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Hey Guys, new to the board. Just picked up the wife an '03 EX-L Sage Brush yesterday. We went and drove the Trailblazer, and the 4-Runner......for the price, the Pilot cant be beat.

Proud new owner here!
 

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Congrats BWD. You're gonna love it! There is nothing like driving your new Pilot off the lot. I remember I woke up twice the first night to look outside and make sure my Pilot was really out there. It's fantastic. We've had ours for about 2 months and I still cherish every trip in it. Sure there are some things that bug me a bit, scrunch, rattle... but overall I'm not complaining. It is safe, dependable, fun to drive, and, in my opinion, rather stylish. Every time I look at a Trailblazer, or Expedition I wonder who would buy one of those. The Trailblazer is just plain ugly, and the Expedition is just like all the other 2.5 million I see on the road every hour. I just caught my first voyeur spying my Pilot in a parking lot the other day. He was driving a new Suburban.

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Got my EX-L today!

I picked up my 2003 Starlight Silver EX-L today. Now if I can just leave work early to go drive the thing.....

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Welcome..

We are proud to have you here.

Congratulations and welcome to the family.

Don
 

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Well we picked up a EX-L sagebrush tuesday. The wife seems to like it o.k., she does miss her TL-S a bit when it comes to getting through traffic. We got this thing so we can travel with our three dogs around the country.
 

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FOUR New Owners!!

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Welcome BWD, Bullpup, fwampler & Mr. Brownstone !

Be sure to post your Pilot info in the Vin Table !


Safe Piloting to you all! :29:
 

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Two more days

Dealer just called I'm getting my Havasu blue pilot on saturday.I have been waiting five weeks, this last two days are going to be hell.:2:
 

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Dealer just called I'm getting my Havasu blue pilot on saturday.I have been waiting five weeks, this last two days are going to be hell.:2:
Congrats. You'll make the 2 days, promise. Don't forget to run through the PDI when you pick up your new Pilot and don't forget the infamous 4 rubber plugs!

Service Bulletin
. 2002 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. – All Rights Reserved ATB 23811 (0205) 1 of 9
CUSTOMER INFORMATION: The information in this bulletin is intended for use only by skilled technicians who have the proper tools, equipment,
and training to correctly and safely maintain your vehicle. These procedures should not be attempted by “do-it-yourselfers,” and you should not assume
this bulletin applies to your vehicle, or that your vehicle has the condition described. To determine whether this information applies, contact an
authorized Honda automobile dealer.
May 21, 2002
02-029
Applies To: 2003 Pilot – ALL
2003 Pilot: PDI and New Model Information
Many of the Pilot PDI procedures are the same as for
any Honda vehicle, but some features need special
attention. This service bulletin outlines the PDI
procedures for those features as well as some new
model information. If the vehicle is equipped with a
Navigation System, refer to Service Bulletin 99-070,
Odyssey/Pilot: PDI of the Navigation System.
This bulletin includes these PDI procedures:
• Install Fuses
• EX Only: Enter Audio System and Navigation
System Anti-Theft Codes
• Set the Clock
• Install the Cargo Net
• Install the Floor Mats
• Install Body Plugs
• Install the Shift Lock Release Cover
• Remove the Tags From the Front Seats
• Perform the Idle Learn Procedure
• Set Up the Rear Entertainment System
• Check the Tire Pressure
• Install the Front License Plate Holder
This bulletin provides this new model information:
• Quick Start Guide
• Driver’s Window Auto Up
• Power Window Key Off Operation
• LATCH System
• Child Seat Tether Anchors
• Side Airbags
• Dual-Stage and Dual-Threshold Airbags for Driver
and Front Passenger
• Front Seat Belt Tensioners and Load Limiters
• Second Row Center and All Third Row Seat Belts
• Accessory Power Sockets
• Lifting Points
•Engine •Engine Oil
• Engine Coolant
•Transmission
• A/T TEMP Indicator
• Fuel Tank Filling
• In-Dash CD Changer
• Antenna
• Variable Torque Management 4-Wheel Drive
System (VTM-4)
• Brake System Indicator
• Immobilizer
• Auto Off Headlights
• HVAC System
• Sidewinder-Type Key
• Cargo Hooks and Bag Hooks
•Towing
• Spare Tire Location
• MIL Operation
• Service Connectors
•PGM Tester Use
WARRANTY CLAIM INFORMATION
None; the information in this service bulletin is part of
the Pre-Delivery Inspection.

