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2005 Odyssey Online Reference Owner's Manual
Use these links (and links throughout this manual) to navigate through this reference.
For a printed owner's manual, click on authorized manuals or go to www.helminc.com.
Contents
Owner's Identification Form
Introduction .....................................................................................................................................................
i
A Few Words About Safety
.......................................................................................................................... ii
...............................................................................................................................4
Driver and Passenger Safety
.......................................................................................................................7
Proper use and care of your vehicle's seat belts, and Supplemental Restraint System.
Instruments and
Controls...........................................................................................................................59
Instrument panel indicator and gauge, and how to use dashboard and steering column controls.
Features.........................................................................................................................................................187
How to operate the climate control system, the audio system, and other convenience features.
.............................................................................................................................................277
What gasoline to use, how to break-in your new vehicle, and how to load luggage and other cargo.
Driving...........................................................................................................................................................291
The proper way to start the engine, shift the transmission, and park, plus towing a trailer.
Maintenance.................................................................................................................................................313
The Maintenance Schedule shows you when you need to take your vehicle to the dealer.
Taking Care of the
Unexpected...............................................................................................................355
This section covers several problems motorists sometimes experience, and how to handle them.
Technical
Information...............................................................................................................................383
ID numbers, dimensions, capacities, and technical information.
Warranty and Customer Relations (U.S. and Canada)
......................................................................397
A summary of the warranties covering your new Honda, and how to contact us.
only)...............................................................................................................401
How to order manuals and other technical literature.
Index .................................................................................................................................................................
I
A summary of information you need when you pull up to the fuel pump.

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  • Page 1

    ID numbers, dimensions, capacities, and technical information. Warranty and Customer Relations (U.S. and Canada) ..............397 A summary of the warranties covering your new Honda, and how to contact us. Authorized Manuals (U.S. only).......................401 How to order manuals and other technical literature.

  • Page 2

    The information and specifications included CITY STATE/PROVINCE ZIP CODE/ in this publication were in effect at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co., POSTAL CODE Ltd. reserves the right, however, to V. I. N. discontinue or change specifications or...

  • Page 3

    This One of the best ways to enhance the enjoyment of your new Honda is to information is intended to help you read this manual. In it, you will learn how to operate its driving controls and avoid damage to your Honda, other convenience items.

  • Page 4

    Main Menu A Few Words About Safety Your safety, and the safety of others, You will find this important safety information in a variety of forms, is very important. And operating this including: vehicle safely is an important Safety Labels on the vehicle.

  • Page 5: Your Vehicle At A Glance

    Main Menu Your Vehicle at a Glance INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS (P.61, 62) SHIFT LEVER HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM/ (P.71) (P.294) CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (P.188) GAUGES SEAT HEATER SWITCHES (P.160) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.168) Seat Memory Switches (P.161) POWER GLOVE BOXES DOOR LOCK (P.180) SWITCHES (P.137)

  • Page 6

    Main Menu Your Vehicle at a Glance CRUISE HAZARD WARNING HEADLIGHTS/ MULTI-INFORMATION CLOCK DRIVER’S PEDAL CONTROL BUTTON ADJUSTMENT SWITCH TURN SIGNALS DISPLAY SWITCHES (P.227) (P.264) (P.126) (P.75) (P.169) (P.122) POWER SLIDING DOOR SWITCHES (P.142) PASSENGER MOONROOF AIRBAG OFF (P.166) INDICATOR (P.33) POWER TAILGATE SWITCH...

  • Page 7

    Main Menu...

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Main Menu Driver and Passenger Safety This section gives you important Lap/Shoulder Belt ...... All Children Should Sit in a Back information about how to protect Automatic Seat Belt Seat ........... yourself and your passengers. It Tensionners ......The Passenger’s Front Airbag shows you how to use seat belts.

  • Page 9: Important Safety Precautions

    Main Menu Table of Contents Important Safety Precautions You’ll find many safety Restrain All Children every additional drink. So don’t drink recommendations throughout this Children age 12 and under should and drive, and don’t let your friends section, and throughout this manual. ride properly restrained in a back drink and drive, either.

  • Page 10: Your Vehicle's Safety Features

    Main Menu Table of Contents Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Your vehicle is equipped with many features that work together to protect you and your passengers during a crash. (11) Some features do not require any action on your part. These include a strong steel framework that forms a safety cage around the passenger compartment;...

  • Page 11

    Main Menu Table of Contents Your Vehicle’s Safety Features However, you and your passengers Seat Belts can’t take full advantage of these Your vehicle is equipped with seat features unless you remain sitting in belts in all seating positions. Not wearing a seat belt properly a proper position and always wear increases the chance of serious...

  • Page 12

    Main Menu Table of Contents Your Vehicle’s Safety Features Help keep you from being thrown Airbags against the inside of the vehicle and against other occupants. Keep you from being thrown out of the vehicle. Help keep you in a good position should the airbags ever deploy.

  • Page 13

    Main Menu Table of Contents Your Vehicle’s Safety Features The most important things you need Always wear What you should do: to know about your airbags are: your seat belt properly, and sit upright and as far back from the steering wheel as possible while Airbags do not replace seat belts.

  • Page 14: Protecting Adults And Teens, Close And Lock The Doors, Adjust The Front Seats

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Introduction Close and Lock the Doors Adjust the Front Seats The following pages provide After everyone has entered the instructions on how to properly vehicle, be sure the doors and protect the driver, adult passengers, tailgate are closed and locked.

  • Page 15: Adjust The Seat-backs

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens If you sit too close to the steering Adjust the Seat-Backs wheel or dashboard, you can be seriously injured by an inflating front Sitting too close to a front airbag, or by striking the steering airbag can result in serious wheel or dashboard.

  • Page 16: Adjust The Head Restraints

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Adjust the Head Restraints Reclining the seat-back too far Improperly positioning head can result in serious injury or restraints reduces their death in a crash. effectiveness and you can be seriously injured in a crash. Adjust the seat-back to an upright position, and sit well Make sure head restraints are...

  • Page 17: Fasten And Position The Seat Belts

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Fasten and Position the Seat If necessary, pull up on the belt again Belts to remove any slack, then check that Insert the latch plate into the buckle, the belt rests across the center of then tug on the belt to make sure the your chest and over your shoulder.

  • Page 18

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Using the Lap/Shoulder Belt in the Center Position of the Third Row LATCH ANCHOR PLATE LATCH RELEASE BUTTONS ANCHOR ANCHOR BUCKLE The front seats and second row seats LATCH have adjustable seat belt anchors. To The plus-one seat on EX model also has adjust the height of an anchor, Insert the hook at the end of the...

  • Page 19

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Never place the shoulder portion of a lap/shoulder belt under your arm or This could cause Using a seat belt with the behind your back. very serious injuries in a crash. detachable seat belt anchor unlatched increases the chance If a seat belt does not seem to work...

  • Page 20: Maintain A Proper Sitting Position

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Maintain a Proper Sitting In addition, an occupant who is out of position in the front seat can be Position After all occupants have adjusted seriously or fatally injured in a crash Sitting improperly or out of their seats and put on seat belts, it is by striking interior parts of the...

  • Page 21: Advice For Pregnant Women, Additional Safety Precautions

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Advice for Pregnant Women When driving, remember to sit Additional Safety Precautions upright and adjust the seat as far Never let passengers ride in the back as possible while allowing full cargo area or on top of a folded- control of the vehicle.

  • Page 22

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Adults and Teens Do not put any accessories on seat Do not attach or place objects on Devices intended to improve Objects on belts. the front airbag covers. occupant comfort or reposition the the covers marked ‘‘SRS AIRBAG’’ shoulder part of a seat belt can could interfere with the proper reduce the protective capability of...

  • Page 23: Additional Information About Your Seat Belts, Seat Belt System Components, Lap/shoulder Belt

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Seat Belts Seat Belt System Components Lap/Shoulder Belt restrain your body. Your seat belt system includes lap/ The lap/shoulder belt goes over shoulder belts in all seating positions. your shoulder, across your chest, The seat belts in all positions except The front seat belts are also and across your hips.

  • Page 24: Seat Belt Maintenance

    In this case, Honda provides a lifetime warranty For added protection, the front seat the airbags would not be needed, but on seat belts for U.S. models. See...

  • Page 25

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Seat Belts If a seat belt is worn during a crash, it must be replaced by the dealer. A belt that has been worn during a Not checking or maintaining crash may not provide the same level seat belts can result in serious of protection in a subsequent crash.

  • Page 26: Additional Information About Your Airbags, Airbag System Components

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags Airbag System Components Your Airbag System includes: Two SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) front airbags. The driver’s (10) airbag is stored in the center of the steering wheel; the front (12) passengers’...

  • Page 27

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags Automatic seat belt tensioners A driver’s seat position sensor that An indicator on the dashboard that (see page monitors the distance of the seat alerts you that the passenger’s from the front airbag. If the seat is side airbag has been turned off Sensors that can detect a too far forward, the airbag will...

  • Page 28: How Your Front Airbags Work

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags How Your Front Airbags Work 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 29

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags The total time for inflation and Dual-Stage Airbags Dual-Threshold Airbags deflation is one-tenth of a second, so Your front airbags are dual-stage Your front airbags are also dual- fast that most occupants are not airbags.

  • Page 30: Advanced Airbag

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags Advanced Airbags Your front airbags are also advanced airbags. The main purpose of this feature is to help prevent airbag- caused injuries to short drivers and children who ride in front. PASSENGER’S For both advanced airbags to work SEAT WEIGHT...

  • Page 31: How Your Side Airbags Work

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags When the airbag is turned off, an Moving the front seat forcibly How Your Side Airbags Work indicator in the center of the back against cargo on the seat or dashboard will come on indicating floor behind it.

  • Page 32

    To get the best protection from the Although Honda does not encourage indicator will go out. side airbags, front seat occupants children to ride in front, this system...

  • Page 33: How Your Side Curtain Airbags Work, How The Srs Indicator Works

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags How Your Side Curtain Airbags If the impact is on the passenger’s How the SRS Indicator Works Work side, the passenger’s side curtain The SRS indicator alerts airbag will inflate even if there are no you to a potential problem occupants on that side of the vehicle.

  • Page 34: How The Side Airbag Off Indicator Works, How The Passenger Airbag Off Indicator Works

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags If you see any of these indications, How the Side Airbag Off How the Passenger Airbag Off the airbags and seat belt tensioners Indicator Works Indicator Works may not work properly when you This indicator U.S.

  • Page 35: Airbag Service

    Main Menu Table of Contents Additional Information About Your Airbags If no one is riding in the front seat, Airbag Service If your vehicle has a moderate to the airbag will be automatically shut Your airbag systems are virtually Even if your severe impact.

  • Page 36: Additional Safety Precautions

    This could make the 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 American Honda at 800-999-1009.

  • Page 37: All Children Must Be Restrained

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Children General Guidelines All Children Must Be Restrained Each year, many children are injured or killed in vehicle crashes because Children who are unrestrained they are either unrestrained or not or improperly restrained can be properly restrained.

  • Page 38: Seat, The Passenger's Front Airbag Can Pose Serious Risks

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Children General Guidelines All Children Should Sit in a Back The Passenger’s Front Airbag Small Children Seat Can Pose Serious Risks Placing a forward-facing child seat in According to accident statistics, Front airbags have been designed to the front seat of a vehicle equipped children of all ages and sizes are help protect adults in a moderate to...

  • Page 39: Protecting Children General Guidelines

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Children General Guidelines To remind you of the passenger’s Canadian Models 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 driver’s and front passenger’s visors.

  • Page 40: If You Must Drive With Several Children, If A Child Requires Close Attention

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Children General Guidelines If You Must Drive with Several If a Child Requires Close If a child requires close physical attention or frequent visual contact, Children Attention Your vehicle has two rows of back Many parents say they prefer to put we strongly recommend that another seats where children can be properly...

  • Page 41

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Children General Guidelines Additional Safety Precautions Use childproof door locks to Lock all doors and tailgate when Children Never hold an infant or child on prevent children from opening the your vehicle is not in use. If you are not wearing a This can prevent children who play in vehicles can...

  • Page 42: Protecting Infants And Small Children, Protecting Infants

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Infants and Small Children Protecting Infants Two types of seats may be used: a Child Seat Placement seat designed exclusively for infants, A rear-facing child seat can be placed or a convertible seat used in the rear- in any seating position in the back facing, reclining mode.

  • Page 43: Protecting Small Children

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Infants and Small Children In any situation, we strongly Protecting Small Children Child Seat Placement recommend that you install the child We strongly recommend placing a seat directly behind the front forward-facing child seat in a back passenger’s seat, move the seat as seat, not the front.

  • Page 44: Selecting A Child Seat

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Infants and Small Children, Selecting a Child Seat If it is necessary to put a forward- Selecting a Child Seat We also recommend selecting a facing child seat in the front, move When buying a child seat, you need LATCH-compatible seat with a rigid, the vehicle seat as far to the rear as to choose either a conventional child...

  • Page 45: Installing A Child Seat

    Main Menu Table of Contents Selecting a Child Seat, Installing a Child Seat Whatever type of seat you choose, to Installing a Child Seat movement can be expected and provide proper protection, a child After selecting a proper child seat, should not reduce the child seat’s seat should meet three and a good place to install the seat,...

  • Page 46: With Latch

    Main Menu Table of Contents Installing a Child Seat Installing a Child Seat with LOWER ANCHOR MARKS 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...

  • Page 47

    Main Menu Table of Contents Installing a Child Seat Attach the tether strap hook to the tether anchor, then tighten the strap as instructed by the child seat maker. Push and pull the child seat forward and from side to side to verify that it is secure.

