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    I have been pondering the Ridgeline as well. Never have had one, but have a friend who happens to currently own a 2007 model. I asked him about the trunk and bed and whatnot. Fwiw, he said 'totally possible'.

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    How about a hypothetical here-

    You have a ridgeline which might have had some evidence in it at some point. You cant get rid of it probably-I mean the VIN number might be flagged I would think. So, if you are so overwhelmed by the events of 7/27/09 that you cant even go into the house any more...what do you do about driving that vehicle?

    Do you give it to your wife to drive? I suppose you could just leave it sitting around...
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    Quote Originally Posted by believe09 View Post
    How about a hypothetical here-

    You have a ridgeline which might have had some evidence in it at some point. You cant get rid of it probably-I mean the VIN number might be flagged I would think. So, if you are so overwhelmed by the events of 7/27/09 that you cant even go into the house any more...what do you do about driving that vehicle?

    Do you give it to your wife to drive? I suppose you could just leave it sitting around...
    Not just the vin, but by gosh there are about 10x more identifying factors, and you know what I have been thinking about? Sunroofs.

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    JuM used to drive a Mercedes SUV but got rid of it and they bought a Rav4. JeM used to drive the Honda Ridgeline, which is the truck he took to Bob's house on July 27, 2009.

    Per recent posts by JuM on her community site below, it looks like she’s now driving the Ridgeline and JeM is driving the Rav4.

    Note the reference to the GPS not working and the trunk size.

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    Before reading the linked article below, I must say there is one issue my husband is having driving our Rav4...his feet are too wide, he hits the brake and the accelerator at the same time. The brake and accelerator are so close together it is freaky scary. Now the recall has nothing to do with the issue of the pedals being too close, just curious if any other Rav4 drivers have experienced the same. I wonder how many accidents are due to the pedal size?

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    I do love my Honda Ridgeline, I feel the need for power and speed, GPS works when it wants to, it usually gets me lost, need to update the software as it tells me I live in Skyforest probably the water from some plants behind my seat that flooded under the seat kind of tweaked out the navigation approx. 5 years ago. I really don't dig the Rav4 as much as my truck. The Ridgeline has a small trunk for your spare tire and maybe a suitcase and shopping bags, the trunk was also designed to hold ice for drinks and has a plug to drain. Now the issue of having a trunk in your truck...What do you do when you fill the bed of the truck with materials, gravel, heavy stuff? Lets say you get a flat tire, do you unload the entire truck load to get to the trunk? I just dunno. I wont worry about it until it happens. I think Toyota needs me to have a chat with them regarding the pedal situation, I think the Japanese people designed them as they have tiny feet

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    Hoping that Bob is found soon, for Fontelle's sake (and all the others who truly love him).

    SIGH.

    And really really hoping for the wheels of law and justice to keep churning, relentlessly. Surely someone(s) are having trouble sleeping and will crack soon.

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    Daughter JuM finally mentioned her father, regarding the body previously found at the base of the 330.

    Suggested reading, especially the response back to her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudajo View Post
    JuM used to drive a Mercedes SUV but got rid of it and they bought a Rav4. JeM used to drive the Honda Ridgeline, which is the truck he took to Bob's house on July 27, 2009.

    Per recent posts by JuM on her community site below, it looks like she’s now driving the Ridgeline and JeM is driving the Rav4.

    Note the reference to the GPS not working and the trunk size.

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    Before reading the linked article below, I must say there is one issue my husband is having driving our Rav4...his feet are too wide, he hits the brake and the accelerator at the same time. The brake and accelerator are so close together it is freaky scary. Now the recall has nothing to do with the issue of the pedals being too close, just curious if any other Rav4 drivers have experienced the same. I wonder how many accidents are due to the pedal size?

