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2007 Odyssey
Owner's Manual
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due to changes in content and specifications of the vehicle that happen throughout the model year. This
manual will be replaced with a hyperlinked version at the end of the model year.
© 2006 Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
P/N 31SHJ620

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   Summary of Contents for Honda 2007 Odyssey

  • Page 1

    This manual will be replaced with a hyperlinked version at the end of the model year. © 2006 Honda Motor Co., Ltd. P/N 31SHJ620...

  • Page 2

    The information and specifications included in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. reserves the right, however, to discontinue or change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation whatsoever.

  • Page 3

    Congratulations! Your selection of a 2007 Honda Odyssey was a wise investment. It will give you years of driving pleasure. One of the best ways to enhance the enjoyment of your new Honda is to read this manual. In it, you will learn how to operate its driving controls and convenience items.

  • Page 4

    06/07/26 17:21:02 31SHJ620 0003  Introduction California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product contains or emits chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Event Data Recorders This vehicle is equipped with one or more devices commonly referred to as event data recorders. These devices record front seat belt use, front passenger seat occupancy, airbag deployment data, and the failure of any airbag system component.

  • Page 5

    06/07/26 17:21:13 31SHJ620 0004  Your safety, and the safety of others, is very important. And operating this vehicle safely is an important responsibility. To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have provided operating procedures and other information on labels and in this manual.

  • Page 6

    06/07/26 17:21:15 31SHJ620 0005 ...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    06/07/26 17:21:24 31SHJ620 0006  Your Vehicle at a Glance (main controls) Driver and Passenger Safety (seat belts, SRS, and child protection) (indicators, gauges, dashboard, and steering column) Instruments and Controls (climate control, audio, steering wheel, rear entertainment, security, cruise control, and HomeLink) Features (fuel, vehicle break-in, and cargo loading) Before Driving Driving...

  • Page 8

    Warranty and Customer Relations (U.S. and Canada only) A summary of the warranties covering your new Honda, and how to contact us for any reason. Refer to your warranty manual for detailed information. Authorized Manuals (U.S. only) How to order manuals and other technical literature.

  • Page 9: Your Vehicle At A Glance

    06/07/26 17:21:47 31SHJ620 0008  DRIVER’S FRONT AIRBAG (P.9, 27) INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS (P.65, 66) GAUGES (P.77) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.191) POWER DOOR LOCK SWITCH (P.154) DRIVING POSITION MEMORY SYSTEM BUTTONS (P.185) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES (P.187) FUEL FILL DOOR RELEASE HANDLE (P.307) HOOD RELEASE HANDLE (P.308) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (P.322)

  • Page 10

    06/07/26 17:21:56 31SHJ620 0009  Your Vehicle at a Glance PEDAL POSITION ADJUSTMENT SWITCH (P.193) POWER SLIDING DOOR SWITCH (P.165) MOONROOF SWITCH (P.190) POWER TAILGATE SWITCH (P.161) VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (VSA) OFF SWITCH (P.331) PARKING SENSOR SYSTEM SWITCH (P.299) VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (VSA) OFF NAVIGATION SWITCH (P.331)

  • Page 11: Driver And Passenger Safety

    06/07/26 17:22:00 31SHJ620 0010  This section gives you important information about how to protect yourself and your passengers. It shows you how to use seat belts. It explains how your airbags work. And it tells you how to properly restrain infants and children in your vehicle. Important Safety Precautions Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Seat Belts...

  • Page 12: Important Safety Precautions

    06/07/26 17:22:10 31SHJ620 0011  Important Safety Precautions You’ll find many safety recommendations throughout this section, and throughout this manual. The recommendations on this page are the ones we consider to be the most important. Always Wear Your Seat Belt A seat belt is your best protection in all types of collisions.

  • Page 13: Your Vehicle's Safety Features

    06/07/26 17:22:18 31SHJ620 0012  (11) Your Vehicle’s Safety Features (10) (1) Safety Cage (2) Crush Zones (3) Seats and Seat-Backs (4) Head Restraints (5) Collapsible Steering Column (6) Seat Belts (7) Front Airbags (8) Side Airbags (9) Side Curtain Airbags (10) Front Seat Belt Tensioners (11) Door Locks Your vehicle is equipped with many features that work together to...

  • Page 14: Seat Belts

    06/07/26 17:22:29 31SHJ620 0013  Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Seat Belts Your vehicle is equipped with seat belts in all seating positions. Your seat belt system also includes an indicator on the instrument panel and a beeper to remind you and your passengers to fasten your seat belts. Why Wear Seat Belts Seat belts are the single most effective safety device for adults and...

  • Page 15: Airbags

    06/07/26 17:22:36 31SHJ620 0014  Airbags Your vehicle has a supplemental restraint system (SRS) with front airbags to help protect the heads and chests of the driver and a front seat passenger during a moderate to severe frontal collision (see page for more information on how your front airbags work).

  • Page 16

    06/07/26 17:22:42 31SHJ620 0015  Your Vehicle’s Safety Features The most important things you need to know about your airbags are: Airbags do not replace seat belts. They are designed to supplement the seat belts. Airbags offer no protection in rear impacts, or minor frontal or side collisions.

  • Page 17: Protecting Adults And Teens

    06/07/26 17:22:51 31SHJ620 0016  Introduction The following pages provide instructions on how to properly protect the driver, adult passengers, and teenage children who are large enough and mature enough to drive or ride in the front. See pages for important − guidelines on how to properly protect infants, small children, and larger children who ride in your vehicle.

  • Page 18: Adjust The Front Seats

    06/07/26 17:23:00 31SHJ620 0017  Protecting Adults and Teens When one or more doors are not tightly closed, the ‘‘DOOR OPEN’’ message will come on. When the tailgate is not tightly closed, the ‘‘TAILGATE OPEN’’ message will come on. When both tailgate and one or more doors are not tightly closed, the ‘‘DOOR &...

  • Page 19: Adjust The Seat-backs

    06/07/26 17:23:08 31SHJ620 0018  If you sit too close to the steering wheel or dashboard, you can be seriously injured by an inflating front airbag, or by striking the steering wheel or dashboard. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Transport Canada recommend that drivers allow at least 10 inches (25 cm) between the center of the steering wheel and the chest.

  • Page 20: Adjust The Head Restraints

    06/07/26 17:23:17 31SHJ620 0019  Protecting Adults and Teens Reclining the seat-back too far can result in serious injury or death in a crash. Adjust the seat-back to an upright position, and sit well back in the seat. Reclining a seat-back so that the shoulder part of the belt no longer rests against the occupant’s chest reduces the protective capability of...

  • Page 21: Fasten And Position The Seat Belts

    06/07/26 17:23:26 31SHJ620 0020  Fasten and Position the Seat Belts Insert the latch plate into the buckle, then tug on the belt to make sure the belt is securely latched. Check that the belt is not twisted, because a twisted belt can cause serious injuries in a crash.

  • Page 22

    06/07/26 17:23:34 31SHJ620 0021  Protecting Adults and Teens RELEASE BUTTONS The front seats and second row seats have adjustable seat belt anchors. To adjust the height of an anchor, squeeze the two release buttons, and slide the anchor up or down as needed (it has four positions). Never place the shoulder portion of a lap/shoulder belt under your arm or This could cause...

  • Page 23

    06/07/26 17:23:39 31SHJ620 0022  ANCHOR LATCH TRIANGLE MARKS ANCHOR BUCKLE Insert the hook at the end of the anchor latch into the anchor buckle by lining up the triangle marks on the anchor latch and buckle. Make sure the belt is not twisted. Push the anchor latch until it locks.

  • Page 24: Maintain A Proper Sitting Position

    06/07/26 17:23:45 31SHJ620 0023  Protecting Adults and Teens Maintain a Proper Sitting Position After all occupants have adjusted their seats and put on seat belts, it is very important that they continue to sit upright, well back in their seats, with their feet on the floor, until the vehicle is parked and the engine is off.

  • Page 25: Advice For Pregnant Women

    06/07/26 17:23:53 31SHJ620 0024  Advice for Pregnant Women If you are pregnant, the best way to protect yourself and your unborn child when driving or riding in a vehicle is to always wear a seat belt, and keep the lap part of the belt as low as possible across the hips.

  • Page 26

    06/07/26 17:23:58 31SHJ620 0025  Protecting Adults and Teens Do not put any accessories on seat Devices intended to improve belts. occupant comfort or reposition the shoulder part of a seat belt can reduce the protective capability of the belt and increase the chance of serious injury in a crash.

  • Page 27: Additional Information About Your Seat Belts

    06/07/26 17:24:06 31SHJ620 0026  Seat Belt System Components Your seat belt system includes lap/ shoulder belts in all five seating positions. The front seat belts are also equipped with automatic seat belt tensioners. This system uses the same sensors as the front airbags to monitor whether the front seat belts are latched or unlatched, and how much weight is on the front passenger’s...

  • Page 28: Lap/shoulder Belt

    06/07/26 20:44:01 31SHJ620 0027  Additional Information About Your Seat Belts If the indicator comes on or the beeper sounds when the driver’s seat belt is latched and there is no front seat passenger and no items on the front seat, something may be interfering with the monitoring system.

  • Page 29: Automatic Seat Belt Tensionners

    06/07/26 17:24:22 31SHJ620 0028  If the shoulder part of the belt is pulled all the way out, the lockable retractor will activate. The belt will retract, but it will not allow the passenger to move freely. To deactivate the lockable retractor, unlatch the buckle and let the seat belt fully retract.

  • Page 30: Seat Belt Maintenance

    ). Any belt that is not in good condition or working properly will not provide good protection and should be replaced as soon as possible. Honda provides a limited warranty on seat belts. See your Honda Warranty Information booklet for details.

  • Page 31: Additional Information About Your Airbags

    06/07/26 17:24:38 31SHJ620 0030  Airbag System Components (1) Driver’s Front Airbag (2) Passenger’s Front Airbag (3) Control Unit (4) Front Seat Belt Tensioners (5) Side Airbags (6) Side Curtain Airbag (7) Driver’s Seat Position Sensor (8) Front Passenger’s Weight Sensors (9) Front Impact Sensors (10) Passenger Airbag Off Indicator (11) Side Impact Sensors (12) Occupant Position Detection...

  • Page 32

    06/07/26 17:24:46 31SHJ620 0031  Additional Information About Your Airbags Your airbag system includes: Two SRS (supplemental restraint system) front airbags. The driver’s airbag is stored in the center of the steering wheel; the front passenger’s airbag is stored in the dashboard. Both are marked ‘‘SRS AIRBAG’’...

  • Page 33: How Your Front Airbags Work

    06/07/26 17:24:55 31SHJ620 0032  A rollover sensor that can detect if your vehicle is about to roll over and signal the control unit to deploy both side curtain airbags and front seat belt tensioners (see page A sophisticated electronic system that continually monitors and records information about the sensors, the control unit, the airbag activators, the seat belt...

  • Page 34

    06/07/26 17:25:01 31SHJ620 0033  Additional Information About Your Airbags During a frontal crash, your seat belt restrains your lower body and torso, and the airbag helps protect your head and chest. Although both airbags normally inflate within a split second of each other, it is possible for only one airbag to deploy.

  • Page 35

    06/07/26 17:25:10 31SHJ620 0034  The total time for inflation and deflation is one-tenth of a second, so fast that most occupants are not aware that the airbags deployed until they see them lying in their laps. After a crash, you may see what looks like smoke.

  • Page 36

    SEAT WEIGHT SENSOR The passenger’s advanced front airbag system has weight sensors under the seat. Although Honda does not encourage carrying an infant or small child in front, if the sensors detect the weight of an infant or small child (up to about 65 lbs or 29 kg), the system will automatically turn the passenger’s...

  • Page 37: How Your Side Airbags Work

    06/07/26 17:25:28 31SHJ620 0036  Be aware that objects placed on the passenger’s seat can also cause the airbag to be turned off. When the airbag is turned off, a ‘‘passenger airbag off’’ indicator in the center of the dashboard comes on (see page If the weight sensors detect there is no passenger in the front seat, the airbag will be off.

  • Page 38

    Your vehicle has a side airbag cutoff system designed primarily to protect a child riding in the front passenger’s seat. Although Honda does not encourage children to ride in front, if the sensors in the seat detect a child has leaned into the side airbag’s deployment path, the airbag will shut off.

  • Page 39: How Your Side Curtain Airbags Work

    06/07/26 17:25:43 31SHJ620 0038  How Your Side Curtain Airbags Work In a Side Impact In a moderate to severe side impact, sensors will detect rapid acceleration and signal the control unit to instantly inflate the side curtain airbag and activate the seat belt tensioner on the driver’s or the passenger’s side of the vehicle.

  • Page 40: How The Srs Indicator Works

    06/07/26 17:25:51 31SHJ620 0039  Additional Information About Your Airbags How the SRS Indicator Works The SRS indicator alerts you to a potential problem with your airbags or seat belt tensioners. When you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, this indicator comes on for several seconds then goes off.

  • Page 41: How The Side Airbag Off Indicator Works

    06/07/26 17:26:02 31SHJ620 0040  How the Side Airbag Off Indicator Works This indicator U.S. Canada alerts you that the passenger’s side airbag has been automatically shut off. It does mean there is a problem with your side airbags. When you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, the indicator should come on for several seconds and then go off (see page...

  • Page 42: Airbag Service

    06/07/26 17:26:10 31SHJ620 0041  Additional Information About Your Airbags If the indicator comes on with no front seat passenger and no objects on the seat, or with an adult riding there, something may be interfering with the weight sensors. Look for and remove: Any items under the front passenger’s seat.

  • Page 43: Additional Safety Precautions

    This could make the dealer. driver’s seat position sensor or the front passenger’s weight sensors ineffective. If it is necessary to remove or modify a front seat to accommodate a person with disabilities, first contact Honda Automobile Customer Service at (800) 999-1009.

  • Page 44: Protecting Children − General Guidelines

    06/07/26 17:26:25 31SHJ620 0043  Protecting Children − General Guidelines Children depend on adults to protect them. However, despite their best intentions, many adults do not know how to properly protect child passengers. If you have children, or ever need to drive with a child in your vehicle, be sure to read this section.

  • Page 45: All Children Should Sit In A Back Seat

    06/07/26 17:26:35 31SHJ620 0044  All Children Should Sit in a Back Seat According to accident statistics, children of all ages and sizes are safer when they are restrained in a back seat. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Transport Canada recommend that all children aged 12 and under be properly restrained in a back seat.

  • Page 46: General Guidelines

    06/07/26 17:26:47 31SHJ620 0045  Protecting Children − General Guidelines To remind you of the passenger’s front airbag hazards, and that children must be properly restrained in a back seat, your vehicle has warning labels on the dashboard (U.S. models) and on the front visors. Please read and follow the instructions on these labels.

  • Page 47: If You Must Drive With Several Children

    06/07/26 17:26:58 31SHJ620 0046  If You Must Drive with Several Children Your vehicle has two rows of back seats where children can be properly restrained. If you ever have to carry a group of children, and a child must ride in front: Place the largest child in the front seat, provided the child is large enough to wear the lap/shoulder belt properly (see page...

  • Page 48

    06/07/26 17:27:05 31SHJ620 0047  Protecting Children − General Guidelines Make sure any unused seat belt that a child can reach is buckled, the lockable retractor is activated, and the belt is fully If a child retracted and locked. wraps a loose seat belt around their neck, they can be seriously or fatally injured.

  • Page 49: Protecting Infants And Small Children

    06/07/26 17:27:14 31SHJ620 0048  Protecting Infants Child Seat Type An infant must be properly restrained in a rear-facing, reclining child seat until the child reaches the seat maker’s weight or height limit for the seat, and the child is at least one year old. Protecting Infants and Small Children Only a rear-facing child seat provides proper support for a baby’s head,...

  • Page 50: Protecting Small Children

    06/07/26 17:27:21 31SHJ620 0049  Protecting Infants and Small Children In any of these situations, we strongly recommend that you install the child seat directly behind the front passenger’s seat, move the seat as far forward as needed, and leave it unoccupied. Or, you may wish to get a smaller rear-facing child seat.

  • Page 51

    06/07/26 17:27:27 31SHJ620 0050  Child Seat Placement We strongly recommend placing a forward-facing child seat in a back seat, not the front. Placing a forward-facing child seat in the front seat of a vehicle equipped with a passenger’s airbag can be If the vehicle seat is too hazardous.

  • Page 52: Selecting A Child Seat

    06/07/26 17:27:36 31SHJ620 0051  Selecting a Child Seat When buying a child seat, you need to choose either a conventional child seat, or one designed for use with the lower anchors and tethers for children (LATCH) system. Conventional child seats must be secured to a vehicle with a seat belt, whereas LATCH-compatible seats are secured by attaching the seat to hardware built into the rear seating...

  • Page 53: Installing A Child Seat

    06/07/26 17:27:42 31SHJ620 0052  After selecting a proper child seat and a good place to install the seat, there are three main steps in installing the seat: Properly secure the child seat to All child seats must be the vehicle. secured to the vehicle with the lap part of a lap/shoulder belt or with the LATCH (lower anchors and tethers for children) system.

  • Page 54: With Latch

    06/07/26 17:27:52 31SHJ620 0053  Installing a Child Seat Installing a Child Seat with LATCH Your vehicle is equipped with LATCH (lower anchors and tethers for children) in the two second row seats and the center seating position of the third row. The lower anchors are located between the seat-back and seat bottom, and are to be used only with a child seat designed for use with...

  • Page 55

    06/07/26 17:28:00 31SHJ620 0054  Flexible type Other LATCH-compatible seats have a flexible-type connector as shown above. Whatever type you have, follow the child seat maker’s instructions for adjusting or tightening the fit. TETHER STRAP Lift the head restraint (see page ), then route the tether strap through the legs of the head restraint, over the seat-back and through the grab rail.