  • Page 48

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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 and retract the seat belt all the way into the ceiling. Place the latch plate and anchor latch in their holding slots (see page Follow steps 1 through 4 of the...

  • Page 49: With A Lap/shoulder Belt

    Main Menu Table of Contents Installing a Child Seat Installing a Child Seat with a Lap/ Shoulder Belt When not using the LATCH system, all child seats must be secured to the vehicle with the lap part of a lap/ shoulder belt.

  • Page 50

    Main Menu Table of Contents Installing a Child Seat After confirming that the belt is Push and pull the child seat locked, grab the shoulder part of forward and from side-to-side to the belt near the buckle, and pull verify that it is firmly secured. If up to remove any slack from the the child seat is not secure, lap part of the belt.

  • Page 51: With A Tether

    Main Menu Table of Contents Installing a Child Seat Installing a Child Seat with a Second Row Installation Tether A child seat with a tether can be installed in any seating position in the second or the center seating position of the third row. Since a tether can provide additional security, we recommend using a tether whenever one is required or...

  • Page 52: Protecting Larger Children

    Main Menu Table of Contents Installing a Child Seat, Protecting Larger Children Protecting Larger Children Third Row Installation 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.

  • Page 53: Checking Seat Belt Fit

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Larger Children Checking Seat Belt Fit Does the shoulder belt cross between the child’s neck and arm? Allowing a child age 12 or under Is the lap part of the belt as low as to sit in front can result in injury or death if the passenger’s front possible, touching the child’s...

  • Page 54: Using A Booster Seat

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Larger Children Using a Booster Seat Booster seats can be high-back or When Can a Larger Child Sit in low-back. Whichever style you select, Front make sure the booster meets federal The National Highway Traffic Safety safety standards (see page ) and Administration and Transport...

  • Page 55

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Larger Children Of course, children vary widely. And If you decide that a child can safely Physical Size while age may be one indicator of Physically, a child must be large ride up front, be sure to: when a child can safely ride in the enough for the lap/shoulder belt to front, there are other important...

  • Page 56

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Larger Children Additional Safety Precautions Do not put any accessories on a seat Devices intended to improve a Do not let a child wear a seat belt belt. This could result in child’s comfort or reposition the across the neck.

  • Page 57: Carbon Monoxide Hazard

    Main Menu Table of Contents Carbon Monoxide Hazard Your vehicle’s exhaust contains With the tailgate open, air flow can carbon monoxide gas. You should pull exhaust gas into your vehicle’s have no problem with carbon interior and create a hazardous Carbon monoxide gas is toxic.

  • Page 58: Safety Labels

    Main Menu Table of Contents Safety Labels These labels are in the locations DASHBOARD shown. They warn you of potential U.S. models only hazards that could cause serious injury. Read these labels carefully. If a label comes off or becomes hard to read (except for the U.S.

  • Page 59

    Main Menu Table of Contents Safety Labels SUN VISOR U.S. models Canadian models DOORJAMB U.S. models Canadian models...

  • Page 60: Instruments And Controls

    Main Menu Instruments and Controls This section gives information about Instrument Panel ......Seat Heaters ........the controls and displays that Instrument Panel Indicators ..Driver’s Seat Position Memory contribute to the daily operation of Gauges ..........System ........your vehicle. All the essential Multi-Information Display .....

  • Page 61: Control Locations

    Main Menu Table of Contents Control Locations INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS (P.61, 62) SHIFT LEVER HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEM/ GAUGES (P.71) (P.294) CLIMATE CONTROL SYSTEM (P.188) SEAT HEATER SWITCHES (P.160) MIRROR CONTROLS (P.168) POWER DOOR LOCK SWITCHES GLOVE BOXES (P.137) (P.180) POWER WINDOW SWITCHES (P.163)

  • Page 62: Instrument Panel

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel IMMOBILIZER POWER SLIDING (LX and EX models) VSA ACTIVATION VEHICLE STABILITY ASSIST SYSTEM DOOR INDICATOR INDICATOR SYSTEM INDICATOR INDICATOR (P.67) (P.65) (P.65) CRUISE CONTROL (P.67) MAIN INDICATOR (P.69) CRUISE CONTROL LIGHTS-ON INDICATOR INDICATOR (P.66) (P.69) ANTI-LOCK BRAKE...

  • Page 63

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel IMMOBILIZER CRUISE CONTROL VEHICLE STABILITY LIGHTS-ON (Touring models) SYSTEM MAIN INDICATOR ASSIST SYSTEM INDICATOR ACTIVATION INDICATOR (P.69) INDICATOR (P.65) (P.66) INDICATOR (P.67) (P.65) LOW TIRE PRESSURE INDICATOR CHARGING SYSTEM (P.66) INDICATOR CRUISE CONTROL (P.63) INDICATOR (P.69)

  • Page 64: Instrument Panel Indicators

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators The instrument panel has many Charging System If it stays on after you fully release indicators to give you important the parking brake while the engine Indicator information about your vehicle. If this indicator comes on when the is running, or if it comes on while engine is running, the battery is not driving, there could be a problem...

  • Page 65

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators Seat Belt Reminder Supplemental Restraint U.S. Canada Indicator System Indicator Side Airbag Off This indicator comes on when you This indicator comes on briefly when Indicator turn the ignition switch to ON (II). It you turn the ignition switch to ON This indicator comes on when you reminds you and your passengers to...

  • Page 66

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators Anti-lock Brake System Vehicle Stability Assist VSA Activation Indicator (ABS) Indicator (VSA) System Indicator This indicator normally comes on for This indicator normally comes on for This indicator has three functions: a few seconds when you turn the a few seconds when you turn the ignition switch to ON (II), and when ignition switch to ON (II).

  • Page 67

    Repair or replacement of PAX tires This indicator reminds you that the a few seconds when you turn the must be done by a Honda dealer or exterior lights are on. It comes on ignition switch to ON (II). an authorized Michelin PAX system...

  • Page 68

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators Immobilizer System Door and Tailgate Open Monitor U.S. Canada Indicator Power Sliding This indicator comes on for a few Door Indicator seconds when you turn the ignition On EX model only switch to ON (II). It will go off if you This indicator comes on for a few have inserted a properly-coded seconds when you turn the ignition...

  • Page 69

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators Turn Signal and Low Fuel Indicator Hazard Warning LOW FUEL Indicators INDICATOR The left or right turn signal indicator blinks when you signal a lane change or turn. If the indicators do not blink or blink rapidly, it usually means one of the turn signal bulbs is burned out (see page...

  • Page 70

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators High Beam Indicator ‘‘Daytime Running Cruise Main Indicator Lights’’ Indicator This indicator comes on with the Canadian models only This indicator comes on when you high beam headlights. For more This indicator comes on when you turn on the cruise control system by information, see page turn the ignition switch to ON (II)

  • Page 71

    Main Menu Table of Contents Instrument Panel Indicators Fuel Economy Maintenance MINDER System Message Indicator Indicator Indicator On Touring model On EX with leather and Touring models On LX and EX models While the engine is operating in its This indicator reminds you that the This indicator comes on when there most economical range, this maintenance main items and sub...

  • Page 72

    Main Menu Table of Contents Gauges Temperature Gauge LX and EX models This shows the temperature of the TACHOMETER SPEEDOMETER engine’s coolant. During normal operation, the pointer should rise to about the middle of the gauge. In severe driving conditions, the pointer FUEL GAUGE may rise to the upper zone.

  • Page 73

    Main Menu Table of Contents Gauges Odometer Trip Meter Outside Temperature Indicator The odometer shows the total This meter shows the number of If equipped distance your vehicle has been miles (U.S.) or kilometers (Canada) This indicator displays the outside driven.

  • Page 74

    Main Menu Table of Contents Gauges In certain weather conditions, Check Fuel Cap Indicator If the system still detects a loose or temperature readings near freezing (Odometer/trip meter message) missing fuel cap, the Malfunction (32°F, 0°C) could mean that ice is On LX and EX models Indicator Lamp (MIL) comes on.

  • Page 75: Multi-information Display

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Normal Display Messages On Touring model 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.

  • Page 76

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display If you press the INFO button when ‘‘AVERAGE SPEED’’ is displayed, INFO BUTTON the display changes to ‘‘TIRE UPPER SEGMENT PRESSURE’’ using both segments. This display is a part of tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). See page for more information.

  • Page 77

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Messages in the trip computer include: INST. MPG: Your vehicle’s current fuel mileage. RANGE: The estimated distance you can travel on the fuel remaining in the tank. This distance is estimated from the fuel economy you received over the last several miles, so it will vary with changes in speed, traffic, etc.

  • Page 78

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display The initial display in the lower Trip Meter ‘‘AVERAGE FUEL A’’ or segment is shown above. Each time While a trip meter is displayed, you ‘‘AVERAGE FUEL B’’ will be you press the SEL/RESET button on can change the display between displayed when average fuel the steering wheel, the display...

  • Page 79

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Have your dealer do the indicated Engine Oil Life Maintenance Messages maintenance as soon as you see this message, and have them reset the display after completing the service. If you do not perform the indicated maintenance or do not reset the display, the message changes to ‘‘SERVICE PAST DUE’’...

  • Page 80

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display System Messages Fasten Seat Belt If there is a problem with your vehicle, for example, the engine oil level is low or a door is not fully closed, the multi-information display will show you the problem. It does this by interrupting the current message with one or more messages.

  • Page 81

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Door and Tailgate Open Release Parking Brake Remove Key U.S. Canada If the tailgate or any door(s) is not If you start driving without releasing If you leave the key in the ignition closed tightly, the display reminds the parking brake, the multi- switch in the LOCK (0) or...

  • Page 82

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Brake Fluid Low Check Fuel Cap The CHECK FUEL CAP message should go off after tightening the fuel cap, turning the ignition switch off and on, then driving over 30 mph (48 km/h) for at least 45 seconds. Due to different driving conditions, it may take a few driving trips to make the message go off.

  • Page 83

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Fuel Low Washer Fluid Low Passenger Side Airbag Off U.S. Canada If the level of the fuel in the tank If the fluid level in the windshield If the passenger’s side airbag has gets low, you will see ‘‘FUEL LOW’’...

  • Page 84

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Check Tire Pressure Warning: Approaching Object The following messages indicate various problems in your vehicle’s On U.S. Touring model only systems. This message, and the indicator to If one or more of your vehicle tires the left of the message, is a part of are low on pressure, you will see a the parking sensor system.

  • Page 85

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Check TPMS System Check VSA System Check Engine Oil Level On U.S. Touring model only If there is a problem with the vehicle If the engine oil is very low or has If there is a problem in the tire stability assist (VSA) system, you lost pressure, you will see ‘‘CHECK pressure monitoring system (TPMS),...

  • Page 86

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Check Charging System Check Emission System Check Brake System U.S. Canada If you see ‘‘CHECK CHARGING If you see ‘‘CHECK EMISSION If there is a problem with the brake SYSTEM’’ in the multi-information SYSTEM’’...

  • Page 87

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Check Transmission Check ABS System Check Airbag System If there is a problem with the If there is a problem in the anti-lock If there is a problem with your front automatic transmission, you will see brake system (ABS), you will see airbags, side airbags, passenger’s ‘‘CHECK TRANSMISSION’’...

  • Page 88

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Check Parking Sensor System Check Left/Right Sliding Door Check Power Tailgate U.S. U.S. Canada Canada If there is a problem with the If there is a problem in the power If there is a problem with the power parking sensor system, the multi- sliding door, the multi-information tailgate, the display shows ‘‘CHECK...

  • Page 89

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Check DRL System PAX Warning Messages For more information, see page Canadian model only U.S. Touring model only If there is a problem with the Your vehicle is equipped with the Daytime Running Light (DRL) Michelin PAX system.

  • Page 90

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Customized Settings You can customize some vehicle control settings for ‘‘DRIVER 1’’ and ‘‘DRIVER 2’’ separately. If ‘‘DRIVER 1’’ or ‘‘DRIVER 2’’ is not displayed, customizing is not possible. To enter the customizing mode, the vehicle must be stopped and the transmission must be in Park.

  • Page 91

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display DEFAULT ALL If you want to set the customizable If you want cancel ‘‘DEFAULT ALL,’’ To set the default settings again, vehicle control settings to the default press the INFO button, and you will press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 92

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display When DEFAULT ALL is completed If DEFAULT ALL is not completed To exit ‘‘DEFAULT ALL,’’ press the successfully, you will see the above successfully, you will see the above INFO button until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’ display for several seconds, and the display for several seconds, then the then press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 93

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Change Setting You can customize some of the vehicle control settings to your preference. Here are the settings you can customize. Press SEL/RESET button METER SET UP POSITION SET UP LIGHTING SET UP DOOR/WINDOW SET UP WIPER SET UP While the multi-information display...

  • Page 94

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Meter Setup There are four custom settings items in the Meter Setup: LANGUAGE SELECTION ADJUST OUTSIDE TEMP. DISPLAY TRIP A & AVG. FUEL A RESET with REFUEL COMPASS ZONE SELECTION While ‘‘METER SETUP’’ is displayed, press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel.

  • Page 95

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Language Selection While the multi-information display There are three selectable languages, Select the language you want by is showing ‘‘METER SETUP,’’ press English, French, and Spanish. Each pressing the INFO button, and press the SEL/RESET button on the time you press the INFO button, the the SEL/RESET button to enter...

