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2016 Honda Accord Sedan Owner’s Guide
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Printed in U.S.A.
Accord Sedan
OWNER’S
GUIDE
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DISCLOSURES
Devices That Emit Radio Waves
Event Data Recorders
The following products and systems on your vehicle emit radio waves when in
operation:
• Bluetooth Audio
• Remote transmitter
• Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®
• Smart entry system*
This vehicle is equipped with an event data recorder (EDR). The main purpose of
an EDR is to record, in certain crash or near crash-like situations, such as an air
bag deployment or hitting a road obstacle, data that will assist in understanding
how a vehicle’s systems performed. The EDR is designed to record data related to
vehicle dynamics and safety systems for a short period of time, typically
30 seconds or less. The EDR in this vehicle is designed to record such data as:
• HomeLink® Universal Transceiver
• Wireless charger*
• How various systems in your vehicle were operating;
• Audio system
®
• Immobilizer system
Each of the above complies with the appropriate requirements or the required
standards of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) and Industry Canada,
described below:
• Whether or not the driver and passenger safety belts were buckled/fastened;
As required by the FCC:
• How fast the vehicle was traveling.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
These data can help provide a better understanding of the circumstances in
which crashes and injuries occur. NOTE: EDR data are recorded by your vehicle
only if a non-trivial crash situation occurs; no data are recorded by the EDR under
normal driving conditions and no personal data (e.g., name, gender, age, and
crash location) are recorded. However, other parties, such as law enforcement,
could combine the EDR data with the type of personally identifying data routinely
acquired during a crash investigation.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
As required by Industry Canada:
This device complies with Industry Canada Standard RSS-Gen/210/251/310.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not
cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.
California Perchlorate Contamination Prevention Act
The airbags, seat belt tensioners, and CR-type batteries in this vehicle may
contain perchlorate materials—special handling may apply. See www.dtsc.
ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate/ for more information.
California Proposition 65 Warning
WARNING: This product contains or emits chemicals known to the state of
California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
*if equipped
• How far (if at all) the driver was depressing the accelerator and/or brake
pedal; and,
To read data recorded by an EDR, special equipment is required, and access to
the vehicle or the EDR is needed. In addition to the vehicle manufacturer, other
parties such as law enforcement that have the special equipment can read the
information if they have access to the vehicle or the EDR.
The data belong to the vehicle owner and may not be accessed by anyone else
except as legally required or with the permission of the vehicle owner.
Service Diagnostic Recorders
This vehicle is equipped with service-related devices that record information
about powertrain performance. The data can be used to verify emissions law
requirements and/or help technicians diagnose and solve service problems. It may
also be combined with data from other sources for research purposes, but
it remains confidential.
INTRODUCTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
This Owner’s Guide is intended to help you quickly get acquainted with your
2016 Honda Accord Sedan. It provides basic information and instructions on
technology and convenience features, as well as emergency procedures and how to
get assistance.
VISUAL INDEX........................................1
Setting the Clock..................................49
Steering Wheel and Nearby Controls...1
AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY..............50
This guide is for vehicles sold in the United States and Canada. It covers all Accord
Sedan models, so you may find descriptions of features and equipment that are not
in your vehicle. Images throughout this guide are from U.S. vehicles and represent
features and equipment that are available on some, but not all, models.
Dashboard and Other Controls............2
Basic Audio Operation........................50
SAFETY INFORMATION.........................3
Models with one display
Important Safety Information...............3
One Display Audio Operation............54
Seat Belts................................................5
FM/AM Radio........................................55
Airbags.....................................................8
Compact Disc (CD)...............................56
Child Safety...........................................14
iPod®......................................................57
Safety Label Locations........................21
USB Flash Drive...................................58
Reporting Safety Defects....................22
Bluetooth ® Audio.................................59
INSTRUMENT PANEL..........................23
Pandora®...............................................60
Malfunction Indicators.......................23
Models with touchscreen
Condition Indicators............................25
Touchscreen Operation......................61
On/Off Indicators..................................26
HondaLink®...........................................63
Information Display*...........................27
Wi-Fi Connection.................................64
Multi-Information Display (MID)*.....28
Aha™ Radio..........................................64
VEHICLE CONTROLS............................30
Apple CarPlay.......................................65
American Honda Motor Company strives to be proactive in protecting our
environment and natural resources. By using electronic delivery for a considerable
portion of the information typically found in a vehicle owner’s manual, we are further
reducing our impact on the environment.
Using the Key or Remote
Transmitter*..........................................30
Android Auto.........................................66
Smart Entry System*............................31
SiriusXM® Radio*................................68
Door Operation.....................................32
Honda Automobile Customer Service
Compact Disc (CD) ..............................69
Power Window Operation.................33
iPod®......................................................70
Your authorized Honda dealer should be able to answer any questions you have
about your vehicle. However, if you are dissatisfied with the information you receive,
you can call Honda Automobile Customer Service (see page 152).
Power Moonroof Operation* ............34
USB Flash Drive...................................71
Interior and Exterior Lights................35
Bluetooth ® Audio.................................72
Call (800) 999-1009 (U.S.) or (888) 946-6329 (Canada)
Wiper Operation...................................37
This guide is not intended to be a substitute for the Owner’s Manual. The Owner
Information CD enclosed in your glove box kit includes the Owner’s Manual,
Navigation Manual, and vehicle and tire warranties in electronic format. This
information can be viewed on a computer (PC or Mac platform) and saved or printed
for your reference. You can also visit owners.honda.com (U.S.) or myhonda.ca
(Canada) to view the complete and most current information.
If you are the first registered owner of your vehicle, you may request a complimentary
printed copy of the Owner’s Manual, Navigation Manual, or Vehicle Warranty within
the first six months of vehicle purchase. To request a copy, visit owners.honda.com
(U.S.) and create or log in to your account. In Canada, please request a copy from
your Honda dealer.
Auto High-Beam System*...................36
FM/AM Radio .......................................67
Pandora®...............................................73
BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK®.....74
Honda Roadside Assistance
One-Touch Turn Signal........................38
24-hour emergency road service is available to you in the United States and Canada
throughout your 3-year/36,000-mile warranty term. Services include jump starting,
flat tire and lockout assistance, towing, and more (limitations apply).
Adjusting the Seats.............................39
Adjusting the Steering Wheel...........43
Pairing a Phone....................................75
Driving Position Memory System*.... 43
Call (866) 864-5211 (U.S.) or (800) 465-7587 (Canada)
Making a Call.......................................76
Adjusting the Mirrors..........................44
SMS Text Messaging..........................78
HomeLink® Garage Opener*..............45
Models with touchscreen
Climate Control System .....................46
Models with one display
Basic HFL Operation............................74
Basic HFL Operation............................79
Seat Heaters*.......................................47
Pairing a Phone....................................81
Customized Features...........................48
Making a Call.......................................82
*if equipped
Visual Index
SMS Text Messaging and E-Mail*.... 84
Shift Lever Does Not Move*............116
HondaLink Assist...............................85
Jump Starting.....................................117
Siri™ Eyes Free....................................86
Overheating.........................................119
NAVIGATION*.......................................87
Emergency Engine Stop*..................120
Basic Navigation Operation..............87
Emergency Towing............................120
Entering a Destination........................89
Routing...................................................92
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS).................................................121
DRIVING.................................................94
Changing a Flat Tire...........................123
Before Driving......................................94
Fuse Locations....................................126
Maximum Load Limit...........................96
MAINTENANCE..................................129
Towing a Trailer...................................98
Safety Precautions............................129
Remote Engine Start*..........................99
Maintenance Minder™....................130
Starting to Drive.................................100
Under the Hood...................................132
Shifting.................................................101
Engine Oil............................................134
Braking................................................104
Engine Coolant...................................137
Eco Assist System..............................105
Brake Fluid..........................................138
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA ), aka
Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
System..................................................105
Clutch Fluid*.......................................138
Cruise Control*...................................106
Changing Wiper Blades....................140
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)*......107
Tire Information..................................141
Road Departure Mitigation
(RDM)*.................................................109
Tire Labeling.......................................144
Lane Keeping Assist System
(LKAS)*.................................................110
Testing of Readiness Codes.............147
®
®
LaneWatch™*....................................111
Collision Mitigation Braking
System™ (CMBS™)*.........................112
Parking Sensor System*...................113
Multi-View Rear Camera..................114
Refueling.............................................115
HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED........116
Smart Entry Remote Battery
Strength*.............................................116
VISUAL INDEX
Quickly locate items in the vehicle’s interior.