  • Page 56

    06/07/26 17:28:07 31SHJ620 0055  Installing a Child Seat To install a LATCH-compatible child seat in the center seating position of the third row: Unlatch the detachable seat belt anchor latch and retract the seat belt all the way into the ceiling. Place the latch plate and anchor latch in their holding slots (see page BUTTON...

  • Page 57: With A Lap/shoulder Belt

    06/07/26 17:28:17 31SHJ620 0056  TETHER STRAP HOOK ANCHOR Remove the head restraint (see page ). Make sure the removed head restraint is secured in the cargo area. Reinstall the head restraint when the child seat is removed. Follow steps 6 and 7 on page Installing a Child Seat with a Lap/ Shoulder Belt When not using the LATCH system,...

  • Page 58

    06/07/26 17:28:25 31SHJ620 0057  Installing a Child Seat To activate the lockable retractor, slowly pull the shoulder part of the belt all the way out until it stops, then let the belt feed back into the retractor. After the belt has retracted, tug on it.

  • Page 59: With A Tether

    06/07/26 17:28:32 31SHJ620 0058  Installing a Child Seat with a Tether A child seat with a tether can be installed in any seating position in the second or third row seats. Since a tether can provide additional security to the lap/shoulder belt installation, we recommend using a tether whenever one is required or available.

  • Page 60

    06/07/26 17:28:40 31SHJ620 0059  Installing a Child Seat TETHER STRAP HOOK ANCHOR Attach the tether strap hook to the anchor, making sure the strap is not twisted. Tighten the strap according to the seat maker’s instructions. Third Row Installation Outside seating position ANCHORAGE POINTS Each outside seating position of the third row has an anchorage point on the seat-back.

  • Page 61

    06/07/26 17:28:49 31SHJ620 0060  Remove the head restraint (see page ). Make sure the removed head restraint is secured in the cargo area. Reinstall the head restraint when the child seat is removed. (Outside seating position) To use the anchor, pull up the anchor cover.

  • Page 62: Protecting Larger Children

    06/07/26 17:28:56 31SHJ620 0061  Protecting Larger Children When a child reaches the recommended weight or height limit for a forward-facing child seat, the child should sit in a back seat on a booster seat and wear a lap/shoulder belt. The following pages give instructions on how to check proper seat belt fit, what kind of booster seat to use if one is needed, and...

  • Page 63: Using A Booster Seat

    06/07/26 17:29:05 31SHJ620 0062  Does the shoulder belt cross between the child’s neck and arm? Is the lap part of the belt as low as possible, touching the child’s thighs? Will the child be able to stay seated like this for the whole trip? If you answer yes to all these questions, the child is ready to wear the lap/shoulder belt correctly.

  • Page 64: When Can A Larger Child Sit In Front

    06/07/26 17:29:13 31SHJ620 0063  Protecting Larger Children If a child who uses a booster seat must ride in front, move the vehicle seat as far back as possible and be sure the child is wearing the seat belt properly. A child may continue using a booster seat until the tops of their ears are even with the top of the vehicle’s or booster’s seat-back.

  • Page 65: Additional Safety Precautions

    06/07/26 17:29:21 31SHJ620 0064  If you decide that a child can safely ride up front, be sure to: Carefully read the owner’s manual, and make sure you understand all seat belt instructions and all safety information. Move the vehicle seat to the rear- most position.

  • Page 66: Carbon Monoxide Hazard

    06/07/26 17:29:29 31SHJ620 0065  Carbon Monoxide Hazard Your vehicle’s exhaust contains carbon monoxide gas. Carbon monoxide should not enter the vehicle in normal driving if you maintain your vehicle properly and follow the information on this page. Have the exhaust system inspected for leaks whenever: The vehicle is raised for an oil change.

  • Page 67: Safety Labels

    06/07/26 17:29:41 31SHJ620 0066  These labels are in the locations shown. They warn you of potential hazards that could cause serious injury or death. Read these labels carefully. If a label comes off or becomes hard to read (except for the U.S. dashboard label which may be removed by the owner), contact your dealer for a replacement.

  • Page 68

    06/07/26 17:30:00 31SHJ620 0067  Safety Labels HOOD DOORJAMB U.S. models Canadian models U.S. models Canadian models RADIATOR CAP...

  • Page 69: Instruments And Controls

    06/07/26 17:30:04 31SHJ620 0068  This section gives information about the controls and displays that contribute to the daily operation of your vehicle. All the essential controls are within easy reach. Control Locations Instrument Panel . 65, 66 Instrument Panel Indicators Gauges Multi-Information Display Controls Near the Steering Wheel .

  • Page 70

    06/07/26 17:30:10 31SHJ620 0069  Control Locations INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS GAUGES (P.77) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.191) POWER DOOR LOCK SWITCH (P.154) DRIVING POSITION MEMORY SYSTEM BUTTONS (P.185) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES (P.187) FUEL FILL DOOR RELEASE HANDLE (P.307) HOOD RELEASE HANDLE (P.308) (P.65, 66) AUTOMATIC HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM/ TRANSMISSION CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (P.322)

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    06/07/26 17:30:19 31SHJ620 0070  LX, EX and EX-L models CRUISE MAIN INDICATOR IMMOBILIZER (P.75) SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.70) LIGHTS ON INDICATOR (P.72) FUEL ECONOMY INDICATOR (P.75) CHARGING SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.67, 409) MALFUNCTION MAINTENANCE INDICATOR MINDER LAMP INDICATOR (P.67, 410) (P.76) The U.S. instrument panel is shown. Differences for the Canadian models are noted in the text. POWER SLIDING VSA ACTIVATION DOOR INDICATOR...

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    06/07/26 17:30:29 31SHJ620 0071  Instrument Panel Touring models LIGHTS ON INDICATOR (P.72) CHARGING SYSTEM INDICATOR (P.67, 409) FOG LIGHT INDICATOR (P.72) FUEL ECONOMY INDICATOR (P.75) MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP (P.67, 410) * The U.S. instrument panel is shown. Differences for the Canadian models are noted in the text. IMMOBILIZER VEHICLE STABILITY SYSTEM...

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    06/07/26 17:30:40 31SHJ620 0072  The instrument panel has many indicators to give you important information about your vehicle. Malfunction Indicator Lamp For more information, see page On Touring models You will also see a ‘‘CHECK EMISSION SYSTEM’’ message on the multi-information display (see page Charging System Indicator...

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    06/07/26 17:30:49 31SHJ620 0073  Instrument Panel Indicators Seat Belt Reminder Indicator This indicator comes on when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. It reminds you and your passengers to fasten your seat belts. A beeper also sounds if you have not fastened your seat belt.

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    06/07/26 17:30:59 31SHJ620 0074  Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) Indicator This indicator normally comes on for a few seconds when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, and when the ignition switch is turned to the START (III) position. If it comes on at any other time, there is a problem with the ABS.

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    06/07/26 17:31:10 31SHJ620 0075  Instrument Panel Indicators Immobilizer System Indicator This indicator comes on for a few seconds when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. It will go off if you have inserted a properly-coded ignition key. If it is not a properly-coded key, the indicator will blink and the engine will not start (see page...

  • Page 77

    (see page Your vehicle has Michelin PAX tires. Repair or replacement of PAX tires must be done by a Honda dealer or an authorized Michelin PAX system dealer. For more information, see page...

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    06/07/26 17:31:31 31SHJ620 0077  Instrument Panel Indicators Turn Signal and Hazard Warning Indicators The left or right turn signal indicator blinks when you signal a lane change or turn. If an indicator does not blink or blinks rapidly, it usually means one of the turn signal bulbs is burned out (see pages Replace the bulb as soon as possible, since other drivers cannot see that...

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    06/07/26 17:31:39 31SHJ620 0078  Daytime Running Lights Indicator On Canadian LX, EX and EX-L models DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS (DRL) INDICATOR If this indicator comes on when the ignition switch is turned to the ON (II) position and the parking brake is released, it means there is a problem in the high beam headlight’s circuit.

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    06/07/26 17:31:47 31SHJ620 0079  Instrument Panel Indicators Low Fuel Indicator LOW FUEL INDICATOR This indicator is in the fuel gauge. It comes on as a reminder that you must refuel soon. When the indicator comes on, there is about 3.01 US gal (11.4 ) of fuel remaining in the tank before the reading reaches E.

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    06/07/26 17:31:56 31SHJ620 0080  Cruise Main Indicator This indicator comes on when you turn on the cruise control system by pressing the CRUISE button on the steering wheel (see page Cruise Control Indicator This indicator comes on when you set the cruise control. See page for information on operating the cruise control.

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    06/07/26 17:32:05 31SHJ620 0081  Instrument Panel Indicators Maintenance Minder Indicator On LX, EX and EX-L models This indicator comes on for a few seconds when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. It reminds you that it is time to take your vehicle in for scheduled maintenance.

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    06/07/26 17:32:14 31SHJ620 0082  LX, EX and EX-L models TACHOMETER SPEEDOMETER INFORMATION DISPLAY Touring models TACHOMETER SPEEDOMETER MULTI-INFORMATION DISPLAY Temperature Gauge This shows the temperature of the engine’s coolant. During normal operation, the pointer should rise to about the middle of the gauge. In severe driving conditions, the pointer may rise to the upper zone.

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    06/07/26 17:32:23 31SHJ620 0083  Gauges On Touring models For information about the multi- information display, see page Information Display On LX, EX and EX-L models The information display in the instrument panel displays various information when the ignition switch is in the ON (II) position. Some of the information helps to keep you driving safely.

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    06/07/26 17:32:30 31SHJ620 0084  Outside Temperature Indicator On EX and EX-L models This indicator displays the outside temperature in Fahrenheit (U.S. models) or Centigrade (Canadian models). To see the outside temperature, press and release the Select/Reset knob until the temperature is displayed. The temperature sensor is in the front bumper.

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    06/07/26 17:32:37 31SHJ620 0085  Gauges Maintenance Minder The information display in the instrument panel shows you the engine oil life and maintenance service items when the ignition switch is in the ON (II) position. This information helps to keep you aware of the periodic maintenance your vehicle needs for continued trouble- free driving.

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    06/07/26 17:32:44 31SHJ620 0086  On Touring models only The multi-information display in the instrument panel displays various information and messages when the ignition switch is in the ON (II) position. Some of the messages help you operate your vehicle more comfortably. Others help to keep you aware of the periodic maintenance your vehicle needs for continued trouble-free driving.

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    06/07/26 17:32:53 31SHJ620 0087  Multi-Information Display UPPER SEGMENT LOWER SEGMENT The multi-information display consists of two segments; an upper segment and a lower segment. In normal display mode, the upper segment displays the trip computer. The lower segment displays the odometer, Trip A/B, outside temperature, compass, and engine oil life and maintenance message.

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    06/07/26 17:33:01 31SHJ620 0088  ELAPSED TIME: The time traveled since you last reset the trip computer. When you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, ELAPSED TIME is reset. You can customize the ELAPSED TIME reset condition in the multi- information display (see page AVERAGE SPEED: The average speed you are traveling.

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    06/07/26 17:33:06 31SHJ620 0089  Multi-Information Display If you press the INFO button while AVERAGE FUEL is displayed, you will see the tire pressure monitor in both segments. This monitor is a part of the tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). See page more information. Pressing the INFO button again brings the display back to the initial display of the trip computer ‘‘INST.

  • Page 91

    06/07/26 17:33:12 31SHJ620 0090  In the lower segment, each time you press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel, the display changes from ‘‘Trip A/Odometer’’ to ‘‘Trip A/ Outside Temperature’’ to ‘‘Trip B/ Outside Temperature’’ to ‘‘Engine Oil Life’’, and then back to the ‘‘Trip A/Odometer’’...

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    06/07/26 17:33:22 31SHJ620 0091  Multi-Information Display Trip Meter While a trip meter is displayed, you can change the display between ‘‘Trip A’’ and ‘‘Trip B’’ by pressing the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel, or the select/reset knob on the instrument panel. To reset a trip meter, display it, then press and hold the SEL/RESET button until the number resets to ‘‘0.0’’.

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    06/07/26 17:33:30 31SHJ620 0092  Outside Temperature Display OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE DISPLAY This shows the outside temperature in Fahrenheit (U.S. models), or in Centigrade (Canadian models). The temperature sensor is in the front bumper. The temperature reading can be affected by heat reflection from the road surface, engine heat, and the exhaust from surrounding traffic.

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    06/07/26 17:33:46 31SHJ620 0093  Multi-Information Display See page 94, 300 See page 11, 91 See page 21, 91 See page U.S. 91, 411 Canada See page U.S. 93, 411 Canada See page U.S. 97, 411 Canada See page 95, 333 See page 94, 332 See page 100, 392 See page...

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    06/07/26 17:34:01 31SHJ620 0094  See page 98, 328 See page 96, 330 See page U.S. 35, 94 Canada * See page 99, 141 See page U.S. 99, 163 Canada * : Canadian model only See page U.S. 99, 169 Canada See page 98, 301 See page See page *...

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    06/07/26 17:34:10 31SHJ620 0095  Multi-Information Display SYSTEM MESSAGE INDICATOR The system message(s) triggers the appropriate indicator(s) on the instrument panel, including the system message indicator, to come on. The system message indicator does not go off until the problem(s) is corrected. You will also hear a beep when the system message indicator comes on for the first time.

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    06/07/26 17:34:20 31SHJ620 0096  Fasten Seat Belt In addition to the seat belt reminder indicator on the instrument panel, the multi-information display interrupts the current display and shows ‘‘FASTEN SEAT BELT’’ or ‘‘FASTEN PASSENGER SEAT BELT’’ if you or your front passenger do not fasten your seat belts while driving.

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    06/07/26 17:34:27 31SHJ620 0097  Multi-Information Display Remove Key If you leave the key in the ignition switch in the LOCK (0) or ACCESSORY (I) position and open the driver’s door, you will see ‘‘REMOVE KEY’’ on the display and hear a reminder beeper. Tighten Fuel Cap Your vehicle’s on board diagnostic system will detect a loose or missing...

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    06/07/26 17:34:36 31SHJ620 0098  Brake Fluid Low U.S. Canada If the brake fluid level is at or below the MIN mark on the side of the brake fluid reservoir in the engine compartment, you will see ‘‘BRAKE FLUID LOW.’’ If you see this message, have the brake system checked by your dealer (see page Fuel Low...

  • Page 100

    06/07/26 17:34:45 31SHJ620 0099  Multi-Information Display Passenger Side Airbag Off U.S. Canada If the passenger’s side airbag has automatically shut off, you will see ‘‘PASSENGER SIDE AIRBAG OFF’’ on the multi-information display. See page for more information. Check Tire Pressure If one or more of your vehicle tires are low on pressure, you will see a ‘‘CHECK TIRE PRESSURE’’...

  • Page 101

    06/07/26 17:34:56 31SHJ620 0100  Maintenance Messages When the engine oil life reaches 15 %, the display shows ‘‘SERVICE DUE SOON’’ and the code for the maintenance items to be performed. When the engine oil life reaches 5 %, the display shows ‘‘SERVICE DUE NOW’’...

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    06/07/26 17:35:04 31SHJ620 0101  Multi-Information Display Check VSA System If there is a problem with the vehicle stability assist (VSA) system, you will see ‘‘CHECK VSA SYSTEM’’ on the multi-information display. If you see this message, have the VSA system checked by your dealer (see page Check Engine Oil Level If the engine oil is very low or has...

  • Page 103

    06/07/26 20:44:11 31SHJ620 0102  Check Emission System If you see ‘‘CHECK EMISSION SYSTEM’’ on the multi-information display, it means one of the engine’s emission systems may have a problem. Have your vehicle checked by your dealer (see page Check Brake System U.S. Canada If there is a problem with the brake system, you will see ‘‘CHECK BRAKE SYSTEM’’...

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    06/07/26 17:35:20 31SHJ620 0103  Multi-Information Display Check ABS System If there is a problem in the anti-lock brake system (ABS), you will see ‘‘CHECK ABS SYSTEM’’ on the multi-information display. If you see this message, have your vehicle checked by a dealer (see page Check Airbag System If there is a problem with your front airbags, side airbags, passenger’s...

  • Page 105

    06/07/26 17:35:30 31SHJ620 0104  Check Left/Right Sliding Door U.S. Canada If there is a problem with either power sliding door, the multi- information display shows ‘‘CHECK LEFT SLIDING DOOR’’ or ‘‘CHECK RIGHT SLIDING DOOR.’’ See page for more information. Check Power Tailgate U.S. Canada If there is a problem with the power tailgate, the display shows ‘‘CHECK...

  • Page 106

    06/07/26 17:35:37 31SHJ620 0105  Multi-Information Display PAX Warning Messages On U.S. model only Your vehicle is equipped with the Michelin PAX system. The PAX system uses the multi-information display to show you one of three messages while you are driving with a flat tire. For more information, see page...

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    06/07/26 17:35:49 31SHJ620 0106  Customized Settings With the ignition switch in the ON (II) position, press and hold the INFO button for more than 3 seconds. ‘‘CUSTOMIZE ENTRY’’ appears on the multi-information display. You can customize some vehicle control settings for ‘‘DRIVER 1’’ and ‘‘DRIVER 2’’...

  • Page 108

    06/07/26 17:35:54 31SHJ620 0107  Multi-Information Display Group Setup Menu Item METER SETUP LANGUAGE (P. 107) SELECTION ADJUST OUTSIDE TEMP. DISPLAY TRIP A & AVG. FUEL RESET with REFUEL COMPASS ZONE SELECTION ELAPSED TIME RESET POSITION SETUP MEMORY POSITION (P. 119) LINK LIGHTING INTERIOR LIGHT SETUP DIMMING TIME (P.

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    06/07/26 17:36:00 31SHJ620 0108  Group Setup Menu Item DOOR · WINDOW AUTO DOOR LOCK SETUP (P. 125) AUTO DOOR UNLOCK KEYLESS LOCK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SECURTY RELOCK TIMER WIPER SETUP WIPER ACTION (P. 134) DEFAULT ALL Description Changes when the doors automatically lock. Changes when the doors automatically unlock. The exterior lights flash each time you press the LOCK or UNLOCK button.