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PDI PROCEDURES
Install Fuses
To prevent battery drain during vehicle shipment, the
BACKUP-ACC fuse (40A) and the RADIO fuse (20A)
are removed from the under-hood fuse/relay box and
stored in the coin tray (ashtray). Reinstall the fuses in
the under-hood fuse/relay box.
NOTE: Do not drive the vehicle until you install the
BACKUP-ACC fuse; the taillights do not work without it.
EX Only: Enter Audio System and Navigation
System Anti-Theft Codes
On EX models, enter the anti-theft codes for the audio
system and the Navigation system (if equipped). The
LX audio system does not use an anti-theft code. The
anti-theft codes are located in a small bag in the glove
box. Also, attach the anti-theft code stickers for the
audio system and the Navigation system (if equipped)
onto the appropriate cards, and attach the sticker with
the serial number for the audio system and the
Navigation System onto the side of the glove box as
shown. If all three stickers for the Navigation System
have both the serial number and the anti-theft code on
them, cut the anti-theft code off of one of the stickers,
and then attach only the serial number part of that
sticker on the side of the glove box.
Set the Clock
1. LX: Press and hold the CLOCK button. EX: Press
and hold the SET button until the display blinks.
2. Press and hold the H button until the hour
advances to the desired time.
3. Press and hold the M button until the minutes
advance to the desired time.
4. EX: Press the SET button again.
Install the Cargo Net
On EX models, install the cargo net located behind the
third row of seats.
Install the Floor Mats
Floor mats are standard equipment and are included in
the PDI plastic bag in the rear of the vehicle. Install
them in the appropriate locations.
Install Body Plugs
Four body plugs are included in the PDI pack in the
glove box. Install the body plugs in the tie-down holes
(two per side).
40A BACK UP-ACC FUSE
20A RADIO FUSE
GLOVE BOX SERIAL NUMBER
STICKER
TIE DOWN HOLES
(Install body plugs.)
REAR WHEEL

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Install the Shift Lock Release Cover
The shift lock release is on top of the steering column
cover. For vehicle operation during shipment, the shift
lock release cover is removed and stored in a small
bag in the glove box. Remove the cover from the bag,
and install it.
NOTE: If customers need to operate the shift lock
release, they must remove the cover.
Remove the Tags From the Front Seats
Cut the string to remove the bar code tags from the
front seats. Do not remove the tag by pulling on the
string; the seat cover can tear.
Perform the Idle Learn Procedure
The idle learn procedure must be done at PDI after the
fuses are installed so that the PCM can learn the
engine idle speed characteristics. If it is not done or
done incorrectly, the engine may have an erratic idle.
This procedure also must be done whenever you do
any of the following:
• Disconnect the battery
• Disconnect the PCM
• Reset or replace the PCM
• Remove the driver’s or passenger’s under-dash
fuse/relay box
• Remove the BATTERY (120A) fuse from the under-hood
fuse/relay box
• Remove the BACK-UP, ACC (40A) fuse from the
under-hood fuse/relay box
• Remove the No. 13 CLOCK, BACK-UP (15A) fuse
from the passenger’s under-dash fuse/relay box
• Remove the PGM-FI main relay
• Disconnect the starter cable terminal from the under-hood
fuse/relay box
• Disconnect the connectors between the engine wire
harness and the left engine compartment wire
harness
• Disconnect the connectors between dashboard wire
harness A and dashboard wire harness B
• Disconnect ground terminal G1, G2, G101, or G102
NOTE: Clearing DTCs with the PGM Tester does not
require you to do the idle learn procedure.
1. Make sure all electrical items (A/C, audio, rear
window defogger, lights, etc.) are off.
2. Start the engine, and let it reach normal operating
temperature (the cooling fans cycle twice).
3. Let the engine idle with the throttle closed and all
electrical items off for 10 minutes.
BAR CODE TAG
Cut the string.