Steering Wheel and Nearby Controls
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5
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Checking the Battery.........................139
Window Washer Fluid......................139
DOT Tire Quality Grading..................145
SPECIFICATIONS................................148
CUSTOMER INFORMATION..............151
Frequently Asked Questions/
Troubleshooting.................................151
Contact Us...........................................152
Honda Roadside Assistance............152
Warranty Coverages..........................153
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*if equipped
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1 Lights/turn signals/LaneWatch
button* p. 35, p. 38, p. 111
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Info (p/q) buttons* p. 28
SEL/RESET button* p. 28
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Audio controls p. 52
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Wipers/washers p. 37
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) button* p. 121
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Cruise control buttons* p. 106
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) buttons* p. 107
Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) button* p. 110
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Horn
Voice recognition buttons p. 74,
p. 79, p. 87
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SEL/RESET knob p. 27
Brightness control p. 35
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VOICE COMMAND INDEX.................154
INDEX...................................................156
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Instrument panel p. 23
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Information display* p. 27
Multi-information display* p. 28
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Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS) button* p. 110
ENGINE START/STOP button* p. 101
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA®) OFF button p. 105
Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™) OFF button* p. 112
Road Departure Mitigation (RDM)
button* p. 109
Parking sensor system button* p. 113
ECON button* p. 105
*if equipped
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Dashboard and Other Controls
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Your safety—and the safety of others—is very important, and operating this vehicle
safely is an important responsibility. While we strive to help you make informed
decisions about safety, it is not practical or possible to warn you about all the
hazards associated with operating or maintaining your vehicle. Therefore, you must
use your own good judgment.
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Important Safety Information
This guide explains many of your vehicle’s safety features and how to use them.
Please read this information carefully. Following the instructions below will also help
to keep you and your passengers safe.
Important Safety Precautions
• Always wear your seat belt.
• Secure all children in the proper restraint system.
• Be aware of airbag hazards.
• Don’t drink and drive.
• Pay appropriate attention to the task of driving safely.
• Control your speed.
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Audio system/touchscreen*/
navigation* system p. 54, p. 79,
p. 87
Climate control system p. 46
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Seat heater switches* p. 47
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USB port p. 50
Wireless charger* p. 51
Accessory power socket p. 50
Rearview mirror p. 44
• Keep your vehicle in safe condition.
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Power window switches p. 33
Door lock switches p. 32
Door mirror controls p. 45
Hazard warning button
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Engaging in cell phone conversation or other activities that keep you from paying
close attention to the road, other vehicles, and pedestrians could lead to a crash.
Remember, situations can change quickly, and only you can decide when it is safe
to divert some attention away from driving.
Fuel fill door release handle
p. 115
Safety Messages
Trunk release button p. 32
When you see the following messages throughout this guide, pay close attention.
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Shift lever p. 101
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Hood release handle p. 133
DANGER
You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow instructions.
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Driving Position Memory System buttons* p. 43
WARNING
You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow instructions.
CAUTION
You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow instructions.
NOTICE
This information is intended to help you avoid damage to your vehicle, other property, or the environment.
*if equipped
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Carbon Monoxide Gas
Seat Belts
The engine exhaust from this vehicle contains carbon monoxide, a colorless,
odorless, and highly toxic gas. As long as you properly maintain your vehicle and
follow the instructions set forth below, you will not accumulate dangerous levels
of carbon monoxide gas in the vehicle interior.
A seat belt is your best protection in all types of collisions. Airbags are designed to
supplement seat belts, not replace them. So even though your vehicle is equipped
with airbags, make sure you and your passengers always wear your seat belts and
wear them properly.
Have the exhaust system inspected for leaks whenever:
Lap/Shoulder Seat Belts
• The exhaust system is making an unusual noise.
All five seating positions are equipped with lap/shoulder seat belts with
emergency locking retractors. In normal driving, the retractor lets you move
freely while keeping some tension on the belt. During a collision or sudden stop,
the retractor locks to restrain your body. The rear seat belts also have a lockable
retractor for use with child seats.
• The exhaust system may have been damaged.
• The vehicle is raised for an oil change.
When you operate a vehicle with the trunk open, airflow can pull exhaust gas
into the interior and create a hazardous condition. If you must drive with the trunk
open, open all the windows and set the climate control system as shown below.
1. Select the fresh air mode.
2. Select the
mode.
The front seats are equipped with automatic seat belt tensioners to enhance
safety. The tensioners automatically tighten the front seat belts during a moderate
to severe frontal collision, sometimes even if the collision is not severe enough to
inflate the front airbags.
Proper Use of Seat Belts
3. Set the fan speed to high.
4. Set the temperature control to a comfortable setting.
­ djust the climate control system in the same manner if you sit in your parked
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vehicle with the engine running.
WARNING
Carbon monoxide gas is toxic. Breathing it can cause unconsciousness and
even kill you.
Avoid any enclosed areas or activities that expose you to carbon monoxide.
An enclosed area such as a garage can quickly fill up with carbon monoxide gas.
Do not run the engine with the garage door closed. Even when the garage door is
open, drive out of the garage immediately after starting the engine.
Follow these guidelines for proper use:
• All occupants should sit upright, well back in the seat, and remain in that
position for the duration of the trip. Slouching and leaning reduce the
effectiveness of the belt and can increase the chance of serious injury in a
crash.
• Never place the shoulder part of a lap/shoulder seat belt under your arm or
behind your back. This could cause very serious injuries in a crash.
• Two people should never use the same seat belt. If they do, they could be very
seriously injured in a crash.
• Do not put any accessories on the seat belts. Devices intended to improve
comfort or reposition the shoulder part of a seat belt can reduce the protective
capability and increase the chance of serious injury in a crash.
• No one should sit in a seat with an inoperative seat belt or one that does not
appear to be working correctly. Using a seat belt that is not working properly
may not protect the occupant in a crash. Have a dealer check the belt as soon
as possible.
WARNING
Not wearing a seat belt properly increases the chance of a serious injury or
death in a crash, even though your vehicle has airbags.
Be sure you and your passengers always wear seat belts and wear them
properly.
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Seat Belt Inspection
Fastening a Seat Belt
Regularly check the condition of your seat belts as follows:
Adjust your seat to the proper position (see page 39), and then follow the below
steps.
• Pull each belt out fully, and look for frays, cuts, burns, and wear.
• Check that the latches work smoothly and the belts retract easily. If a belt does
not retract easily, cleaning the belt may correct the problem. Use only mild soap
and warm water. Do not use bleach or cleaning solvents. Make sure the belt is
completely dry before allowing it to retract.
Any belt that is not in good condition or working properly will not provide proper
protection and should be replaced as soon as possible.
A belt that has been worn during a crash may not provide the same level of
protection in a subsequent crash. Have your seat belts inspected by a dealer after
any collision.
WARNING
Not checking or maintaining seat belts can result in serious injury or death if
the seat belts do not work properly when needed.
Check your seat belts regularly and have any problem corrected as soon as
possible.
1. Pull the seat belt out slowly.
Pull out
slowly.
2. Insert the latch plate into the buckle, then tug
on the belt to make sure the buckle is secure.
Make sure that the belt is not twisted or caught
on anything.
3. Position the lap part of the belt as low as possible
across your hips, then pull up on the shoulder
part of the belt so the lap part fits snugly. This lets
your strong pelvic bones take the force of a crash
and reduces the chance of internal injuries.
Latch
plate
4. If necessary, pull up on the belt again to remove
any slack, then make sure that the belt rests
across the center of your chest and over your
shoulder. This spreads the forces of a crash over
the strongest bones in your upper body.
Buckle
Lap belt
as low as
possible.
To release the belt, push the red PRESS button
then guide the belt by hand until it has retracted
completely.
WARNING
Improperly positioning the seat belts can cause serious injury or death in a
crash.
Make sure all seat belts are properly positioned before driving.
Adjusting the Shoulder Anchor
The front seats have adjustable shoulder anchors to accommodate taller and
shorter occupants.
1. Move the anchor up and down while holding the
release button.
2. Position the anchor so that the belt rests across
the center of your chest and over your shoulder.
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Airbags
Side Airbags
Your vehicle is equipped with three types of airbags: front airbags, side airbags, and
side curtain airbags.
The side airbags help protect the upper torso and pelvis of the driver or a front
passenger during a moderate-to-severe side impact. They are housed in the
outside edge of the driver’s and front passenger’s seat-backs. Both are marked
SIDE AIRBAG.