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    06/07/26 17:36:06 31SHJ620 0109  Multi-Information Display DEFAULT ALL To enter the customizing mode, press and hold the INFO button for more than 3 seconds. Then select ‘‘DEFAULT ALL’’ by pressing the INFO button. Press the SEL/RESET button to enter ‘‘DEFAULT ALL.’’ To set the default settings, select ‘‘OK’’...

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    06/07/26 17:36:11 31SHJ620 0110  If ‘‘DEFAULT ALL’’ is not completed successfully, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display goes back to the normal message mode. Repeat the procedure to select ‘‘DEFAULT ALL.’’ If you want to cancel ‘‘DEFAULT ALL,’’...

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    06/07/26 17:36:21 31SHJ620 0111  Multi-Information Display Change Setting You can customize some of the vehicle control settings to your preference. Here are the settings you can customize: METER SETUP (see page POSITION SETUP (see page LIGHTING SETUP (see page DOOR · WINDOW SETUP (see page WIPER SETUP (see page While the multi-information display...

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    06/07/26 17:36:31 31SHJ620 0112  Meter Setup There are four custom settings items in the Meter Setup: LANGUAGE SELECTION (see page ADJUST OUTSIDE TEMP. DISPLAY (see page TRIP A & AVG. FUEL A RESET with REFUEL (see page COMPASS ZONE SELECTION (see page ELAPSED TIME RESET (see page While ‘‘METER SETUP’’...

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    06/07/26 17:36:37 31SHJ620 0113  Multi-Information Display Language Selection While the multi-information display is showing ‘‘METER SETUP,’’ press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel. The display changes to ‘‘LANGUAGE SELECTION.’’ Press the SEL/RESET button again to enter the language selection mode. There are three selectable languages, English, French, and Spanish.

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    06/07/26 17:36:45 31SHJ620 0114  When language selection is successfully completed, the display changes to the screen shown above for several seconds, then goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ All the messages in the multi- information display will be in the language you selected. If you fail to select a language properly, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE...

  • Page 116

    06/07/26 17:36:51 31SHJ620 0115  Multi-Information Display Adjust Outside Temp. Display If you find that the temperature reading is always a few degrees below or above the actual temperature, adjust it as described on the following columns. While the multi-information display shows ‘‘METER SETUP,’’ press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel.

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    06/07/26 17:36:58 31SHJ620 0116  When your selection is successfully entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display changes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter the desired adjustment properly, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 118

    06/07/26 17:37:04 31SHJ620 0117  Multi-Information Display Trip A & Avg. Fuel Reset with Refuel To cause ‘‘Trip meter A’’ and ‘‘Average Fuel Economy’’ to reset every time you refuel your vehicle, adjust it as described on the following pages. While the multi-information display shows ‘‘METER SETUP’’...

  • Page 119

    06/07/26 17:37:11 31SHJ620 0118  When your selection is successfully entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 120

    06/07/26 17:37:17 31SHJ620 0119  Multi-Information Display Compass Zone Selection On Touring models without navigation system In most areas, there is a variation between magnetic north and true north. Zone selection is required so the compass can compensate for this variation. To check and select the zone set into the compass, do the procedure on the following pages.

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    06/07/26 17:37:22 31SHJ620 0120  Multi-Information Display Find the zone for your area on the map shown in the next column. Press the INFO button until you see your zone number in the lower segment. Then press the SEL/ RESET button to enter your zone number.

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    06/07/26 17:37:28 31SHJ620 0121  Multi-Information Display When your zone number is successfully entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display changes to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your zone number, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 123

    06/07/26 17:37:36 31SHJ620 0122  Elapsed Time Reset There are three possible settings: IGN RESET: The elapsed time resets each time the ignition switch is turned to the ON (II) position. TRIP A RESET: The elapsed time resets each time the TRIP A is reset. TRIP B RESET: The elapsed time resets each time the TRIP B is reset.

  • Page 124

    06/07/26 17:37:42 31SHJ620 0123  Multi-Information Display When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 125

    06/07/26 17:37:50 31SHJ620 0124  Position Setup If ‘‘MEMORY POSITION LINK’’ is ‘‘ON,’’ the driver’s seat moves to the position stored in the memory when you open the driver’s door, using the remote transmitter. Refer to page for setting the seat position memory. Also refer to page for remote transmitter use.

  • Page 126

    06/07/26 17:37:57 31SHJ620 0125  Multi-Information Display When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 127

    06/07/26 17:38:07 31SHJ620 0126  Lighting Setup There are two custom settings in the Lighting Setup: INTERIOR LIGHT DIMMING TIME (see page HEADLIGHT AUTO OFF TIMER (see page While the ‘‘LIGHTING SETUP’’ is displayed, press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel. Each time you press the INFO button, the display changes between ‘‘INTERIOR LIGHT DIMMING TIME’’...

  • Page 128

    06/07/26 17:38:13 31SHJ620 0127  Multi-Information Display When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 129

    06/07/26 17:38:20 31SHJ620 0128  Headlight Auto Off Timer The headlights, parking lights, taillights, and license plate light turn off after the selected time when you remove the key from the ignition switch and close the driver’s door. While the multi-information display shows ‘‘LIGHTING SETUP,’’ press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel.

  • Page 130

    06/07/26 17:38:26 31SHJ620 0129  Multi-Information Display When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 131

    06/07/26 17:38:35 31SHJ620 0130  Door · Window Setup There are three custom settings in the Door · Window Setup: AUTO DOOR LOCK (see page AUTO DOOR UNLOCK (see page KEYLESS LOCK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (see page SECURITY RELOCK TIMER (see page While the multi-information display shows ‘‘DOOR ·...

  • Page 132

    06/07/26 20:44:19 31SHJ620 0131  Multi-Information Display Auto Door Lock There are three settings you can choose from: − The auto door lock is deactivated all the time. VEHICLE SPEED The doors lock − when the vehicle speed reaches 10 mph (15 km/h). SHIFT FROM P −...

  • Page 133

    06/07/26 17:38:50 31SHJ620 0132  When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 134

    06/07/26 17:38:58 31SHJ620 0133  Multi-Information Display Auto Door Unlock There are three settings you can choose from: SHIFT TO P The driver’s door or − all the doors unlock when you move the shift lever to Park. IGN OFF The driver’s door or all −...

  • Page 135

    06/07/26 17:39:04 31SHJ620 0134  When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 136

    06/07/26 17:39:12 31SHJ620 0135  Multi-Information Display Keyless Lock Acknowledgement When you press the UNLOCK button on the remote transmitter to unlock the doors and the tailgate, the exterior lights blink twice to verify that the doors and the tailgate are unlocked and the security system is turned off.

  • Page 137

    06/07/26 17:39:19 31SHJ620 0136  When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display changes to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 138

    06/07/26 17:39:26 31SHJ620 0137  Multi-Information Display Security Relock Timer If you unlock the doors and the tailgate with the remote transmitter, but do not open any of the doors or the tailgate within 30 seconds, the doors and the tailgate automatically relock and the security system sets. You can change this relock time from 30 seconds to 60 or 90 seconds.

  • Page 139

    06/07/26 17:39:32 31SHJ620 0138  When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 140

    06/07/26 17:39:40 31SHJ620 0139  Multi-Information Display Wiper Setup You can select from these two settings when the wiper switch is in the INT (intermittent) position: WITH VEH SPD The intermittent − operation varies according to vehicle speed. INTERMITTENT − intermittent operation varies according to the selection you make on the wiper lever’s intermittent control ring.

  • Page 141

    06/07/26 17:39:46 31SHJ620 0140  When your selection is entered, you will see the above display for several seconds, and then the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ If you fail to enter your selection, you will see the above display for several seconds, and the display goes back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’...

  • Page 142: Controls Near The Steering Wheel

    06/07/26 17:39:55 31SHJ620 0141  Controls Near the Steering Wheel PEDAL POSITION HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNAL/ ADJUSTMENT SWITCH FOG LIGHTS (P.193) POWER SLIDING DOOR SWITCH (P.165) MOONROOF SWITCH (P.190) REMOTE AUDIO CONTROL BUTTONS (P.255) POWER TAILGATE (P.161)/ SWITCH VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST (VSA) OFF SWITCH (P.331) PARKING SENSOR SYSTEM SWITCH (P.299) NAVIGATION...

  • Page 143: Windshield Wipers And Washers

    06/07/26 17:40:04 31SHJ620 0142  MIST − Intermittent − Low speed − High speed Windshield washers Push the right lever up or down to select a position. Windshield Wipers and Washers MIST The wipers run at high − speed until you release the lever. The wipers are not activated.

  • Page 144: Rear Window Wiper And Washer

    06/07/26 17:40:15 31SHJ620 0143  Windshield Wipers and Washers, Turn Signal, Headlights Rear Window Wiper and Washer To turn on the rear window wiper, rotate the switch clockwise to ON. It operates intermittently. Hold past ON to turn the window wiper on and the window washer Rotate the switch counterclockwise to spray the window washer without activating...

  • Page 145

    06/07/26 17:40:22 31SHJ620 0144  Turn Signal Push down on the − lever to signal a left turn and up to signal a right turn. To signal a lane change, push lightly on the lever, and hold it. The lever will return to center when you release it or complete a turn.

  • Page 146

    06/07/26 17:40:28 31SHJ620 0145  Headlights On Touring models AUTO − The automatic lighting feature turns on the headlights, all other exterior lights, and the instrument panel lights when it senses low ambient light. To turn on the automatic lighting, turn the light switch to AUTO at any time.

  • Page 147

    06/07/26 17:40:38 31SHJ620 0146  Fog Lights On Touring models Turn the fog lights on and off by turning the switch next to the headlight switch. You can use the fog lights only when the headlights are on low beam. They will go off when the headlights are turned off.

  • Page 148: Instrument Panel Brightness

    06/07/26 17:40:44 31SHJ620 0147  Instrument Panel Brightness SELECT/RESET KNOB The Select/Reset knob on the instrument panel controls the brightness of the instrument panel lights. Turn the knob to adjust the brightness. Separate adjustments can be made when the headlights are on and off. You will hear a beep when maximum or minimum brightness is reached.

  • Page 149: Rear Window Defogger

    06/07/26 17:40:52 31SHJ620 0148  Hazard Warning Button Push the button between the center vents to turn on the hazard warning lights (four-way flashers). This causes all outside turn signals and both indicators in the instrument panel to flash. Use the hazard warning lights if you need to park in a dangerous area near heavy traffic, or if your vehicle is disabled.

  • Page 150: Steering Wheel Adjustment

    06/07/26 17:40:58 31SHJ620 0149  Steering Wheel Adjustment Make any steering wheel adjustment before you start driving. Adjusting the steering wheel position while driving may cause you to lose control of the vehicle and be seriously injured in a crash. Adjust the steering wheel only when the vehicle is stopped.

  • Page 151: Keys And Locks

    You should have received a key number tag with your keys. You will need this key number if you ever have to get a lost key replaced. Use only Honda-approved key blanks. Keys and Locks These keys contain electronic circuits that are activated by the immobilizer system.

  • Page 152: Immobilizer System

    06/07/26 17:41:15 31SHJ620 0151  Immobilizer System The immobilizer system protects your vehicle from theft. If an improperly-coded key (or other device) is used, the engine will not start. When you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, the immobilizer system indicator should come on for a few seconds, then go off.

  • Page 153: Ignition Switch

    06/07/26 17:41:23 31SHJ620 0152  The ignition switch has four positions: LOCK (0), ACCESSORY (I), ON (II), and START (III). LOCK (0) You can insert or − remove the key only in this position. To turn the key to the LOCK (0) position, the shift lever must be in Park, and you must push the key in slightly.

  • Page 154: Remote Transmitter

    06/07/26 17:41:29 31SHJ620 0153  Remote Transmitter On LX model UNLOCK LOCK BUTTON BUTTON PANIC BUTTON LOCK − Press this button once to lock all doors and the tailgate. Some exterior lights will flash once. When you push LOCK twice within 5 seconds, you will hear a beep to verify that the security system has set.

  • Page 155

    06/07/26 17:41:39 31SHJ620 0154  Replacing the Transmitter Battery SCREW If it takes several pushes on the button to lock or unlock the doors and the tailgate, replace the battery as soon as possible. Battery type: CR1616 To replace the battery: Remove the screw at the base of the transmitter with a small Phillips-head screwdriver.

  • Page 156

    06/07/26 17:41:47 31SHJ620 0155  Remote Transmitter On EX, EX-L and Touring models LOCK BUTTON UNLOCK BUTTON PANIC BUTTON LOCK − Press this button once to lock all doors and the tailgate. Some exterior lights will flash once. When you push LOCK twice within 5 seconds, you will hear a beep to verify that the security system has set.

  • Page 157: Opening Or Closing The Power Sliding Doors

    06/07/26 17:41:55 31SHJ620 0156  Opening or Closing the Power Sliding Doors DRIVER’S SIDE SLIDING DOOR BUTTON PASSENGER’S SIDE SLIDING DOOR BUTTON You can open or close each sliding door with the remote transmitter when the doors are unlocked. Push and hold the right button to open or close the passenger’s side door, and the left button to open or close the driver’s side door.

  • Page 158

    06/07/26 17:42:04 31SHJ620 0157  Remote Transmitter Recalling a Memorized Seat Position With Driver 1 With Driver 2 On Touring models only Each remote transmitter activates the driver’s seat position memory system (see page ) and customized vehicle control settings (see page ). When you open the driver’s door after unlocking it with the remote transmitter, the driver’s seat moves to the positions stored in...

  • Page 159

    06/07/26 17:42:12 31SHJ620 0158  Replacing the Transmitter Battery If it takes several pushes on the button to lock or unlock the doors and the tailgate, replace the battery as soon as possible. Battery type: CR2025 To replace the battery, separate the halfs by carefully prying on the edge with a coin.

  • Page 160: Door Locks

    06/07/26 17:42:20 31SHJ620 0159  Door Locks Power Door Locks Lock MASTER DOOR LOCK SWITCH To lock the doors and the tailgate, press the front of the master door lock switch on either front door, press the lock tab on the driver’s door, or use the outside lock on the driver’s door.

  • Page 161: Auto Door Locking/unlocking

    06/07/26 17:42:33 31SHJ620 0160  Auto Door Locking/Unlocking On LX, EX and EX-L models Your vehicle has customizable settings for the doors and the tailgate to automatically lock and unlock. Make all settings before you start driving. With the auto door locking and unlocking, the tailgate also locks and unlocks.

  • Page 162

    06/07/26 17:42:42 31SHJ620 0161  Door Locks Push and hold the brake pedal, then move the shift lever out of Park (P). Push and hold the front of the master door lock switch on the driver’s door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound.

  • Page 163

    06/07/26 17:42:54 31SHJ620 0162  To activate an auto door lock mode: Locks all doors and the tailgate when the shift lever is moved out of Park (P). Make sure the shift lever is in Park (P), and close the driver’s door. Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.

  • Page 164

    06/07/26 17:43:07 31SHJ620 0163  Door Locks To activate an auto door unlock mode: Unlocks driver’s door or all doors and the tailgate when the ignition switch is out of the ON (II) position. Make sure the shift lever is in Park (P), and close the driver’s door.

  • Page 165

    06/07/26 17:43:17 31SHJ620 0164  Push and hold the rear of the master door lock switch on the driver’s door. You will hear a clicking sound, and after about 5 seconds, you will hear another clicking sound. Release the switch, and turn the ignition switch to the ACCESSORY (I) position within 5 seconds.

  • Page 166: Childproof Door Locks

    06/07/26 17:43:24 31SHJ620 0165  Door Locks, Tailgate Childproof Door Locks The childproof door locks are designed to prevent children seated in the rear from accidentally opening the rear sliding doors. Each door has a lock lever near the edge. With the lever in the LOCK position, the door cannot be opened from the inside regardless of the position of the lock tab.

  • Page 167: Tailgate

    06/07/26 17:43:32 31SHJ620 0166  Power Tailgate POWER TAILGATE SWITCH TAILGATE BUTTON On Touring models only The tailgate can be opened and closed with the remote transmitter or the switch on the dashboard when both front doors are unlocked. Press and hold the tailgate button on the remote transmitter or the dashboard switch for about 1 second to open or close the tailgate.

  • Page 168

    06/07/26 17:43:41 31SHJ620 0167  Tailgate Auto-Reverse The power tailgate has an auto- reverse feature. If it meets resistance while opening or closing, it will beep three times and reverse direction. However, the tailgate may not reverse immediately. Always make sure passengers and objects are clear of the tailgate before opening or closing it.

  • Page 169

    06/07/26 17:43:51 31SHJ620 0168  If you try to drive off with the tailgate not closed completely, a beeper sounds and a ‘‘DOOR & TAILGATE OPEN’’ message is shown on the multi-information display. Keep the tailgate closed at all times while driving to avoid damaging the tailgate and to prevent exhaust gas from getting into the interior.

  • Page 170

    06/07/26 17:44:00 31SHJ620 0169  Tailgate, Sliding Doors Lock Unlock On LX, EX and EX-L models Use the key to unlock the tailgate as shown, then pull the outer handle to open the tailgate. If you need to unlock the tailgate manually, it means there is a problem with the tailgate.

  • Page 171: Sliding Doors

    06/07/26 17:44:10 31SHJ620 0170  When the shift lever is in Park: If you shift out of Park while a door is closing, you will hear a beep until the door closes. When you shift out of Park while a door is opening, you will hear a continuous tone and the door will stop moving if you release the brake pedal or the parking brake.

  • Page 172

    06/07/26 17:44:19 31SHJ620 0171  Sliding Doors To open a power sliding door, push and release the bottom of the appropriate switch. If you forget to unlock the door, you will hear three beeps. Unlock the door, and try again. To close a sliding door, push and release the top of the switch.