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Set Up the Rear Entertainment System
The EX-L trim level is available with a rear
entertainment system. Refer to the owner’s manual for
detailed information on operating the system.
Remove the remote control, the remote control holder
(pouch), both sets of wireless headphones, and the
batteries from the plastic bag stored in the storage
compartment behind the third row of seats. Install the
batteries in the remote control and the headphones.
There are various types of DVDs available. Some of
them are not compatible with the system. Only DVDs
with the following marks will work in this system. They
should also bear the area designation of “1” or “ALL.”
If a DVD is available, turn the ignition switch to
ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II), then insert the DVD into
the DVD player. Release the screen by pressing the
release button, then lower the screen to the detent.
Turn on the wireless headphones by pressing the red
button on the earpiece, and adjust the volume with the
wheel on the same earpiece.
NOTE: The headsets will not turn on if the batteries are
installed incorrectly.
While the DVD is playing, test the functions with the
remote control and make sure both wireless
headphones work properly. The wireless headphones
work in the rear seats only, not in the front seats or
outside the vehicle.
When you are finished, remove the DVD from the DVD
player, and store the remote control in the pouch. Store
the remote control and both headphones in the front
seat-back pockets.
Additional wireless headphones can be ordered from
the parts department:
P/N 39580-S0X-A01, H/C 6788038.
Check the Tire Pressure
Check the tire pressure. For correct tire pressures, see
the doorjamb sticker. From the factory, Pilots have 40
to 50 psi to prevent flat spots. If you do not adjust the
tire pressures, the vehicle will have a harsh ride and
excessive vibration.
Install the Front License Plate Holder
The front license plate holder is installed as shown.
COVER
COVER
BATTERY
REMOTE CONTROL
HEADPHONES
BATTERIES
MOUNTING
HOLES ON
UNDERSIDE
OF BUMPER
BOLT CLIP NUT

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NEW MODEL INFORMATION
Quick Start Guide
The Quick Start Guide is found in the glove box with
the owner’s manual. It is a small, durable plastic
booklet that explains most of the features of the
vehicle.
Driver’s Window Auto Up
The driver’s window has a one-touch Auto Up feature.
If you pull back firmly on the driver’s window switch
(past the detent), then release it, the window
automatically raises to the fully up position. To stop this
automatic movement, push down on the switch
momentarily.
If an obstruction is sensed as the window is going up
automatically, the window stops, then lowers several
inches. This sensing turns off when the window is just
short of the fully up position.
If you disconnect the battery or replace the window
regulator, you must reset the power window control
unit. To reinitialize the Auto Up feature, do this:
1. Make sure the window is fully up (closed).
2. Push down and hold the window switch. Make sure
the window goes all the way down (open).
3. Pull up and hold the window switch. Make sure the
window goes all the way up, and then hold the
switch for 2 seconds longer.
Power Window Key Off Operation
The power windows can be operated for 10 minutes
after the ignition switch is turned off. This is cancelled
by opening any door.
LATCH System
The outboard seating positions in the second row have
provisions for the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers
for CHildren) system. Only LATCH-compatible child
seats should be used with this system. Refer to the
owner’s manual for instructions on how to install a child
seat.
Child Seat Tether Anchors
All second and third row seats are equipped with tether
anchors.
Side Airbags
Side airbags are located in the outer bolsters of the
front seats. The front passenger’s side airbag system
includes an Occupant Position Detection System
(OPDS). This system consists of sensors and a control
unit in the front passenger’s seat-back and an indicator
on the instrument panel. The control unit sends
occupant height and position information to the SRS
unit.
The SRS unit automatically disables the passenger’s
side airbag if it determines that
• A child or small adult is sitting in the seat and the
passenger’s head is in the deployment path of the
passenger’s side airbag.
• An object of a specified size/weight is sitting on the
passenger’s seat.
When the SRS unit senses either of these conditions
for more than 3 seconds, it turns off the passenger’s
side airbag and turns on the SIDE AIRBAG OFF
indicator. This is normal. The indicator stays on for 3
seconds after the sensors detect that conditions have
returned to normal.
CONTROL
UNIT
SIDE AIRBAG INDICATOR
OPDS
SENSORS
SIDE AIRBAG
FRONT
PASSENGER
SEAT

