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Author Topic: AM/FM/XM Radio Overload  (Read 5810 times)
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« Reply #15 on: November 04, 2015, 10:19:28 AM »

Have you seen this page: http://www.arrl.org/auto-manufacturer-s-policies

Regarding Honda vehicles, they state:

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According to Honda, the installation of amateur transceivers has not presented any problems. If a customer experiences a problem, Honda will refer the customer to the original installer or manufacturer of the installed equipment. The installation of an after market transmitter would not necessarily void the warranty, but if the installation were not done properly or damage were caused by a defective after market component, it would not be covered.

Sounds reasonable to me. Of course, if something happens, the question is if the burden of proof on whether the transceiver caused the damage lies with you, Honda, or the manufacturer of the transceiver.
It's interesting to compare that to some other manufacturers, whose vehicles are used as emergency vehicles (Ford, GM, VW), they seem to do more testing and their advise is more specific.
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