Front Airbags (SRS)
The front SRS airbags inflate in a moderate-to-severe frontal collision to help
protect the head and chest of the driver and/or front passenger. They are housed
in the center of the steering wheel for the driver, and in the dashboard for the front
passenger. Both airbags are marked SRS AIRBAG.
SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) indicates that the airbags are designed to
supplement seat belts, not replace them. Seat belts are the occupant’s primary
restraint system.
Advanced Airbags
Your front airbags have advanced features to help reduce the likelihood of airbagrelated injuries to smaller occupants.
The driver’s advanced front airbag system includes
a seat position sensor. If the seat is too far forward,
the airbag inflates with less force, regardless of the
severity of the impact.
Driver’s
seat
position
sensor
If there is a problem with the driver’s seat position
sensor, the SRS indicator will come on and the
airbag will inflate with full (normal) force, regardless
of the driver’s seating position.
The passenger’s advanced front airbag system
has weight sensors. Although Honda recommends
against carrying an infant or small child in front, if
the sensors detect the weight of a child (up to 65 lbs
or 29 kg), the system will automatically turn off the
passenger’s front airbag.
Side Curtain Airbags
Side curtain airbags help protect the head of the driver and passengers in outer
seating positions during a moderate-to-severe side impact. The side curtain
airbags equipped in this vehicle are also designed to help reduce the likelihood
of partial and complete ejection of vehicle occupants through side windows in
crashes, particularly rollover crashes.
The side curtain airbags are located in the ceiling
above the side windows on both sides of the
vehicle.
The side curtain airbags are designed to deploy
in a rollover or moderate-to-severe side impact.
If the SRS control unit senses that your vehicle is
about to roll over, it immediately deploys both side
curtain airbags and activates both front seat belt
tensioners. If the impact is on the passenger’s side,
the passenger’s side curtain airbag deploys even if
there is no passenger in the passenger’s seat.
Side curtain airbag storage
Deployed side curtain airbag
To get the best protection from the side curtain airbags, occupants should wear
their seat belts properly and sit upright and well back in their seats.
Passenger’s
seat
weight
sensors
For both advanced front airbags to work properly:
• Do not spill any liquid on or under the seats.
• Do not put any object under the passenger’s seat.
Do not attach any objects to the side windows or roof pillars, as they can interfere
with the proper operation of the side curtain airbags.
When side curtain airbags deploy in a frontal collision
One or both side curtain airbags may inflate in a moderate-to-severe angled
frontal collision. In this case, the side curtain airbags will deploy slightly after the
front airbags.
• Make sure any objects are positioned properly on the floor. Improperly
positioned objects can interfere with the advanced airbag sensors.
• All occupants should sit upright and wear their seat belts properly.
• Do not place any cover over any part of the passenger side dashboard.
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Important Facts About Your Airbags
Passenger airbag off indicator
Always wear your seat belt properly, and sit upright and as far back from the
steering wheel as possible while allowing full control of the vehicle. A front
passenger should move their seat as far back from the dashboard as possible.
The indicator comes on to alert you that the front
passenger’s front airbag has been turned off. This
occurs when the front passenger’s weight sensors
detect 65 lbs (29 kg) or less, the weight of an infant
or small child, on the seat.
Do not place hard or sharp objects between yourself and a front airbag. Carrying
hard or sharp objects on your lap, or driving with a pipe or other sharp object in
your mouth, can result in injuries if your front airbag inflates.
Do not attach or place objects on the front airbag covers. Objects on the covers
marked SRS AIRBAG could interfere with the proper operation of the airbags or be
propelled inside the vehicle and hurt someone if the airbags inflate.
Do not attach accessories on or near the side airbags. They can interfere with the
proper operation of the airbags, or hurt someone if an airbag inflates.
Do not attach any objects to the side windows or roof pillars. They can interfere
with the proper operation of the side curtain airbags.
Do not cover or replace the front seat-back covers. This can prevent your side
airbags from properly deploying during a side impact.
WARNING
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 box closed while driving.
Airbag System Indicators
If a problem occurs in the airbag system, the SRS indicator comes on and a
message appears on the multi-information display*.
SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) indicator
U.S.
Canada
Infants and small children should always ride
properly restrained in a back seat.
Objects placed on the seat can also cause the indicator to come on.
If the front passenger‘s seat is empty, the passenger’s front airbag will not deploy
and the indicator will not come on.
If the indicator comes on with no occupant or objects in the front passenger’s
seat, something may be interfering with the weight sensors, such as:
• An object hanging on the seat or in the seat-back pocket.
• A child seat or other object pressing against the rear of the seat-back.
• A rear passenger pushing or pulling on the back of the front passenger’s seat.
• The front seat or seat-back is forced against an object on the seat or floor
behind it.
• An object placed under the front passenger’s seat.
If none of these conditions exist, have your vehicle checked by a dealer as soon
as possible.
The passenger airbag off indicator may go on and off repeatedly if the total weight
on the seat is near the airbag cutoff threshold.
*
If the indicator comes on at any other time besides
vehicle start-up, or does not come on at all, have the
system checked by a dealer as soon as possible. If
you don’t, your airbags and seat belt tensioners may
not work properly when they are needed.
WARNING
Ignoring the SRS indicator can result in serious injury or death if the airbag
systems or tensioners do not work properly.
Have your vehicle checked by a dealer as soon as possible if the SRS
indicator alerts you to a possible problem.
*if equipped
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Airbag System Components
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rollover sensor that detects whether the vehicle is about to roll over and signal
the control unit to deploy both side curtain airbags.
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Airbag Care
You do not need to, and should not, perform any maintenance on or replace any
airbag system components yourself. However, you should have your vehicle
inspected by a dealer in the following situations:
When the airbags have deployed
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If an airbag has inflated, the control unit and other related parts must be replaced.
Similarly, once an automatic seat belt tensioner has been activated, it must be
replaced.
When the vehicle has been in a moderate-to-severe collision
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Two SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) front airbags. The driver’s airbag
is stored in the center of the steering wheel; the front passenger’s airbag is
stored in the dashboard. Both are marked SRS AIRBAG.
2 Two side airbags, one for the driver and one for the front passenger. The
airbags are stored in the outer edges of the seat-backs. Both are marked
SIDE AIRBAG.
3 Two side curtain airbags, one for each side of the vehicle. The airbags are
stored in the ceiling, above the side windows. The front and rear pillars are
marked SIDE CURTAIN AIRBAG.
4 An electronic control unit that continually monitors and can record
information about the sensors, the airbag activators, the seat belt tensioners,
and driver and front passenger seat belt use when the vehicle is on.
5 Automatic front seat belt tensioners. The driver’s and front passenger’s seat
belts incorporate sensors that detect whether or not they are fastened.
6 A driver’s seat position sensor. If the seat is too far forward, the airbag will
inflate with less force.
7 Weight sensors in the front passenger’s seat. The front passenger’s airbag
will be turned off if the weight on the seat is 65 lbs (29 kg) or less (the weight
of an infant or small child).
8 Impact sensors that can detect a moderate-to-severe front or side impact.
9 An indicator on the dashboard that alerts you that the front passenger’s front
airbag has been turned off.
10 An indicator on the instrument panel that alerts you to a possible problem
with the airbag system or seat belt tensioners.
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Even if the airbags did not inflate, have your dealer inspect the following: the
driver’s seat position sensor, weight sensors in the passenger’s seat, front seat
belt tensioners, and each seat belt that was worn during the crash.
Do not remove or modify a front seat without first consulting a dealer
This would likely disable the driver’s seat position sensor or the weight sensors
in the passenger’s seat. If it is necessary to remove or modify a front seat to
accommodate a person with disabilities, contact a Honda dealer. For U.S.
vehicles, call Honda Automobile Customer Service at (800) 999-1009. For Canadian
vehicles, call Honda Canada Customer Relations at (888) 946-6329.
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Safety
Safety
Child Safety
Each year, many children are injured or killed in vehicle crashes because they are
either unrestrained or not properly restrained. In fact, vehicle collisions are the
number one cause of death of children ages 12 and under.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Transport Canada
recommend that all children ages 12 and under be properly restrained in a rear seat.
Some states or provinces/territories have laws restricting where children may ride.
To reduce the number of child deaths and injuries, every state, Canadian province
and territory requires that infants and children be properly restrained when they ride
in a vehicle.
Protecting Child Passengers
• An inflating front or side airbag can injure or kill a child sitting in the front seat.
• A child in the front seat is more likely to interfere with the driver’s ability to
safely control the vehicle.