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Dual-Stage and Dual-Threshold Airbags for Driver
and Front Passenger
Both the driver’s and front passenger’s airbags are
dual-stage. They can deploy at one of two rates,
depending on the severity of the crash. They are also
dual-threshold, meaning they have a “seat belt in use”
trigger point and a “seat belt not used” trigger point.
Front Seat Belt Tensioners and Load Limiters
The tensioners and load limiters are located at the
retractor, not the buckle. Tensioners tighten the belts
when the airbags deploy, while load limiters reduce the
force on the body by adding slack to the belt.
Second Row Center and All Third Row Seat Belts
The lap/shoulder belts for the center of the second row
and all seating positions in the third row are a two-piece
assembly. The center shoulder belt is connected
to a retractor in the ceiling.
To use the lap/shoulder belt, pull it down, and fasten
the small latch plate to the anchor buckle. Then fasten
the large latch plate to the seat belt buckle on the
opposite side. To release the small latch plate from the
anchor buckle, insert the large latch plate into the slot
in the anchor, and push.
Accessory Power Sockets
The Pilot has four accessory power sockets. They are
located in the dashboard, in the center console
compartment, behind the center console, and on the
left side of the cargo area.
Each socket will power an accessory rated at 120 watts
(10A). The combined rating of any accessories
plugged into the dashboard and center console power
sockets should not exceed 120 watts. The cargo area
power socket is separate, and it is not affected by
usage of the other sockets.
Lifting Points
Refer to Section 1 in the service manual for the proper
lifting points. When using a floor jack in the rear, do not
use a jack directly on the rear differential; instead, use
the rear jacking bracket behind the differential.
Engine
The Pilot has a 3.5L VTEC engine. The horsepower
rating is 240 HP. Regular unleaded fuel is
recommended for normal driving (see Trailer Towing).
Engine Oil
The Pilot uses 5W-20 oil.
Engine Coolant
The Pilot uses Honda All Season Antifreeze/Coolant
Type 2. This coolant is pre-mixed with 50 percent
antifreeze and 50 percent water. Do not mix any other
type of antifreeze with this coolant. Use only Honda All
Season Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2.
CEILING
RETRACTOR
CONNECT
Line up
these arrows.
DISCONNECT
SLOT
SMALL
LATCH
PLATE
LARGE
LATCH
PLATE
REAR JACKING
BRACKET
FLOOR JACK

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Transmission
The Pilot has a 5-speed automatic transmission with
shift lever positions P, R, N, D, D 3 , 2, 1.
A/T TEMP Indicator
The A/T TEMP indicator on the instrument panel
comes on for a few seconds when the ignition switch is
turned to ON (II). If it comes on at any other time, it
indicates the ATF temperature is too high. The driver
should pull to the side of the road and idle the engine in
Park until the indicator goes out.
Fuel Tank Filling
Follow the directions in the owner’s manual. Always
turn off the engine before loosening the fuel fill cap or
filling the tank. The Pilot has an onboard vapor
recovery system to capture fuel vapors during a fill-up.
The captured vapors are then burned in the engine.
Changes in the purge air vapor concentration may
affect the engine’s air-fuel mixture. Loosening the fuel
fill cap or filling the tank with the engine running can
cause a sudden change in vapor concentration and
can cause the engine to run rich, which may cause it to
stall.
In-Dash CD Changer
EX models are equipped with a 6-disc in-dash CD
changer. Six CDs can be loaded into the unit without
the need for a CD cartridge.
Advise your customers to follow the loading
instructions in their owner’s manual exactly when
loading CDs.
Antenna
The antenna for the audio system is in the left rear
quarter glass.
Variable Torque Management 4-Wheel Drive
System (VTM-4)
The Pilot has a 4-wheel drive system called VTM-4. This
system uses an electronically controlled rear differential
to automatically transfer some torque to the rear wheels
when starting out from a stop and under low-traction
conditions.
The VTM-4 system can also be manually engaged with
the VTM-4 Lock button on the dashboard. The vehicle
must be stopped with the shift lever in 1, 2, or R. This
manual engagement is intended to allow the driver to
get unstuck if the vehicle is mired in mud, sand, or
snow. It will disengage at 18 mph, or when the shift
lever is moved to another position. The light in the
button will remain on, and VTM-4 lock will reengage if
the speed drops below 18 mph with the shift lever in 1,
2, or R. VTM-4 lock turns off when the button is pushed
again or the ignition is turned off.
The VTM-4 indicator on the instrument panel comes on
for a few seconds when the ignition switch is turned to
ON (II). If it comes on at any other time, it indicates a
problem in the VTM-4 system. Refer to the service
manual for troubleshooting procedures.
Rear Differential Maintenance
The first scheduled drain and refill of the rear
differential is at 15,000 miles. This maintenance is
important for the proper break-in and longevity of the
differential. Always use Honda VTM-4 Differential Fluid
when refilling.
Rear Differential Replacement
The rear differential should not be taken apart and
repaired. A rear differential exchange program has
been set up to supply a new differential. Refer to
Service Bulletin 02-030, VTM-4 Rear Differential
In-Warranty Exchange Program, found under
Transmission/Driveline.
Brake System Indicator
This indicator comes on when you turn the ignition
switch ON (II), whether or not the parking brake is
applied. After you start the engine, the indicator goes
off if the parking brake is not applied.
Immobilizer
The Pilot is equipped with an immobilizer anti-theft
system.
Auto Off Headlights
If you leave the parking lights or the headlights on,
remove the key, open and then close the driver’s door,
the lights turn off in 15 seconds. If you do not open the
driver’s door, the lights turn off in 10 minutes.

