEERING
COLUMN COVER
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3616041M
3610070M
TELEPHONE
HARNESS
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43. Position the center console over the shift lever.
Connect the battery negative terminal, and slide
the driver’s and passenger’s seat forward. Route
the modular jack cable toward the telephone
harness and microphone cord, and reinstall the
center console.
45. Get the control unit and two double-sided cushions
from the kit. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop
towel, clean the bottom surface of the control unit
where the double-sided cushions will attach.
CENTER OF
THE SCREW
POSITION
CENTER
CONSOLE
CLIPS (2)
MODULAR
JACK CABLE
DOUBLE-SIDED
CUSHIONS (2)
TELEPHONE
HARNESS
Clean this area
with isopropyl
alcohol.
40 mm
CENTER
3123050M
HARNESS
CLIP
BOLTS (2)
3123070M
MICROPHONE CORD
44. Slide the driver’s and passenger’s seat all the way
back, and reinstall the six self-tapping center
console screws. Disconnect the battery negative
terminal from the battery.
46. Remove the adhesive backings from the doublesided cushions and attach them to the control unit
in the locations shown.
47. Plug the microphone jack connector, modular jack
connector, and telephone harness connector into
the control unit.
TELEPHONE
HARNESS
CENTER
CONSOLE
3123060M
SELF-TAPPING
SCREWS (6)
MODULAR JACK
CONNECTOR
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CONTROL
UNIT
MICROPHONE
CORD
3123082M
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48. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean the
floor panel surface where the double-sided
cushions will attach.
CONTROL
UNIT
Clean this area with
isopropyl alcohol.
52. Using isopropyl alcohol on a shop towel, clean
inside the center console where the earphone
hanger clip will attach. Remove the adhesive
backing from the earphone hanger clip, and attach
the earphone hanger clip to the center console.
EARPHONE
HANGER CLIP
CENTER
30 mm
VEHICLE
HARNESS
3123091M
DOUBLE-SIDED
CUSHIONS (2)
ADHESIVE
BACKINGS (2)
Clean this
area with
isopropyl
alcohol.
49. Remove the adhesive backings from the rubber
spacers, and attach the control unit to the floor.
ADHESIVE
BACKING
50. Route the long wire tie around the control unit and
under the vehicle harness. Tighten the long wire
tie.
3130060M
53. Place the earphone on the earphone hanger clip,
and plug the earphone cord jack into the modular
jack.
Bundle up the
microphone cord.
MODULAR
JACK
EARPHONE
EARPHONE
HANGER CLIP
WIRE TIE
LONG WIRE
TIE
3123102M
VEHICLE
HARNESS
EARPHONE CORD
JACK
3130070M
51. Bundle up the excess microphone cord. Secure
the microphone cord and the telephone harness to
the vehicle harness with one wire tie.
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54. Plug the phone cable (sold separately) into the
modular jack, and attach the phone cable to the
tray.
56. Plug the telephone harness connector, the vehicle
connectors, and the antenna lead into the audio
unit, and reinstall the audio unit.
PHONE CABLE
(sold separately)
TRAY
MODULAR
JACK
TELEPHONE
HARNESS
CONNECTOR
3124030M
3130080M
57. Check that all wire harnesses are routed properly
and all connectors are plugged in.
55. Plug the phone cable into the cellular telephone.
Place the cellular telephone into the center
console.
58. Reinstall all removed parts.
59. Reconnect the negative cable to the battery.
CELLULAR PHONE
(Supplied by your
customer.)
NOTE: Whenever the battery is disconnected, the
driver’s window AUTO function is disabled.
60. Start the engine. Push down on the driver’s
window switch until the window is fully open.
61. Pull up on the driver’s window switch to close the
window completely, then hold the switch for
2 seconds or more.
62. Lower and raise the window to check operation of
the window AUTO function.
PHONE CABLE
CONNECTOR
3130090M
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