• Statistics show that children of all sizes and ages are safer when they are
properly restrained in a rear seat.
WARNING
Allowing a child to play with a seat belt or wrap one around their neck can
result in serious injury or death.
Instruct children not to play with any seat belt and make sure any unused
seat belt a child can reach is buckled, fully retracted, and locked.
Protecting Infants
An infant must be properly restrained in a rear-facing, reclining child seat until the
infant reaches the seat maker’s weight or height limit for the seat, and the infant
is at least one year old. Many experts recommend use of a rear-facing seat for
a child up to two years old if the child’s height and weight are appropriate for a
rear-facing seat.
Child seats must be placed and secured in a rear
seating position. Rear-facing child seats should
never be installed in a forward-facing position.
• Any child who is too small to wear a seat belt correctly must be restrained in an
approved child seat that is properly secured to the vehicle using either the lap
belt portion of the lap/shoulder belt or the lower anchors of the LATCH system.
• Never hold a child on your lap because it is impossible to protect them in the
event of a collision.
• Never put a seat belt over yourself and a child. During a crash, the belt would
likely press deep into the child and cause serious or fatal injuries.
• Never let two children use the same seat belt. Both children could be very
seriously injured in a crash.
• Do not allow children to operate the doors, windows, or seat adjusters.
• Do not leave children in the vehicle unattended, especially in hot weather when
the inside of the vehicle can get hot enough to kill them. They could also activate
vehicle controls, causing it to move unexpectedly.
When properly installed, a rear-facing child seat may prevent the driver or a front
passenger from moving their seat all the way back, or from locking their seat-back
in the desired position. If this occurs, we recommend that you install the child
seat directly behind the front passenger’s seat, move the seat as far forward as
needed, and leave it unoccupied. Or, you may wish to get a smaller rear-facing
child seat.
WARNING
Placing a rear-facing child seat in the front seat can result in serious injury or
death during a crash.
Always place a rear-facing child seat in the rear seat, not the front.
WARNING
Children who are unrestrained or improperly restrained can be seriously
injured or killed in a crash.
Any child too small for a seat belt should be properly restrained in a child
seat. A larger child should be properly restrained with a seat belt, using a
booster seat if necessary.
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Safety
Safety
Protecting Smaller Children
Installing a LATCH-Compatible Child Seat
If a child is at least one year old and within the weight range indicated by the child
seat manufacturer, the child should be properly restrained in a firmly secured
forward-facing child seat.
A LATCH-compatible child seat can be installed in either of the two outer rear
seats. A child seat is attached to the lower anchors with either the rigid or flexible
type of connectors.
We strongly recommend placing a forward-facing
child seat in a rear seating position.
1. Locate the lower anchors under the marks.
Placing a forward-facing child seat in the front seat
can be hazardous, even with advanced front airbags
that automatically turn the passenger’s front airbag
off. A rear seat is the safest place for a child.
WARNING
2. Place the child seat on the vehicle seat, then
attach the child seat to the lower anchors
according to the instructions that came with the
child seat. Make sure that the lower anchors
are not obstructed by the seat belt or any other
object.
Placing a forward-facing child seat in the front seat can result in serious
injury or death if the front airbag inflates.
3. Open the tether anchor cover behind the head
restraint.
If you must place a forward-facing child seat in front, move the vehicle seat
as far back as possible, and properly restrain the child.
4. Raise the head restraint to its highest position,
then route the tether strap between the head
restraint legs, and secure the tether strap hook
onto the anchor.
Selecting a Child Seat
Most child seats are LATCH-compatible (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren).
Some have a rigid-type connector, while others have a flexible-type connector.
Both are equally easy to use. Some existing and previously owned child seats can
only be installed using the seat belt. Whichever type you choose, follow the child
seat manufacturer’s use and care instructions as well as the instructions in this
manual. Proper installation is key to maximizing your child’s safety.
5. Tighten the tether strap according to the seat
maker’s instructions.
In seating positions and vehicles not equipped with LATCH, a LATCH-compatible
child seat can be installed using the seat belt and a top tether for added security.
This is because all child seats are required to be designed so that they can be
secured with a lap belt or the lap part of a lap/shoulder belt. In addition, the
child seat manufacturer may advise that a seat belt be used to attach a LATCHcompatible seat once a child reaches a specified weight. Please read the child
seat owner’s manual for proper installation instructions.
7. Make sure any unused seat belt that a child
can reach is buckled, the lockable retractor
is activated, and the belt is fully retracted and
locked.
6. Make sure the child seat is firmly secured by
rocking it forward and back and side to side; little
movement should be felt.
Marks
Lower anchors
Rigid type
Flexible type
Tether strap hook
Anchor
Important considerations when selecting a child seat
Make sure the child seat meets the following three requirements:
• The child seat is the correct type and size for the child.
• The child seat is the correct type for the seating position.
• The child seat is compliant with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213 or
Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213.
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Safety
Safety
Installing a Child Seat with a Lap/Shoulder Seat Belt
Adding Security with a Tether
1. Place the child seat on the vehicle seat.
A tether anchorage point is provided behind each rear seating position. A child
seat that is installed with a seat belt and comes with a tether can use the tether
for additional security.
2. Route the seat belt through the child seat
according to the seat manufacturer’s
instructions, and insert the latch plate into the
buckle. Insert the latch plate fully until it clicks.
3. Slowly pull the shoulder part of the belt all the
way out until it stops. This activates the lockable
retractor.
4. Let the seat belt completely wind up into the
retractor, then try to pull it out to make sure the
retractor is locked. If you are able to pull the
shoulder belt out, the lockable retractor is not
activated. Pull the seat belt all the way out, and
repeat steps 3 – 4.
5. Grab the shoulder part of the seat belt near the
buckle, and pull up to remove any slack from
the lap part of the belt. When doing this, place
your weight on the child seat and push it into the
vehicle seat.
6. Make sure the child seat is firmly secured by
rocking it forward and back and side to side; little
movement should be felt.
1. Locate the appropriate tether anchorage point
and lift the cover.
Tether anchorage points
Cover
2. Raise the head restraint to its highest position,
then route the tether strap through the head
restraint legs. Make sure the strap is not twisted.
Anchor
Outer position
3. Secure the tether strap hook onto the anchor.
Tether strap hook
Anchor
Center position
Tether strap
hook
4. Tighten the tether strap according to the seat
manufacturer’s instructions.
Anchor
7. Make sure any unused seat belt that a child
can reach is buckled, the lockable retractor
is activated, and the belt is fully retracted and
locked.
To deactivate a lockable retractor, release the buckle and allow the seat belt to
wind up all the way.
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Safety
Safety
Protecting Larger Children
Safety Label Locations
When a child is too big for a child seat, secure the child in a rear seat using the
lap/shoulder seat belt.
Safety labels are in the locations shown. They warn you of potential hazards that
can cause serious injury or death. Read these labels carefully.
Have the child sit upright and all the way back, then ensure the following:
• The child’s knees bend comfortably over the edge
of the seat.
Sun visor
U.S. models
Canadian models
• The shoulder belt crosses between the child’s
neck and arm.
• The lap part of the seat belt is as low as possible,
touching the child’s thighs.
• The child can stay seated for the whole trip.
If a lap/shoulder belt cannot be used properly, position the child in a booster seat
in a rear seating position. For the child’s safety, check that the child meets the
booster seat manufacturer’s recommendations.
Dashboard
U.S. models only
Radiator cap
Some U.S. states and Canadian provinces/territories require children to use a
booster seat until they reach a given age or weight (e.g., 6 years or 60 lbs). Be sure
to check current laws in the state or province/territory where you intend to drive.
WARNING
Allowing a child age 12 or under to sit in the front can result in injury or death
if the passenger’s front airbag inflates.
If a larger child must ride in front, move the vehicle seat as far to the rear as
possible, then have the child sit up properly and wear the seat belt properly,
using a booster seat if needed.
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Safety
Reporting Safety Defects
In the U.S.
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could
cause injury or death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying American Honda Motor Co.,
Inc.
Instrument Panel
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Learn about the indicators, gauges, and displays related to driving the vehicle.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds
that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy
campaign. However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems
between you, your dealer, or American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
To contact NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Safety Hotline toll-free at 1-888-3274236 (TTY: 1-800-424-9153); go to http://www.safercar.gov; or write to: Administrator,
NHTSA, 1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20590. You can also obtain
other information about motor vehicle safety from http://www.safercar.gov.
In Canada
If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could
cause injury or death, you should immediately inform Honda Canada, Inc., and you
may also inform Transport Canada.