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HVAC System
Front Climate Control
The A/C comes on and Fresh Air mode is selected any
time you choose a defroster mode. A/C increases the
efficiency of the defroster and cannot be turned off.
Rear Climate Control
EX: The rear climate control system is always
automatically controlled. If RR A/C Manual is enabled,
the control dial at the rear of the center console adds or
subtracts from the front temperature setting, or can be
turned off. If RR A/C Manual is disabled, the rear
climate control uses the front panel setting.
LX: The rear climate control system is separate and
independent from the front system. The control dial at
the rear of the center console is the only control for the
rear climate control system. It has three fan speeds for
heating, three fan speeds for cooling, and off. The first
(slowest) fan speed for heating provides a 30 percent/
70 percent blend of A/C and heat to prevent window
fogging. The second and third fan speeds for heating
provide 100 percent heat. All fan speeds for cooling
provide 100 percent A/C.
Sidewinder-Type Key
The Pilot uses a sidewinder-type key. This key requires
a special key cutting machine to cut the blanks. Refer
to Service Bulletin 01-077, Cutting Sidewinder-Type
Keys With the MATRIX H Key Cutting Machine, found
under Tools.
Cargo Hooks and Bag Hooks
Cargo hooks and bag hooks are located in the rear
cargo area. The bag hooks are intended to hold
grocery-style plastic bags, not heavy objects.
Towing
Trailer Towing
Properly equipped, the Pilot can tow a utility trailer up
to 3,500 pounds or a boat/trailer combination up to
4,500 pounds. Whenever the accessory trailer hitch is
installed, the cooler package must also be installed.
This cooler package consists of an automatic
transmission cooler and a larger-capacity power
steering cooler to replace the original unit. The spare
tire should be changed to a full-size tire and rim. Honda
requires that any trailer with a gross trailer weight of
1000 pounds or more must have its own brakes.
Towing performance can be affected by high altitude,
high temperature, or climbing steep grades. Therefore,
premium fuel is recommended when towing more than
3500 pounds.
Emergency Towing
Because of the 4-wheel drive system, the Pilot must be
towed on a flat-bed truck or trailer. Towing with two
wheels on the ground will damage the 4WD system.
Towing Behind a Motorhome
The Pilot can be towed behind a motorhome. Because
of the 4WD system, it must be “flat towed” with all four
wheels on the ground.
Each day, before beginning to tow, the driver should
• Start the engine.
• Press on the brake pedal, then shift the lever through
all positions (P, R, N, D 5 , D 4 , D 3 , 2, 1).
• Shift the lever to N. Let the engine idle for 3 minutes,
then turn off the engine.
• Release the parking brake, and leave the ignition
switch in the Accessory (I) position so the steering
wheel does not lock.
If the driver tows the vehicle more than 8 hours in one
day, this procedure should be repeated every 8 hours.
Spare Tire Location
The spare tire is suspended from a hoist under the rear
cargo floor. To access the spare tire, remove the
plastic cover on the tailgate opening sill plate, then use
the wheel nut wrench (stored in the left rear storage
compartment) to turn the hoist and lower the tire. To
avoid damage to the hoist, operate it only by hand, not
with power tools. When raising the hoist, turn the wheel
nut wrench until you hear the hoist click.
NOTE: The Pilot is equipped with a temporary spare
tire. When towing a trailer, the spare tire should be
changed to a full-size rim and tire.
MIL Operation
The OBD II system has readiness codes that are set
after the various emissions control systems are
checked. These codes reset whenever the battery is
disconnected and set again as the vehicle is driven
under various conditions.
To check if the readiness codes are set, turn the
ignition switch to ON (II) but do not start the engine.
The MIL stays on for 20 seconds. If it then goes off, all
readiness codes are set. If it blinks five times, one or
more of the readiness codes are not set.
Some states require that the status of these readiness
codes be checked during an emissions test. If the
codes are not set, the test cannot be completed and
the customer will be required to come back later for
another test.

