Honda Pilot Gets a New Life at 200K

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Published on 7 Jan 2022, 15:25
This video is (Part 5) of the video series where I rebuild the front suspension and powertrain on a 2003 Honda Pilot. By the end of this video, you will see the Honda Pilot driving down the road under its own power. Be sure to catch the previous episodes so you can see all the work that got us to this point. (Video links below)

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