  • Page 173

    06/07/26 17:44:28 31SHJ620 0172  Manually Opening/Closing the Power Sliding Door You can manually open or close the sliding doors. The MAIN switch must be in the OFF position. To open a door, pull the inside or outside door handle, and slide the door back. It will latch in the fully open position.

  • Page 174

    06/07/26 17:44:37 31SHJ620 0173  Sliding Doors Refueling When you release the fuel fill door, the driver’s side sliding door automatically locks so it cannot open and interfere with the fuel door. If a passenger attempts to unlock the door by cycling the lock knob several times, the door can be opened.

  • Page 175

    06/07/26 17:44:45 31SHJ620 0174  Pinch Sensor PINCH SENSOR On EX, EX-L and Touring models Each sliding door has a pinch sensor on the front edge. Do not damage this sensor, or the power sliding door may not operate properly. Power Sliding Door Indicator POWER SLIDING DOOR INDICATOR U.S.

  • Page 176

    06/07/26 17:44:51 31SHJ620 0175  Seats Passenger Seating Convertible Second Row Bucket Seats There are bucket seats with armrests for two front passengers, bucket seats with armrests for two passengers in the second row, and a bench seat for three passengers in the third row. For greater cargo capacity, the seats in the second row can be removed, and the bench seat in the third row...

  • Page 177

    06/07/26 17:45:01 31SHJ620 0176  Seat Adjustments See pages − for important safety information and warnings about how to properly position the seats and seat- backs. The EX, EX-L and Touring models have a power adjustable driver’s seat. The LX model has manual driver’s seat adjustments.

  • Page 178

    06/07/26 17:45:08 31SHJ620 0177  Seats ADJUSTMENT STRAPS The left and right halves of the third seat-back can be adjusted separately. To adjust the angle, pull the adjustment strap on the outside of each seat-back, move the seat-back to the desired position, and release the adjustment strap.

  • Page 179

    06/07/26 17:45:17 31SHJ620 0178  Moves the seat forward and backward. Moves the front of the seat up or down. Raises or lowers the Driver’s Lumbar Support seat. Moves the whole seat up and forward, or down and backward. The front of the seat also tilts up or down at the same time.

  • Page 180

    06/07/26 17:45:26 31SHJ620 0179  Seats Armrests An armrest is located on each of the front seats and on each side of the second row seats. Pivot it down to use it. When you remove the bucket seats in the second row, pivot the armrests up out of the way.

  • Page 181

    06/07/26 17:45:33 31SHJ620 0180  Third Seat Access To get into or out of the third row seat, walk between the second row seats. When the seat on the passenger’s side is moved to the center, walk through the passenger’s side to get into or out of the third row seat. You need to remove the stowable plus-one seat (see page ) or the...

  • Page 182: Seats

    06/07/26 17:45:40 31SHJ620 0181  Seats Moving the Second Row Bucket Seat The second row bucket seat on the passenger’s side can be moved to the center to provide access to the third row seat. COVER Remove the cover from under the passenger’s side bucket seat. If you have already set the floor mat under the passenger’s side bucket seat, make sure you...

  • Page 183

    06/07/26 17:45:46 31SHJ620 0182  To move the bucket seat back to the outside, follow step 1 through 3 as previously described. Make sure the seats are securely locked in place before driving. A seat that is not locked in place could fly around and cause injury in a sudden stop or crash.

  • Page 184

    06/07/26 17:45:55 31SHJ620 0183  Seats TABS Outer position BUTTONS SLITS To install the floor mat in an outer position or the center position, insert the tabs into the slits on the floor, then snap the two buttons in place. Refer to the illustrations above. Removing the Bucket Seats in the Second Row Center position...

  • Page 185

    06/07/26 17:46:02 31SHJ620 0184  Unlock the seat from the floor by pulling the lock release lever under the seat cushion’s front edge and lifting the rear of the seat. Unhook the front of the seat from the floor by pulling it back slightly, then pivoting it upward.

  • Page 186

    06/07/26 17:46:11 31SHJ620 0185  Seats SEAT CUSHION STRAP SEAT-BACK STRAP To remove the plus-one seat: Lower the head restraints fully. Remove the seat cushion by pulling the seat cushion strap. Fold the seat-back forward by pulling the seat-back strap. LOCK RELEASE LEVER Unlock the seat from the floor by pulling the lock release lever and lifting the rear of the seat.

  • Page 187

    06/07/26 17:46:18 31SHJ620 0186  STOWABLE SECOND ROW PLUS-ONE SEAT The stowable plus-one seat assembly can be stored in the floor storage area between the front seats and the second row seats. LEG FOLDING LEVER To install the stowable plus-one seat, extend the legs by pulling the leg folding lever.

  • Page 188

    06/07/26 17:46:27 31SHJ620 0187  Seats Install the seat cushion on the seat bottom plate. To install the cushion, hook the front of the cushion first, then push down the rear until the cushion is securely positioned. To use the plus-one seat as a center console, remove its seat cushion by pulling up the seat cushion strap.

  • Page 189

    06/07/26 17:46:33 31SHJ620 0188  To return the seat to the upright position: Pull the seat out of the recess by pulling on the handle. Pivot the seat forward all the way. The front legs of the third seat will automatically latch. STRAPS Pull the seat-back upright with the strap.

  • Page 190

    06/07/26 17:46:40 31SHJ620 0189  Seat Heaters On EX-L and Touring models Both front seats are equipped with seat heaters. The passenger seat only has heaters in the seat bottom because of the side airbag system. The ignition switch must be in the ON (II) position to use them. The seat heater switches are located on the dashboard above the center pocket.

  • Page 191: Driving Position Memory System

    06/07/26 17:46:49 31SHJ620 0190  On Touring model only Your vehicle has a memory feature for the driver’s seat position. Two seat positions can be stored in separate memories. You select a memorized position by pushing the appropriate button or appropriate remote transmitter (Driver 1 or Driver 2).

  • Page 192

    06/07/26 17:47:00 31SHJ620 0191  Driving Position Memory System Doing any of the following after pressing the MEMO button will cancel the storing procedure. Not pressing a memory button within 5 seconds. Pressing the MEMO button again within 5 seconds. Readjusting the seat position. Each memory button stores only one seat position.

  • Page 193: Power Windows

    06/07/26 17:47:08 31SHJ620 0192  DRIVER’S WINDOW MAIN SWITCH SWITCH Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position to raise or lower any window. To open the window, push the switch down to the first detent and hold it. Release the switch when you want the window to stop.

  • Page 194

    06/07/26 17:47:17 31SHJ620 0193  Power Windows If your vehicle’s battery is disconnected or goes dead, or the driver’s window fuse is removed, the AUTO function may be disabled. If the AUTO function is disabled, the power window system will need to be reset after reconnecting the battery or installing the fuse.

  • Page 195

    06/07/26 17:47:28 31SHJ620 0194  Opening/Closing the Windows with the Key Close Open On EX, EX-L and Touring models You can open and close the windows with the key in the driver’s door lock. To open: Insert the key in the driver’s door lock. Turn the key clockwise, then release it.

  • Page 196: Moonroof

    06/07/26 17:47:36 31SHJ620 0195  Moonroof On EX-L and Touring models The moonroof can be tilted up in the back for ventilation, or it can be slid back into the roof. Use the switch under the left dashboard vent to operate the moonroof. You must turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position for the moonroof to operate.

  • Page 197: Mirrors

    06/07/26 17:47:45 31SHJ620 0196  Keep the inside and outside mirrors clean and adjusted for best visibility. Be sure to adjust the mirrors before you start driving. On LX, EX and EX-L models The inside mirror has day and night positions. The night position reduces glare from headlights behind you.

  • Page 198: Parking Brake

    06/07/26 17:47:53 31SHJ620 0197  Mirrors, Parking Brake ADJUSTMENT SWITCH Push the appropriate edge of the adjustment switch to move the mirror right, left, up, or down. When you finish, move the selector switch to the center (off) position. This turns the adjustment switch off to keep your settings.

  • Page 199: Adjustable Driver's Foot Pedals

    06/07/26 17:48:01 31SHJ620 0198  Driving the vehicle with the parking brake applied can damage the rear brakes and axles. A beeper will sound if the vehicle is driven with the parking brake on. On Touring models You will also see a ‘‘RELEASE PARKING BRAKE’’ message on the multi-information display (see page Parking Brake, Adjustable Driver’s Foot Pedals Adjustable Driver’s Foot Pedals...

  • Page 200: Interior Convenience Items

    06/07/26 17:48:06 31SHJ620 0199  Interior Convenience Items AC POWER COAT HOOK * OUTLET REAR COMPARTMENT ACCESSORY POWER SOCKET * : Touring model only BEVERAGE RETRACTABLE BEVERAGE HOLDERS CENTER TRAY HOLDER REMOVABLE SECOND BEVERAGE HOLDER ROW CONSOLE * SUN VISOR SUNGLASSES HOLDER VANITY MIRROR UPPER GLOVE LOWER GLOVE BOX...

  • Page 201: Retractable Center Tray

    06/07/26 17:48:13 31SHJ620 0200  Retractable Center Tray To use the retractable center tray, pull up the outside edge of the tray until it latches. To store it, pull the lever and lower the tray. Sitting on or getting under the tray, or putting heavy objects on the tray, may damage or deform it.

  • Page 202

    06/07/26 17:48:19 31SHJ620 0201  Interior Convenience Items To use the front beverage holder, pull the handle. Additional beverage holders for the front seat passengers are in the retractable center tray. Each second row seat has a beverage holder on the outside of the seat cushion. To use the beverage holder, push on the tab.

  • Page 203: Integrated Sunshade

    06/07/26 17:48:26 31SHJ620 0202  On Touring models The removable second row console has a beverage holder on the front. To use the beverage holder, push on the front lid. The lid will swing open. To close, lower the lid, and push it down until it latches. Integrated Sunshades HOOK On EX, EX-L and Touring models...

  • Page 204: Sunglasses Holder

    06/07/26 17:48:34 31SHJ620 0203  Interior Convenience Items Sunglasses Holder Push SUNGLASSES HOLDER To open the sunglasses holder, push on the raised detent. It will unlatch and swing down. To close it, push it until it latches. Make sure the holder is closed while you are driving. Some larger styles of sunglasses may not fit in the holder.

  • Page 205: Sun Visor

    06/07/26 17:48:42 31SHJ620 0204  Sun Visor SUN VISOR To use the sun visor, pull it down. When using the sun visor for the side window, remove the support rod from the clip, and swing it out. Make sure you put the sun visor back in place when you are getting into or out of the vehicle.

  • Page 206: Removable Second Row . 154 Console

    06/07/26 17:48:50 31SHJ620 0205  Interior Convenience Items Removable Second Row Console On Touring models only There is a removable console between the second row bucket seats. To open the console, push the tab, and slide the lid to the rear. To remove the console, pull up the tab at the front edge to unlock the rear of the console from the floor.

  • Page 207: In-floor Storage Area

    06/07/26 17:48:58 31SHJ620 0206  In-Floor Storage Area HANDLE There is a large storage area under the floor between the front seats and the second row bucket seats. To place or remove large items from the storage area, pull off the carpet near the second seat, and pull the handle to open the large lid.

  • Page 208

    06/07/26 17:49:04 31SHJ620 0207  Interior Convenience Items To lock the small lid, open the large lid, and turn the lock knob clockwise. You can store items in the floor storage area up to 22 lbs (10 kg). Do not exceed this weight limit, or you may damage the floor storage area.

  • Page 209

    06/07/26 17:49:11 31SHJ620 0208  Lazy Susan On Touring models The floor storage area has a Lazy Susan inside which makes it easier to find items through the small lid. The Lazy Susan can be removed to give you more cargo space. LAZY SUSAN HANDLE To remove the Lazy Susan, open the large lid.

  • Page 210: Glove Boxes

    06/07/26 17:49:17 31SHJ620 0209  Interior Convenience Items Glove Boxes Open the lower glove box by pulling the bottom of the handle. Close it with a firm push. Lock or unlock the glove box with the master key. Open the upper glove box by pressing the button.

  • Page 211: Center Pocket

    06/07/26 17:49:24 31SHJ620 0210  Center Pocket Without rear entertainment system Open the center pocket by pulling the handle. Close it with a firm push. Interior Convenience Items Coin Pocket With rear entertainment system A coin holder is located in front of the beverage holder. To use the coin holder, pull the handle, then push the button.

  • Page 212: Accessory Power Sockets

    06/07/26 17:49:31 31SHJ620 0211  Interior Convenience Items Accessory Power Sockets There are three accessory power sockets in your vehicle. Two accessory power sockets are above the center pocket for the front seat passengers, and another is on the cargo area sidewall on the driver’s side.

  • Page 213

    06/07/26 17:49:34 31SHJ620 0212  The maximum capacity for this power outlet is 115 volt AC at 100 watts or less. If you use an appliance which requires more than 100 watts, it automatically stops supplying the power. If this happens, turn the ignition switch off and turn it on again.

  • Page 214: Interior Lights

    06/07/26 17:49:42 31SHJ620 0213  Interior Lights Light Control Switch LIGHT CONTROL SWITCH DOOR ACTIVATED POSITION The light control switch controls the interior lights: the individual map lights in the front, the individual map lights above the second and third row passengers. This switch has three positions: OFF, door activated, and ON.

  • Page 215

    06/07/26 17:49:51 31SHJ620 0214  When the switch is in the ON position: All the individual map lights come on and stay on as long as the switch remains in the ON position. After all doors are closed tightly, the light(s) dims slightly, then fades out in about 30 seconds.

  • Page 216

    06/07/26 17:49:56 31SHJ620 0215  Interior Lights Rear Cargo Area Light The cargo area light has a three- position switch. In the OFF position, the light does not come on. In the center position, it comes on when you open the tailgate. In the ON position, it stays on continuously.

  • Page 217

    06/07/26 17:50:02 31SHJ620 0216  Courtesy Lights The courtesy lights in the front doors come on when you open any door. The courtesy light between the map lights comes on when you turn the parking lights on. To adjust its brightness, turn the Select/Reset knob on the instrument panel.

  • Page 218

    06/07/26 17:50:04 31SHJ620 0217 ...

  • Page 219: Features

    06/07/26 17:50:10 31SHJ620 0218  The heating and air conditioning system in your vehicle provides a comfortable driving environment in all weather conditions. The standard audio system has many features. This section describes those features and how to use them. (If you have an optional audio system, refer to the operating instructions that came with it.) Your vehicle has an anti-theft audio...

  • Page 220: Vents, Heating, And A/c

    06/07/26 17:50:16 31SHJ620 0219  Vents, Heating, and A/C LX model RECIRCULATION BUTTON FAN CONTROL BUTTON EX, EX-L and Touring models WINDSHIELD DEFROSTER BUTTON RECIRCULATION BUTTON AUTO BUTTON OFF BUTTON SYNC BUTTON AIR CONDITIONING REAR WINDOW (A/C) BUTTON DEFOGGER BUTTON REAR TEMPERATURE MODE CONTROLLER CONTROL DIAL CONTROL DIAL...

  • Page 221

    06/07/26 17:50:29 31SHJ620 0220  Fan Control On LX model Turn the dial clockwise to increase the fan speed and airflow. Turn the dial counterclockwise to decrease it. On EX, EX-L and Touring models Press the button to increase ▲ the fan speed and airflow. Press the button to decrease it.

  • Page 222

    06/07/26 17:50:47 31SHJ620 0221  Vents, Heating, and A/C The outside air intakes for the heating and cooling system are at the base of the windshield. Keep this area clear of leaves and other debris. Rear Window Defogger Button This button turns the rear window defogger on and off (see page Mode Control Use the mode control dial or button...

  • Page 223

    06/07/26 17:51:01 31SHJ620 0222  On EX and EX-L models You can change the fan speed of the rear system from the front control panel. Press the REAR button, the indicator in the button comes on. Push the rear fan control button up or down to increase or decrease the rear fan speed.

  • Page 224

    06/07/26 17:51:12 31SHJ620 0223  Vents, Heating, and A/C you can If the interior is very warm, cool it down more rapidly by partially opening the windows, turning on the air conditioning, and setting the fan to maximum speed in fresh air mode. Dehumidify the Interior Air conditioning, as it cools, removes moisture from the air.

  • Page 225: Using Automatic Climate Control

    06/07/26 17:51:22 31SHJ620 0224  Using Automatic Climate Control On EX, EX-L and Touring models The automatic climate control system adjusts the fan speed and airflow levels to maintain the interior temperature you select. Press the Auto button. The indicator in the button comes on. Set the desired temperature with the temperature control button.

  • Page 226: Using The Rear A/c Unit

    06/07/26 17:51:30 31SHJ620 0225  Vents, Heating, and A/C Voice Control System On models with navigation system The climate control system for your vehicle can also be operated by voice control. See the navigation section in your quick start guide for an overview of this system, and the navigation system manual for complete details.

  • Page 227

    06/07/26 17:51:37 31SHJ620 0226  REAR A/C Controls (On front control panel) EX and EX-L models REAR LOCK BUTTON REAR BUTTON REAR FAN SPEED BUTTON On EX and EX-L models REAR Button − When the indicator in this button is off, no air flows to the rear vents. When the indicator is on, the rear fan speed can be adjusted with the rear fan speed button.

  • Page 228

    06/07/26 17:51:49 31SHJ620 0227  Vents, Heating, and A/C Rear Control Panel LX model REAR TEMPERATURE CONTROL DIAL FAN CONTROL MODE CONTROL DIAL DIAL On LX model The rear control panel can only be used when the rear controller dial on the front control panel is in the ON position.

  • Page 229: Rear Climate Control

    06/07/26 17:52:01 31SHJ620 0228  Touring models TEMPERATURE FAN CONTROL CONTROL BUTTON BUTTON On Touring models The rear control panel can only be used when the indicator in the REAR LOCK button on the front control panel is off. Press the top ( ) of the ▲...