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    I do love my Honda Ridgeline, I feel the need for power and speed, GPS works when it wants to, it usually gets me lost, need to update the software as it tells me I live in Skyforest probably the water from some plants behind my seat that flooded under the seat kind of tweaked out the navigation approx. 5 years ago. I really don't dig the Rav4 as much as my truck. The Ridgeline has a small trunk for your spare tire and maybe a suitcase and shopping bags, the trunk was also designed to hold ice for drinks and has a plug to drain. Now the issue of having a trunk in your truck...What do you do when you fill the bed of the truck with materials, gravel, heavy stuff? Lets say you get a flat tire, do you unload the entire truck load to get to the trunk? I just dunno. I wont worry about it until it happens. I think Toyota needs me to have a chat with them regarding the pedal situation, I think the Japanese people designed them as they have tiny feet

    http://forums.rimoftheworld.net/showthread.php?6489-Toyota-recalling-760-000-RAV4-s-due-to-crash-risk&p=120914#post120914
    Seems like maybe a really good Honda mechanic might be able to figure out when 'events' occurred- including w/the GPS. Main PCM and all that. Hmm. I wonder where they get the oil changed. Also, I wonder who owns the right to the data.
    Is it Honda? Or the owner? or is/was the Ridgeline leased?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oriah View Post
    Seems like maybe a really good Honda mechanic might be able to figure out when 'events' occurred- including w/the GPS. Main PCM and all that. Hmm. I wonder where they get the oil changed. Also, I wonder who owns the right to the data.
    Is it Honda? Or the owner? or is/was the Ridgeline leased?
    It is funny you mentioned leased-because I was truly curious about the possible turn over of the truck after Bob disappeared. You know that PPD had to have searched the truck. That is a given.
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    Quote Originally Posted by believe09 View Post
    It is funny you mentioned leased-because I was truly curious about the possible turn over of the truck after Bob disappeared. You know that PPD had to have searched the truck. That is a given.
    I know they likely searched it forensically. But did they run black box diagnostics on it at the time?
    I keep thinking about this coworker that I have (different vehicle type but same idea as a ridgeline) who backed his truck down a boat landing to put in a boat, revved the engine, the truck slipped on some very mossy concrete, and subsequently shorted out his electrical system when he then overestimated and got water in the back.
    Long story short, his insurance co needed 'proof' that it was an accident in order to pay for the repairs. So they checked. It was indeed an accident- but they checked.

    Rambling here now, but thought I'd spit it out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oriah View Post
    I know they likely searched it forensically. But did they run black box diagnostics on it at the time?
    I keep thinking about this coworker that I have (different vehicle type but same idea as a ridgeline) who backed his truck down a boat landing to put in a boat, revved the engine, the truck slipped on some very mossy concrete, and subsequently shorted out his electrical system when he then overestimated and got water in the back.
    Long story short, his insurance co needed 'proof' that it was an accident in order to pay for the repairs. So they checked. It was indeed an accident- but they checked.

    Rambling here now, but thought I'd spit it out there.
    Actually, I remember this concept from the Gail Nowacki thread. Does the information expire or is it captured permanently?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudajo View Post
    Daughter JuM finally mentioned her father, regarding the body previously found at the base of the 330.

    Suggested reading, especially the response back to her.

    http://forums.rimoftheworld.net/show...-noticed/page7

    Interesting. It looks like JuM has removed some of her postings on the thread. JuM seems to be sending disturbing PM's to posters as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by believe09 View Post
    Actually, I remember this concept from the Gail Nowacki thread. Does the information expire or is it captured permanently?
    Yes, it frustrated me to no end on Gail's thread.

    It's captured permanently. We're not talking about a portable GPS system here. We're talking about the vehicles 'memory.' It can be rewrited but it's still written under the layers of rewriting. Like a DVD vs an R-DVD. Kwim? That might be a bad analogy, but basically when you re-boot or update your system...the original data remains it just gets buried a bit deeper.

    I once shared a cab from the airport with a guy headed to an advanced mechanics seminar. We got stuck in traffic and I have to tell you- while he was probably bored out of his mind and really irritated- I was fascinated at what he could tell me about vehicles, their electrical systems, their black boxes, etc. Truly- a wealth of information.

    Apparently driving a car these days is like surfing the web. You leave a footprint everywhere you go, and it just takes the right tools to trace back where you were, when. Fascinating stuff. I remember thinking at the time that we need more mechanics on WS.

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    So the PPD would need to subpoena the GPS records? Forgive me if I am a bit slow. I guess it depends if it is Onstar or something like Garmin? I would give my last week of vacation to know where that truck went that day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelo View Post
    Interesting. It looks like JuM has removed some of her postings on the thread. JuM seems to be sending disturbing PM's to posters as well.