  • Page 96

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display When language selection is If you fail to select a language To exit ‘‘LANGUAGE SELECTION,’’ successfully completed, the display properly, you will see the above press the INFO button repeatedly changes to the screen shown above display for several seconds, then the until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 97

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Outside Temperature Display Adjustment If you sometimes find that the temperature reading is always several degrees below or above the actual temperature, adjust it as described on the following pages. While the multi-information display Press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 98

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display When your selection is successfully If you fail to enter the desired To exit ‘‘ADJUST OUTSIDE TEMP. entered, you will see the above adjustment properly, you will see the DISPLAY,’’ press the INFO button display for several seconds, and then above display for several seconds, until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 99

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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 Press the SEL/RESET button.

  • Page 100

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display When your selection is successfully If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘TRIP A & AVG. FUEL entered, you will see the above you will see the above display for WITH REFUEL,’’ press the INFO display for several seconds, and then several seconds, then the display button until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 101

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Compass Zone Selection On 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.

  • Page 102

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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.

  • Page 103

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display When your zone number is If you fail to enter your zone number, To exit ‘‘COMPASS ZONE successfully entered, you will see the you will see the above display for SELECTION,’’ press the INFO above display for several seconds, several seconds, then the display button until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 104

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Position Setup Memory Position Setup When ‘‘MEMORY POSITION LINK’’ is set to ‘‘ON,’’ the driver’s seat moves to the position stored in memory when you open the driver’s door after unlocking it with the remote transmitter.

  • Page 105

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Select ‘‘ON’’ or ‘‘OFF ’’ by pressing If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘MEMORY POSITION the INFO button, and enter your you will see the above display for LINK,’’ press the INFO button until selection by pressing the SEL/ several seconds, and the display goes you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 106

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Lighting Setup Interior Light Dimming Time There are two custom settings in the Lighting Setup: INTERIOR LIGHT DIMMING TIME HEADLIGHT AUTO OFF TIMER While the ‘‘LIGHTING SETUP’’ is displayed, press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel. The display changes between ‘‘INTERIOR LIGHT DIMMING TIME’’...

  • Page 107

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Press the INFO button repeatedly If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘INTERIOR LIGHT until the desired time appears, then you will see the above display for DIMMING TIME,’’ press the INFO press the SEL/RESET button to several seconds, and the display goes button until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 108

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Headlight Auto Off Timer While the multi-information display Press the SEL/RESET button. The Press the INFO button repeatedly shows ‘‘LIGHTING SETUP,’’ press display changes as shown above. until the desired time appears, then the SEL/RESET button on the press the SEL/RESET button to steering wheel.

  • Page 109

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display 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. If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘HEADLIGHT AUTO OFF you will see the above display for TIMER,’’...

  • Page 110

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Door and Window Setup There are four custom settings in the Door and Window Setup: AUTO DOOR LOCK AUTO DOOR UNLOCK KEYLESS LOCK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT SECURITY RELOCK TIMER While the multi-information display shows ‘‘DOOR, WINDOW SETUP,’’ press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel.

  • Page 111

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Auto Door Lock To customize the auto door locking Press the SEL/RESET button again, There are three possible settings: feature, do this: then press the INFO button. Each time you press the INFO button, the OFF: The auto door lock is While the multi-information display display changes from ‘‘OFF,’’...

  • Page 112

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Press the INFO button repeatedly If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘AUTO DOOR LOCK,’’ until the desired condition appears, you will see the above display for press the INFO button until you see then press the SEL/RESET button several seconds, and the display goes ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 113

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Auto Door Unlock To customize the auto door unlocking feature, do this: While the multi-information display shows ‘‘DOOR·WINDOW SETUP,’’ press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel. Then press the INFO button once. The display changes to ‘‘AUTO DOOR UNLOCK’’...

  • Page 114

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Press the SEL/RESET button again to enter ‘‘Auto Door Unlock,’’ then press the INFO button. Each time you press the INFO button, the display changes from ‘‘OFF,’’ to ‘‘DRIVER DOOR with SHIFT to P,’’ to ‘‘ALL DOORS with SHIFT to P,’’...

  • Page 115

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Keyless Lock Acknowledgment When you push the LOCK button on the remote transmitter, some exterior lights flash, and a beeper sounds when you push the LOCK button again within 5 seconds to verify that the doors and the tailgate are locked and the security system has set (see page ).

  • Page 116

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display When your selection is entered, you If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘KEYLESS LOCK will see the above display for several you will see the above display for ACKNOWLEDGMENT,’’ press the seconds, and then the display several seconds, and the display goes INFO button until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 117

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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.

  • Page 118

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Select the desired relock time by If you fail to enter your selection, To exit ‘‘SECURITY RELOCK pressing the INFO button, and enter you will see the above display for TIMER,’’ press the INFO button your selection by pressing the SEL/ several seconds, and the display goes until you see ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 119

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display Wiper Setup Front Wiper Action When ‘‘WIPER SETUP’’ is shown on the multi-information display, the action of the windshield wipers can be changed. To do this, refer to the following procedure. With ‘‘WIPER SETUP’’ shown on the Each time you press the INFO multi-information display, press the button, the display changes from...

  • Page 120

    Main Menu Table of Contents Multi-Information Display If you set the front wiper action to seconds, and then the display goes To exit ‘‘FRONT WIPER ACTION,’’ ‘‘WITH VEH SPD,’’ the front wipers back to ‘‘CUSTOMIZE MENU.’’ press the INFO button until you see run intermittently and the wiper ‘‘EXIT,’’...

  • Page 121: Controls Near The Steering Wheel

    Main Menu Table of Contents Controls Near the Steering Wheel DRIVER’S PEDAL HEADLIGHTS/ CRUISE HAZARD WARNING CLOCK ADJUSTMENT SWITCH TURN SIGNALS CONTROL BUTTON (P.227) (P.122) (P.264) (P.126) (P.169) POWER SLIDING DOOR SWITCHES (P.142) PASSENGER MOONROOF AIRBAG OFF (P.166) INDICATOR (P.33) POWER TAILGATE SWITCH (P.139)

  • Page 122: Windshield Wipers And Washers

    Main Menu Table of Contents Windshield Wipers and Washers MIST: The wipers run at high speed Windshield Washer : Pull the wiper until you release the lever. control lever toward you and hold it. The washers spray OFF: The wipers are not activated. until you release the lever.

  • Page 123

    Main Menu Table of Contents Windshield Wipers and Washers, Turn Signal, Headlights Push down on the Rear Window Wiper and Washer Turn Signal and Headlights Turn Signal left 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.

  • Page 124

    Main Menu Table of Contents Headlights When the light switch is in the You can use the fog lights only when The lights turn off automatically ‘‘ ’’ or ‘‘ ’’ position, the the headlights are on low beam. when you turn the ignition switch to lights on indicator comes on as a LOCK (0).

  • Page 125

    Main Menu Table of Contents Headlights Automatic Lighting Off Feature The lights turn on again when you unlock or open the driver’s door. On EX and Touring models only This turns off the headlights, If you unlock the door, but do not parking lights, taillights, side marker open it within 15 seconds, the lights lights, license plate lights, and...

  • Page 126

    Main Menu Table of Contents Headlights, Instrument Panel Brightness Daytime Running Lights Instrument Panel Brightness (Canadian Models) With the headlight switch off, the BRIGHTNESS LEVEL high beam headlights and the high beam indicator come on with reduced brightness when you turn the ignition switch to ON (II) and release the parking brake.

  • Page 127

    Main Menu Table of Contents Hazard Warning Button, Rear Window Defogger Hazard Warning Button Rear Window Defogger EX and Touring models LX model Push the red button between the The rear window defogger will clear Make sure the rear window is clear center air vents to turn on the hazard fog, frost, and thin ice from the and you have good visibility before...

  • Page 128: Steering Wheel Adjustment

    Main Menu Table of Contents Steering Wheel Adjustment Make any steering wheel adjustment Push the lever up to lock the before you start driving. steering wheel in position. Make sure you have securely locked the steering wheel in place by trying to move it up and down. Adjusting the steering wheel position while driving may cause you to lose control of the...

  • Page 129: Keys And Locks

    You can keep the glove box have to get a lost key replaced. Use locked when you leave your vehicle only Honda-approved key blanks. On EX and Touring models and the valet key at a parking facility. The keys do not contain batteries.

  • Page 130: Immobilizer System

    Main Menu Table of Contents Immobilizer System The immobilizer system protects The system may not recognize your As required by the FCC: your vehicle from theft. If an key’s coding if another immobilizer This device complies with Part 15 of the improperly-coded key (or other key or other metal object (i.e.

  • Page 131: Ignition Switch

    Main Menu Table of Contents Ignition Switch You can insert or Use this position LOCK (0) START (III) remove the key only in this position. only to start the engine. The switch To turn the key, the shift lever must returns to ON (II) when you let go of be in Park, and you must push the the key.

  • Page 132: Remote Transmitter

    Main Menu Table of Contents Remote Transmitter On LX model UNLOCK Press this button once PANIC Press and hold this to unlock the driver’s door. Press it button for about 1 second to attract twice to unlock the other doors and attention;...

  • Page 133

    Main Menu Table of Contents Remote Transmitter Remove the old battery from the Replacing the Transmitter Battery back of the inner cover, and note the polarity. Make sure the polarity of the new battery is the same ( side facing down), then insert it into the back of the cover.

  • Page 134

    Main Menu Table of Contents Remote Transmitter On EX and Touring models UNLOCK Press this button once time. The LED will blink once. to unlock the driver’s door. Press it twice to unlock the other doors and When you press the UNLOCK LOCK the tailgate.

  • Page 135

    Main Menu Table of Contents Remote Transmitter Opening or Closing the Power Opening or Closing the Power Sliding Doors Tailgate DRIVER’S SIDE SLIDING DOOR BUTTON TAILGATE BUTTON PASSENGER’S SIDE SLIDING DOOR POWER SLIDING DOOR BUTTON MAIN SWITCH You can open or close each sliding If the power sliding door MAIN On Touring model only door with the remote transmitter...

  • Page 136

    Main Menu Table of Contents Remote Transmitter Recalling a Memorized Seat The driver’s seat position memory Remote Transmitter Care activation (Driver 1, Driver 2) is Avoid dropping or throwing the Position shown on the back of each transmitter. transmitter. Make sure you store With Driver 2 With Driver 1 your seat position in the memory...

  • Page 137

    Main Menu Table of Contents Remote Transmitter Replacing the Transmitter As required by the FCC: Battery 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...

  • Page 138: Door Locks

    Main Menu Table of Contents Door Locks Power Door Locks Lockout Prevention With the driver’s door open and the key in the ignition, both master door Lock lock switches are disabled. They are not disabled if the driver’s door is closed.

  • Page 139

    Main Menu Table of Contents Door Locks Childproof Door Locks Tailgate On EX and Touring models With the childproof door locks on, automatic operation with the inside door handle is disabled. The childproof door locks are LX and EX models designed to prevent children seated To open the tailgate, pull the handle, in the rear from accidentally opening...

  • Page 140

    Main Menu Table of Contents Door Locks Power Tailgate Press and hold the tailgate button on the remote transmitter or the DASHBOARD SWITCH dashboard switch for about 1 second to open or close the tailgate. Each time you press the button on the remote transmitter or the dashboard switch, you will hear a beep.

  • Page 141

    Main Menu Table of Contents Door Locks Also check that passengers, When the tailgate or the roof is Auto-Reverse The power tailgate has an auto- especially children, do not have their covered with snow or ice. reverse feature. If it meets hands on the edge of the tailgate or resistance while opening or closing, on the tailgate still.

  • Page 142

    Main Menu Table of Contents Door Locks If you try to drive off with the Unlocking the Tailgate 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 143

    Main Menu Table of Contents Door Locks, Sliding Doors Opening and Closing Manual Power Sliding Doors Sliding Doors On EX and Touring models LX model The doors are electrically powered To open, pull the inside or outside and can be operated with the remote door handle, and slide the door back.

  • Page 144: Sliding Doors

    Main Menu Table of Contents Sliding Doors When the shift lever is in Park: Door Handles Dashboard Switches If you shift out of Park while a door To open the door with the inside POWER SLIDING DOOR MAIN SWITCH is closing, you will hear a beep until door handle, pull the handle the door closes.

  • Page 145

    Main Menu Table of Contents Sliding Doors To open a power sliding door, push Remote Transmitter Auto-Reverse and release the bottom of the Each power sliding door has an auto- appropriate switch. If you forget to reverse feature. If a door meets unlock the door, you will hear three resistance while closing, it will beep DRIVER’S...

  • Page 146

    Main Menu Table of Contents Sliding Doors If there is an obstacle in the door sill, Do not put any item in the door Manually Opening/Closing the the power sliding door may not open Power Sliding Door pocket sticks out from the pocket. It You can manually open or close the or close properly.

  • Page 147

    Main Menu Table of Contents Sliding Doors Refueling Parking on a Hill If you leave the vehicle on a steep When you release the fuel fill door, When parking facing downhill, make downhill with a power sliding door the driver’s side sliding door sure the doors are latched in the half open and the engine off, the automatically locks so it cannot open...

  • Page 148

    Main Menu Table of Contents Sliding Doors Pinch Sensor Power Sliding Door Problems On Touring model If there is a problem in the power PINCH SENSOR POWER SLIDING DOOR INDICATOR sliding door system, you will see a ‘‘CHECK LEFT SLIDING DOOR’’ message or ‘‘CHECK RIGHT SLIDING DOOR’’...

  • Page 149

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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.

  • Page 150

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats The EX and Touring models have a Manual Seat Adjustments To adjust the bucket seats in the power adjustable driver’s seat. The second row, pull up the bar on the LX model has manual driver’s seat front of the seat bottom.