  • Page 230: Climate Control Sensors

    06/07/26 17:52:07 31SHJ620 0229  Rear Climate Control, Climate Control Sensors Rear Ceiling Vents LEVER The direction and quantity of airflow from each rear ceiling vent is adjustable. To adjust the direction of air coming from a rear ceiling vent, move the tab in the center of each vent back- and-forth, and rotate the vent with the tab.

  • Page 231: Playing The Am/fm Radio

    06/07/26 17:52:14 31SHJ620 0230  LX model FM BUTTON AM BUTTON TUNE/SOUND KNOB PWR/VOL KNOB PRESET BUTTONS SCAN BUTTON AUTO SELECT BUTTON EX and EX-L models without Rear Entertainment System PWR/VOL KNOB SEEK BAR AUTO SELECT BUTTON Playing the AM/FM Radio AM/FM BUTTON SOUND TUNE KNOB KNOB PRESET BUTTONS...

  • Page 232

    06/07/26 17:52:21 31SHJ620 0231  Playing the AM/FM Radio EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System without Navigation System AM/FM BUTTON TUNE/SOUND KNOB PWR/VOL KNOB PRESET BUTTONS SCAN BUTTON AUTO SELECT BUTTON EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System with Navigation System SCAN BUTTON AUTO SELECT AM/FM BUTTON...

  • Page 233

    06/07/26 17:52:32 31SHJ620 0232  To Play the AM/FM Radio The ignition switch must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position. Turn the system on by pushing the PWR/VOL knob. Adjust the volume by turning the same knob. The band and frequency that the radio was last tuned to is displayed.

  • Page 234

    06/07/26 17:52:42 31SHJ620 0233  Playing the AM/FM Radio AUTO SELECT If you are − traveling far from home and can no longer receive your preset stations, you can use the auto select feature to find stations in the local area. Press the A. SEL button. ‘‘A. SEL’’ appears in the display, and the system goes into scan mode for several seconds.

  • Page 235

    06/07/26 17:52:49 31SHJ620 0234  Operating the Radio on the Navigation System Screen AUDIO BUTTON On models with navigation system In addition to the knobs and buttons on the radio control panel, you can operate some of the radio controls on the navigation system screen. While you are listening to the radio, you can change to another band by pressing the AUDIO button next to...

  • Page 236

    06/07/26 17:52:57 31SHJ620 0235  Playing the AM/FM Radio Adjusting the Sound You can also adjust the sound from the navigation screen. To adjust the sound, push the AUDIO button, then enter the sound grid by touching the SOUND icon on the display. Treble/Bass To adjust the treble −...

  • Page 237: Am/fm Radio Reception

    06/07/26 17:53:06 31SHJ620 0236  Radio Frequencies The radio can receive the complete AM and FM bands. Those bands cover these frequen- cies: AM band: 530 to 1,710 kHz FM band: 87.7 to 107.9 MHz Radio stations on the AM band are assigned frequencies at least 10 kHz apart (530, 540, 550).

  • Page 238

    06/07/26 17:53:12 31SHJ620 0237  AM/FM Radio Reception Radio signals, especially on the FM band, are deflected by large objects such as buildings and hills. Your radio then receives both the direct signal from the station’s transmitter, and the deflected signal. This causes the sound to distort or flutter. This is a main cause of poor radio reception in city driving.

  • Page 239: Playing The Xm Satellite Radio

    06/07/26 17:53:22 31SHJ620 0238  EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System and Navigation System PWR/VOL KNOB EX and EX-L models without Rear Entertainment System PWR/VOL KNOB XM BUTTON SCAN BUTTON PRESET BUTTONS SCAN BUTTON XM BUTTON DISP/MODE BUTTON PRESET BUTTONS EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System without Navigation System TUNE KNOB PWR/VOL KNOB...

  • Page 240

    06/07/26 17:53:31 31SHJ620 0239  Playing the XM Satellite Radio On U.S. models with navigation system U.S. models without NOTE: navigation systems are XM ready, but they require additional equipment for XM to be operational. Your audio system is capable of receiving XM Satellite Radio anywhere in the United States, except Hawaii and Alaska.

  • Page 241

    06/07/26 17:53:41 31SHJ620 0240  On models with a rear entertainment system and a navigation system, you cannot listen to XM Radio and a disc at the same time. For example, when XM Radio is playing on the front speakers, you cannot listen to a disc on the rear speakers, or vice versa.

  • Page 242

    06/07/26 17:53:48 31SHJ620 0241  Playing the XM Satellite Radio XM Radio Display Messages ‘‘LOADING’’ XM is loading the − audio or program information. The channel ‘‘OFF AIR’’ − currently selected is no longer broadcasting. ‘‘UPDATING’’ − The encryption code is being updated. Wait until the encryption code is fully updated.

  • Page 243

    06/07/26 17:53:52 31SHJ620 0242  Signal may be blocked by mountains or large obstacles to the south. SATELLITE Playing the XM Satellite Radio Signal weaker in these areas. GROUND REPEATER The XM satellites are in orbit over the equator; therefore, objects south of the vehicle may cause satellite reception interruptions.

  • Page 244

    06/07/26 17:54:02 31SHJ620 0243  Playing the XM Satellite Radio Depending on where you drive, you may experience reception problems. Interference can be caused by any of these conditions: Driving on the north side of an east/west mountain road. Driving on the north side of a large commercial truck on an east/west road.

  • Page 245: Playing A Cd, Cd Changer

    06/07/26 17:54:10 31SHJ620 0244  LX model AM BUTTON EJECT BUTTON FM BUTTON REPEAT BUTTON RANDOM BUTTON DISC CD BUTTON EX and EX-L models without Rear Entertainment System CD SLOT LOAD BUTTON SEEK BAR DISC + BUTTON − BUTTON RANDOM BUTTON Playing a CD, CD Changer CD SLOT LOAD INDICATOR CD BUTTON...

  • Page 246

    06/07/26 17:54:17 31SHJ620 0245  Playing a CD, CD Changer EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System without Navigation System LOAD INDICATOR LOAD BUTTON CD SLOT CD BUTTON REPEAT BUTTON RANDOM BUTTON DISC EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System and Navigation System LOAD BUTTON EJECT BUTTON RANDOM BUTTON...

  • Page 247

    06/07/26 17:54:26 31SHJ620 0246  CD Player On LX model With the ignition in the ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position, insert a CD into the CD slot. The drive will pull the CD in the rest of the way and begin to play it. You operate the CD player with the same controls used for the radio.

  • Page 248

    06/07/26 17:54:36 31SHJ620 0247  Playing a CD, CD Changer Operating the CD Changer On EX, EX-L and Touring models Your audio system has an in-dash CD changer that holds up to six CDs, providing several hours of continuous entertainment. You operate this CD changer with the same controls used for the radio.

  • Page 249

    06/07/26 17:54:45 31SHJ620 0248  The indicators above the disc buttons of the empty positions will blink, and the green load indicator above the CD slot comes on. Insert a CD into the CD slot. Insert it only about halfway; the drive will pull it in the rest of the way.

  • Page 250

    06/07/26 17:54:56 31SHJ620 0249  Playing a CD, CD Changer On vehicles without navigation system To load multiple CDs in one operation: Press and hold the LOAD button beside the CD slot until you see ‘‘LOADING’’ in the display, then release the button. On the upper right side of the display, the disc number for an empty position will begin blinking, and the green CD load indicator...

  • Page 251

    06/07/26 17:55:06 31SHJ620 0250  To Play a CD Select the CD changer by pressing the CD button. You will see ‘‘CD’’ in the display. The system will begin playing the last selected disc in the CD changer. You will see the disc and track numbers displayed. When that CD ends, the next CD in the CD changer is loaded and played.

  • Page 252

    06/07/26 17:55:13 31SHJ620 0251  Playing a CD, CD Changer On vehicles with navigation system Track Scan When you press the SCAN button or touch the TRACK SCAN icon on the upper display, the first track of the current disc plays for about 10 seconds.

  • Page 253

    06/07/26 17:55:23 31SHJ620 0252  Random Play When you press the RDM button or touch the TRACK RANDOM icon on the upper display, the system plays the tracks of the current disc in random order. You will see RANDOM (TRACK RANDOM) in the display. To turn this feature off, press the RDM button (touch TRACK RANDOM) again.

  • Page 254: Protecting Your Cds

    06/07/26 17:55:32 31SHJ620 0253  Protecting Your CDs General Information When using CD-R discs, use only high quality CDs labeled for audio use. When recording a CD-R, the recording must be closed for it to be used. CD-RW discs will not work in this unit.

  • Page 255: Cd Changer Error Messages

    06/07/26 17:55:37 31SHJ620 0254  If you see an error message in the display while playing a CD, find the cause in the chart to the right. If you cannot clear the error message, take the vehicle to your dealer. CD Changer Error Messages Message Cause Press the disc eject button, and remove the...

  • Page 256: Playing A Tape

    06/07/26 17:55:42 31SHJ620 0255  Playing a Tape LX model DOLBY NR BUTTON REW BUTTON PLAY/PROG BUTTON FF BUTTON RPT BUTTON EX and EX-L models without Rear Entertainment System SKIP BAR RPT BUTTON DOLBY NR BUTTON REW BUTTON PLAY/PROG SKIP BAR BUTTON FF BUTTON U.S.

  • Page 257

    06/07/26 17:55:48 31SHJ620 0256  EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System without Navigation System DOLBY NR BUTTON REW BUTTON PLAY/PROG BUTTON FF BUTTON REPEAT BUTTON EX-L and Touring models with Rear Entertainment System and Navigation System SKIP BAR PLAY/PROG BUTTON FF BUTTON U.S models are shown.

  • Page 258

    06/07/26 17:55:56 31SHJ620 0257  Playing a Tape To Play a Tape Optional on all models except Touring with rear entertainment system and navigation system The ignition switch must be in the ACCESSORY (I) or the ON (II) position. Make sure the open side of the tape is facing right, then insert the tape most of the way into the slot.

  • Page 259

    06/07/26 17:56:04 31SHJ620 0258  SKIP Press the side of the − − SKIP bar to find the beginning of the current song or passage. Press the side of the SKIP bar to find the + beginning of a song or passage. When the system reaches the beginning of a song or passage, it begins to play it.

  • Page 260: Setting The Clock

    06/07/26 17:56:14 31SHJ620 0259  Setting the Clock LX model CLOCK BUTTON H BUTTON M BUTTON On models without navigation system If your vehicle’s battery is disconnected or goes dead, you may need to set the clock. Press and hold the CLOCK button until the clock flashes. Change the hours by pressing the H button until the numbers advance to the desired time.

  • Page 261: Remote Audio Controls

    06/07/26 17:56:21 31SHJ620 0260  VOL BUTTON MODE BUTTON CH BUTTON On EX, EX-L and Touring models Three controls for the audio system are mounted in the steering wheel hub. They let you control basic functions without removing your hand from the steering wheel. The VOL button adjusts the volume up ( ) or down ( ).

  • Page 262: Radio Theft Protection

    06/07/26 17:56:26 31SHJ620 0261  Radio Theft Protection On EX, EX-L and Touring models Your vehicle’s audio system will disable itself if it is disconnected from electrical power for any reason. To make it work again, you must enter a specific five-digit code with the preset buttons.

  • Page 263: Rear Entertainment System

    06/07/26 17:56:33 31SHJ620 0262  Models with Navigation System REAR PWR BUTTON REAR CTRL KNOB Models without Navigation System REAR PWR BUTTON REAR CTRL KNOB U. S. models are shown. Rear Entertainment System Overhead Screen Unit DVD Player CONTINUED...

  • Page 264

    06/07/26 17:56:41 31SHJ620 0263  Rear Entertainment System Available on EX-L and Touring models Your vehicle is equipped with a rear entertainment system that includes a DVD player for the enjoyment of the rear passengers. With this system, the rear passengers can enjoy a different entertainment source (radio, CD changer, DVD player, or optional tape player) than the front seat...

  • Page 265

    06/07/26 17:56:49 31SHJ620 0264  To Select Rear Entertainment from the Front Control Panel To operate the rear entertainment system from the front panel, turn the RR CTRL knob counterclockwise. The amber RR LED comes on to show that the control panel is enabled. To play the radio, the buttons for the front entertainment system have the same functions.

  • Page 266

    06/07/26 17:56:58 31SHJ620 0265  Rear Entertainment System Models with Navigation System REAR CTRL KNOB PLAY BUTTON PAUSE BUTTON Models without Navigation System REAR CTRL KNOB PLAY BUTTON PAUSE SEEK/SKIP BAR BUTTON SEEK/SKIP BAR EJECT BUTTON U. S. models are shown. Turn the Rear CTRL knob clockwise. The amber Rear LED comes on to show that the control panel is now enabled.

  • Page 267

    06/07/26 17:57:04 31SHJ620 0266  SEEK/SKIP Press and hold the − side to move forward; you will see + ‘‘CUE’’ in the display. Press and hold side to move backward; you − will see ‘‘REV’’ in the display. Release the bar when the system reaches the point you want.

  • Page 268

    06/07/26 17:57:09 31SHJ620 0267  Rear Entertainment System To Play the Radio from the Rear Control Panel Use the buttons to select a ▲ ▼ station from the preset buttons. Press the button to tune the radio ▲ to a higher frequency, or press the button to tune to a lower frequency.

  • Page 269

    06/07/26 17:57:17 31SHJ620 0268  Press the button to select another category. Pressing and holding the DISP button for more than 5 seconds will change the search mode between Channel Search and Category Search. Each time you press and release the DISP button, the display above the rear control panel changes in the following sequence: Channel Number, Category Name, Music...

  • Page 270

    06/07/26 17:57:27 31SHJ620 0269  Rear Entertainment System To Play a DVD from the Rear Control Panel The video screen is for use by rear seat passengers only. The driver and front seat passenger should not try to view the screen while driving. Open the overhead screen by pushing the OPEN button.

  • Page 271

    06/07/26 17:57:34 31SHJ620 0270  DISP Button When you press the DISP button while a DVD is playing, the title, chapter, elapsed time, and personal surround logo are displayed (STATUS 1). Rear Entertainment System When you press the DISP button again, the subtitle, audio, angle, sound characteristics, and personal surround logo are displayed (STATUS 2).

  • Page 272

    06/07/26 17:57:41 31SHJ620 0271  Rear Entertainment System MENU Button When you press the MENU button while a DVD is playing, the DVD’s main menu is displayed. To go back to play, press the RETURN button. System Messages When you press the SETUP button while a DVD is playing, the DVD’s setup menu is displayed at the bottom of the screen.

  • Page 273

    06/07/26 17:57:50 31SHJ620 0272  Top Menu When you select ‘‘TOP MENU’’ using the ▼ ▲ button, the DVD’s title menu is displayed. This menu is also displayed when you press the MENU button while a DVD is not playing. To go back to play, press the return button.

  • Page 274

    06/07/26 17:57:59 31SHJ620 0273  Rear Entertainment System Subtitle To turn the subtitle on and off, select ‘‘Subtitle’’ from the setup menu by pressing the ▼ ▲ button. You will see submenu ‘‘OFF’’ or ‘‘ON.’’ Select ‘‘OFF’’ or ‘‘ON’’ by pressing the ▼ ▲ button.

  • Page 275

    06/07/26 17:58:06 31SHJ620 0274  Search When you select ‘‘Search’’ from the play mode setup menu, you will see the submenu shown above. In the left submenu, you can select between ‘‘Title’’ and ‘‘Chapter.’’ The right submenu displays the current title or chapter number and the total number of titles or chapters.

  • Page 276

    06/07/26 17:58:14 31SHJ620 0275  Rear Entertainment System NumInput A numerical command can be issued to a DVD by inputting a two digit number, and a button number can be selected on the screen. Select the ‘‘Num Input’’ from the play mode setup menu. The screen will change as shown above.

  • Page 277

    06/07/26 17:58:23 31SHJ620 0276  Personal Surround When you select ‘‘PERSONAL SURROUND’’ by pressing the button, the personal surround setup menu is displayed above the ‘‘PERSONAL SURROUND’’ icon. Rear Entertainment System Selecting one of the sound effects, Cinema, Music, or Voice, from the personal surround menu allows you to change the sound in your headphones to match the disc you are playing.

  • Page 278

    06/07/26 17:58:30 31SHJ620 0277  Rear Entertainment System Select the quality you want to adjust by pressing the ▼ ▲ button, and then pressing the ENT button. The adjustment bar is displayed next to the selected item. Adjust the setting by pressing the button. When you are finished with your adjustment, press the ENT button.

  • Page 279

    06/07/26 17:58:36 31SHJ620 0278  Screen Mode You can set the screen mode to these settings: Normal Wide Zoom Full Rear Entertainment System Normal Wide Zoom Full CONTINUED...

  • Page 280

    06/07/26 17:58:41 31SHJ620 0279  Rear Entertainment System Select the ‘‘Aspect Ratio’’ by pressing button, then press the ENT button. The selectable setting menu is displayed, and the current setting is highlighted in blue. Select the desired setting by pressing the ▼ ▲ button, then press the ENT button.

  • Page 281

    06/07/26 17:58:50 31SHJ620 0280  INITIAL SETTINGS Menu When you press the SETUP button on the rear control panel when a DVD is not playing, the ‘‘INITIAL SETTINGS’’ menu is displayed. There are two selectable menus: ‘‘Language’’ and ‘‘Others.’’ Rear Entertainment System INITIAL SETTINGS (Language) When you select ‘‘Language’’...

  • Page 282

    06/07/26 17:58:57 31SHJ620 0281  Rear Entertainment System Select the desired language by pressing the ▼ ▲ button, and then pressing the ENT button. The selectable languages are, English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, and Japanese. If you want another language than those listed, you need to enter the code number of the desired language.

  • Page 283

    06/07/26 17:59:06 31SHJ620 0282  If you select ‘‘Yes,’’ the display changes to the language code input mode. Select the first number digit using the , or button, and press the ENT button to enter it. Repeat this until all four digits are filled. When the fourth digit is entered, the cursor automatically moves to ‘‘ENT’’...