    Does that surprise anyone? JuM rambles on, attacks on open forums, and then via pm, and then blames some chocolate or some life changing/threatening illness. I wonder who will be coming down with a flare up of MRSA soon? Or have some health crisis needing a trip dth for hospitalization....or a crisis with one of the fur babies.... happens like clockwork with JuM.
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    So the PPD would need to subpoena the GPS records? Forgive me if I am a bit slow. I guess it depends if it is Onstar or something like Garmin? I would give my last week of vacation to know where that truck went that day!
    I think it depends a lot on who owns the 'rights' to the actual data contained on the vehicle. That's kind of why I was wondering if the ridgeline was owned or was leased or whatever. Because if it was leased at the time Bob disappeared, then it seems like the leasing co would have the ability to subpoena data if given enough info. If it was owned by a bank (jeez- could the bank of Mr. Harrod have owned it??) then that would be who would be able to get the records. I think, anyway.

    I am going to do a little more research on this.

    (btw, you are not one bit slow, suzyq. )

    ETA: should have added, the manufacturer of the vehicle and the manufacturer of the nav system. Thanks for pointing that out.
    I am really gonna do some looking into this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oriah View Post
    I think it depends a lot on who owns the 'rights' to the actual data contained on the vehicle. That's kind of why I was wondering if the ridgeline was owned or was leased or whatever. Because if it was leased at the time Bob disappeared, then it seems like the leasing co would have the ability to subpoena data if given enough info. If it was owned by a bank (jeez- could the bank of Mr. Harrod have owned it??) then that would be who would be able to get the records. I think, anyway.

    I am going to do a little more research on this.

    (btw, you are not one bit slow, suzyq. )

    ETA: should have added, the manufacturer of the vehicle and the manufacturer of the nav system. Thanks for pointing that out.
    I am really gonna do some looking into this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelo View Post
    Interesting. It looks like JuM has removed some of her postings on the thread. JuM seems to be sending disturbing PM's to posters as well.
    FYI, I replaced poster's username JuM referred to and a curse word with [XXX]. JuM's PM was described as "one of the creepiest PM's I have ever recieved."


    I am going to say this once and I am out of here. When there was a body found at the base of the 330, [XXX] you made the worst remark to me, I have not gotten past it. You suggested that it could be my dad, my father who has been missing for three (3) years. That comment was snide, hurtful and crushing. My dad lives in Orange County and had no possible way to get to the base of our mountain. There, I have said it, there it is. I have no life as I have been in a frozen state of heartache, this is my escape. I would trade places with you any day. You have no idea how your remark put me in a tailspin, and it did. I have no trust to go anywhere anymore. Again, I know you are speaking of me, if you want to go on, say it to my face, I dare you. I am done, I am going to do what I can to keep my mind active as I can no longer enjoy many physical activities as you are blessed to enjoy. I am not an [XXX] kisser either, I just want some interaction, even if it is silly chatter. There you go, digest that and enjoy your life I wish I could enjoy life but without closure I cannot.

    Carry on, I had to get that off my chest, I feel much better for it. And I do wish you all the best life has to offer I really do, I am no longer angry. I have vented and needed to do that for quite some time.

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    JuM posted of navigation problems starting approx 5 years ago, so about 2007. They might have the 2006 or 2007 model (premium RTL trim) with a built-in navigation system.

    The Honda Ridgeline is a mid to full size sport utility truck produced by the Japanese automaker Honda. The Ridgeline was released in March 2005 as a 2006 model and is Honda's intended first foray into the North American pickup truck market. Until 2009, the Ridgeline was built in Alliston, Ontario, Canada alongside the Acura MDX, Honda Civic, Honda Civic Si, and Acura CSX. The Ridgeline was awarded Motor Trend's Truck of the Year for 2006. The Ridgeline is based on the Acura MDX platform, alongside the Honda Pilot. The Ridgeline was shown in concept form as the Honda SUT in 2004.

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    Another advantage of the independent suspension is that it opened up enough space for Honda to create the first pickup truck to include a storage trunk below the bed, which can be locked to secure contents such as a tool chest. Doing a flat tire repair will become difficult if you are hauling contents inside the bed since the spare is tucked inside the trunk. The bed comes standard with a composite liner that resists dents, corrosion, and can easily be hosed clean. The trunk has drainage holes to allow wash water to flow out.

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    Four trim levels are available: basic RT, RTX, RTS, and premium RTL (with optional sunroof or moonroof and GPS Navigation).