If Transport Canada receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if
it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may lead to a recall and
remedy campaign. However, Transport Canada cannot become involved in individual
problems between you, your dealer, or Honda Canada, Inc.
To contact Transport Canada’s Defect Investigations and Recalls Division, you may
call 1-800-333-0510. For more information on reporting safety defects or about motor
vehicle safety, go to http://www.tc.gc.ca/roadsafety.
Indicators briefly appear with each engine start and then go out. Red and amber
indicators are most critical. Blue and green indicators are used for general
information.
Malfunction Indicators
These are the most critical indicators. If they come on and stay lit while driving or at
any other time, there may be a problem. See your dealer if necessary.
Brake system
• Brake fluid is low.
• The brake system has a problem.
Canada Press the brake pedal lightly to check pedal pressure. If normal, check
the brake fluid level when you stop. If abnormal, take immediate action. If
necessary, downshift the transmission to slow the vehicle using engine
braking. Have your vehicle repaired immediately.
U.S.
Low oil pressure
Engine oil pressure is low. Stop in a safe place. Open the hood. Check the oil
level, and add oil if necessary (see page 134). If the indicator does not turn
off, have your vehicle repaired immediately.
Charging system
The battery is not charging. Turn off all electrical items, but do not turn off
the vehicle to prevent further battery discharge. Have your vehicle repaired
immediately.
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)
There is a problem with one of the airbag systems or seat belt tensioners.
Smart Entry system*
There is a problem with the smart entry system.
*if equipped
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Instrument Panel
Instrument Panel
Malfunction indicator lamp (check engine light)
• The emissions control system may have a problem, or the fuel cap is loose or missing.
• (Blinks) A misfire in the engine’s cylinders is detected. Stop in a safe place,
and wait for the engine to cool down.
Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
There is a problem with the anti-lock brake system. Your vehicle still has
normal braking ability, but no anti-lock function.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
There is a problem with the tire pressure monitoring system, or the vehicle is
fitted with the compact spare tire.
Light control*
There is a problem with the automatic lighting control system or low beam
headlights.
Parking sensor system*
There is a problem with the system, or the sensor(s) are blocked.
Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)*
There is a problem with the system, the temperature is too high, or the
camera is blocked.
®
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA )
There is a problem with the VSA system.
U.S.
Canada
Brake system
There is a problem with the brake system.
Condition Indicators
These indicators may require you to perform an action.
U.S.
Canada
Parking brake
Release the parking brake before driving. You will hear a beep if you drive
with it not fully released.
Seat belt reminder
Make sure seat belts are fastened for you and all passengers. The indicator
blinks and beeps sound continuously if you or your front passenger has not
fastened your seat belts when you begin driving. If the indicator remains on
after seat belts are fastened, see your dealer.
Door open
A door is not closed. A beep sounds while driving if a door is open.
Electric Power Steering (EPS)
There is a problem with the EPS system.
Low tire pressure*
Stop in a safe place, check tire pressures, and inflate tire(s) if necessary.
The indicator also appears if your vehicle is fitted with the compact spare
tire. Have your regular tire repaired or replaced as soon as possible.
Auto High-Beam System*
There is a problem with the system, or the camera is blocked.
Washer fluid level (Canadian models)
The washer fluid is low. Refill the washer fluid (see page 139).
Starter system*
There is a problem with the starter system. If you cannot start the vehicle,
press the brake pedal, then press and hold the ENGINE START/STOP button
(see page 101) for 15 seconds.
System message*
When a condition or malfunction indicator comes on, a message also
appears on the multi-information display. Check the display for more
information.
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)*
There is a problem with the system, the temperature is too high, or the radar
sensor is blocked.
Maintenance Minder™*
Scheduled maintenance for your vehicle is due (see page 131).
*if equipped
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Road Departure Mitigation (RDM)*
There is a problem with the system, the temperature is too high, or the
camera is blocked.
Low fuel
Refuel as soon as possible. If the indicator blinks, there is a problem with the
fuel gauge. See your dealer.
Canada
U.S.
Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)*
There is a problem with the system, the temperature is too high, or the
camera is blocked.
*if equipped
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Instrument Panel
Instrument Panel
Immobilizer
Your key or remote transmitter cannot be recognized by the vehicle. If the
indicator blinks, you may not be able to start the engine. Turn the vehicle off,
and then on again. If it continues to blink, there may be a problem with the
system. See your dealer.
Information Display*
Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information.
On/Off Indicators
These indicators remind you when an item is on or off.
VSA off
Turn signals/hazards on
VSA engaged (blinking)
Fog lights* on
CRUISE MAIN on
High beams on
CRUISE CONTROL on
Exterior lights on
ACC* on
Auto High-Beam System* on
LKAS* on
ECON mode* on
Select/reset
knob
Press the select/reset knob to cycle through the displays shown below.
Instant fuel economy
Odometer
Trip meter A
Outside temperature
Instant fuel economy
Range
Trip meter A
Outside temperature
CMBS™* off
Engine oil life
*if equipped
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Instant fuel economy
Average fuel economy B
Trip meter B
Outside temperature
Instant fuel economy
Average fuel economy A
Trip meter A
Outside temperature
*if equipped
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Instrument Panel
Instrument Panel
Multi-Information Display (MID)*
Lower Displays
Consists of several displays that provide you with useful information.
Press the SEL/RESET button to cycle through the displays shown below.
Odometer
Trip A
Trip B
Multi-information display
button:
Changes the display.
SEL/RESET button:
Enters the selected item.
Main Displays
Press either Info (p/q) button to cycle through the displays shown below.
Average/instant
fuel economy
Range
Elapsed time
Average speed
Vehicle Settings
Use the MID to customize certain vehicle features when the vehicle is in Park (P)
or the parking brake is applied. You can also use the SETTINGS button* (see page
48).
An example of how to change the Trip A reset timing setting is below. Use the Info
(p/q) and SEL/RESET buttons to make and enter selections.
1. Scroll to the Vehicle Settings menu and select it.
2. Scroll to Meter Setup and select it.
3. Scroll to “Trip A” Reset Timing and select it.
Blank screen
Vehicle Settings
Engine oil life
4. Scroll through the options, and select the one
you want.
5. Scroll to Exit, and select it to exit the menus.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
VEHICLE CONTROLS
Smart Entry System*
Learn about the various controls necessary for operating and driving the vehicle.
Using the Key or Remote Transmitter*
Unlocking/Locking the Doors
Lock or unlock the doors and trunk.
Unlock button: Press once
to unlock the driver’s door.
Press again to unlock all
doors.
Engine button*: Press and
hold to remotely start the
engine (see page 99).
When you carry the remote transmitter (for example, in a pocket or purse) and it
is outside the vehicle and within range (about 32 inches or 80 cm), you can lock or
unlock the doors and trunk without handling the transmitter.
Lock button: Press to lock the
doors. Press again for audible
verification.
Trunk button: Press and hold
to unlock and open the trunk.
Panic button: Press to sound
the alarm for 30 seconds.
Press again to cancel.
To unlock: Grab the driver’s door handle when the
vehicle is off to unlock the driver’s door. Grab the
front passenger’s door handle to unlock all doors.
To lock: Press the door lock button on the front
door handle when the vehicle is off. If the remote
transmitter is inside the vehicle, the doors will not
lock.
Door lock button
Unlocking the Trunk
Release knob
Press the trunk release button* to unlock and open
the trunk.
Built-in key*: Slide the
release knob on the back
of the transmitter to pull
out the built-in key.
Trunk release button
Built-in key
NOTICE
Leaving the key or remote transmitter in the vehicle can result in theft or
accidental movement of the vehicle. Always take it with you whenever you leave
the vehicle unattended.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Door Operation
Power Window Operation
Use several methods to lock or unlock the doors.
The power windows can be opened and closed when the vehicle is on by using the
switches on the doors. The switches on the driver’s side can be used to open and
close all the windows.
Using the Lock Tab
To unlock: Pull the lock tab rearward. When you
unlock the door using the lock tab on the driver’s
door, only the driver’s door unlocks.
To lock: Push the lock tab forward. When you lock
the door using the lock tab on the driver’s door, all
the other doors lock at the same time.
To lock
Lock tab
To open: Push the switch down firmly.
To unlock
On
Off
Power window
lock button
To close: Pull the switch up firmly.
The window opens or closes completely. To stop the
window at any time, push or pull the switch again
briefly.
Using the Front Door Inner Handle
When you pull either front door inner handle, the
door unlocks and opens. On vehicles with smart
entry, pulling the driver’s door inner handle unlocks
all other doors.