  • Page 284

    06/07/26 17:59:13 31SHJ620 0283  Rear Entertainment System Subtitle Language You can select the subtitle language before playing DVDs. Select ‘‘Subtitle Lang’’ by pressing ▼ ▲ button. You will see the submenu next to the ‘‘Subtitle Lang.’’ Follow the same instructions you used to set the menu language. INITIAL SETTINGS (Others) When you select ‘‘Others’’...

  • Page 285

    06/07/26 17:59:21 31SHJ620 0284  When you select the ‘‘Dynamic Range’’ by pressing the ▼ ▲ button, you will see the submenu next to the ‘‘Dynamic Range’’ as shown above. To turn ‘‘Dynamic Range’’ on or off, select ‘‘ON’’ or ‘‘OFF’’ by pressing button, and then press the ENT button.

  • Page 286

    06/07/26 17:59:29 31SHJ620 0285  Rear Entertainment System Parental Control Level You can place an auditory restriction by changing the parental control level. The higher the level number, the lower the restriction. Select ‘‘Parental Level’’ by pressing ▼ ▲ button. You will see the submenu shown above.

  • Page 287

    06/07/26 17:59:36 31SHJ620 0286  If the system does not recognize the password you entered, you will see the above display. Repeat the parental control level steps until you enter the correct password. Rear Entertainment System If you enter the password correctly, you can then change the parental control level.

  • Page 288

    06/07/26 17:59:44 31SHJ620 0287  Rear Entertainment System To change the password, select ‘‘Password.’’ You will see the above menu displayed. Select ‘‘Yes’’ by pressing the button, then press the ENT button. If you select ‘‘No,’’ and press the ENT button, the display returns to the ‘‘Others’’...

  • Page 289

    06/07/26 17:59:49 31SHJ620 0288  If you forget the password, select ‘‘Password,’’ and press the ▲ button 10 times. Rear Entertainment System The display changes as shown above. If you want to use the default password (1111), select ‘‘Yes,’’ and press the ENT button. The message ‘‘Default password setting applied’’...

  • Page 290

    06/07/26 17:59:57 31SHJ620 0289  Rear Entertainment System Remote Control RELEASE BUTTON The rear control panel can be detached from the ceiling unit and used as a remote control. To remove it from the ceiling unit, press the release button. The control panel will swing down partway.

  • Page 291: Playable Dvds

    06/07/26 18:00:05 31SHJ620 0290  As required by the FCC: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

  • Page 292: Dvd Player Error Messages

    06/07/26 18:00:10 31SHJ620 0291  Rear Entertainment System DVD Player Error Messages If you see an error message in the screen while operating the DVD player, find the cause in the chart to the right. If you cannot clear the message, take your vehicle to a dealer.

  • Page 293

    06/07/26 18:00:18 31SHJ620 0292  Wireless Headphones VOLUME DIAL Some state and local government agencies prohibit the use of headphones by the driver of a motor vehicle. Always obey applicable laws and regulations. Rear Entertainment System The audio for the rear entertainment system is sent to the wireless headphones that come with the system.

  • Page 294

    06/07/26 18:00:26 31SHJ620 0293  Rear Entertainment System COVER BATTERY Remove the battery. Install the new battery in the earpiece as shown in the diagram next to the battery slot. Slide the cover back into place on the earpiece, then press down on the back edge to lock it in place.

  • Page 295

    06/07/26 18:00:30 31SHJ620 0294  Rear Entertainment System VOLUME DIALS HEADPHONE CONNECTORS There are two headphone connectors for the third seat passengers. Each connector has its own volume control.

  • Page 296: Security System

    06/07/26 18:00:37 31SHJ620 0295  Security System The security system helps to protect your vehicle and valuables from theft. The horn sounds and a combination of headlights, parking lights, side marker lights, and taillights flashes if someone attempts to break into your vehicle or remove the radio. This alarm continues for 2 minutes, then the system resets.

  • Page 297: Cruise Control

    06/07/26 18:00:45 31SHJ620 0296  Cruise control allows you to maintain a set speed above 25 mph (40 km/h) without keeping your foot on the accelerator pedal. It should be used for cruising on straight, open highways. It is not recommended for city driving, winding roads, slippery roads, heavy rain, or bad weather.

  • Page 298

    06/07/26 18:00:54 31SHJ620 0297  Cruise Control Changing the Set Speed You can increase the set speed in any of these ways: Press and hold the RES/ACCEL button. When you reach the desired speed, release the button. Push on the accelerator pedal. Accelerate to the desired cruising speed, then press the SET/ DECEL button.

  • Page 299

    06/07/26 18:01:02 31SHJ620 0298  Cancelling Cruise Control CRUISE BUTTON CANCEL BUTTON You can cancel cruise control in any of these ways: Tap the brake pedal. Push the CANCEL button on the steering wheel. Push the CRUISE button on the steering wheel. The cruise control will be canceled when the vehicle speed reaches about 25 mph (40 km/h) or less.

  • Page 300: Homelink Universal Transceiver

    06/07/26 18:01:11 31SHJ620 0299  HomeLink Universal Transceiver On EX, EX-L and Touring models The HomeLink Universal Transceiver built into your vehicle can be programmed to operate up to three remote controlled devices around your home, such as garage doors, lighting, or home security systems.

  • Page 301

    06/07/26 18:01:22 31SHJ620 0300  Unplug the garage door opener motor from the electrical outlet. Hold the end of the garage door opener remote transmitter 2 to 5 inches from HomeLink. Make sure you are not blocking your view of the red indicator in HomeLink.

  • Page 302

    06/07/26 18:01:31 31SHJ620 0301  HomeLink Universal Transceiver Push and hold the HomeLink button for a few seconds, then watch the red indicator on HomeLink. If the indicator stays on or flashes slowly, repeat steps 2 thru 5. If the indicator flashes rapidly for 2 seconds then stays on, you have a rolling code transmitter: go to ‘‘Training with a Rolling Code System’’...

  • Page 303

    06/07/26 18:01:41 31SHJ620 0302  Press and hold the button on HomeLink for 3 to 4 seconds. Press and hold the HomeLink button again for 3 to 4 seconds. This should turn off the training indicator on the garage door opener unit. (Some systems may require you to press the button up to three times.) Press the HomeLink button again...

  • Page 304

    06/07/26 18:01:46 31SHJ620 0303  HomeLink Universal Transceiver Customer Assistance If you have problems with training the HomeLink Universal Transceiver, or would like information on home products that can be operated by HomeLink, call (800) 355-3515. On the Internet, go to www.homelink.com. As required by the FCC: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.

  • Page 305: Parking Sensor System

    06/07/26 18:01:52 31SHJ620 0304  On Touring models Your vehicle has a parking sensor system. The system lets you know the approximate distance between your vehicle and most obstacles while you are parking. When the system is on and your vehicle is nearing an obstacle, you will hear a beeper and see system messages on the multi-information display.

  • Page 306

    06/07/26 18:02:03 31SHJ620 0305  Parking Sensor System Multi-Information Display Messages and Beeper Operation When you turn the system on, all indicators will appear on the multi- information display, and a beeper sounds once. When the system senses an obstacle, the appropriate indicator comes on, and a beeper sounds as shown in the following tables.

  • Page 307

    06/07/26 18:02:11 31SHJ620 0306  Rear Center Sensor Operation About 40-70 in (1-1.8 m) Distance Bottom indicator stays on Indicator Beeper Short beeps About 24-40 in About 24 in (0.6-1 m) (0.6 m) or less Bottom Bottom indicator stays on indicator stays on Continuous Very short beeps beeps Parking Sensor System...

  • Page 308

    06/07/26 18:02:22 31SHJ620 0307  Parking Sensor System Within about 20 in (50 cm) The range of the corner sensors and the rear center sensor are limited. Each corner sensor is capable of sensing an obstacle only when your vehicle is 20 in (50 cm) or closer. The rear center sensor senses an obstacle that is behind your vehicle 70 in (1.8 m) or closer.

  • Page 309: Rearview Camera And Monitor

    06/07/26 18:02:28 31SHJ620 0308  On EX-L with navigation system and Touring models Whenever you shift to reverse (R) with the ignition switch in the ON (II) position, the rear view is shown on the navigation system screen. For the best picture, always keep the rearview camera clean, and do not cover the camera lens.

  • Page 310

    06/07/26 18:02:30 31SHJ620 0309 ...

  • Page 311: Before Driving

    06/07/26 18:02:34 31SHJ620 0310  Before you begin driving your vehicle, you should know what gasoline to use and how to check the levels of important fluids. You also need to know how to properly store luggage or packages. The information in this section will help you.

  • Page 312: Break-in Period

    06/07/26 18:02:45 31SHJ620 0311  Break-in Period, Fuel Recommendation Break-in Period Help assure your vehicle’s future reliability and performance by paying extra attention to how you drive during the first 600 miles (1,000 km). During this period: Avoid full-throttle starts and rapid acceleration. Avoid hard braking for the first 200 miles (300 km).

  • Page 313: Service Station Procedures

    06/07/26 18:02:54 31SHJ620 0312  Refueling Pull FUEL FILL DOOR RELEASE HANDLE Park with the driver’s side closest to the service station pump. Open the fuel fill door by pulling on the handle under the lower left corner of the dashboard. Before refueling, make sure the rear sliding door on the driver’s side is closed.

  • Page 314: Opening And Closing The Hood

    06/07/26 18:03:02 31SHJ620 0313  Service Station Procedures Stop filling the tank after the fuel nozzle automatically clicks off. Do not try to ‘‘top off’’ the tank. Leave some room for the fuel to expand with temperature changes. even If the fuel nozzle keeps clicking off though the tank is not full, there may be a problem with your vehicle’s fuel vapor recovery system.

  • Page 315: Oil Check

    06/07/26 18:03:13 31SHJ620 0314  LATCH Put your fingers under the front edge of the hood. The hood latch handle is above the ‘‘H’’ logo. Pull this handle until it releases the hood, then lift the hood. If the hood latch handle moves stiffly, or you can open the hood without lifting the handle, the mechanism should be cleaned and lubricated.

  • Page 316: Engine Coolant Check

    06/07/26 18:03:20 31SHJ620 0315  Service Station Procedures UPPER MARK LOWER MARK Remove the dipstick again, and check the level. It should be between the upper and lower marks. If it is near or below the lower mark, Adding Engine Oil on page Engine Coolant Check RESERVE TANK Look at the coolant level in the radiator reserve tank.

  • Page 317: Fuel Economy

    06/07/26 18:03:29 31SHJ620 0316  Improving Fuel Economy Always maintain your vehicle according to the maintenance messages. See Owner’s (page Maintenance Checks an underinflated tire For example, causes more ‘‘rolling resistance,’’ which uses more fuel. The build-up of snow or mud on your vehicle’s underside adds weight and rolling resistance.

  • Page 318: Accessories And Modifications

    Accessories Your dealer has Honda accessories that allow you to personalize your vehicle. These accessories have been designed and approved for your vehicle, and are covered by warranty.

  • Page 319

    Here are some examples: Lowering the vehicle with a non- Honda suspension kit that significantly reduces ground clearance can allow the undercarriage to hit speed bumps or other raised objects, which could cause the airbags to deploy.

  • Page 320: Carrying Cargo

    06/07/26 18:03:54 31SHJ620 0319  Carrying Cargo REAR COMPARTMENT REMOVABLE SECOND * ROW CONSOLE CARGO AREA : Touring models only * FRONT DOOR POCKET UPPER GLOVE BOX CENTER POCKET IN-FLOOR STORAGE * (with Lazy Susan ) SEAT-BACK POCKETS LOWER GLOVE BOX Your vehicle has several convenient storage areas: Glove box (upper and lower) In-floor storage (with Lazy...

  • Page 321

    06/07/26 18:04:03 31SHJ620 0320  Load Limits The maximum load for your vehicle LX model: 1,349 lbs (612 kg) EX model: 1,388 lbs (630 kg) EX-L model: 1,322 lbs (600 kg) Touring models: 1,208 lbs (548 kg) This figure includes, cargo, accessories, and the tongue weight if you are towing a trailer.

  • Page 322

    06/07/26 18:04:10 31SHJ620 0321  Carrying Cargo In addition, the total weight of the vehicle, all occupants, accessories, cargo, and trailer tongue load must not exceed the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) or the gross axle weight rating (GAWR). Both are on a label on the driver’s doorjamb. Overloading or improper loading can affect handling and stability and cause a crash in...

  • Page 323

    06/07/26 18:04:18 31SHJ620 0322  Carrying Cargo in the Cargo Area or on a Roof Rack Distribute cargo evenly on the floor of the cargo area, placing the heaviest items on the bottom and as far forward as possible. Tie down items that could be thrown about the vehicle during a crash or sudden stop.

  • Page 324

    06/07/26 18:04:20 31SHJ620 0323 ...

  • Page 325: Driving

    06/07/26 18:04:24 31SHJ620 0324  This section gives you tips on starting the engine under various conditions, and how to operate the automatic transmission. It also includes important information on parking your vehicle, the braking system, the vehicle stability assist system, the tire pressure monitoring system, and facts you need if you are planning to tow a trailer.

  • Page 326: Preparing To Drive

    06/07/26 18:04:34 31SHJ620 0325  Preparing to Drive You should do the following checks and adjustments before you drive your vehicle. Make sure all windows, mirrors, and outside lights are clean and unobstructed. Remove frost, snow, or ice. Check that the hood is fully closed. Visually check the tires.

  • Page 327: Starting The Engine

    06/07/26 18:04:41 31SHJ620 0326  Apply the parking brake. In cold weather, turn off all electrical accessories to reduce the drain on the battery. Make sure the shift lever is in Park. Press on the brake pedal. Without touching the accelerator pedal, turn the ignition key to the START (III) position.

  • Page 328: Automatic Transmission

    06/07/26 18:04:49 31SHJ620 0327  Automatic Transmission Shift Lever Position Indicators These indicators on the instrument panel show which position the shift lever is in. The ‘‘D’’ indicator comes on for a few seconds when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.

  • Page 329

    06/07/26 18:04:57 31SHJ620 0328  To shift from: Do this: P to R Press the brake pedal, and press the release button. R to P N to R Press the release button. D to 2 2 to 1 1 to 2 2 to D D to N Move the lever.

  • Page 330

    06/07/26 18:05:05 31SHJ620 0329  Automatic Transmission Drive (D) Use this position for − normal driving. The transmission automatically selects a suitable gear for your speed and acceleration. To use D , press the Drive (D ) − D button when the shift lever is in the ‘‘D’’...

  • Page 331

    06/07/26 18:05:14 31SHJ620 0330  Shift Lock Release This allows you to move the shift lever out of Park if the normal method of pushing on the brake pedal and pressing the release button does not work. Set the parking brake. Remove the key from the ignition switch.

  • Page 332: Parking

    06/07/26 18:05:24 31SHJ620 0331  Parking Always use the parking brake when you park your vehicle. Make sure the parking brake is set firmly, or your vehicle may roll if it is parked on an incline. Set the parking brake before you put the transmission in Park. This keeps the vehicle from moving and putting pressure on the parking mechanism in the transmission.

  • Page 333: Braking System

    06/07/26 18:05:31 31SHJ620 0332  Your vehicle is equipped with disc brakes at all four wheels. A power assist helps reduce the effort needed on the brake pedal. The anti-lock brake system (ABS) helps you retain steering control when braking very hard. Resting your foot on the brake pedal applies the brakes slightly.

  • Page 334: Anti-lock Brakes (abs)

    06/07/26 18:05:38 31SHJ620 0333  Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) The anti-lock brake system (ABS) helps prevent the wheels from locking up, and helps you retain steering control by pumping the brakes rapidly, much faster than a person can do it. The electronic brake distribution (EBD) system, which is part of the ABS, also balances the front-to-rear braking distribution according to vehicle loading.

  • Page 335

    06/07/26 18:05:46 31SHJ620 0334  If the ABS indicator and the brake system indicator come on together, and the parking brake is fully released, the EBD system may also be shut down. On Touring models If this happens, you will also see ‘‘CHECK ABS SYSTEM’’ and ‘‘CHECK BRAKE SYSTEM’’...

  • Page 336: Vehicle Stability Assist (vsa) System

    06/07/26 18:05:55 31SHJ620 0335  Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System The vehicle stability assist (VSA) system helps to stabilize the vehicle during cornering if the vehicle turns more or less than desired. It also assists you in maintaining traction while accelerating on loose or slippery road surfaces.

  • Page 337

    06/07/26 18:06:08 31SHJ620 0336  VSA Off Switch In certain unusual conditions when your vehicle gets stuck in shallow mud or fresh snow, it may be easier to free it with the VSA temporarily switched off. When the VSA system is off, the traction control system is also off.

  • Page 338: Tire Pressure Monitoring System (tpms)

    06/07/26 18:06:17 31SHJ620 0337  Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Your vehicle is equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that turns on every time you start the engine and monitors the pressure in your tires while driving. Each tire has its own pressure sensor.

  • Page 339

    06/07/26 18:06:27 31SHJ620 0338  Because tire pressure varies by temperature and other conditions, the low tire pressure indicator may come on unexpectedly. For example, if you check and fill your tires in a warm area, then drive in extremely cold weather, the tire pressure will be lower than measured and could be underinflated and cause the low tire pressure...

  • Page 340

    06/07/26 18:06:34 31SHJ620 0339  Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Tire Pressure Monitor On Touring models To display the tire pressure monitor, press the INFO button until it appears on the multi-information display. When all tire pressures are normal, the tire pressure monitor will show a ‘‘TIRE PRESS.

  • Page 341

    Replacement or repair of tires must be performed by a Honda dealer or an authorized Michelin PAX system dealer. For more information on the Michelin PAX system, refer to page...

  • Page 342

    06/07/26 18:06:48 31SHJ620 0341  Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Check TPMS System Message On Touring models If there is a problem with the TPMS, the multi-information display shows a ‘‘CHECK TPMS SYSTEM’’ message. If you see this message, the system may not be able to detect or signal low tire pressure as intended.