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    The bed comes standard with a composite liner that resists dents, corrosion, and can easily be hosed clean. The trunk has drainage holes to allow wash water to flow out.

    Now I find that VERY interesting!! Thanks, Cloud!
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    Yep. Thanks, cloudajo!
    Talk about social media being useful... the car forums are fascinating, and I wonder who we can track down there??
    My goal today is to find the exact model from a willing participant and get it to a Honda mechanic, so we can find out what kind of info might still be available on their vehicle(s). The suspension is my focus right now.

    And what do you bet the Ridgeline isn't the only one with some interesting data on it?

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    From JuM ROTW Post-
    You have no idea how your remark put me in a tailspin, and it did. I have no trust to go anywhere anymore.
    I think on any given day you could find a long list of errands and luncheons and everyday pleasures that Jules enjoys. I see, it is all a stranger's fault for wanting to contribute to a thread which might solve her father's disappearance. Got it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cloudajo View Post
    FYI, I replaced poster's username JuM referred to and a curse word with [XXX]. JuM's PM was described as "one of the creepiest PM's I have ever recieved."


    I am going to say this once and I am out of here. When there was a body found at the base of the 330, [XXX] you made the worst remark to me, I have not gotten past it. You suggested that it could be my dad, my father who has been missing for three (3) years. That comment was snide, hurtful and crushing. My dad lives in Orange County and had no possible way to get to the base of our mountain. There, I have said it, there it is. I have no life as I have been in a frozen state of heartache, this is my escape. I would trade places with you any day. You have no idea how your remark put me in a tailspin, and it did. I have no trust to go anywhere anymore. Again, I know you are speaking of me, if you want to go on, say it to my face, I dare you. I am done, I am going to do what I can to keep my mind active as I can no longer enjoy many physical activities as you are blessed to enjoy. I am not an [XXX] kisser either, I just want some interaction, even if it is silly chatter. There you go, digest that and enjoy your life I wish I could enjoy life but without closure I cannot.

    Carry on, I had to get that off my chest, I feel much better for it. And I do wish you all the best life has to offer I really do, I am no longer angry. I have vented and needed to do that for quite some time.

    And because neither she or her sisters will ask her husband the important questions about what occured the morning of Bob's disappearance, closure will not occur. At least not for the time being.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Oriah View Post
    Yep. Thanks, cloudajo!
    Talk about social media being useful... the car forums are fascinating, and I wonder who we can track down there??
    My goal today is to find the exact model from a willing participant and get it to a Honda mechanic, so we can find out what kind of info might still be available on their vehicle(s). The suspension is my focus right now.

    And what do you bet the Ridgeline isn't the only one with some interesting data on it?

    Thank you! Glad to know the Ridgeline angle is being looked at again.

    I'm planning on printing some of the available info regarding possible mortgage fraud and getting that off to those parties who might be interested. Particularly underwriting/ceo's etc. if they are selling their mortgages to the secondary market. Most mortgage companies who fund loans sell them. They should be aware of the omissions etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubby View Post
    Thank you! Glad to know the Ridgeline angle is being looked at again.

    I'm planning on printing some of the available info regarding possible mortgage fraud and getting that off to those parties who might be interested. Particularly underwriting/ceo's etc. if they are selling their mortgages to the secondary market. Most mortgage companies who fund loans sell them. They should be aware of the omissions etc...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cubby View Post
    Thank you! Glad to know the Ridgeline angle is being looked at again.

    I'm planning on printing some of the available info regarding possible mortgage fraud and getting that off to those parties who might be interested. Particularly underwriting/ceo's etc. if they are selling their mortgages to the secondary market. Most mortgage companies who fund loans sell them. They should be aware of the omissions etc...
    Thank you Cubby!
    So I went to find out more about the Ridgeline today from a Honda mechanic (who knew being in Nascar country would ever come in so handy?? they have some seriously smart mechanics- thank you Randy!) and it is amazing what they can get off of a vehicle. He ran me through the diagnostics and what they would do if there was a question from an insurance co or LE etc.

    There in an incredible amount of information retained (think Nascar- they work toward optimum race performance, so they need their vehicles to 'know' exactly what happened- either in an accident, or just every split second of a race, so they can improve.)
    Some really, really interesting stuff. Next I guess we have to figure out who owns the rights to that data on the vehicle(s) that may have been involved in Mr. Harrod's disappearance.

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