  • Page 151

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Driver’s Seat Manual Height Adjustment ADJUSTMENT STRAP To change the seat-back angle of the The left and right halves of the third front seat, pull up on the lever on the seat-back can be adjusted separately. On LX model outside of the seat bottom.

  • Page 152

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Power Seat Adjustments Raises or lowers the seat. On EX and Touring models See pages for important safety information and warnings about how to properly position the seats and seat- Adjusts the seat- backs. back angle forward The controls for the adjustable or backward.

  • Page 153

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Driver’s Lumbar Support Armrests Head Restraints See page for important safety information and a warning about how to properly position the head restraints. Your vehicle is equipped with head restraints in all seating positions to help protect you and your passengers from whiplash and other injuries.

  • Page 154

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Third Seat Access RELEASE BUTTON All head restraints adjust for height. You need both hands to adjust the To get into or out of the third row When the seat on the passenger’s restraint. Do not attempt to adjust it seat, walk between the second row side is moved to the center, walk while driving.

  • Page 155

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Moving the Second Row Bucket Seat LOCK BUTTONS RELEASE LEVER PIECE MAT To get into or out of the third row seat, pull up the release lever on the The second row bucket seat on the Unlock the seat from the floor by shoulder of each second row bucket passenger’s side can be moved to the...

  • Page 156

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Make sure the seat is securely Removing the Bucket Seats in the locked in place before driving. A seat Second Row that is not locked in place could fly TABS PIECE MAT around and cause injury in a sudden stop or crash.

  • Page 157

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats To reinstall the seat, hook the front Installing the Stowable Second of the seat to the floor, then push the Row Plus-One Seat back into the locks. Make sure both the front and the back of the seat are securely latched before driving.

  • Page 158

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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 159

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats Always remove an unsecured seat Folding the One-Motion Third from the vehicle before driving. A Row ‘‘Magic Seat’’ seat that is not locked in place could To create more cargo space, you can be thrown about and cause injury in fold the one-motion third row ‘‘Magic LEG FOLDING LEVER a sudden stop or crash.

  • Page 160

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seats HANDLE Pull the handle on each seat-back To return the seat to the upright Pull the seat-back upright with the to unlock the front seat legs. position: strap. Make sure the seat is securely locked. Pivot the seat into the cargo area Pull the seat out of the recess by floor recess.

  • Page 161: Seat Heaters

    Main Menu Table of Contents Seat Heaters the bottom of the switch. This will Follow these precautions when using keep the seat warm. the seat heaters: In HI, the heater turns off when the Use the HI setting only to heat the seat gets warm, and turns back on seats quickly, because it draws large amounts of current from the...

  • Page 162

    Main Menu Table of Contents Driver’s Seat Position Memory System On Touring model only Storing a Driver’s Seat Position in MEMO BUTTON Your vehicle has a memory feature Memory for the driver’s seat position. Store a driver’s seat position only when the vehicle is parked.

  • Page 163

    Main Menu Table of Contents Driver’s Seat Position Memory System Doing any of the following after The system will move the driver’s Selecting a Memorized Position pressing the MEMO button will seat to the memorized position. The cancel the storing procedure. indicator in the selected memory button will flash during movement.

  • Page 164: Power Windows

    Main Menu Table of Contents Power Windows The windows will operate for up to If the MAIN switch is OFF, the MAIN SWITCH DRIVER’S WINDOW 10 minutes after you turn off the passenger windows cannot be raised SWITCH ignition switch. Opening either front or lowered.

  • Page 165

    Main Menu Table of Contents Power Windows If your vehicle’s battery is Opening the Windows with the Press the UNLOCK button a disconnected or goes dead, or the Remote Transmitter second time, and hold it. The driver’s window fuse is removed, the passenger’s doors unlock, and all AUTO REVERSE function will be four windows start to open.

  • Page 166

    Main Menu Table of Contents Power Windows Opening/Closing the Windows Turn the key clockwise again, and If the windows stop before the hold it. All four windows start to desired position, repeat steps 2 and 3. with the Key open. To stop the windows, release the key.

  • Page 167

    Main Menu Table of Contents Moonroof To tilt up the back of the moonroof, press and hold the center button ). To close the moonroof, If you try to open the moonroof in press and hold the top of the switch below-f reezing temperatures, or when ).

  • Page 168

    Main Menu Table of Contents Mirrors Adjusting the Power Mirrors SELECTOR SWITCH Keep the inside and outside mirrors On Touring model clean and adjusted for best visibility. The inside mirror can automatically Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). Be sure to adjust the mirrors before darken to reduce glare.

  • Page 169

    Main Menu Table of Contents Mirrors Parking Brake ADJUSTMENT SWITCH HEATED MIRROR BUTTON PARKING BRAKE PEDAL Push the appropriate edge of the To apply the parking brake, push the On EX and Touring models adjustment switch to move the The outside mirrors are heated to parking brake pedal down with your mirror right, left, up, or down.

  • Page 170

    Main Menu Table of Contents Parking Brake, Adjustable Driver’s Foot Pedals Adjustable Driver’s Foot Pedals To adjust the pedals: PEDAL POSITION Push and hold the top of the Driving the vehicle with the parking ADJUSTMENT SWITCH adjustment switch until pedals are brake applied can damage the rear closest to you.

  • Page 171: Interior Convenience Items

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items REAR COAT HOOK BEVERAGE RETRACTABLE SUN VISOR SUNGLASSES BEVERAGE COMPARTMENT HOLDER CENTER TRAY HOLDER WITH HOLDER CONVERSATION MIRROR VANITY MIRROR ACCESSORY POWER SOCKET UPPER GLOVE LOWER GLOVE BOX CENTER POCKET IN-FLOOR STORAGE ACCESSORY POWER SOCKET...

  • Page 172

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Retractable Center Tray Beverage Holders Be careful when you are using the beverage holders. A spilled liquid that is very hot can scald you or your passengers. Spilled liquids can damage the upholstery, carpeting, and electrical components in the interior.

  • Page 173

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items To protect the beverage holder, the bottom tray is designed to break away if you try to place a heavy object on it. If this happens, hold the edge of the bottom tray and pull it up until you feel a detent.

  • Page 174

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Integrated Sunshades The sunshades are intended for use only when the windows are fully closed. If a window is opened, the HOOK shade can be blown off its hooks. As the shade automatically retracts, it could hit and hurt anyone sitting too close to the window.

  • Page 175: Conversation Mirror

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Sunglasses Holder Conversation Mirror Push SUNGLASSES HOLDER On EX and Touring models To open the sunglasses holder, push To open the sunglasses holder, push on the front edge. It will unlatch and on the front edge.

  • Page 176

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Sun Visor Vanity Mirror Rear Compartment SUN VISOR REAR COMPARTMENT LEVER To use the sun visor, pull it down. Pull up the vanity mirror cover to use To open the compartment, pull the When using the sun visor for the it.

  • Page 177

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Removable Second Row Console To reinstall the console, hook the front of it to the floor, then push down the back until it locks. Make sure the console is securely locked in place.

  • Page 178

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items In-Floor Storage Area HOOK HANDLE HANDLE There is a large storage area under To keep the lid open, attach the hook To place or remove small items from the floor between the front seats and to the grab rail on the back of the the storage area, pull off the carpet the second row bucket seats.

  • Page 179

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items You can store items in the floor To prevent items from being thrown storage area up to 22 lbs (10 kg). Do about the vehicle and possibly not exceed this weight limit, or you hurting someone in an accident or may damage the floor storage area.

  • Page 180

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items The Lazy Susan can be damaged if it is kept in a humid place. Always store the Lazy Susan in a dry place LAZY SUSAN STOWABLE SECOND ROW when it is removed. PLUS-ONE SEAT HANDLE On EX and Touring models, the floor...

  • Page 181

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Lower Glove Box Upper Glove Box An open glove box can cause serious injury to your passenger in a crash, even if the passenger is wearing the seat belt. Always keep the glove boxes closed while driving.

  • Page 182

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items Center Pocket Vehicles without RES Vehicles with RES Open the center pocket by pulling On vehicles without navigation the handle. Close it with a firm push. system, there is another pocket under the heating and cooling system control panel.

  • Page 183

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items These sockets are intended to supply Accessory Power Sockets AC Power Outlet power for 12 volt DC accessories that are rated 120 watts or less (10 amps). None of the sockets will power an automotive type cigarette lighter element.

  • Page 184

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Convenience Items, Interior Lights The maximum capacity for this Light Control Switch The individual map lights in the power outlet is 115 volt AC at 100 second and third rows cannot be LIGHT CONTROL DOOR watts or less.

  • Page 185: Interior Lights

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Lights Individual Map Lights When the light control switch is in the On EX and Touring models The lights go out about 30 seconds position: All the individual map lights come after all the doors and the tailgate FRONT on and stay on as long as the are closed.

  • Page 186

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Lights Cargo Area Light Ignition Switch Light REAR The cargo area light has a three- The ignition switch light comes on position switch. In the OFF position, when you open the driver’s door, and the light does not come on.

  • Page 187

    Main Menu Table of Contents Interior Lights Courtesy Lights The courtesy lights in the front The courtesy light between the map doors come on when you open any lights comes on when you turn the door. parking lights on. To adjust its brightness, turn the Select/Reset knob on the instrument panel.

  • Page 188: Table Of Contents

    Main Menu Features The heating and air conditioning Vents, Heating, and A/C ..... systems in your vehicle provide a Using Automatic Climate comfortable driving environment in Control ........all weather conditions. Using the Rear A/C Unit ..Rear Climate Control ....

  • Page 189

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C LX model REAR WINDOW RECIRCULATION AIR CONDITIONING DEFOGGER BUTTON BUTTON BUTTON FAN CONTROL TEMPERATURE MODE REAR BUTTON CONTROL DIAL CONTROL CONTROLLER DIAL DIAL EX/Touring models WINDSHIELD REAR WINDOW REAR REAR LOCK DEFROSTER BUTTON DEFOGGER BUTTON...

  • Page 190

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Fan Control bottom ( ) of the button to system out of SYNC mode. decrease it. Each set temperature is LX model Turn the dial clockwise to increase shown in the display. When you turn Air Conditioning (A/C) Button the fan speed and airflow.

  • Page 191

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Rear Window Defogger Button When you select , the system change any settings from it. This button turns the rear window automatically switches to fresh air See page for how to operate the defogger on and off (see page mode and turns on the A/C.

  • Page 192

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Ventilation Using the A/C If the interior is very warm, you can The flow-through ventilation system Air conditioning places an extra load cool it down more rapidly by partially draws in outside air, circulates it on the engine.

  • Page 193

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Dehumidify the Interior To Defog and Defrost To Remove Exterior Frost or Ice Air conditioning, as it cools, removes To remove fog from the inside of the From the Windows moisture from the air. When used in windows: Select .

  • Page 194

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Using Automatic Climate Control If you set the temperature to its To Turn Everything Off lower or its upper limit, the system EX, and Touring models LX model The automatic climate control runs at full cooling or heating only.

  • Page 195

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Using the Rear A/C Unit Rear Controller Dial The rear A/C passenger control panel is enabled. A second LX and EX models You can adjust the airflow of the rear row passenger can then adjust the A/C unit with the rear controller dial fan speed, airflow, and temperature.

  • Page 196

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C REAR A/C Controls Touring model REAR LOCK Button When the indicator in this button is on, the rear EX model control panel is disabled, and the rear system is controlled by the front control panel.

  • Page 197

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vents, Heating, and A/C Rear Control Panel Turn the fan speed control dial clockwise to increase fan speed and airflow. LX model EX model Select the vents the air flows from with the mode control dial. When is selected, air flows from the rear ceiling vents.

  • Page 198: Rear Climate Control

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Climate Control Press the top ( ) of the fan control temperature of the rear passenger button to increase the fan speed and compartment. Touring model airflow. Press the bottom ( ) of the button to decrease it.

  • Page 199

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Climate Control, Climate Control Sensors Rear Ceiling Vents Sunlight and Temperature Sensors TEMPERATURE SENSOR LEVER SUNLIGHT SENSOR The direction and quantity of airflow from each rear ceiling vent is The climate control system has three adjustable.

  • Page 200: Playing The Am/fm Radio

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the AM/FM Radio LX model EX model without RES AM/FM BUTTON FM BUTTON AM BUTTON TUNE/SOUND TUNE KNOB SOUND PWR/VOL KNOB KNOB KNOB PWR/VOL KNOB PRESET BUTTONS PRESET BUTTONS SCAN SCAN BUTTON BUTTON SEEK BAR SEEK BAR AUTO SELECT AUTO SELECT...

  • Page 201

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the AM/FM Radio Touring model with RES and EX and Touring models with Navigation System RES without Navigation System AM/FM BUTTON SCAN BUTTON TUNE/SOUND PWR/VOL SEEK BAR AUTO SELECT AM/FM BUTTON KNOB KNOB BUTTON PRESET BUTTONS PRESET BUTTONS TUNE/SOUND...

  • Page 202

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the AM/FM Radio To Play the AM/FM Radio TUNE Use the TUNE knob to If you do nothing, the system will The ignition switch must be in the tune the radio to a desired frequency. then scan for the next strong station ACCESSORY (I) or ON (II) position.

  • Page 203

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the AM/FM Radio The preset frequencies will be lost if If you do not like the stations auto mode. your vehicle’s battery goes dead, is select has stored, you can store disconnected, or the radio fuse is other frequencies on the preset Treble/Bass Use the TRE/BAS...

