I agree with it was a standard option on the car. Can you post pictures of the dash or infotainment system while being safe of cours and not super close to something. I was thinking of doing the upgrade and am curious as to what it looks like.it shows up on your dashboard and on your computer monitor showing from what direction the objects are coming how far it is away....personally I love having them and wish it were actually standard on the car rather than an option.
Awesome. Thank you for the pictures. Definitely what I was looking for. Oh yeah I would have dealer install for sure no question. How much was the install just $1000? My dealer mentioned it being closer to 1500 if I recall. May have to go to another Honda dealer and price compare.Hopefully these pics come through. Keep in mind the install takes a whole day to do, hence the $1000 price tag, so make sure you're prepared to be without your car for that time. Also, I would stick with having the dealer do it since it involves taking both your front and rear end off the car, drilling into the bumpers, and a lot of wiring and integration into your computer system. Better to have a mess up on something like this with a dealer since you always have Honda to fall back on if there are any problems.
Wow, 515 is a heck of a bargain price. I agree this is not for the faint of heart as it obviously entails a lot of work that's why I had Honda do it. They did a great job for me so as the saying goes "your mileage may vary" but I still find them to be very useful. I'll also admit that this was my first "new" car I ever bought and I wanted all the gadgets 😁I thought getting the parking sensors new with the car coat only $515 -- and that the consensus was to NOT add them as they are tricky to install and that Honda dealers were routinely damaging the frame or bumpers during installation, even making an aesthetic mess.
The problem is that they are add-ons, not installed at the factory, and require precision drilling and alignment. Several people (here on these forums or over on InsightCentral) have reported issues.
Sounds like something not for the faint of heart or only done by very skilled DIYs.
https://www.gen3insight.com/forum/2.../422-look-what-i-discovered-service-menu.htmlI cannot remember where the instructions were for bringing up the diagnostic display on the audio system. I'm hoping it will give me a better clue as to what is wrong.