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Two things I've noticed with my Pilot that are minor...but annoying.

- Once the gas pump kicks out, if you try to even put a few pennies more in, it overflows onto the car surface!

- My cell phone and most cell phones have the power connector on the side, so you really can't have the cell phone in its cradle while charging. I'm thinking about cutting an opening for it.

Joe
 

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My Motorola Star-Tak charges from the bottom too.

If I were you, I'd much rather get a new cell phone then cut holes in my new truck!!
 

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My Motorola v.60 charges from the bottom as well.
 

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Which cell phone charge from the side. All the cell phones I have owned so far charge from the bottom.:D
 

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don't top off

I used to like to get the gas pump to an even dollar amount, but it's just not worth trying anymore. Not only do you risk spilling gas, but too much gas in the tank screws up the emissions control setup, and may cause the check-engine light to come on.
 

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Yes, I use to go to at least the nearest .25. TRHe Pilot is designed so when it kicks out. the tank is FULLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!

My side charging cell phone is the Motorola.

What's the best way to cut plastic. Would drilling a 3/4" hole be clean. I think that's all I need. Of course then cutting the rubber would probabaly be more difficult. Fortunatley the cradle comes easily out of the vehicle!!

Joe
 
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