I had owned the car for five days (!) when someone backed into/along my car. Luckily it was just paint and surface damage--no broken fiberglass. ... Show moreRapid Chevrolet's body shop (in Rapid City, SD) did a great job fixing it up like new. The wheel also had to be refinished due to a gouge, and that took the longest since they had to send it to a shop in Colorado. Show Less
The Spires made for a magnificent backdrop, as did beautiful Sylvan Lake.
My custom plate frame.
The Spires made for a magnificent backdrop, as... Show more did beautiful Sylvan Lake. Show Less
Here are some pictures of a cool mod to my wife's 2005 Odyssey that lets us display the DVD from the RES on the Nav display.
These images show the circu... Show moreit board I created and the project box.
I used wire looms to neaten up the new wire runs.
Here's the toggle switch location...
...and the material I removed from the switch blank before drilling the 3/4" hole.
The next 3 pics show the removal of the door sill and the lower riser covers on the driver's seat. You can also see the new wires I ran for the DVD signal, power and ground.
Here's where I ran and secured the wires under the dash to the DVD player.
The next several images show the removal of the lower dash cover.
Pry this connector out carefully. The passenger side is the same.
Note where I secured the new wires and the location of the screw to remove. There's another screw on the passenger side...
...and two more under the cupholder.
The arrow points to the location of a plastic anchor I removed with needle-nose pliers to move the lower cover out of the way.
Here's where I tapped into the DVD harness for the DVD signal (BLU), DVD ground (PNK) and 12V ACC(YEL/RED).
After removing six 10mm nuts from the front of the Nav unit under the driver's seat, I unplugged the connectors and removed the unit.
This picture shows the 8-pin connector and my tap into the GRN wire for the backup signal.
Here is the 7-pin connector where I cut the YEL and BLK wires from the camera signal and tapped into them.
In this image, everything is connected and ready to be tucked under the seat.
The result: when I flip the toggle switch the front passenger can watch the DVD movie on the Nav display. Show Less