  • Page 343: Towing A Trailer

    06/07/26 18:06:55 31SHJ620 0342  Your vehicle has been designed primarily to carry passengers and their cargo. You can also use it to tow a trailer if you carefully observe the load limits, use the proper equipment, and follow the guidelines in this section. Exceeding any load limit or improperly loading your vehicle and trailer can cause a crash in...

  • Page 344

    06/07/26 18:07:03 31SHJ620 0343  Towing a Trailer Maximum Total Trailer Weight Number of Occupants * * Including driver. Based on 150 lbs (70 kg) * per occupant. See page for information about fluid * coolers. * LX, EX and EX-L models * Touring model To achieve a proper tongue load, start by loading 60 % of the load toward the front of the trailer and...

  • Page 345

    To ensure the best quality, we recommend that you purchase Honda equipment whenever possible. Discuss your needs with your trailer sales or rental agency, and follow the guidelines in this section.

  • Page 346

    A hitch and the required fluid coolers designed especially for your Odyssey can be obtained from your Honda dealer. Weight Distributing Hitch If the total trailer weight is more than 1,850 lbs (840 kg), you must also use a weight distributing hitch.

  • Page 347

    06/07/26 18:07:25 31SHJ620 0346  Trailer Brakes Honda recommends that any trailer having a total weight of 1,000 lbs (450 kg) or more be equipped with its own electric or surge-type brakes. If you choose electric brakes, be sure they are electronically actuated. Do not attempt to tap into your vehicle’s hydraulic system.

  • Page 348

    06/07/26 18:07:32 31SHJ620 0347  Towing a Trailer Since lighting and wiring vary by trailer type and brand, you should have a qualified technician install a suitable connector between the vehicle and the trailer. Improper equipment or installation can cause damage to your vehicle’s electrical system and affect your vehicle warranty.

  • Page 349

    06/07/26 18:07:44 31SHJ620 0348  Pre-Tow Checklist When preparing to tow, and before driving away, be sure to check the following: The vehicle has been properly serviced, and the suspension, cooling system, and lights are in good operating condition. The trailer has been properly serviced and is in good condition.

  • Page 350

    06/07/26 18:07:54 31SHJ620 0349  Towing a Trailer Making Turns and Braking Make turns more slowly and wider than normal. The trailer tracks a smaller arc than your vehicle, and it can hit or run over something the vehicle misses. Allow more time and distance for braking.

  • Page 351: Maintenance

    06/07/26 18:07:58 31SHJ620 0350  This section explains why it is important to keep your vehicle well maintained and how to follow basic maintenance safety precautions. This section also includes instructions on how to read the maintenance minder messages on the information display or multi- information display (depending on models), a maintenance record, and instructions for simple maintenance...

  • Page 352: Maintenance Safety

    06/07/26 18:08:09 31SHJ620 0351  Maintenance Safety All service items not detailed in this section should be performed by a certified technician or other qualified mechanic. Important Safety Precautions To eliminate potential hazards, read the instructions before you begin, and make sure you have the tools and skills required.

  • Page 353: Maintenance Minder

    06/07/26 18:08:16 31SHJ620 0352  Your vehicle displays engine oil life and maintenance service items on the information display (LX, EX and EX-L models), or on the multi- information display (Touring models), to show you when you should have your dealer perform engine oil replacement and indicated maintenance service.

  • Page 354

    06/07/26 18:08:22 31SHJ620 0353  Maintenance Minder When the remaining engine oil life is less than 5 percent, you will see a ‘‘CHANGE OIL’’ message on the information display, along with the same maintenance item code(s), every time you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. When the remaining engine oil life is 0 percent, you will see the above display.

  • Page 355

    06/07/26 18:08:29 31SHJ620 0354  If you still do not perform the indicated maintenance, you will see a negative mileage, for example ‘‘ 543,’’ blinking in the display. This − negative mileage means that you should have performed the indicated maintenance 543 miles ago. Immediately have the indicated maintenance done by your dealer.

  • Page 356

    06/07/26 18:08:37 31SHJ620 0355  Maintenance Minder When the remaining engine oil life is less than 5 percent, you will see the above display. The display then changes to ‘‘SERVICE DUE NOW.’’ Have the indicated maintenance done as soon as possible. When the remaining engine oil life is less than 0 percent and you have not done the required maintenance, you will see the above display for several...

  • Page 357

    06/07/26 18:08:46 31SHJ620 0356  If you still do not get the indicated maintenance done, you will see a negative mileage, for example ‘‘ 15’’ − blinking. This negative mileage display means you should have done the indicated maintenance 15 miles ago. Immediately have the indicated maintenance done by your dealer.

  • Page 358

    06/07/26 18:08:54 31SHJ620 0357  Maintenance Minder Resetting the Engine Oil Life Indicator On LX, EX and EX-L models Your dealer will reset the display after completing the required maintenance service. You will see ‘‘OIL LIFE 100 %’’ on the information display the next time you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position.

  • Page 359

    06/07/26 18:09:02 31SHJ620 0358  On Touring models Turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position. Press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel until you see the engine oil life display. Press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel for about 10 seconds.

  • Page 360

    Check your warranty booklet for more information. We recommend the use of Honda parts and fluids whenever you have maintenance done. These are manufactured to the same high- quality standards as the original components, so you can be confident of their performance and durability.

  • Page 361

    06/07/26 18:09:17 31SHJ620 0360  U.S. Vehicles: Maintenance, replacement, or repair of emissions control devices and systems may be done by any automotive repair establishment or individual using parts that are ‘‘certified’’ to EPA standards. According to state and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on the items marked with #...

  • Page 362

    06/07/26 18:09:25 31SHJ620 0361  Maintenance Minder Symbol Maintenance Main Items * Replace engine oil * Replace engine oil and oil filter Inspect front and rear brakes Check parking brake adjustment Inspect these items: Tie rod ends, steering gear box, and boots Suspension components Driveshaft boots Brake hoses and lines (including ABS) All fluid levels and condition of fluids...

  • Page 363: Maintenance Record

    You or the servicing dealer can record all completed maintenance here. When maintenance is performed, record the mileage, circle the coded item(s) completed, and write in any other non-coded items (such as brake fluid replacement) below the codes. Keep the receipts for all work done on your vehicle. Maintenance can also be recorded in your Honda service history booklet. Mileage...

  • Page 364

    06/07/26 18:09:37 31SHJ620 0363  Maintenance Record Mileage Maintenance Performed Signature Mileage Date Maintenance Signature Performed Date...

  • Page 365: Fluid Locations

    06/07/26 18:09:41 31SHJ620 0364  ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK (Orange loop) POWER STEERING FLUID (Red cap) WASHER FLUID (Blue cap) RADIATOR CAP ENGINE COOLANT ENGINE OIL FILL CAP RESERVOIR Fluid Locations BRAKE FLUID (Black cap) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID DIPSTICK (Yellow loop)

  • Page 366: Adding Engine Oil

    06/07/26 18:09:48 31SHJ620 0365  Adding Engine Oil ENGINE OIL FILL CAP Unscrew and remove the engine oil fill cap on top of the valve cover. Pour in the oil slowly and carefully so you do not spill. Clean up any spills immediately. Spilled oil could damage components in the engine compartment.

  • Page 367

    06/07/26 18:09:54 31SHJ620 0366  Honda Motor Oil is the preferred 5W-20 lubricant for your vehicle. It is highly recommended that you use Honda Motor Oil in your vehicle for optimum engine protection. Make sure the API Certification Seal says ‘‘For Gasoline Engines.’’ Ambient Temperature The oil viscosity or weight is provided on the container’s label.

  • Page 368: Changing The Oil And Filter

    06/07/26 18:10:02 31SHJ620 0367  Changing the Oil and Filter Always change the oil and filter according to the maintenance messages shown on the odometer/ trip meter display or on the multi- information display. The oil and filter collect contaminants that can dam- age your engine if they are not removed regularly.

  • Page 369

    06/07/26 18:10:10 31SHJ620 0368  Install a new oil filter according to the instructions that come with it. Put a new washer on the drain bolt, then reinstall the drain bolt. Tighten the drain bolt to: 29 lbf·ft (39 N·m , 4.0 kgf·m) Refill the engine with the recommended oil.

  • Page 370: Engine Coolant

    MIN line, add coolant to bring it up to the MAX line. Inspect the cooling system for leaks. Always use Honda Long-life Anti- freeze/Coolant Type 2. This coolant is pre-mixed with 50 percent antifreeze and 50 percent water.

  • Page 371

    06/07/26 18:10:25 31SHJ620 0370  RADIATOR CAP When the radiator and engine are cool, relieve any pressure in the cooling system by turning the radiator cap counterclockwise, without pressing down. Remove the radiator cap by pushing down and turning counterclockwise. FILLER NECK Fill up to here The coolant level should be up to the base of the filler neck.

  • Page 372: Windshield Washers

    06/07/26 18:10:32 31SHJ620 0371  Windshield Washers Check the fluid level in the windshield washer reservoir at least monthly during normal use. This reservoir supplies the windshield and rear window washers. Check the fluid level by removing the cap and looking at the level gauge attached to the cap.

  • Page 373: Automatic Transmission Fluid

    06/07/26 18:10:42 31SHJ620 0372  The transmission should be drained and refilled with new fluid when this service is indicated on a maintenance message on the information display or on the multi-information display (depending on models). If you are not sure how to add fluid or you do not have the proper equipment to reach the transmission fluid fill hole, you should have this...

  • Page 374

    However, continued use can affect the shift quality. Have the transmission flushed and refilled with Honda ATF-Z1 as soon as it is convenient. Insert the dipstick all the way back into the transmission securely as shown in the illustration on the previous page.

  • Page 375: Brake Fluid

    DOT 3 or DOT 4 fluid, from a sealed container, as a temporary replacement. Using any non-Honda brake fluid can cause corrosion and decrease the life of the system. Have the brake system flushed and refilled with Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3 as soon as possible.

  • Page 376: Power Steering Fluid

    Honda PSF as soon as possible. A low power steering fluid level can indicate a leak in the system. Check the fluid level frequently, and have the system inspected as soon as possible.

  • Page 377: Lights

    06/07/26 18:11:10 31SHJ620 0376  Headlight Aiming The headlights were properly aimed when your vehicle was new. If you regularly carry heavy items in the cargo area or pull a trailer, readjustment may be required. Adjustments should be done by your dealer or other qualified technician. Replacing a Headlight Bulb Your vehicle has halogen headlight bulbs, two on each side.

  • Page 378

    06/07/26 18:11:20 31SHJ620 0377  Lights Driver’s side BULB CONNECTOR Remove the electrical connector from the bulb by pushing on the tab and pulling the connector down. Remove the bulb by turning it one- quarter turn counterclockwise. Insert the new bulb into the hole, and turn it one-quarter turn clock- wise to lock it in place.

  • Page 379

    06/07/26 18:11:28 31SHJ620 0378  Insert the socket back into the headlight assembly. Turn it clockwise to lock it in place. Turn on the lights to make sure the new bulb is working. Replacing a Front Parking/Side Marker Bulb BULB SOCKET Open the hood. Remove the socket from the headlight assembly by turning it one-quarter turn counterclockwise.

  • Page 380

    06/07/26 18:11:39 31SHJ620 0379  Lights Replacing a Fog Light Bulb Touring models only HOLE BOLT UNDER COVER Remove the undercover bolt located under the front bumper. Push up the undercover. Remove the fog light assembly from the bumper by pulling its inner edge first, then the whole assembly out of the bumper.

  • Page 381

    06/07/26 18:11:50 31SHJ620 0380  Replacing Rear Bulbs (in Rear Pillar) COVER BOLTS Open the tailgate. Remove the two bolt covers on the rear pillar by prying on the bottom edge with a flat-tip screwdriver. Remove the bolts with a Phillips- head screwdriver, and remove the light assembly from the rear pillar.

  • Page 382

    06/07/26 18:12:00 31SHJ620 0381  Lights Replacing Rear Bulbs (in Tailgate) COVER Open the tailgate. Place a cloth on the edge of the light assembly cover. Remove the cover by carefully prying in the notch on its middle edge with a flat-tip screwdriver. Determine which of the two bulbs is burned out: taillight or back-up light.

  • Page 383

    06/07/26 18:12:09 31SHJ620 0382  Replacing a High-mount Brake Light Bulb SCREWS COVER Remove the two screw covers on the light assembly by prying on the side edge with a flat-tip screwdriver. Remove the screws with a Phillips- head screwdriver, then remove the light assembly from the tailgate.

  • Page 384: Cleaning The Seat Belts

    If you remove the driver’s floor mat, make sure to re-anchor it when you put it back in your vehicle. If you use a non-Honda floor mat, make sure it fits properly and that it can be used with the floor mat anchors.

  • Page 385: Wiper Blades

    06/07/26 18:12:23 31SHJ620 0384  Check the condition of the wiper blades at least every 6 months. Replace them if you find signs of cracking in the rubber, and areas that are getting hard or if they leave streaks and unwiped areas when used. WIPER ARMS Raise the wiper arm off the windshield.

  • Page 386

    06/07/26 18:12:30 31SHJ620 0385  Wiper Blades Rear Wiper : Disconnect the blade assembly from the wiper arm by pivoting the blade assembly upward. BLADE Front Wiper : Remove the blade from its holder by grasping the tabbed end of the blade. Pull firmly until the tabs come out of the holder.

  • Page 387

    06/07/26 18:12:38 31SHJ620 0386  BLADE REINFORCEMENT Examine the new wiper blades. If they have no plastic or metal reinforcement along the back edge, remove the metal reinforcement strips from the old wiper blade, and install them in the slots along the edge of the new blade.

  • Page 388: Tires

    06/07/26 18:12:47 31SHJ620 0387  Tires Wheels Clean the wheels as you would the rest of the exterior. Wash them with the same solution, and rinse them thoroughly. If equipped Aluminum alloy wheels have a protective clear-coat that keeps the aluminum from corroding and tarnishing.

  • Page 389

    06/07/26 18:12:59 31SHJ620 0388  Even though your vehicle is equipped with TPMS, we recommend that you visually check your tires every day. If you think a tire might be low, check it immediately with a tire gauge. Use a gauge to measure the air pressure in each tire at least once a month.

  • Page 390

    06/07/26 18:13:15 31SHJ620 0389  Tires U.S. Touring model Tire Size Cold Tire Pressure for Normal Driving Front: 33 psi (230 kPa , 235-710R460A 2.3 kgf/cm ) 104T Rear: 35 psi (240 kPa , 2.4 kgf/cm ) For convenience, the recommended tire sizes and cold tire pressures are on a label on the driver’s doorjamb.

  • Page 391

    For best results, have the installer perform a dynamic balance. If equipped Improper wheel weights can damage your vehicle’s aluminum wheels. Use only genuine Honda wheel weights f or balancing. Tire Rotation Front Front (For Non-directional...

  • Page 392

    06/07/26 18:13:37 31SHJ620 0391  Tires It is best to replace all four tires at the same time. If that is not possible or necessary, replace the two front tires or two rear tires as a pair. Replacing just one tire can seriously affect your vehicle’s handling. If you ever replace a wheel, make sure the new one matches the specifications of the original.

  • Page 393

    Michelin PAX System (see page The previously listed chains are the only ones that have been approved by Honda for use on your vehicle. Since Honda cannot test all chains, you must be personally responsible for proper selection, installation, and use of tire chains.

  • Page 394

    Never use a tire repair agent in a PAX system tire, and never repair a PAX system tire by yourself. Repair or replacement must be done by a Honda dealer or an authorized Michelin PAX system dealer. If you must continue driving with a...

  • Page 395: Checking The Battery

    06/07/26 18:14:01 31SHJ620 0394  TEST INDICATOR WINDOW Check the condition of the battery monthly by looking at the test indicator window. The label on the battery explains the test indicator’s colors. Check the terminals for corrosion (a white or yellowish powder). To remove it, cover the terminals with a solution of baking soda and water.

  • Page 396: Vehicle Storage

    06/07/26 18:14:11 31SHJ620 0395  Vehicle Storage If you need to park your vehicle for an extended period (more than 1 month), there are several things you should do to prepare it for storage. Proper preparation helps prevent deterioration and makes it easier to get your vehicle back on the road.

  • Page 397: Taking Care Of The Unexpected

    06/07/26 18:14:14 31SHJ620 0396  Taking Care of the Unexpected This section covers the more common problems that motorists experience with their vehicles. It gives you information about how to safely evaluate the problem and what to do to correct it. If the problem has stranded you on the side of the road, you may be able to get going again.

  • Page 398: Driving With A Flat Tire

    06/07/26 18:14:20 31SHJ620 0397  Driving With a Flat Tire Michelin PAX System On U.S. Touring models only Your vehicle is equipped with the Michelin PAX system. Since each Michelin PAX system tire has an inner support ring that allows it to continue running without air, it may be difficult to immediately judge from its appearance if a tire is punctured.

  • Page 399

    125 miles (200 km) even if one or more of your tires are punctured. This allows you to drive to the nearest Honda dealer or authorized Michelin PAX system dealer to have the tire(s) repaired. If you get a flat tire, never try to repair it yourself, and never replace a flat tire with a compact spare tire.

  • Page 400

    Continuous driving after this message will make it impossible to repair the tire. If you cannot find a Honda dealer or an authorized Michelin PAX system dealer where you are driving, call the PAX help hotline at 1-877-PAXTIRE...

  • Page 401: Compact Spare Tire

    06/07/26 18:14:44 31SHJ620 0400  All models except U.S. Touring Use the compact spare tire as a temporary replacement only. Get your regular tire repaired or replaced, and put it back on your vehicle as soon as you can. Check the inflation pressure of the compact spare tire every time you check the other tires.

  • Page 402: Changing A Flat Tire

    06/07/26 18:14:51 31SHJ620 0401  Changing a Flat Tire All models except U.S. Touring If you have a flat tire while driving, stop in a safe place to change it. Drive slowly along the shoulder until you get to an exit or an area that is far away from the traffic lanes.