  • Page 204

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the AM/FM Radio Operating the Radio on the (FM1, FM2, or AM). Adjusting the Sound Navigation System Screen AUTO SELECT, SCAN, and SEEK AUDIO DISPLAY BUTTON are adjustable from the navigation screen. For an explanation of these functions, see pages AUTO SELECT Touch the...

  • Page 205

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the AM/FM Radio Left/Right Balance and Front/ Audio System Lighting Rear Fader These modes adjust You can use the instrument panel the strength of the sound coming brightness control knob to adjust the from each speaker. Left/Right illumination of the audio system (see balance adjusts the side-to-side page...

  • Page 206: Am/fm Radio Reception

    Main Menu Table of Contents AM/FM Radio Reception Radio Frequencies Radio Reception The radio can receive the complete How well the radio receives stations AM and FM bands. is dependent on many factors, such Those bands cover these frequen- as the distance from the station’s cies: transmitter, nearby large objects, and atmospheric conditions.

  • Page 207

    Main Menu Table of Contents AM/FM Radio Reception As required by the FCC: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Radio signals, especially on the FM Radio reception can be affected by band, are deflected by large objects atmospheric conditions such as...

  • Page 208

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the XM Satellite Radio Touring model with RES and Navigation System SCAN BUTTON XM RADIO DISPLAY/MODE BUTTON BUTTON CATEGORY BAR PWR/VOL KNOB TUNE KNOB PRESET BUTTONS EX and Touring models with EX model without RES RES without Navigation System PWR/VOL XM RADIO...

  • Page 209

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the XM Satellite Radio VOL knob. The last channel you U.S. EX and Touring models only Your audio system is capable of listened to will show in the display. receiving XM Satellite Radio anywhere in the United States, You can also change to the XM radio except Hawaii and Alaska.

  • Page 210

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the XM Satellite Radio On models with a rear entertainment seconds, then selects the next can be selected. system and a navigation system, you channel. When you hear a channel cannot listen to XM Radio and a disc you want to continue listening to, Pick the preset button (icon) you at the same time.

  • Page 211

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the XM Satellite Radio The XM satellites are in orbit over the equator; therefore, objects south Signal weaker in Signal may be blocked by of the vehicle may cause satellite these areas. mountains or large obstacles to the south.

  • Page 212

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing the XM Satellite Radio Depending on where you drive, you As required by the FCC: knob until ‘‘0’’ appears in the display. may experience reception problems. Changes or modifications not expressly Your I.D. will appear in the display. Interference can be caused by any of approved by the party responsible for these conditions:...

  • Page 213

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer LX model EX model without RES CD SLOT CD SLOT LOAD BUTTON CD BUTTON INDICATOR EJECT BUTTON BUTTON LOAD AM/FM EJECT BUTTON BUTTON BUTTON SEEK BAR SEEK BAR DISC REPEAT REPEAT BUTTON DISC...

  • Page 214

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer EX and Touring models with Touring model with RES and RES without Navigation Navigation System System EJECT LOAD LOAD LOAD BUTTON INDICATOR BUTTON INDICATOR EJECT LOAD BUTTON BUTTON CD SLOT RANDOM CD BUTTON BUTTON...

  • Page 215

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Player CD Player To Change Tracks (SKIP) To Stop Playing a CD Each time you press and release the Press the eject button ( ) to LX model With the ignition in the side of the SKIP bar, the player remove the CD.

  • Page 216

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer Operating the CD Changer Loading CDs in the Changer EX and Touring models On vehicles with navigation system Your audio system has an in-dash CD changer that holds up to six CDs, LOAD BUTTON LOAD INDICATOR providing several hours of...

  • Page 217

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer The indicators above the Disc If you stop loading CDs before all six If you press the LOAD button while buttons of the empty positions will positions are filled, the system will a CD is playing, the system will stop blink, and the green load indicator wait for 10 seconds, then stop the...

  • Page 218

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer On vehicles without navigation system When LOAD appears again in the To load a single CD: To load multiple CDs in one display, insert the next CD into the operation: CD slot.

  • Page 219

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer To Play a CD To move rapidly within a track, press To Change Tracks Select the CD changer by pressing and hold the side of the Each time you press the side of the CD button.

  • Page 220

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer Track Scan Disc Scan Track Repeat When you press and hold the SCAN When you press and release the RPT When you press the SCAN button or touch the TRACK SCAN icon on the button until you see D-Scan in the button or touch the TRACK RPT display, or when you touch the DISC...

  • Page 221

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a CD, CD Changer Random Play where it left off. To remove the disc from the When you press the RDM button or changer, first select it by pressing touch the TRACK RANDOM icon on If you turn the system off while a CD the appropriate disc button or the upper display, the system plays...

  • Page 222: Protecting Your Cds

    Main Menu Table of Contents Protecting Your CDs General Information Protecting CDs When using CD-R discs, use only When a CD is not being played, store high quality CDs labeled for audio it in its case to protect it from dust use.

  • Page 223: Cd Changer Error Messages

    Main Menu Table of Contents CD Changer Error Messages If you see an error message in the display while playing a CD, find the Message Cause Solution cause in the chart to the right. If you cannot clear the error message, take Press the disc eject button, and remove the the vehicle to your dealer.

  • Page 224

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a Tape LX model EX model without RES NR BUTTON NR BUTTON BUTTON BUTTON SKIP BAR PLAY/PROG PLAY/PROG SKIP BAR BUTTON BUTTON FF BUTTON FF BUTTON REPEAT REPEAT BUTTON BUTTON...

  • Page 225

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a Tape EX and Touring models with Touring model with RES and RES without Navigation Navigation System System SKIP BAR NR BUTTON BUTTON PLAY/PROG NR BUTTON BUTTON BUTTON PLAY/PROG BUTTON FF BUTTON SKIP BAR FF BUTTON REPEAT BUTTON...

  • Page 226

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a Tape To Play a Tape Dolby noise reduction turns on To switch to the radio or CD player when you insert a tape. The while a tape is playing, press the AM Optional on all models The ignition switch must be in the indicator will come on in the or FM button or AM/FM button, or...

  • Page 227

    Main Menu Table of Contents Playing a Tape Press the side of the the player. SKIP Caring for the Tape and Player SKIP bar to find the beginning of the The tape player picks up dirt and current song or passage. Press the oxides from the tape.

  • Page 228: Setting The Clock

    Main Menu Table of Contents Setting the Clock LX model EX model CLOCK BUTTON CLOCK BUTTON R BUTTON H BUTTON R BUTTON H BUTTON M BUTTON M BUTTON On models without Navigation System When you are finished, press the For example: 1:06 will reset to 1:00 If your vehicle’s battery is CLOCK button again.

  • Page 229: Steering Wheel Controls

    Main Menu Table of Contents Steering Wheel Controls The VOL button adjusts the volume If you are playing a CD, the system VOL BUTTON MODE BUTTON up ( ) or down ( ). Press the top skips to the beginning of the next or bottom of the button and hold it track each time you press the top until the desired volume is reached,...

  • Page 230: Radio Theft Protection

    1 hour before trying again. If you should happen to lose the card, you must obtain the code number from a Honda dealer. To do this, you will need the system’s serial number.

  • Page 231: Rear Entertainment System

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Models with Navigation System Overhead Screen Unit REAR PWR BUTTON REAR CONTROL KNOB Models without Navigation System DVD Player REAR PWR BUTTON REAR CONTROL KNOB...

  • Page 232

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Available on EX with Leather and To Turn On the System Rear Speakers Press the REAR PWR button. To When you turn on the system, the Touring models Your vehicle is equipped with a rear turn on the rear controls (ceiling rear speakers are automatically entertainment system that includes a...

  • Page 233

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System To Select Rear Entertainment Operating the DVD Player from REAR CONTROL PANEL from the Front Control Panel the Front Control Panel To operate the rear entertainment The DVD player in your rear system from the front panel, turn the entertainment system can play DVD RR CTRL knob clockwise.

  • Page 234

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Turn the Rear CTRL knob clockwise. Models with Navigation System The amber Rear LED comes on to REAR CTRL KNOB SEEK/SKIP BAR show that the control panel is now enabled. Insert a DVD into the DVD/CD player below the front panel.

  • Page 235

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Press and hold the Press the eject button to SEEK/SKIP EJECT Using the Rear Control Panel side to move forward; you will see remove the DVD from the drive. To turn on the rear entertainment ‘‘CUE’’...

  • Page 236

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System To Play the Radio from the Rear Control Panel Use the buttons to select a station from the radio preset buttons. Press the button to tune the radio to a higher frequency, or press the button to tune to a lower frequency.

  • Page 237

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Press the button to To Play a CD from the Rear To Play the Optional Tape Player select another category. Control Panel from the Rear Control Panel If CDs are loaded in the CD changer, To rewind the tape, push the Pressing and holding the DISP select them by pressing the CD...

  • Page 238

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System To Play a DVD from the Rear REAR CONTROL PANEL 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.

  • Page 239

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System DISP Button When you press the DISP button When you press the DISP button To go back to play, press the DISP while a DVD is playing, the title, again, the subtitle, audio, angle, button.

  • Page 240

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System MENU Button System Messages Play Mode When you press the MENU button When you press the SETUP button When you select ‘‘Play Mode’’ by while a DVD is playing, the DVD’s while a DVD is playing, the DVD’s pressing the button, the main menu is displayed.

  • Page 241

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Top Menu Audio The selectable languages vary from DVD to DVD, and this feature may not be available on some DVDs. Press the RETURN or ENT button to go back to the play mode setup menu.

  • Page 242

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Subtitle Angle To turn the subtitle on and off, select If more than one subtitle language is On some DVDs, the scenes are ‘‘Subtitle’’ from the setup menu by available, you will see the language recorded by more than one camera, pressing the button.

  • Page 243

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Search When you select the ‘‘Search’’ from To do a title search, select ‘‘Title’’ by To do a chapter search, select the play mode setup menu, you will pressing the button. Change ‘‘Chapter’’...

  • Page 244

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Num Input A numerical command can be issued change from the left side to right Select and enter the second digit to a DVD by inputting a two digit side or right to left. number the same way.

  • Page 245

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System are playing. Personal Surround Display Select ‘‘Cinema,’’ ‘‘Music,’’ or ‘‘Voice’’ by pressing the button, and enter your selection by pressing the ENT button. The ‘‘PERSONAL SURROUND’’ logo is displayed in the upper right corner of the screen. If you select ‘‘Off,’’...

  • Page 246

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Select the quality you want to adjust If you want to set the display to the The display changes as shown above. by pressing the button, and default setting, select ‘‘Reset’’ by then pressing the ENT button.

  • Page 247

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Screen Mode You can set the screen mode to these settings: Normal Normal Wide Wide Zoom Full Zoom Full...

  • Page 248

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System The selected setting will be highlighted in blue for one second, and the screen returns to the play mode in the selected setting. Select the ‘‘Aspect Ratio’’ by pressing The selectable setting menu is button, then press displayed, and the current setting is the ENT button.

  • Page 249

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Menu Language INITIAL SETTINGS Menu INITIAL SETTINGS (Language) When you press the SETUP button When you select ‘‘Language’’ with To select the language used in the on the rear control panel when a button, the menu DISC menus, select ‘‘Menu Lang’’...

  • Page 250

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Select the desired language by If you want another language than If you select the ‘‘No,’’ and press the pressing the button, and those listed, you need to enter the ENT button, the display returns to then pressing the ENT button.

  • Page 251

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Audio Language If you select ‘‘Yes,’’ the display If you made a mistake entering a You can select the dubbed language changes to the language code input number digit, select ‘‘DEL’’ on the before playing DVDs.

  • Page 252

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Subtitle Language Dynamic Range INITIAL SETTINGS (Others) You can select the subtitle language When you select ‘‘Others’’ at the ‘‘Dynamic Range’’ reduces the before playing DVDs. bottom of the ‘‘INITIAL SETTINGS’’ differences between the loud and Select ‘‘Subtitle Lang’’...

  • Page 253

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Angle Mark ANGLE MARK When you select the ‘‘Dynamic When you switch to another angle Select ‘‘Angle Mark’’ by pressing the Range’’ by pressing the while playing a DVD, the angle mark button.

  • Page 254

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Parental Control Level When you select and enter ‘‘Yes,’’ You can place an auditory restriction Select ‘‘Parental Level’’ by pressing the display changes as shown above. by changing the parental control button. You will see the To change the level, you need to level.

  • Page 255

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Changing the Password If the system does not recognize the If you enter the password correctly, The password was set to ‘‘1111’’ password you entered, you will see you can then change the parental when the vehicle left the factory.

  • Page 256

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System To change the password, select Select the first digit by pressing the If the system does not recognize the ‘‘Password.’’ You will see the above , or button, password you entered, you will see menu displayed.

  • Page 257

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System If you forget the password, select The display changes as shown above. ‘‘Password,’’ and press the button If you want to use the default 10 times. password (1111), select ‘‘Yes,’’ and press the ENT button. The message ‘‘Default password setting applied’’...

  • Page 258

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Remote Control Replacing the Remote Control As required by the FCC: This device Batteries complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. RELEASE BUTTON Operation is subject to the following two COVER conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference...

  • Page 259

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Those packages or jackets should Playable DVDs also bear the designation of ‘‘1’’ or ‘‘ALL’’. DVD-ROMs cannot be played in this system. Protecting DVDs The tips on how to handle and protect DVDs are basically the same as those for compact discs.

  • Page 260

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System DVD Player Error Messages Message Solution If you see an error message in the screen while operating the DVD player, find the cause in the chart to ERROR F0 Eject the disc and reinsert it. the right.

