Seth Medina: SUPER THANKS for the post. I just tried it on my 2005 v6 hybrid which had
that ANNOYING hum, and it worked. THANKS!!! you saved me lots of money!
abiola osileye: is this only peculiar to the hybrids or both hybrid and non-hybrid
wrongeye7: I just wanted to say thank you so much for posting this video. I'd been
suffering with the noise for several years, and thanks to this video (and
your other one) I was able to do the procedure, and so far everything seems
to be working great. Many thanks!
savana smith: I am having this same problem, can anyone update with if theirs is still
working correctly after they perform the cut and ground?
Bill Jerome: Thanks This works Great . Fixed a problem. I have had for over a year.
thanks for saving me money and headache. I was told by meany shop the
torque converter need to be replaced .they were wrong.
Elie Nabhan: Hi my friend, I have the same problem and I see it's been a while you've
done this. I would like to know your feedback today, if cutting the wire
has affected something else in your car!
mongoliangana: Please find link above in description field. Find the answer to this. Thanks
mongoliangana: Nothing to lose, so try it yourself before you take her to honda. It worked
to many people including me. Good luck.
Raymond Gomez: Did it really work cause im having the same problem and thinking of taking
it in tomorrow to honda....HELP ME fast before I make am expensive mistake.
mongoliangana: I'm really glad you figured it out. Thanks for your kind comments.
kabramble: Thanks for posting video. I have completed the update. I will keep you guys
posted. thanks again
Sedrak Kazyan: Can you please repsond to exactly which wire it is?
Tab Glomah: what type of cable do you use to ground it? Does this affect anything else?
mongoliangana: I'm really glad you figured it out.
kinorezisser: Монгол молодец!
Ramzey Jaludi: I have a 2007 Honda Accord Hybrid i did what you showed in the video and it
worked and i dont hear nothing now Thanks alot for the help
mongoliangana: Just regular cable. you can use any kind of cable u think safe for it. I
have no issues so far since i worked on it 7 months ago. Good luck
Cameron Michaelson: What exactly does cutting the wire do? Disable the ANC? That's great is
stops the noise but there has to be a consequence?
chrisna35: Thanks so much for this. It worked perfect. No more boom, but a week later
my battery is dead. I am not sure if it is related. Could it be a grounding
issue. I grounded it to the nut at the bottom of panel.
oggydawgy: Great video. Saved my ass from a $600 repair. Thank you.
Tam Nguyen: hey i have the same problem but have trouble locating the 8 pin gray
connector. could you take a picture of the connector and link it in the
description as well? thanks.
Donald Sosa: the wire goes from control plug C601 interconnecting from the multiplex
integrated control unit onto the active noise control unit behind the radio
on units with navigation. It's a good short cut if you don't want to take
apart the radio and unplug the defective ANC. By grounding the wire, the
ANC is no longer able to receive input from the MICU and there fore the
problem stops. Hope this helps!
MicrosiM diysmps: Change the ANC unit, things will get solved!
mongoliangana: I haven't seen any problems in vehicle so far (for 9 months). But i'm
absolutely not responsible for any damages caused by this video, do so at
your own risk.
2005 Honda Accord Hybrid sounds like a booming or humming noise with some vibration...4.6
out of 5