Driver’s
window
switch
Front passenger’s
window switch
Manual Operation
To open: Push the switch down lightly.
To close: Pull the switch up lightly.
Inner handle
Release the switch when the window reaches the desired position.
Power Window Lock
Using the Master Door Lock Switch
Push in the power window lock button so only the driver’s window can be
operated.
To unlock: Press the unlock side of the switch to
unlock all doors.
To lock: Press the lock side of the switch to lock all
doors.
Automatic Operation
To lock
WARNING
To unlock
Closing a power window on someone’s hands or fingers can cause serious
injury.
Master door
lock switch
Make sure your passengers are away from the windows before closing them.
Childproof Door Locks
The childproof door locks prevent the rear doors
from being opened from the inside regardless of the
position of the lock tab.
Slide the lever in the rear door to the lock position,
and close the door.
Open the door using the outer door handle.
Unlock
Lock
Using the Trunk Opener
Pull the trunk release near the bottom of the driver’s
seat to unlock and open the trunk.
Trunk
release
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Power Moonroof Operation*
Interior and Exterior Lights
The moonroof can be opened and closed when the vehicle is on by using the switch
on the ceiling.
Operate interior and exterior lights when the vehicle is on or off.
Automatic Operation
To open: Push the switch back firmly to the second
detent, then release.
To close: Push the switch forward firmly to the
second detent, then release.
The moonroof opens or closes completely. To stop
the moonroof at any time, push the switch briefly.
Open
Brightness Control
Adjust instrument panel brightness when the
vehicle is on.
To brighten: Turn the knob to the right.
To dim: Turn the knob to the left.
Close
Control knob
A beep sounds when the brightness reaches its
minimum or maximum.
Tilt
Manual Operation
Interior Lights
To open: Push and hold the switch back to the first detent until the desired position
is reached.
Change the interior light settings using the switch
on the ceiling.
To close: Push and hold the switch forward to the first detent until the desired
position is reached.
ON position (rear): Interior lights remain on.
Moonroof Tilt
To tilt: Push the center of the switch.
Door-activated position: Interior lights come on
when any of the doors are opened, the driver’s door
is unlocked, or the vehicle is turned off.
Off
Map lights
Door-activated position
OFF position: Interior lights remain off.
To close: Push the switch forward firmly, then release.
Map lights: Press the map lights to turn on or off.
WARNING
Closing the moonroof on someone’s hands or fingers can cause serious injury.
Make sure your passengers are away from the moonroof before closing it.
Exterior Lights
Rotate the switches on the headlight lever to operate the exterior lights.
OFF: All exterior lights are off.
: Turn on exterior lights except headlights.
NOTICE
Opening the moonroof in below freezing temperatures or when it is covered with
snow or ice can damage the moonroof panel or motor.
AUTO: Turn on the automatic lighting feature.
Headlights turn on or off depending on ambient
brightness when the vehicle is on. Headlights
automatically come on after the wipers are
engaged for a certain time.*
High beams
Fog
lights*
Flashing the high beams
Low beams
: Turn on all exterior lights including headlights.
: Turn fog lights* on or off.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Auto High-Beam System*
Wiper Operation
Automatically changes the low beam headlights to high beam headlights when
necessary.
The windshield wipers and washers can be used when the vehicle is on.
Move the wiper lever up or down to the desired position.
How It Works
When you are driving at night above 25 mph (40 km/h) and the headlight lever is
in the low beam position with the switch rotated to AUTO, the system changes
between low and high beams depending on the surrounding conditions.
MIST
OFF
INT* / AUTO*
Oncoming
vehicle
Pull toward
you to use
washer.
LO: Low speed wipe
HI: High speed wipe
Vehicle ahead
of you
Your vehicle
Headlight-Wiper Integration*
If a vehicle is detected ahead of you, the headlights stay in low beams. If the
system does not detect any vehicles ahead of you, the headlights change to high
beams.
Certain conditions, such as weather and brightness of other vehicles’ lights, can
affect system operation.
Turning the System On or Off
When the headlights are in the AUTO position, they automatically turn on when
the front wipers operate several times within a certain interval. The headlights
turn off shortly after the wipers are turned off, or if there is enough ambient light.
Intermittent (INT) Wipers*
When you move the lever to the INT position, the
wipers operate based on the delay adjustment.
Rotate the adjustment ring to adjust the wiper delay.
Make sure the headlight lever is in the low beam
position with the switch rotated to the AUTO
position. The auto high-beam system indicator
appears when the system is on.
INT
position
Adjustment ring
Headlight
switch
Lower speed
The system is canceled temporarily when you drive at speeds below 15 mph (24
km/h), the vehicle speed is below 6 mph (10 km/h), or the windshield wipers run at
high speed for more than a few seconds.
Higher speed
To disable the system: When the vehicle is on and parked, pull the headlight lever
towards you and hold it for 40 seconds. The auto high-beam indicator blinks twice.
To re-enable the system: Pull the headlight lever towards you and hold it for 30
seconds. The auto high-beam indicator blinks once.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Adjusting the Seats
Automatic (AUTO) Rain-Sensing Wipers*
When you move the lever to the AUTO position
while driving in rainy weather, the wipers operate
based on the amount of detected rainfall.
Make seat adjustments before driving to ensure the best comfort and safety.
AUTO
position
Adjusting the Front Seats
Put the lever in the AUTO position only when
driving in rainy weather.
Adjustment ring
Rotate the adjustment ring to adjust the rainfall
sensor sensitivity.
Low sensitivity: Wipers
operate when more
rainfall is detected.
Return the lever to the OFF position when rain
stops.
High sensitivity: Wipers
operate when less
rainfall is detected.
NOTICE
Always ensure the wiper lever is in the OFF position before entering a car wash to
prevent severe damage to the windshield wiper system.
Adjust the driver’s seat as far back as possible while
allowing you to maintain full control of the vehicle.
You should be able to sit upright and well back in the
seat, adequately press the pedals without leaning
forward, and grip the steering wheel comfortably.
The passenger’s seat should be adjusted so that it
is as far back from the front airbag in the dashboard
as possible.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Transport Canada
recommend that drivers allow at least 10 inches (25 cm) between the center of the
steering wheel and the chest.
Power Seats*
NOTICE
Do not use the wipers when the windshield is dry. The windshield will get
scratched, or the rubber blades will get damaged.
In cold weather, the blades may freeze to the windshield, becoming stuck.
Operating the wipers in this condition may damage the wipers. Use the defroster
to warm the windshield, or manually clear the windshield of ice and snow before
turning on the wipers.
Move back and allow
sufficient space.
Lumbar support
adjustment
(driver’s seat only)
Horizontal position
adjustment
Height adjustment
(driver’s seat only)
Seat-back angle
adjustment
One-Touch Turn Signal
Use this quick and convenient method to signal a lane change.
Lightly push the turn signal lever up or down for a
three-blink sequence.
WARNING
Reclining the seat-back too far can result in serious injury or death in a crash.
Right turn
Adjust the seat-back to an upright position, and sit well back in the seat.
For a continuous signal, push the lever up or down
until it locks into place.
WARNING
Left turn
Sitting too close to a front airbag can result in serious injury or death if the
front airbags inflate.
Always sit as far back from the front airbags as possible while maintaining
control of the vehicle.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Manual Seats*
Adjusting the Head Restraints
Your vehicle is equipped with head restraints in all seating positions. Head
restraints are most effective for protection against whiplash and other rear-impact
crash injuries.
Height adjustment
(driver side only)
Pull up or push down the lever
to raise or lower the seat.
The center of the back of the occupant’s head
should rest against the center of the restraint. The
tops of the occupant’s ears should be level with the
center height of the restraint.
Seat-back angle
adjustment
To raise the head restraint: Pull it upward.
Pull up the lever to
change the angle.
Horizontal position
adjustment
To lower the head restraint: Push it down while
pressing the release button.
Pull up on the bar to move the
seat, then release the bar.
To remove the head restraint: Pull the restraint up
as far as it will go. Then push the release button,
and pull the restraint up and out.
WARNING
Sitting improperly or out of position can result in serious injury or death in a
crash.
Always sit upright, well back in the seat, with your feet on the floor.
Floor Mats*
Position the front seat floor mats properly, and anchor
them. If they are not properly positioned, the floor
mats can interfere with the front seat functions.
Do not put additional floor mats on top of the
anchored mats.
Position head in the
center of the head
restraint.
