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Old 06-27-2016, 04:48 PM   #1
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Odyssey and SMI Stay-In-Play Duo


Does any user here use Odyssey as a toad and use SMI Stay-in-Plan Duo as the auxiliary brake system? If yes, where did you mount the G-Force controller?

I know the most common place to install it is toe kick panel next to parking brake pedal on the driver side.

My Odyssey is 2008 model. I am not sure what other model year looks like, but on my Odyssey, there is a fuse box at that position so t here is a removable cover there, there is really no room left to install the G-Force controller around that position.

So I am wondering other Odyssey owners, if you use the same brake system, where you have installed the G-Force controller.


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Old 06-28-2016, 06:33 AM   #2
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I don't own an Odyssey but found that the passenger side of the center console or the upper glove compartment both seem like possible choices.
I believe there is a storage compartment under the center console. I have seen the GFC installed inside such compartments on some photos here and it seems very nice.

Sorry if this doesn't help you and best of luck.
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