  • Page 261

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Wireless Headphones The audio for the rear entertainment Replacing Batteries system is sent to the wireless headphones that come with the system. When using the headphones, make sure you wear them correctly: L (left) and R (right) are marked on the sides of the frame.

  • Page 262

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System Auxiliary Input Jacks COVER ARMREST LEVER AUXILIARY INPUT JACKS BATTERY Remove the battery. Install the new Auxiliary input jacks and headphone The system will accept auxiliary battery in the earpice as shown in connectors for the rear inputs from standard video games the diagram next to the battery slot.

  • Page 263

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear Entertainment System VOLUME DIALS HEADPHONE CONNECTORS There are three headphone connectors for the third seat passengers. Each connector has its own volume control.

  • Page 264: Security System

    Main Menu Table of Contents Security System On EX and Touring models The security system will not set if The security system helps to protect the hood, tailgate, or any door is not your vehicle and valuables from theft. fully closed. If the system will not set, The horn sounds and a combination check the Door and Tailgate Open of headlights, parking lights, side...

  • Page 265: Cruise Control

    Main Menu Table of Contents Cruise Control Cruise control allows you to maintain Using Cruise Control Press and release the DECEL/ a set speed above 25 mph (40 km/h) SET button on the steering wheel. CRUISE BUTTON without keeping your foot on the The CRUISE CONTROL indicator accelerator pedal.

  • Page 266

    Main Menu Table of Contents Cruise Control Changing the Set Speed You can decrease the set speed in Even with cruise control turned on, You can increase the set speed in any of these ways: you can still use the accelerator any of these ways: pedal to speed up for passing.

  • Page 267

    Main Menu Table of Contents Cruise Control Cancelling Cruise Control Resuming the Set Speed When you push the CANCEL button or tap the brake pedal, the system CRUISE BUTTON remembers the previously set speed. To return to that speed, accelerate to above 25 mph (40 km/h), and then press and release the RES/ACCEL button.

  • Page 268: Homelink Universal Transceiver

    Main Menu Table of Contents HomeLink Universal Transceiver On EX and Touring models that causes the motor to stop and Training HomeLink The HomeLink Universal If you just reverse if an obstacle is detected Before you begin Transceiver built into your vehicle during closing, increasing the risk of received your vehicle and have not can be programmed to operate up to...

  • Page 269

    Main Menu Table of Contents HomeLink Universal Transceiver Press and hold the remote control Plug in the garage door opener button and one of the HomeLink motor, then test the HomeLink buttons at the same time. button by pushing it. If the button does not work, repeat the procedure to train it again.

  • Page 270

    Main Menu Table of Contents HomeLink Universal Transceiver Training With a Rolling Code Press and hold the button on TRAINING BUTTON HomeLink for 3 to 4 seconds. System For security purposes, newer garage door opening systems use a ‘‘rolling’’ Press and hold the HomeLink or variable code.

  • Page 271

    Main Menu Table of Contents HomeLink Universal Transceiver Erasing Codes Customer Assistance As required by the FCC: To erase the codes stored in all three If you have problems with training This device complies with Part 15 of the buttons, press and hold the two the HomeLink Universal Transceiver, FCC rules.

  • Page 272: Parking Sensor System

    Main Menu Table of Contents Parking Sensor System On Touring model 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 beeping and see parking messages in the multi-information display.

  • Page 273

    Main Menu Table of Contents Parking Sensor System Multi-Information Display Corner Sensor Operation Messages and Beeper Operation Example shown: Obstacle is at the left front of the vehicle When you turn the system on, all indicators come on in the multi- About 16-20 in About 12-16 in About 12 in...

  • Page 274

    Main Menu Table of Contents Parking Sensor System Rear Center Sensor Operation About 40-70 in About 24-40 in About 24 in (1-1.8 m) (0.6-1 m) (0.6 m) or less Distance Bottom Bottom Bottom If the system develops a problem, indicator stays on indicator stays on indicator stays on you will see a ‘‘CHECK PARKING...

  • Page 275

    Main Menu Table of Contents Parking Sensor System After the vehicle has been sitting out in hot or cold weather. When the system is affected by some electrical equipment or devices generating an ultrasonic wave. When operating the vehicle in bad weather.

  • Page 276: Rear View Camera And Monitor

    Main Menu Table of Contents Rear View Camera and Monitor On EX with Leather and Touring When in reverse, the touch screen and Navi ‘‘hard’’ buttons are locked models out, except the ‘‘ZOOM’’ button. Touching the ‘‘ ’’ or ‘‘ ’’ button allows you to adjust the brightness of the rear view camera image.

  • Page 277

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  • Page 278: Before Driving

    Main Menu Before Driving Before you begin driving your Break-in period ......vehicle, you should know what Gasoline Type ....... gasoline to use and how to check the Service Station Procedures ..levels of important fluids. You also Refueling ........need to know how to properly store Opening and Closing the luggage or packages.

  • Page 279

    Main Menu Table of Contents Break-in Period, Gasoline Type Break-in Period Gasoline Type your dealer for service. Help assure your vehicle’s future Your vehicle is designed to operate reliability and performance by paying on unleaded gasoline with a pump Some gasoline today is blended with extra attention to how you drive octane number of 86 or higher.

  • Page 280

    Main Menu Table of Contents Service Station Procedures Refueling Remove the fuel fill cap slowly. You may hear a hissing sound as pressure inside the tank escapes. Gasoline is highly flammable The fuel fill cap is attached to the and explosive. You can be fuel filler with a tether.

  • Page 281

    Main Menu Table of Contents Service Station Procedures Screw the fuel fill cap back on Opening and Closing the Hood until it clicks at least three times. If you do not properly tighten the HOOD RELEASE HANDLE cap, the malfunction indicator lamp may come on (see page On the Touring model, you will also see a ‘‘CHECK FUEL CAP’’...

  • Page 282

    Main Menu Table of Contents Service Station Procedures Oil Check SUPPORT ROD UPPER MARK LOWER MARK DIPSTICK Pull the support rod out of its clip Wait a few minutes after turning the Remove the dipstick again, and and insert the end into the hole on engine off before you check the oil.

  • Page 283

    Main Menu Table of Contents Service Station Procedures Refer to Engine Coolant Check Owner’s Maintenance Checks on page for information RESERVE TANK about checking other items on your vehicle. Look at the coolant level in the radiator reserve tank. Make sure it is between the MAX and MIN lines.

  • Page 284: Fuel Economy

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuel Economy Improving Fuel Economy Try to maintain a constant speed. Always maintain your vehicle Every time you slow down and according to the maintenance speed up, your vehicle uses extra messages. See Owner’s fuel. Use cruise control when Maintenance Checks (page appropriate.

  • Page 285: Accessories And Modifications

    Be sure electronic accessories do Accessories or killed. Your dealer has Honda accessories not overload electrical circuits that allow you to personalize your (see page ) or interfere with Follow all instructions in this vehicle.

  • Page 286

    Some examples are: safety systems could make the Lowering the vehicle with a non- systems ineffective. Honda suspension kit that significantly reduces ground Additional Safety Precautions clearance can allow the on page undercarriage to hit speed bumps...

  • Page 287: Carrying Cargo

    Main Menu Table of Contents Carrying Cargo Your vehicle has several convenient SEAT-BACK POCKETS storage areas: REAR COMPARTMENT FRONT DOOR POCKET Glove box (upper and lower) UPPER GLOVE REMOVABLE In-floor storage (with Lazy SECOND ROW Susan ) CONSOLE Front door and seat-back pockets Rear cargo area, including the second row seats when removed, and the third row seat when folded...

  • Page 288

    Main Menu Table of Contents Carrying Cargo The maximum load for your vehicle Subtract the combined weight of If your vehicle will be towing a the driver and passengers from trailer, the load from your trailer LX model: 1,349 lbs (612 kg) the maximum load.

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    Main Menu Table of Contents Carrying Cargo If you carry any items on a roof Carrying Items in the Passenger Carrying Cargo in the Cargo Area rack, be sure the total weight of Compartment or on a Roof Rack Store or secure all items that could Distribute cargo evenly on the the rack and the items does not be thrown around and hurt...

  • Page 290

    Main Menu Table of Contents Carrying Cargo Cargo Net Cargo Hooks CARGO HOOKS On EX and Touring models There are cargo hooks for plastic You can use the cargo net to secure grocery bags on the back of the third items in the cargo area, and store row seat.

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    Main Menu...

  • Page 292

    Main Menu Driving This section gives you tips on Preparing to Drive ......starting the engine under various Starting the Engine ....... conditions, and how to operate the Automatic Transmission ....automatic transmission. It also Parking Tips ........includes important information on Braking System ......

  • Page 293: Preparing To Drive

    Main Menu Table of Contents Preparing to Drive You should do the following checks Check the seat adjustment (see and adjustments before you drive page your vehicle. Check the adjustment of the Make sure all windows, mirrors, inside and outside mirrors (see and outside lights are clean and page unobstructed.

  • Page 294: Starting The Engine

    Main Menu Table of Contents Starting the Engine Apply the parking brake. Without touching the accelerator If the engine fails to start, press pedal, turn the ignition key to the the accelerator pedal all the way In cold weather, turn off all START (III) position.

  • Page 295: Automatic Transmission

    Main Menu Table of Contents Automatic Transmission Shift Lever Position Indicators If the malfunction indicator lamp Shifting comes on along with the ‘‘D’’ RELEASE BUTTON indicator, there is a problem in the automatic transmission control system. Avoid rapid acceleration, and have the transmission checked by your dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 296

    Main Menu Table of Contents Automatic Transmission Park (P) This position mechani- Neutral (N) Use Neutral if you To shift from: Do this: cally locks the transmission. Use need to restart a stalled engine, or if P to R Press the brake pedal, and press the release button.

  • Page 297

    Main Menu Table of Contents Automatic Transmission Drive (D ) To use D , press the First (1) This position locks the Engine Speed Limiter D button when the shift lever is in transmission in First gear. By upshift- If you exceed the maximum speed the ‘‘D’’...

  • Page 298

    Main Menu Table of Contents Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Release Remove the key from the shift Do this if pushing on the brake pedal lock release slot, then install the and pressing the release button does cover. Press the brake pedal, and not shift the transmission out of restart the engine.

  • Page 299

    Main Menu Table of Contents Parking Always use the parking brake when If the vehicle is facing uphill, turn Parking Tips you park your vehicle. Make sure Make sure the moonroof and the the front wheels away from the the parking brake is set firmly or windows are closed.

  • Page 300: Braking System

    Main Menu Table of Contents Braking System Your vehicle is equipped with disc Check the brakes after driving Brake Wear Indicators brakes at all four wheels. A power through deep water. Apply the If the brake pads need replacing, you assist helps reduce the effort needed brakes moderately to see if they feel will hear a distinctive, metallic...

  • Page 301: Anti-lock Brakes (abs)

    Main Menu Table of Contents Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) The anti-lock brake system (ABS) ABS Indicator Important Safety Reminders helps prevent the brakes from ABS does not reduce the time or locking up, and helps you retain distance it takes to stop the ABS INDICATOR steering control by pumping the vehicle;...

  • Page 302: Vehicle Stability Assist (vsa) System

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System The vehicle stability assist (VSA) VSA Activation Indicator On Touring model only system helps to stabilize the vehicle You will also see a ‘‘CHECK VSA during cornering if the vehicle turns When VSA activates, you will see the SYSTEM’’...

  • Page 303

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) System Without VSA, your vehicle still has VSA OFF Button VSA and Tire Sizes normal braking and cornering ability, Driving with varying tire or wheel LX and EX models but it does not have VSA traction and sizes may cause the VSA to stability enhancement.

  • Page 304

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) To see the inflation pressures of all Each tire has its own pressure On U.S. Touring model only Your vehicle is equipped with a tire four tires, press the SEL/RESET sensor.

  • Page 305

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) Low Tire Pressure It is possible that the pressures Indicator shown in the multi-information When the low tire pressure indicator display and the pressures you is on, one or more of your tires is manually measure are slightly significantly under-inflated.

  • Page 306

    Honda dealer or an authorized Michelin PAX system dealer. If you see this message, the system is off and is not monitoring the tire pressures.

  • Page 307: Towing A Trailer

    Main Menu Table of Contents Towing a Trailer Your vehicle has been designed to Load Limits primarily 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.

  • Page 308

    Main Menu Table of Contents Towing a Trailer Gross Vehicle Weight Rating Maximum Total Trailer Weight (GVWR): Number of Equipped with transmission cooler The maximum allowable weight of Occupants and power steering fluid cooler the vehicle, all occupants, all cargo, 3,500 lbs (1,580 kg) and the tongue load is 5,952 lbs 3,350 lbs (1,520 kg)

  • Page 309

    To ensure the best tongue load gauge, check the tongue quality, we recommend that you Carefully follow the hitch maker’s load the first time you set up a purchase Honda equipment instructions for proper installation towing combination (a fully-loaded whenever possible. and adjustment.

  • Page 310

    Sway Control Trailer Brakes Trailer Lights If the total trailer weight exceeds Honda recommends that any trailer Trailer lights and equipment must 2,000 lbs (900 kg), you should install having a total weight of 1,000 lbs comply with federal, state, province,...

  • Page 311

    Main Menu Table of Contents Towing a Trailer If you use a non-Honda trailer page for information on GROUND LEFT TURN SIGNAL lighting harness and converter, you changing a flat tire. can get the connector and pins that SMALL LIGHTS...

  • Page 312

    Main Menu Table of Contents Towing a Trailer Pre-Tow Checklist All items in or on the trailer are Driving Safely With a Trailer When preparing to tow, and before properly secured and cannot shift The added weight, length, and driving away, be sure to check the while you drive.