To reinstall a head restraint: Insert the legs back
in place, then adjust the head restraint to an
appropriate height while pressing the release
button. Pull up on the restraint to make sure it is
locked in position.
In order for the head restraint system to work properly:
Unlock
• Do not hang any items on the head restraints, or from the restraint legs.
• Do not place any object between an occupant and the seat-back.
Lock
• Install each restraint in its proper location.
WARNING
Improperly positioning head restraints reduces their effectiveness and
increases the likelihood of serious injury in a crash.
Make sure head restraints are in place and positioned properly before driving.
WARNING
Failure to reinstall, or correctly reinstall, the head restraints can result in
severe injury during a crash.
Always replace the head restraints before driving.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Folding Down the Rear Seats
Adjusting the Steering Wheel
The rear seat-back(s*) can be folded down to make room for large items in the
trunk.
The steering wheel height and distance from your body can be adjusted so that you
can comfortably grip the steering wheel in an appropriate driving posture.
1. Remove the center shoulder belt from the guide.
1. Pull up the steering wheel adjustment lever.
Guide
3. Push down the steering wheel adjustment
lever to lock the steering wheel in position.
Center
shoulder belt
2. Pull the release lever in the trunk to release the
lock.
To adjust
2. Move the steering wheel up or down, and in
or out.
Release
lever
To lock
Lever
WARNING
Adjusting the steering wheel position while driving may cause you to lose
control of the vehicle and be seriously injured in a crash.
Adjust the steering wheel only when the vehicle is stopped.
Release
lever *
3. Fold down the seat-back. Remove the rear head
restraints if necessary (see page 41).
Driving Position Memory System*
You can store two driver’s seat positions into memory when the vehicle is on using
the buttons on the driver’s door.
Push the seat-back up firmly until it locks into
place to return it to its original position.
1. Adjust the seat to your preferred position.
Make sure all items in the trunk or items extending through the opening into
the rear seats are properly secured. Loose items can fly forward if you have to
brake hard.
2. Press SET.
Memory
button 1
3. Press and hold memory button 1 or 2. You will hear
two beeps when the memory is set.
Memory
button 2
4. Press one of the memory buttons to recall
previously stored positions.
SET button
Lumbar positions cannot be stored.
When you unlock and open the driver’s door with a remote transmitter, the seat
adjusts automatically to one of the two preset positions.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Adjusting the Mirrors
HomeLink® Garage Opener*
Adjust the angle of the mirrors for the best visibility when you are sitting in the
correct driving position.­
Program your vehicle to operate up to three remote-controlled devices around
your home—such as garage doors, lighting, or home security systems—using the
buttons on the ceiling.
Rearview Mirror with Day/Night Positions*
Manually adjust the position to reduce headlight
glare from vehicles behind you. Flip the tab to
switch between day and night positions.
Tab
Buttons
Daytime
position
Night position
Indicator
Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror*
When driving after dark, the automatic dimming
function reduces the glare from headlights behind
you.
Training a Button
Park near the system you want to program, and follow the instructions in the
flowchart below.
The function cancels when the shift lever is in
Reverse (R).
Sensor
Power Door Mirrors
1
2
Adjust the power door mirrors when the vehicle is on.
L/R selector switch: Select the left or right mirror.
After adjusting the mirror, return the switch to the
center position.
Position the remote transmitter you wish
to link 1–3 inches (3–8 cm) from the
HomeLink button you want to program.
Press and release the desired HomeLink
button. Hold the button on the remote
transmitter.
Does the HomeLink indicator (LED) change
from slowly blinking to constantly on or
rapidly blinking? This should take less than
one minute.
Selector switch
Mirror position adjustment switch: Press the switch
left, right, up, or down to move the mirror.
NO
Press and release the HomeLink
button. Press and release the button on
the remote every 2 seconds.
Does the LED change from slowly blinking
to constantly on or rapidly blinking? This
should take less than one minute.
NO
Press and hold the programmed
HomeLink button for about a second.
Does the device (garage door opener) work?
NO
4
YES
Press and hold the
HomeLink button
again.
HomeLink indicator
rapidly blinks.
Training
complete
HomeLink LED
remains on.
YES
Adjustment switch
a
3
a
The remote has a rolling code. Press the
“learn” button on the remote-controlled
device (e.g., garage door opener).
b
Within 30 seconds, press and hold the
programmed HomeLink button for
2 seconds.
5
Press and hold the HomeLink button
again; the remote-controlled device
should operate.
YES
To retrain a button or erase codes, see the Owner’s Manual on the Owner
Information CD or at owners.honda.com (U.S.) or www.myhonda.ca (Canada).
If you need help, visit www.homelink.com or call (800) 355-3515.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Climate Control System
Seat Heaters*
The automatic climate control system can maintain your preferred interior
temperature by selecting the proper mix of heated or cooled air and fan speed. Use
the buttons on the dashboard to control the system.
Quickly warm the seats when the vehicle is on.
Driver’s side
temperature
control
buttons
AUTO button: Press, then Windshield
defroster
use the temperature
control buttons to set your button
preferred temperature.
Rear
defogger/
heated door
mirrors
button*
Passenger’s
side
temperature
control
buttons
Press the seat heater switch to the LO or HI position.
An indicator appears for the selected setting. Return
the switch to the middle position to turn off. The
switch for the front seat heaters is located in the front
console.
The switch for the rear seat heaters is located on the
rear door. The rear middle seat does not have heating.
WARNING
Heat-induced burns are possible when using seat heaters.
ON/OFF SYNC button:
A/C
Fan
Mode button:
button Press to set the Change airflow control button
passenger’s side location.
buttons
temperature to
the same as the
driver’s side.
Recirculation button:
Recirculation mode
(indicator on):
Recirculates air from
the vehicle’s interior.
Fresh air mode
(indicator off):
Maintains outside
ventilation.
Persons with a diminished ability to sense temperature (e.g., persons with
diabetes, lower-limb nerve damage, or paralysis) or with sensitive skin should
not use the seat heaters.
*if equipped
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Vehicle Controls
Vehicle Controls
Customized Features
Setting the Clock
Use the Settings menu to customize certain features when the vehicle is stopped.
Adjust the time using the steps described for your vehicle type.
Using the SETTINGS Button*
Using the SETTINGS Button*
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
1. Press the SETTINGS button.
2. Select System Settings.
3. Select Clock.
4. Select Clock Adjustment.
5. Change the hour and minute values.
6. Press the BACK button to exit the menus.
Using the Touchscreen*
Touch items to make selections.
SETTINGS button
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select Clock/Info.
1. Press the SETTINGS button.
3. Select Clock Adjustment.
2. Select an option, and make your preferred changes.
4. Adjust the hour and minute values.
3. Press the BACK button to exit the menus.
5. Select OK when complete.
On vehicles with navigation, the time is automatically set using GPS signals.
Using the Touchscreen*
Select items on the touchscreen to make selections.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select an option, and make your preferred changes.
3. Press BACK to exit the menus.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Wireless Charger*
Canadian models
Learn how to operate the vehicle’s audio system.
Charge your compatible device when the vehicle is on.
Basic Audio Operation
Connect audio devices and operate buttons and displays for the audio system.
1. Press and hold the power button. A green
indicator appears when the charger is on.
Green indicator
Amber indicator
2. Place the chargeable side of the device on the
charge area. The system begins charging the
device when the amber indicator appears.
USB Port
1. Open the cover in the front console.
2. Connect a USB flash drive or iPod/iPhone® cable
connector to the USB port.
3. The green indicator appears when charging is
complete. On some devices, the amber indicator
may stay on even when charging is complete.
An additional USB port* is located in the center
console.
iPod and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc.
Auxiliary Input Jack*
(Power)
button
Charging area
Notes:
• This system consumes a lot of power. It is best to charge your device when the
engine is running.
Connect standard audio devices with a 1/8-inch
(3.5 mm) stereo miniplug.
• If the indicator light is blinking, there may be an obstacle between the
device and charging area, the device may have moved, or the charger is
malfunctioning.
1. Open the AUX cover on the audio panel.
• The device may not charge if you are near strong electromagnetic waves, such
as at a gas station.
2. Insert the miniplug attached to the audio device
into the jack. The audio system switches to
AUX mode. Use the device to control the audio.
• The device and charging area may get warm during charging. This is normal.
State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle.
CAUTION
Metal objects between the charge pad and the device to be charged will
get hot and can burn you.
• Always remove foreign objects from the charge pad before charging the
device.
Accessory Power Socket
Open the socket cover in the front console to use
power when the vehicle is on.
