Have a squeaky motorized Steering Wheel like this in Acura Mdx (applies to all MDX years), fix it, because the dealer ignores your pleas. No more noise, when it retracts and extends.
In this video, it highlights how to take apart the dash to run some wires for a wireless phone charger
Parts used and to replicate
The plastic tools we use are professional grade and generally not available to the public, but the closest ones are here – We recommend you buy the most expensive version because the plastic is a lot softer:
Honda and Acuras are some of the most popular cars on the road. Because of the way the manufacturer built expansion for factory cd changers into their radios, older radios in these cars can be easily retrofitted with new technology. Including AUX Mp3 plugs, Bluetooth Music Stream, Hands Free calling and more.
There are 3 types of connectors found in Hondas and Acuras. Years are usually shared.
Old M Bus type, which is a round type adapter. Around the 1992 year on up to around 1997 or so. Was used for the factory CD changer.
An example of a good M BUS Auxiliary adapter is below
In about 1998 or so, Honda moved to a Retangular size plug. Usually the back of your radio will have an open Blue (not always Blue) port, for an aux adapter. You can use the following products.
In about 2003, honda changed to a white more square adapter. Sometimes this port will be taken, and the new interface will have a Y cable to Y into, (remove old cable, plug in new interface, plug in old plug into Y plug and complete installation)
If your radio is 2003 and white plug and have an XM writing on it, you can use a better interface which will give you text! See below
There are some adapters that are for Bluetooth
Are you looking for replacement FACTORY Bluetooth modules? This is a common problem in like some of the older 2003-2007 Acura TLS.