  • Page 313

    Main Menu Table of Contents Towing a Trailer If you must stop when facing uphill, Making Turns and Braking Backing Up Make turns more slowly and wider use the foot brake or parking brake. Always drive slowly and have than normal. The trailer tracks a Do not try to hold the vehicle in someone guide you when backing up.

  • Page 314

    Main Menu Maintenance This section explains why it is Maintenance Safety ...... important to keep your vehicle well Maintenance Minder ....maintained and how to follow basic Maintenance Record ....maintenance safety precautions. Fluid Locations ......Adding Engine Oil ......This section also includes Changing the Oil and Filter ..

  • Page 315: Maintenance Safety

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Safety All service items not detailed in this Injury from moving parts. section should be performed by a not run the engine unless certified technician or other qualified instructed to do so. Improperly maintaining this mechanic.

  • Page 316: Maintenance Minder

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder Your vehicle displays engine oil life Engine Oil Life Indicator and maintenance service items in the On LX and EX models odometer/trip meter display on the LX and EX models, or in the multi- information display on the Touring model, to show you when you should have your dealer perform engine oil...

  • Page 317

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder You can change the display to the odometer, the trip meter, or the outside temperature by pushing the SELECT/RESET knob on the instrument panel. When the remaining engine oil life is When the remaining engine oil life is less than 5 percent, you will see a 0 percent, you will see the above ‘‘CHANGE OIL’’...

  • Page 318

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder On Touring model MASTER WARNING INDICATOR To see the current engine oil life, When the remaining engine oil life is If you still do not perform the turn the ignition switch to ON (II), 15 percent or less, the display shows indicated maintenance, you will see a then push and release the...

  • Page 319

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder These messages will come on every time you turn the ignition switch to ON (II). Immediately have the service performed, and make sure to reset the display as described on page You can change the display to the odometer, the trip meter, or the outside temperature by pushing the SEL/RESET button on the steering...

  • Page 320

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder Maintenance Main Items and Sub Items LX and EX models Touring model MAINTENANCE MAIN ITEM MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE SUB ITEMS MAIN ITEM MAINTENANCE SUB ITEM If you still do not get the indicated maintenance done, you will see a All the maintenance items displayed MAINTENANCE negative mileage, for example ‘‘...

  • Page 321

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder Resetting the Engine Oil Life Indicator On LX and EX models Your dealer will reset the display after completing the required maintenance service. You will see ‘‘OIL LIFE 100%’’ on the odometer/ trip meter display the next time you turn the ignition switch to ON (II).

  • Page 322

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder On Touring model Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). Press the SEL/RESET button on the steering wheel until the engine oil life is displayed. Press the SEL/RESET knob in the If you want to cancel resetting, instrument panel for about 10 press the INFO button on the seconds.

  • Page 323

    SEL/RESET button, the provide competent, efficient service. multi-information display resets as We recommend the use of Honda shown above. parts and fluids whenever you have maintenance done. These are manufactured to the same high-...

  • Page 324

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder U.S. Vehicles: Owner’s Maintenance Checks Lights Check the operation of You should check the following the headlights, parking lights, Maintenance, replacement, or repair of emissions control items at the specified intervals. If taillights, high-mount brake light, you are unsure of how to perform and license plate lights monthly.

  • Page 325

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Minder Symbol Maintenance Main Items Symbol Maintenance Sub Items Replace engine oil Rotate tires Replace engine oil and oil filter Replace air cleaner element Rotate tires If you drive in dusty conditions, replace Inspect front and rear brakes every 15,000 miles (24,000 km).

  • Page 326: Maintenance Record

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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.

  • Page 327

    Main Menu Table of Contents Maintenance Record Mileage Maintenance Signature Mileage Maintenance Signature Performed Performed Date Date...

  • Page 328: Fluid Locations

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fluid Locations ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK BRAKE FLUID (Orange loop) (Gray cap) POWER STEERING FLUID (Red cap) WASHER FLUID (Blue cap) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID DIPSTICK (Yellow loop) RADIATOR CAP ENGINE COOLANT ENGINE OIL FILL CAP RESERVOIR...

  • Page 329: Adding Engine Oil

    5W-20 lubricant for your vehicle. It is engine’s performance and longevity. highly recommended that you use Always use a premium-grade 5W-20 Honda Motor Oil in your vehicle for detergent oil displaying the API optimum engine protection. Make Certification Seal. This seal indicates...

  • Page 330

    Main Menu Table of Contents Adding Engine Oil, Changing the Oil and Filter Synthetic Oil Changing the Oil and Filter You may use a synthetic motor oil if Always change the oil and filter it meets the same requirements according to the maintenance given for a conventional motor oil: it messages shown on the odometer/ displays the API Certification Seal,...

  • Page 331: Changing The Oil And Filter

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing the Oil and Filter Refill the engine with the OIL FILTER recommended oil. Improper disposal of engine oil can be Engine oil change capacity harmf ul to the environment. If you (including filter): change your own oil, please dispose of 4.5 US qt (4.3 ) the used oil properly.

  • Page 332: Engine Coolant

    Main Menu Table of Contents Engine Coolant Adding Engine Coolant Always use Honda All Season If the reserve tank is completely Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2. This empty, you should also check the RESERVE TANK coolant is pre-mixed with 50 percent coolant level in the radiator.

  • Page 333

    Main Menu Table of Contents Engine Coolant Put the radiator cap back on, and tighten it fully. Pour coolant into the reserve tank. Fill it to halfway between the MAX and MIN marks. Put the cap back on the reserve tank. Do not add any rust inhibitors or other additives to your vehicle’s cooling system.

  • Page 334: Windshield Washers

    Main Menu Table of Contents Windshield Washers Check the fluid level in the On Canadian models: The low washer windshield washer reservoir at least level indicator comes on when the monthly during normal use. This level is low (see page reservoir supplies the windshield and rear window washers.

  • Page 335: Automatic Transmission Fluid

    Remove the dipstick, and check use can affect the shift quality. the fluid level. It should be Have the transmission flushed and refilled with Honda ATF-Z1 as Remove the dipstick (yellow loop) between the upper and lower from the transmission, and wipe it marks.

  • Page 336

    Check the brake fluid level in the Brake Fluid DOT 3. If it is not it with Honda ATF-Z1, then drive the reservoirs monthly. available, you should use only DOT 3 vehicle for a short distance. Do this...

  • Page 337

    Honda PSF as soon as possible. Replace the belt at 60,000 miles (100,000 km) if you regularly drive A low power steering fluid level can your vehicle in one or more of these indicate a leak in the system.

  • Page 338

    Main Menu Table of Contents Lights Headlight Aiming Replacing a Headlight Bulb The headlights were properly aimed Your vehicle has halogen headlight when your vehicle was new. If you bulbs, two on each side. When regularly carry heavy items in the replacing a bulb, handle it by its base cargo area or pull a trailer, and protect the glass from contact...

  • Page 339

    Main Menu Table of Contents Lights Push the electrical connector back Replacing a Front Turn Signal onto the bulb. Make sure it is on Bulb all the way. Turn on the headlights to test the new bulb. If you replaced the high beam headlight bulb on the passenger’s side, reinstall the power steering fluid reservoir.

  • Page 340

    Main Menu Table of Contents Lights Insert the socket back into the Replacing a Front Parking/Side Insert the socket back into the headlight assembly. Turn it headlight assembly. Turn it Marker Bulb clockwise to lock it in place. clockwise to lock it in place. Turn on the lights to make sure Turn on the lights to make sure the new bulb is working.

  • Page 341

    Main Menu Table of Contents Lights Replacing a Front Fog Light Bulb Insert the new bulb into the assembly and turn it one-quarter Touring model only turn clockwise to lock it in place. Push the electrical connector onto the new bulb. Turn on the fog lights to test the new bulb.

  • Page 342

    Main Menu Table of Contents Lights Replacing a Rear Turn Signal or Put the socket back into the light assembly, and turn it clockwise to Brake Light Bulb lock it in place. Install the rear light assembly in the rear pillar. Tighten the two bolts.

  • Page 343

    Main Menu Table of Contents Lights Replacing a Taillight or Back-up Test the lights to make sure the Light Bulb new bulb is working. Reinstall the light cover. Open the tailgate. Place a cloth on Remove the socket from the light the edge of the middle of the light assembly by turning it one-quarter cover.

  • Page 344

    Table of Contents Cleaning the Seat Belts, Floor Mats Cleaning the Seat Belts Floor Mats If you use a non-Honda floor mat, make sure it fits properly and that it can be used with the floor mat LOOP anchors. Do not put additional floor mats on top of the anchored mats.

  • Page 345: Wiper Blades

    Main Menu Table of Contents Wiper Blades Check the condition of the wiper WIPER ARMS blades at least every six 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.

  • Page 346

    Main Menu Table of Contents Wiper Blades Slide the new wiper blade into the BLADE BLADE holder until the tabs lock. Slide the wiper blade assembly onto the wiper arm. Make sure it locks in place. Lower the wiper arm against the windshield.

  • Page 347

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tires To safely operate your vehicle, your Inflation Guidelines LX and EX tires must be the proper type and Keeping the tires properly inflated Tire Size Cold Tire Pressure for size, in good condition with adequate provides the best combination of Normal Driving tread, and correctly inflated.

  • Page 348

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tires U.S. Touring model Check the air pressures when the You should get your own tire pressure gauge and use it whenever Tire Size Cold Tire Pressure for tires are cold. This means the vehicle has been parked for at least you check your tire pressures.

  • Page 349

    You back. Improper wheel weights can damage should replace the tire if you can see your vehicle’s aluminum wheels. Use the tread wear indicator in three or only genuine Honda wheel weights f or more places around the tire. balancing.

  • Page 350

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tires Replacing Tires Wheels and Tires Replace your tires with radial tires of Wheel: the same size, load range, speed LX, and EX models Installing improper tires on your rating, and maximum cold tire vehicle can affect handling and 16 x 7J pressure rating (as shown on the stability.

  • Page 351

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tires Winter Driving Tire Chains Tires marked ‘‘M S’’ or ‘‘All Because your vehicle has limited tire Season’’ on the sidewall have an all- clearance, mount only SAE Class ‘‘S’’ Traction devices that are the wrong weather tread design suitable for cable-type traction devices, with size or improperly installed can...

  • Page 352

    Repair or replacement must be Monitoring System (TPMS), enables tire or wheel, ensure that no part of done a Honda dealer or an you to continue driving even if one or the chain contacts the PAX system. authorized Michelin PAX system more of your tires loses its pressure.

  • Page 353: Checking The Battery

    Main Menu Table of Contents Checking the Battery Check the terminals for corrosion (a If you need to connect the battery to TEST INDICATOR WINDOW white or yellowish powder). To a charger, disconnect both cables to remove it, cover the terminals with a prevent damaging your vehicle’s solution of baking soda and water.

  • Page 354: Vehicle Storage

    Main Menu Table of Contents Vehicle Storage If you need to park your vehicle for Block the rear wheels. Cover the vehicle with a an extended period (more than one ‘‘breathable’’ cover, one made month), there are several things you If the vehicle is to be stored for a from a porous material such as should do to prepare it for storage.

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    Main Menu...

  • Page 356: Table Of Contents

    Main Menu Taking Care of the Unexpected This section covers the more Driving with a Flat Tire ....common problems that motorists Compact Spare Tire ...... experience with their vehicles. It Changing a Flat Tire ....gives you information about how to If the Engine Won’t Start .....

  • Page 357: Driving With A Flat Tire

    Main Menu Table of Contents Driving With a Flat Tire Michelin PAX System On U.S. Touring model 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...

  • Page 358

    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 359

    Although your vehicle is capable of run flat driving, you should always observe the following: If you cannot find a Honda dealer or an authorized Michelin PAX system Do not drive faster than 50 mph dealer where you are driving, call the (80 km/h).

  • Page 360: Compact Spare Tire

    Main Menu Table of Contents Compact Spare Tire All models except U.S. Touring Do not mount snow chains on the INDICATOR LOCATION MARK Use the compact spare tire as a compact spare tire. temporary replacement only. Get your regular tire repaired or replaced, Do not use the compact spare tire and put it back on your vehicle as if you are towing a trailer.

  • Page 361

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing a Flat Tire If you have a flat tire while driving, SPARE TIRE 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 362: Changing A Flat Tire

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing a Flat Tire WHEEL NUTS The spare tire is stored behind a On EX model Place the jack under the jacking cover on the sidewall of the cargo If you are changing a rear tire, point nearest the tire you need to area on the driver’s side.

  • Page 363

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing a Flat Tire EXTENSION WHEEL COVER WHEEL WRENCH Use the extension and the wheel On LX model Before mounting the spare tire, nut wrench as shown to raise the Do not attempt to forcibly pry the wipe any dirt off the mounting vehicle until the flat tire is off the wheel cover off with a screwdriver or...

  • Page 364

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing a Flat Tire Put on the spare tire. Put the BRACKET MOUNTING BOLT 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.

  • Page 365

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing a Flat Tire Adjust the seat-back of the third Store the jack in its holder. To BRACKET seat to an upright position. Install store the jack, align the locator the bracket mounting bolt on the stud in the holder with the hole in attachment point as shown, and the jack base.

  • Page 366

    Main Menu Table of Contents Changing a Flat Tire Install the spare tire storage cover. Storing a Flat Tire on the Folded Third Seat When the third seat is folded, the flat tire is secured to the floor on top of the folded seat.

