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I have replaced the rear door checkers on my Ridgeline with the ones from the front doors allowing the rear doors to open wider for easier access. Im curious if this would also work on the Passport. I have looked and the part number for the checker is the same for the Ridgeline, Pilot and Passport.
 

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I have replaced the rear door checkers on my Ridgeline with the ones from the front doors allowing the rear doors to open wider for easier access. Im curious if this would also work on the Passport. I have looked and the part number for the checker is the same for the Ridgeline, Pilot and Passport.
That is smart! I miss my element doors besides them hitting me in the butt!
 

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My neighbor has a Ridgeline and replaced the rear door checkers. He saw my Passport and said that it opens wider stock than his Ridgeline prior to replacement. That is, not necessary.
 

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I replaced mine yesterday on my 2020 EX-L. I followed a YouTube video published in April 2020 about a G2 Ridgeline and used the same door checker parts. It took me less than 45 minutes for both doors and the door opening went from 39" to 44.5". I can now load a second large dog crate in through the back door instead of moving the one permanently near the liftgate to get a second crate in.
Video description lists both part numbers needed. About $11 each from Bernardi Parts.
 

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I replaced mine yesterday on my 2020 EX-L. I followed a YouTube video published in April 2020 about a G2 Ridgeline and used the same door checker parts. It took me less than 45 minutes for both doors and the door opening went from 39" to 44.5". I can now load a second large dog crate in through the back door instead of moving the one permanently near the liftgate to get a second crate in.
Video description lists both part numbers needed. About $11 each from Bernardi Parts.
No link to the video? 🙂
 

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Definitely not necessary, just wondering if anyone had tried it.
Original Ridgeline had wide opening rear doors which made it's roomy back seat area very utility.
I put them on my 2019 model and gained 5 inches more upening width. Noe the flip up seats can be utilized. All for under $35. What logical person would not want that?
 
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