10 ® The Technology Reference Guide is designed to help you get acquainted with your new Honda and provide basic instructions on some of its technology and convenience features. This guide covers the Pilot LX and EX. This guide is not intended as a substitute for the Owner’s Manual.
AUTO DOOR LOCKS AUTO DOOR LOCKS Program how and when the vehicle doors automatically lock and unlock. Program how and when the vehicle doors automatically lock and unlock. Default Lock/Unlock Setting Programming the Auto Door Unlock Setting To program all doors and the tailgate to unlock when you shift to Park: 1.
INSTRUMENT PANEL INDICATORS Briefly appear with each engine start. Red and amber indicators are most critical. Blue and green indicators are used for general information. Malfunction Indicators Maintenance Minder: Washer level (if equipped): If an indicator remains on, there may be a problem; see your dealer Add fluid Make dealer appointment Starter system: Hold ignition...
INFORMATION DISPLAY TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS) Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information. Monitors the vehicle’s tire pressures. Accessing the Information Display How It Works Each tire valve stem contains a TPMS sensor. When the tire pressure drops significantly below recommended levels, the low tire pressure indicator comes on.
HOMELINK CD LIBRARY (EX ONLY) (EX ONLY) ® Store up to 18 audio CDs in the system memory. The HomeLink Universal Transceiver can be programmed to operate up to three remote-controlled devices around your home, such as garage doors, lighting, or home security systems.
Bluetooth-compatible phone only when the vehicle is stopped. Place and receive phone calls through your vehicle’s audio system. Visit handsfreelink.honda.com to check if your phone is compatible. Use the audio selector knob to make and enter selections.
Pairing Your Phone (continued) Dialing a Number Use this pairing method when a phone has already been paired to the system, or Use the audio selector knob to make and enter selections. when you want to pair an additional phone. 1.
Play audio files from your compatible phone through your vehicle’s audio system. Visit handsfreelink.honda.com to check if this feature is available on your phone. Use the audio selector knob to make and enter selections. Playing Bluetooth Audio Files 1.
Register collisions, but they do not provide protection in all collisions. at owners.honda.com to ensure that you continue to enjoy the experience of owning a Honda. Always make sure you and your passengers wear seat belts, and that young children are properly secured in a child seat or booster in the rear seat.