  • Page 367: If The Engine Won't Start

    Main Menu Table of Contents If the Engine Won’t Start Diagnosing why the engine won’t Check the transmission interlock. If the headlights dim noticeably or start falls into two areas, depending The transmission must be in Park go out when you try to start the on what you hear when you turn the or Neutral or the starter will not engine, either the battery is...

  • Page 368: If The Engine Won't Start, Jump Starting

    Main Menu Table of Contents If the Engine Won’t Start, Jump Starting Are you using a properly coded Jump Starting To Jump Start Your Vehicle: key? An improperly coded key will Although this seems like a simple cause the immobilizer system procedure, you should take several Open the hood, and check the indicator in the instrument panel...

  • Page 369: Jump Starting

    Main Menu Table of Contents Jump Starting If the booster battery is in another vehicle, have an assistant start that vehicle and run it at a fast idle. Start the vehicle. If the starter motor still operates slowly, check that the jumper cables have good metal-to-metal contact.

  • Page 370: If The Engine Overheats

    Main Menu Table of Contents If the Engine Overheats The pointer of the vehicle’s If you do not see steam or spray, temperature gauge should stay in leave the engine running, and the midrange. If it climbs to the red watch the temperature gauge.

  • Page 371

    Main Menu Table of Contents If the Engine Overheats Look for any obvious coolant leaks, Start the engine, and set the such as a split radiator hose. temperature control dial to Everything is still extremely hot, maximum (climate control to Removing the radiator cap so use caution.

  • Page 372

    Main Menu Table of Contents Low Oil Pressure Indicator, Charging System Indicator Low Oil Pressure Indicator Safely pull off the road, and shut Charging System Indicator off the engine. Turn on the hazard This indicator should never warning indicators. If the charging system come on when the engine is indicator comes on brightly running.

  • Page 373

    Main Menu Table of Contents Malfunction Indicator Lamp, Readiness Codes Malfunction Indicator Lamp If your vehicle battery has been disconnected or gone dead, these If this indicator comes on codes are erased. It takes at least If you keep driving with the while driving, it means one three days of driving under various malf unction indicator lamp on, you can...

  • Page 374: Brake System Indicator

    Main Menu Table of Contents Brake System Indicator U.S. Canada The brake system However, if the brake pedal does not If you must drive the vehicle a short indicator normally feel normal, you should take distance in this condition, drive comes on when you immediate action.

  • Page 375: Closing The Moonroof

    Main Menu Table of Contents Closing the Moonroof If the electric motor will not close the moonroof, do the following: SOCKET Check the fuse for the moonroof motor (see page ). If the fuse is blown, replace it with one of the same or lower rating.

  • Page 376

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuses PASSENGER’S SIDE PRIMARY UNDER-HOOD FUSE BOX DRIVER’S SIDE INTERIOR INTERIOR The vehicle’s fuses are contained in To open the passenger’s fuse box, SECONDARY UNDER-HOOD FUSE BOX four fuse boxes (three, if the vehicle pull the right edge of the cover. does not have a rear entertainment system).

  • Page 377

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuses Checking and Replacing Fuses FUSE 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 378

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuses If you cannot drive the vehicle If the replacement fuse of the BLOWN without fixing the problem, and you same rating blows in a short time, do not have a spare fuse, take a fuse there is probably a serious of the same rating or a lower rating electrical problem with your...

  • Page 379: Fuse Locations

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuse Locations PRIMARY UNDER-HOOD FUSE BOX No. Amps. Circuits Protected Amps. Circuits Protected 10 A Left Headlight Low 20 A Horn, Stop 30 A Rear Defroster Coil 30 A Defroster 10 A Left Headlight High 40 A Back Up 15 A...

  • Page 380

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuse Locations INTERIOR FUSE BOX No. Amps. Circuits Protected No. Amps. Circuits Protected Driver’s Side Not Used 15 A IG PCU 15 A IG Coil 15 A IG Fuel Pump Front 10 A Daytime Running Light 10 A IG Washer 15 A...

  • Page 381

    Main Menu Table of Contents Fuse Locations INTERIOR FUSE BOX Passenger’s Side Amps. Circuits Protected Rear Blower 30 A Not Used 15 A 20 A Door Lock Not Used 15 A Heated Seat Instrument Panel 7.5 A 20 A Right Power Sliding Door 10 A Accessory Sockets If equipped...

  • Page 382: Emergency Towing

    Main Menu Table of Contents Emergency Towing If your vehicle needs to be towed, The tow Wheel-lift Equipment call a professional towing service or truck uses two pivoting arms that go organization. Never tow your vehicle under the tires (front or rear) and lift Improper towing preparation will with just a rope or chain.

  • Page 383

    Main Menu Table of Contents Emergency Towing If you decide to tow your vehicle with all four wheels on the ground, make sure you use a properly- Trying to lif t or tow your vehicle by the designed and attached tow bar. bumpers will cause serious damage.

  • Page 384: Technical Information

    Main Menu Technical Information The diagrams in this section give Identification Numbers ....Emissions Controls ....... you the dimensions and capacities of Specifications ........ The Clean Air Act ..... your vehicle, and the locations of the DOT Tire Quality Grading Crankcase Emissions Control identification numbers.

  • Page 385: Identification Numbers

    Main Menu Table of Contents Identification Numbers Your vehicle has several identifying numbers in various places. VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 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 386

    Main Menu Table of Contents 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 387: Specifications

    Main Menu Table of Contents Specifications Dimensions Air Conditioning Length 201.0 in (5,106 mm) Refrigerant type HFC-134a (R-134a) Width 77.1 in (1,958 mm) Charge quantity 32 34 oz (850 900 g) Height 68.8 in (1,748 mm) Lubricant type ND-OIL8 70.0 in (1,778 mm) Wheelbase 118.1 in (3,000 mm) Capacities...

  • Page 388

    Main Menu Table of Contents Specifications Lights Fuses Headlights High 12 V 60 W (HB3) Interior Driver’s side See page or the fuse label 12 V 51 W (HB4) attached to the dashboard. Front turn signal 12 V 21 W Passenger’s side See page or the fuse label...

  • Page 389

    Main Menu Table of Contents DOT Tire Quality Grading (U.S. Vehicles) The tires on your car meet all U.S. Treadwear Traction AA, A, B, C Federal Safety Requirements. All The treadwear grade is a compara- The traction grades, from highest to tires are also graded for treadwear, tive rating based on the wear rate of lowest, are AA, A, B, and C.

  • Page 390

    Main Menu Table of Contents DOT Tire Quality Grading (U.S. Vehicles) Temperature A, B, C Warning: The temperature grade for The temperature grades are A (the this tire is established for a tire that highest), B, and C, representing the is properly inflated and not over- tire’s resistance to the generation of loaded.

  • Page 391: Tire Labeling

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tire Labeling The tires that came on your vehicle Rim diameter in inches. 2202 Date of manufacture. have a number of markings. Those you should be aware of are described Load index (a numerical code Maximum Tire Pressure below.

  • Page 392

    Main Menu Table of Contents Tire Labeling (PAX System Tires) PAX System Tire Labeling Load index (a numerical code The PAX system tires have different associated with the maximum markings from conventional tire load the tire can carry). markings. Following is an example of PAX system tire size with an Speed symbol (an explanation of what each component...

  • Page 393: Emissions Controls

    ‘‘smog.’’ canister while the engine is off. After Carbon monoxide does not contri- In Canada, Honda vehicles comply the engine is started and warmed up, bute to smog creation, but it is a with the Canadian emission the vapor is drawn into the engine poisonous gas.

  • Page 394

    System combustion and minimize the The exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) Honda replacement parts or their amount of HC, CO, and NOx that system takes some of the exhaust equivalent for repairs. Using lower comes out the tailpipe.

  • Page 395: Three Way Catalytic Converter

    The catalytic converter is referred to as a three-way catalyst, since it acts on HC, CO, and NOx. A replacement unit must be an original Honda part or its equivalent. The three way catalytic converter THREE WAY CATALYTIC CONVERTERS...

  • Page 396: State Emissions Testing

    Main Menu Table of Contents State Emissions Testing Testing of Readiness Codes If the testing facility determines that Without touching the accelerator If you take your vehicle for a state the readiness codes are not set, you pedal, start the engine, and let it emissions test shortly after the will be requested to return at a later idle for 20 seconds.

  • Page 397

    Main Menu Table of Contents State Emissions Testing Select a nearby lightly traveled Then drive in city/suburban major highway where you can traffic for at least 10 minutes. maintain a speed of 50 to 60 mph When traffic conditions allow, let (80 to 97 km/h) for at least 20 the vehicle coast for several minutes.

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    Main Menu Warranty and Customer Relations Customer Service Information ........ Warranty Coverages ....Reporting Safety Defects (U.S. Vehicles) ......Authorized Manuals .....

  • Page 399: Customer Service Information

    Honda dealership personnel are U.S. Owners: In Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin trained professionals. They should Islands: American Honda Motor Co., Inc. be able to answer all your questions. Automobile Customer Service Bella International If you encounter a problem that your Mail Stop 500-2N-7A P.O.

  • Page 400: Warranty Coverages

    Restrictions and exclusions apply to Emissions Control Systems Defects Accessory Limited Warranty Honda accessories are covered all these warranties. Please read the Warranty and Emissions these two under this warranty. Time and 2005 Honda Warranty Information Performance Warranty warranties cover your vehicle’s...

  • Page 401

    NHTSA, U.S. Department of Administration (NHTSA) in addition However, NHTSA cannot become Transportation, Washington, to notifying American Honda Motor involved in individual problems D.C. 20590. You can also obtain Co., Inc. between you, your dealer, or other information about motor American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

  • Page 402: Authorized Manuals (u.s. Only)

    Purchasing Factory Authorized Manuals (U.S. only) Valid only for sales within the United States. Canadian owners should contact their authorized Honda dealer. The publications shown below can be purchased from Helm Incorporated. You can order in any of three ways:...

  • Page 403: Authorized Manuals

    Main Menu Table of Contents Authorized Manuals Service Manual: NOTE: Dealers and Companies please provide dealer or company name, and also the name of the person to whose attention the shipment should This manual covers maintenance and recommended be sent. For purchases outside U.S.A. please write to the address shown procedures for repair to engine and chassis components.

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    Main Menu Index Audio System ........ Brakes Automatic Seat Belt Tensioners . Anti-lock System (ABS) ... Accessories ........Automatic Lighting Off Feature . Break-in, New Linings ..... ACCESSORY (Ignition Key Automatic Speed Control ..... Bulb Replacement ....Position) ........Automatic Transmission ....

  • Page 405

    Main Menu Index Child Safety ........Coolant Booster Seats ......Adding ........Cancel Button ........ Child Seats ........Checking ........Capacities Chart ......Important Safety Reminders ..Proper Solution ......Carbon Monoxide Hazard ..... Infants .......... Temperature Gauge ....Cargo Area Light ......

  • Page 406

    Main Menu Index Dipstick Emergencies ........Oil, What Kind to Use ....Automatic Transmission ..Battery, Jump Starting ..... Overheating ....... Engine Oil ........Brake System Indicator ... Specifications ......Directional Signals ......Changing a Flat Tire ....Starting ........Disc Brake Wear Indicators ..

  • Page 407

    Main Menu Index Fluids Gasoline ......... Daytime Running Lights ..Automatic Transmission ..Fuel Reserve Indicator ....High Beam Indicator ....Brake .......... Gauge ........... Reminder Chime ....... Power Steering ......Octane Requirement ....Replacing Halogen Bulbs ..Windshield Washers ....

  • Page 408

    Main Menu Index Indicators ......... Individual Map Lights ....ABS (Anti-lock Brake) ..65, Infant Restraint ....... Brake (Parking and Brake Infant Seats ........Label, Certification ....... System) ......63, LATCH Anchorage System ..Lane Change, Signaling ....Charging System ....

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    Main Menu Index Low Coolant Level ......Moving the Second Row Bucket Outside Mirrors ......Low Fuel Indicator ......Seat ..........Overheating, Engine ....Low Oil Pressure Indicator . 63, Multi-Information Display ..... Owner Maintenance Checks ..Lower Anchors ........ Oxygenated Fuels ......

  • Page 410

    Main Menu Index Power Windows ......Rear Window Wiper and Rotation, Tire ........ Pregnancy, Using Seat Belts ..Washer ........Protecting Adults and Teens ..Reclining the Seat Backs ..150, Additional Safety Precautions . Reclining the Second Seats ..

  • Page 411

    Main Menu Index Seats ..........Off Indicator ......33, With a Dead Battery ....Adjustments ...... . 149, Side Marker Lights, Bulb State Emissions Testing ....Drivers Lumbar Support ..Replacement ......Steam Coming from Engine ..Folding the Third Seat .....

  • Page 412

    Main Menu Index Taking Care of the Unexpected . Rotating ........Unleaded Gasoline ......Technical Descriptions Snow ........... Upper Glove Box ......Emissions Control Systems ..Specifications ......Used Oil, How to Dispose of ..Three Way Catalytic Tire Chains ........

  • Page 413

    Main Menu Index Wheels Adjusting the Steering ..... Alignment and Balance .... Compact Spare ......Wrench ........Windows Auto Reverse ......Operating the Power ....Rear, Defogger ......Windshield Cleaning ........Defroster ........Washers ........Wipers, Windshield Changing Blades ....... Operation ........

  • Page 414: Service Information Summary

    35 psi (240 kPa , 2.4 kgf/cm ) Recommended Engine Oil: Brake Fluid: EX with Leather and Canadian API Premium grade 5W-20 Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid Touring models: detergent oil (see page DOT 3 preferred, or a DOT 3 or Front: DOT 4 brake fluid as a temporary 35 psi (240 kPa , 2.4 kgf/cm )

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