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Service Connectors
The Pilot has three service connectors: DLC (data link
connector), MES (memory erase signal), and MPCS
(multiplex control system).
The DLC is located under the dash on the driver’s side,
next to the center console.
There is no SCS connector. To get an instrument panel
indicator to flash codes, connect the PGM Tester to the
DLC and follow the screen prompts.
The MES connector is on the back of the driver’s side
under-dash fuse/relay box. To erase SRS DTCs with
the MES connector, connect the SCS service
connector (T/N 07PAZ-0010100) to it, and follow the
erasing procedure in section 23 of the service manual.
SRS DTCs can also be erased with the PGM Tester.
The MPCS connector is also on the back of the driver’s
side under-dash fuse/relay box. To troubleshoot using
this connector, use the 3P service connector (T/N
07WAZ-001010A).
The VTM-4, SRS, and ABS control units each use an
EPROM that cannot be erased by removing the backup
fuse or disconnecting the battery. You must use the
PGM Tester to erase any DTCs in these systems.
PGM Tester Use
To work on this vehicle with the PGM Tester, the
Tester must have program card version SN300; ABS
and SRS are not supported using this software. To
manually retrieve the DTCs and to clear them, refer to
Section 19 (Brakes) or Section 23 (Restraints) in the
service manual.
DLC
MES
CONNECTOR
SCS SERVICE
CONNECTOR
3P SERVICE
CONNECTOR
MPCS
CONNECTOR
BRAKE
PEDAL
 

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Sorry for the lengthy post above. I couldn't find the link to the thread and I couldn't attach the pdf or word document.
 

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smurray said:
Sorry for the lengthy post above. I couldn't find the link to the tread and I couldn't attach the pdf or word document.
That's ok smurray... thanks for posting it.
I'm STILL looking for my... "6-disc in-dash CD
changer. Six CDs can be loaded into the unit without
the need for a CD cartridge."
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New pilot owner (6 mo 8K miles)

I never owned anything other than FoMoCo. The new Pilot replaced a Ranger and before that an Explorer.
There is no comparison. Quality, comfort, gas mileage ... and on and on. Ford decided they didn't need me as a customer, actually they did me a favor. This Pilot is great, the dealer experience has been great.
 

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Re: New pilot owner (6 mo 8K miles)

DAK said:
I never owned anything other than FoMoCo. The new Pilot replaced a Ranger and before that an Explorer.
There is no comparison. Quality, comfort, gas mileage ... and on and on. Ford decided they didn't need me as a customer, actually they did me a favor. This Pilot is great, the dealer experience has been great.
Welcome abourd DAK. I too had been a long time FoMoCo owner except for one Dodge P/U which was replaced by my Pilot. If you have any questions feel free to ask. If you search first you might find your question has been asked and answered before. You're sure to learn a ton here.
 

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BWD said:
Hey Guys, new to the board. Just picked up the wife an '03 EX-L Sage Brush yesterday. We went and drove the Trailblazer, and the 4-Runner......for the price, the Pilot cant be beat.

Proud new owner here!
Welcome aboard BWD!!! Good to have another Colorado Piloteer!!

Where in Colorado do you live?

:)
 
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