  • Page 403

    06/07/26 18:15:00 31SHJ620 0402  COVER JACK Loosen the jack from its holder by turning the end counterclockwise. BRACKET MOUNTING WING BOLT VINYL BAG BRACKET Remove the bracket from the jack storage area by unscrewing the bracket mounting wing bolt. Remove the vinyl storage bag. Changing a Flat Tire HOLDER Move the seat belt out of the way...

  • Page 404

    06/07/26 18:15:09 31SHJ620 0403  Changing a Flat Tire SPACER CONE SEAT BELT TIRE MOUNTING WING BOLT COVER The spare tire is stored behind the spare tire cover on the sidewall of the cargo area on the driver’s side. Remove the cover by holding the two handles on the spare tire cover and pulling the cover out.

  • Page 405

    06/07/26 18:15:17 31SHJ620 0404  EXTENSION WHEEL NUT WRENCH Use the extension and the wheel nut wrench as shown to raise the vehicle until the flat tire is off the ground. WHEEL COVER Remove the wheel nuts, then remove the flat tire. Handle the wheel nuts carefully;...

  • Page 406

    06/07/26 18:15:24 31SHJ620 0405  Changing a Flat Tire Put on the spare tire. Put the wheel nuts back on finger-tight, then tighten them in a crisscross pattern with the wheel nut wrench until the wheel is firmly against the hub. Do not try to tighten the wheel nuts fully.

  • Page 407

    06/07/26 18:15:33 31SHJ620 0406  SPACER ATTACHMENT PLASTIC SCREW POINT Return the third seat to an upright position. You will find a U-shaped carpet piece behind the seat bottom of the third row seat. Pull up the U- shaped carpet piece, fold it, and tack the end under the carpet.

  • Page 408

    06/07/26 18:15:44 31SHJ620 0407  Changing a Flat Tire Store the spacer and the plastic screw in a noticeable place. Make sure to reinstall the plastic screw after the flat tire is repaired and installed on the vehicle. On LX model Store the wheel cover in the spare tire storage area.

  • Page 409: If The Engine Won't Start

    06/07/26 18:15:53 31SHJ620 0408  Diagnosing why the engine won’t start falls into two areas, depending on what you hear when you turn the ignition switch to the START (III) position: You hear nothing, or almost nothing. The engine’s starter motor does not operate at all, or operates very slowly.

  • Page 410

    06/07/26 18:16:00 31SHJ620 0409  If the Engine Won’t Start The Starter Operates Normally In this case, the starter motor’s speed sounds normal, or even faster than normal, when you turn the ignition switch to the START (III) position, but the engine does not run. Are you using the proper starting procedure? Refer to Starting the...

  • Page 411: Jump Starting

    06/07/26 18:16:09 31SHJ620 0410  Although this seems like a simple procedure, you should take several precautions. A battery can explode if you do not follow the correct procedure, seriously injuring anyone nearby. Keep all sparks, open flames, and smoking materials away from the battery. You cannot start your vehicle by pushing or pulling it.

  • Page 412

    06/07/26 18:16:16 31SHJ620 0411  Jump Starting Connect one jumper cable to the positive ( ) terminal on your + vehicle’s battery. Connect the other end to the positive ( ) + terminal on the booster battery. Connect the second jumper cable to the negative ( ) terminal on −...

  • Page 413: If The Engine Overheats

    06/07/26 18:16:25 31SHJ620 0412  The pointer of the vehicle’s temperature gauge should stay in the midrange. If it climbs to the red mark, you should determine the reason (hot day, driving up a steep hill, etc.). If your vehicle overheats, you should take immediate action. The only indication may be the temperature gauge climbing to or above the red mark.

  • Page 414

    06/07/26 18:16:33 31SHJ620 0413  If the Engine Overheats Look for any obvious coolant leaks, such as a split radiator hose. Everything is still extremely hot, so use caution. If you find a leak, it must be repaired before you continue driving (see Emergency on page Towing If you do not find an obvious leak,...

  • Page 415: Low Oil Pressure Indicator

    06/07/26 18:16:43 31SHJ620 0414  Low Oil Pressure Indicator This indicator should never come on when the engine is running. If it starts flashing or stays on, the oil pressure has dropped very low or lost pressure. Serious engine damage is possible, and you should take immediate action.

  • Page 416: Malfunction Indicator Lamp

    06/07/26 18:16:51 31SHJ620 0415  Malfunction Indicator Lamp, Readiness Codes Malfunction Indicator Lamp If this indicator comes on while driving, it means one of the engine’s emissions control systems may have a problem. Even though you may feel no difference in your vehicle’s performance, continued operation may cause serious damage.

  • Page 417: Brake System Indicator

    06/07/26 18:16:59 31SHJ620 0416  U.S. Canada The brake system indicator normally comes on when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, and as a reminder to check the parking brake. It will stay on if you do not fully release the parking brake.

  • Page 418: Fuses

    06/07/26 18:17:07 31SHJ620 0417  Fuses DRIVER’S SIDE INTERIOR FUSE BOX The vehicle’s fuses are contained in four fuse boxes (three, if the vehicle does not have a rear entertainment system). The interior fuse boxes are located under the dashboard on the driver’s and passenger’s side. PASSENGER’S SIDE INTERIOR FUSE BOX To open the passenger’s fuse box,...

  • Page 419

    06/07/26 18:17:16 31SHJ620 0418  Checking and Replacing Fuses If something electrical in your vehicle stops working, the first thing you should check for is a blown fuse. Determine from the chart on pages through , or the diagram on the fuse box lid, which fuse or fuses control that device.

  • Page 420

    06/07/26 18:17:23 31SHJ620 0419  Fuses BLOWN Look for a blown wire inside the fuse. If it is blown, replace the fuse with one of the spare fuses of the same rating or lower. If you cannot drive the vehicle without fixing the problem, and you do not have a spare fuse, take a fuse of the same rating or a lower rating from one of the other circuits.

  • Page 421: Fuse Locations

    06/07/26 18:17:34 31SHJ620 0420  PRIMARY UNDER-HOOD FUSE BOX SECONDARY UNDER-HOOD FUSE BOX No. Amps. Circuits Protected 10 A Left Headlight Low 30 A Rear Defroster Coil 10 A Left Headlight High 15 A Small Lights 10 A Right Headlight High 10 A Right Headlight Low 7.5 A Back Up 15 A...

  • Page 422

    06/07/26 18:17:41 31SHJ620 0421  Fuse Locations INTERIOR FUSE BOX Driver’s Side Front No. Amps. Circuits Protected 7.5 A TPMS 15 A IG Coil 10 A Daytime Running Light * 15 A 10 A Radio 7.5 A Interior Lights 7.5 A Back Up Not Used −...

  • Page 423

    06/07/26 18:17:48 31SHJ620 0422  INTERIOR FUSE BOX UPPER AREA Driver’s Side No. Amps. Circuits Protected 7.5 A INTERIOR FUSE BOX Passenger’s Side Fuse Locations Amps. Circuits Protected 30 A Rear Blower − Not Used 15 A 20 A Door Lock Not Used − 15 A Heated Seat *...

  • Page 424: Emergency Towing

    06/07/26 18:17:57 31SHJ620 0423  Emergency Towing If your vehicle needs to be towed, call a professional towing service or organization. Never tow your vehicle with just a rope or chain. It is very dangerous. There are two ways to tow your vehicle: The operator Flat-bed Equipment −...

  • Page 425

    06/07/26 18:18:01 31SHJ620 0424  The steering system can be damaged if the steering wheel is locked. Leave the ignition switch in the ACCESSORY (I) position, and make sure the steering wheel turns f reely bef ore you begin towing. Trying to lif t or tow your vehicle by the bumpers will cause serious damage.

  • Page 426

    06/07/26 18:18:03 31SHJ620 0425 ...

  • Page 427: Technical Information

    06/07/26 18:18:07 31SHJ620 0426  The diagrams in this section give you the dimensions and capacities of your vehicle and the locations of the identification numbers. It also includes information you should know about your vehicle’s tires and emissions control systems. Identification Numbers . 422 Specifications .

  • Page 428: Identification Numbers

    06/07/26 18:18:12 31SHJ620 0427  Identification Numbers Your vehicle has several identifying numbers in various places. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (VIN) The vehicle identification number (VIN) is the 17-digit number your dealer uses to register your vehicle for warranty purposes. It is also necessary for licensing and insuring your vehicle.

  • Page 429

    06/07/26 18:18:16 31SHJ620 0428  Identification Numbers The engine number is stamped into the engine block. It is on the front. TRANSMISSION NUMBER The transmission number is on a label on the side of the transmission. ENGINE NUMBER...

  • Page 430: Specifications

    06/07/26 18:18:33 31SHJ620 0429  Specifications Dimensions Length Width Height Wheelbase Track Front Rear * 1 : LX model * 2 : EX, EX-L and Touring models Weights Gross vehicle weight rating See the tire information label atta- ched to the driver’s doorjamb. Gross combined weight rating (GCWR) Engine Type...

  • Page 431

    06/07/26 18:18:59 31SHJ620 0430  Lights Headlights High 12 V 12 V Fog lights 12 V Front turn signal lights 12 V Front parking/side marker 12 V lights Rear turn signal lights 12 V Stop/Taillights 12 V Taillights 12 V Back-up lights 12 V License plate lights 12 V High-mount brake light...

  • Page 432

    06/07/26 18:19:07 31SHJ620 0431  DOT Tire Quality Grading (U.S. Vehicles) The tires on your car meet all U.S. Federal Safety Requirements. All tires are also graded for treadwear, traction, and temperature perform- ance according to Department of Transportation (DOT) standards. The following explains these gradings. Uniform Tire Quality Grading Quality grades can be found where applicable on the tire sidewall...

  • Page 433

    06/07/26 18:19:11 31SHJ620 0432  Temperature A, B, C − The temperature grades are A (the highest), B, and C, representing the tire’s resistance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory test wheel.

  • Page 434: Tire Labeling

    06/07/26 18:19:27 31SHJ620 0433  Tire Labeling The tires that came on your vehicle have a number of markings. Those you should be aware of are described below. Tire Size Whenever tires are replaced, they should be replaced with tires of the same size. Following is an example of tire size with an explanation of what each component means.

  • Page 435

    06/07/26 18:19:36 31SHJ620 0434  PAX System Tire Labeling U.S. Touring model only The PAX system tires have different markings from conventional tire markings. Following is an example of PAX system tire size with an explanation of what each component means. 235-710R460A 104T − Tire width in millimeters.

  • Page 436

    06/07/26 18:19:42 31SHJ620 0435  Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Each tire, including the spare (if provided), should be checked monthly when cold and inflated to the inflation pressure recommended by the vehicle manufacturer on the vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure label. (If your vehicle has tires of a different size than the size indicated on the vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure label, you should...

  • Page 437

    06/07/26 18:19:48 31SHJ620 0436  Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Your vehicle has also been equipped with a TPMS malfunction indicator to indicate when the system is not operating properly. The TPMS malfunction indicator is provided by a separate telltale, which displays the symbol ‘‘TPMS’’ when illuminated. When the malfunction indicator is illuminated, the system may not be able to detect...

  • Page 438: Emissions Controls

    This section summarizes how the emissions controls work. Scheduled maintenance is on page * In Canada, Honda vehicles comply with the Canadian emission requirements, as specified in an agreement with Environment Canada, at the time they are manufactured.

  • Page 439: Exhaust Emissions Controls

    Clean Air Act. To make sure the emissions remain low, you should use only new Honda replacement parts or their equivalent for repairs. Using lower quality parts may increase the emissions from your vehicle.

  • Page 440: Three Way Catalytic Converter

    The catalytic converters are referred to as three-way catalysts, since they act on HC, CO, and NOx. Replacement units must be original Honda parts or their equivalent. The three way catalytic converter must operate at a high temperature for the chemical reactions to take place.

  • Page 441: State Emissions Testing

    06/07/26 18:20:20 31SHJ620 0440  Testing of Readiness Codes If you take your vehicle for a state emissions test shortly after the battery has been disconnected or gone dead, it may not pass the test. This is because of certain ‘‘readiness codes’’ that must be set in the on- board diagnostics for the emissions systems.

  • Page 442

    06/07/26 18:20:25 31SHJ620 0441  State Emissions Testing Select a nearby lightly traveled major highway where you can maintain a speed of 50 to 60 mph for at least 20 minutes. Drive on the highway in D (A/T). Do not use the cruise control. When traffic allows, drive for 90 seconds without moving the accelerator pedal.

  • Page 443: Warranty And Customer Relations

    06/07/26 18:20:28 31SHJ620 0442  Warranty and Customer Relations Customer Service Information Warranty Coverages Reporting Safety Defects (U.S. Vehicles) Authorized Manuals . 438 . 439 . 440 . 441...

  • Page 444: Customer Service Information

    If you are dissatisfied with the decision made by the dealership’s management, contact your Honda Customer Service Office. U.S. Owners: American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Automobile Customer Service Mail Stop 500-2N-7A 1919 Torrance Boulevard Torrance, California 90501-2746 Tel: (800) 999-1009...

  • Page 445: Warranty Coverages

    Accessory Limited Warranty − Honda accessories are covered under this warranty. Time and mileage limits depend on the type of accessory and other factors. Please read your warranty booklet for details.

  • Page 446: Reporting Safety Defects (u.s. Vehicles)

    National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying American Honda Motor Co., Inc. If NHTSA receives similar com- plaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign.

  • Page 447: Authorized Manuals (u.s. Only)

    * Prices are subject to change without notice and without incurring obligation. Valid only for sales within the United States. Canadian owners should contact their authorized Honda dealer. ORDER TOLL FREE: 1-800-782-4356 (NOTE: For Credit Card Holder Orders Only) Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M.

  • Page 448

    06/07/26 18:21:10 31SHJ620 0447  Authorized Manuals NOTE: Dealers and Companies please provide dealer or company name, and also the name of the person to whose attention the shipment should be sent. For purchases outside U.S.A. please write to the address shown below for a quotation. S...

  • Page 449: Index

    06/07/26 18:21:15 31SHJ620 0448  Accessories . 312 ACCESSORY (Ignition Key Position) . 147 Accessory Power Sockets . 206 AC Power Outlet . 206 Additives, Engine Oil . 361 Advanced Airbag System Airbag (SRS) . 9, 25 Air Conditioning System . 214 Rear A/C Control .

  • Page 450

    06/07/26 18:21:19 31SHJ620 0449  Index Cancel Button . 293 Capacities Chart . 424 Carbon Monoxide Hazard Cargo Area Light . 210 Cargo, How to Carry . 314 CAUTION, Explanation of CD Care . 248 CD Changer . 239 CD Changer Error Message . 249 CD Player .

  • Page 451

    06/07/26 18:21:24 31SHJ620 0450  Disposal of Used Oil . 363 Doors Auto Door Locking/ unlocking . 155 Locking and Unlocking . 154 Lockout Prevention . 154 Manual Sliding Doors . 164 Open monitor . 75, 91 Power Door Locks . 154 Power Sliding Doors .

  • Page 452

    06/07/26 18:21:29 31SHJ620 0451  Index Folding the Third Seat . 182 Four-way Flashers . 143 Front Airbags . 9, 25 Front Seat . 171 Adjusting . 171, 172 Heaters . 184 Airbags . 9, 25 Fuel . 306 Fill Door and Cap . 307 Gauge Octane Requirement .

  • Page 453

    06/07/26 18:21:34 31SHJ620 0452  Indicators Fog Light Fuel Economy High Beam Key (Immobilizer System) Lights On Low Fuel Low Oil Pressure . 67, 409 Low Tire Pressure . 71, 332 Maintenance Minder Side Airbag Off . 35, 68 . 34, 67 System Message TPMS .

  • Page 454

    06/07/26 18:21:40 31SHJ620 0453  Index Luggage, Storing (Cargo) . 314 Maintenance . 345 Minder . 347-356 Minder Indicator Owner Maintenance Checks . 355 Record . 357-358 Safety . 346 Malfunction Indicator Lamp . 67, 410 Manual Sliding Doors . 164 Meters, Gauges * Michilen PAX System .

  • Page 455

    06/07/26 18:21:45 31SHJ620 0454  Protecting Children Protecting Infants Protecting Larger Children Protecting Small Children Using Child Seats with Tethers Using LATCH Radiator Overheating . 407 Radio/CD Sound System . 225 Readiness Codes . 410 Rear Audio Control Panel . 261 Rear A/C Unit .

  • Page 456

    06/07/26 18:21:49 31SHJ620 0455  Index Seats . 170 Adjustments . 171, 172 Drivers Lumbar Support . 173 Folding the Third Seat . 182 Head Restraints . 174 Manual Height Adjustment . 172 Passenger Seating . 170 Reclining the Third Seat . 172 Removing the Second Seats .

  • Page 457

    06/07/26 18:21:54 31SHJ620 0456  Technical Descriptions Emissions Control Systems . 432 Three Way Catalytic Converter . 433, 434 Temperature Gauge Temperature, Inside Sensor . 224 Tensioners, Seat Belts Tether Anchorage Points Theft Protection . 256 Three Way Catalytic Converter . 434 Tilt and Telescoping the Steering Wheel .

  • Page 458

    06/07/26 18:21:58 31SHJ620 0457  Index Warranty Coverages . 439 Washer, Windshield Checking the Fluid Level . 366 Level Indicator Operation . 137 Wheels Adjusting the Steering . 144 Alignment and Balance . 385 Compact Spare . 395 Wrench . 399 Windows Auto Reverse .

  • Page 459

    06/07/26 18:22:00 31SHJ620 0458 ...

  • Page 460: Service Information Summary

    Do not use ATF (see page Brake Fluid: Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3 preferred, or a DOT 3 or DOT 4 brake fluid as a temporary replacement (see page Tire Pressure (measured cold): LX, EX, and U.S.

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