• Be sure the surface is clear of dust and other debris before charging.
• Do not spill liquids (i. e. water, drinks, etc.) on the charger and the device.
There is an additional power socket inside the
center console.
• Do not use oil, grease, alcohol, benzine or thinner for cleaning the charge
pad.
• Do not cover the system with towels, clothing, or other objects while
charging etc.
NOTICE
Do not insert an automotive type cigarette lighter element. This can overheat the
power socket.
• Avoid using spraying hair spray, insecticides, etc, that may contact the
charge pad surface.
NOTICE
*if equipped
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Do not place any magnetic devices, credit cards, or watches within the charge
area while charging. The data on credit cards can be lost, and watches may stop
working.
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Steering Wheel Controls
Adjusting the Sound
You can operate certain functions of the audio
system using the steering wheel controls.
Adjust various sound settings.
SOURCE button: Cycle through available audio
modes.
Use the selector knob to make and enter selections.
/ buttons: Change presets, tracks, albums, or
folders.
2. Select Audio Settings.
Using the SETTINGS button*
1. Press the SETTINGS button.
3. Select Sound.
+ / - buttons: Adjust audio volume.
MENU button*: On vehicles with touchscreen, press to view options for the
current audio source. Use the other buttons to navigate through the options.
FM/AM/SiriusXM® Radio
5. Press the BACK button to exit the menu.
Using the touchscreen*
Press or for the next or previous station.
Press and hold or for the next or previous strong station.
Touch items on the screen to make and enter selections.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
CD/iPod®/USB/Bluetooth® Audio
2. Select Audio.
Press or for the next or previous track.
Press and hold or for the next or previous folder (CD/USB).
3. Select Sound.
4. Select the tabs to change the sound mode and
adjust the setting.
Pandora® (U.S. only)
Press for the next song.
Press and hold or for the next or previous station.
5. Select OK when complete.
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4. Select a sound mode to change, and adjust it
using the selector knob.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with one display
Models with one display
One Display Audio Operation
FM/AM Radio
Control audio operation using the dashboard buttons.
Play FM or AM radio stations.
button:
Adjust display
brightness.
SETTINGS
button: Display
settings options.
Power/volume
knob: Press to
turn the audio
system on or off.
Rotate to adjust
volume.
Selector knob:
Rotate and
press to make
and enter
selections.
BACK button:
Return to the
previous screen.
MENU button:
Display menu
items for the
selected audio
mode.
Main display
FM/AM button:
Select a band.
Preset buttons
(1-6): Press and
hold a preset
button to store
the current
station. Press
a preset button
to select a
previously stored
station.
Seek/Skip
buttons: Find the
next or previous
strong station.
Selector knob:
Rotate to tune
radio frequency.
FM/AM radio display
Press the display button
to change displays.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with one display
Models with one display
Compact Disc (CD)
iPod®
The audio system supports audio CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs in MP3, WMA, or AAC
formats.
Play and operate an iPod through the vehicle’s audio system. Connect your device to
the USB port (see page 50).
CD slot
CD eject button
CD button:
Play a CD.
Seek/Skip
buttons: Press to
change tracks.
Press and hold
to move rapidly
within a track.
Seek/Skip
buttons: Press to
change tracks.
Press and hold
to move rapidly
within a track.
MENU button:
Display menu
items, such as
Music Search.
Selector knob:
Rotate to change
songs.
Selector knob:
Rotate to change
tracks or folders.
Use the selector knob to search for tracks stored on the CD.
1. From the audio screen, press the MENU button.
2. Select Music Search.
3. Select the folder or track you want to play.
MENU button:
Display menu
items, such as
Music Search.
iPod display
CD display
Searching for Music
AUX button:
Play iPod.
Searching for Music
Use the selector knob to search for tracks stored on the iPod.
1. From the audio screen, press the MENU button.
2. Select Music Search.
3. Select a search category.
4. Select the track you want to play.
iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc.
NOTICE
Do not use CDs with adhesive labels or insert a damaged CD. Inserting these types
of CDs may cause them to get stuck or damage the audio unit.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with one display
Models with one display
USB Flash Drive
Bluetooth ® Audio
Play and operate a USB flash drive through the vehicle’s audio system. Only MP3,
WMA, or AAC formats are supported. Connect your device to the USB port (see
page 50).
Play streaming or stored audio from your compatible phone through the vehicle’s
audio system. Connect your phone to Bluetooth ® HandsFreeLink® (see page
75). Visit handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check phone
compatibility. Standard data rates apply.
Seek/Skip
buttons: Press to
change tracks.
Press and hold
to move rapidly
within a track.
Selector knob:
Rotate to change
folders.
AUX button: Play
a connected USB
drive.
MENU button:
Display menu
items, such as
Music Search.
Searching for Music
Use the selector knob to search for tracks stored on the USB flash drive.
2. Select Music Search.
3. Select a folder.
Preset button 1:
Resume playing.
Seek/Skip
buttons: Press to
change tracks.
Preset button 2:
Pause playing.
USB display
1. From the audio screen, press the MENU button.
AUX button:
Play Bluetooth®
Audio.
Bluetooth Audio display
Notes:
• Make sure the volume on your phone is properly adjusted.
• You may need to enable additional settings on your phone for playback.
• The resume/pause function and remote audio controls are not supported on all
phones.
4. Select the track you want to play.
State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle.
Only launch streaming audio on your phone when it is safe to do so.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with one display
Models with touchscreen
Pandora®
Touchscreen Operation
Play and operate Pandora from your phone through the vehicle’s audio system. Visit
handsfreelink.com to check phone compatibility. Standard data rates apply.
Available in the U.S. only.
Use simple gestures—including touching, swiping, and scrolling—to operate certain
audio functions.
Connect your phone when the vehicle is stopped.
For iPhone:
• Connect via Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (see page 75) or USB port (see page 50).
• A pop-up may appear on your phone requesting you to allow access for Pandora
to be launched.
• If you cannot operate Pandora through the audio system, it may be streaming
through Bluetooth ® Audio. Make sure Pandora is selected on the audio system.
• If Pandora still does not operate, try rebooting the phone and reconnecting the
cable if necessary.
For Android or BlackBerry:
• Connect via Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (see page 75).
Preset buttons:
Press the button
for each function.
(1) Pause/resume
(2) Dislike song
(3) Like song
(4) Bookmark track
(5) Bookmark artist
Wearing gloves may limit or prevent touchscreen response.
Power button:
Turn audio on
or off.
HOME
(shown)
Volume
Left arrow:
Display apps or
widgets.
AUX button:
Play Pandora.
MENU: Display
menu items for the
selected screen.
Skip button:
Go to the
next song.
BACK: Go back
to the previous
screen.
button:
Change screen
brightness.
Audio: Display
current audio
information.
Settings: Choose
Audio for options.
Selector knob:
Rotate to change
the station.
USB display
State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle.
Only launch streaming audio on your phone when it is safe to do so.
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Some items may be grayed out during driving to reduce the potential for distraction.
You can select them when the vehicle is stopped or use voice commands* (see page
155).
Press the display button
to change displays.
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Changing Icon Order
Models with touchscreen
You can change the order of the icons on the Home screen.
HondaLink®
1. From the Home screen, select and hold an icon to
enter the customization screen.
Provides you with useful information about your vehicle directly from Honda.
To check phone compatibility, visit handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca
(Canada). Standard data rates may apply with your phone service provider.
2. Select and hold the icon you want to move and
slide it to a different position.
To get more information on HondaLink, visit www.hondalink.com (U.S.) or honda.ca/
hondalink (Canada).
If there is an active connection to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, HondaLink can
only be connected through Wi-Fi.
3. Select OK when complete.
Adding Apps or Widgets to the Home Screen
You can add apps or widgets to the Home screen for easy selection.
1. From the HOME screen, select the left arrow
icon. Select and hold an empty space.
HondaLink Connection
Follow the steps below to connect to HondaLink and use its features.
1. Download the HondaLink Connect app to your
compatible smartphone.
Select and hold.
2. Select Add App or Add Widget. The Apps screen
appears.
2. Pair your phone to Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®
(see page 81).
3. From the HOME screen, select HondaLink.
4. Certain features require you to send vehicle
information to Honda. Select Enable Once,
Always Enable, or Cancel.
3. Select and hold the app or widget you want to
add. The customization screen appears.
HondaLink Menu
Select and hold.
Select a menu option.
Places*: Display restaurants, gas stations, and
other locations. You can send a location to the
navigation system and set a route.
4. Select and hold the app or widget and move it to
where you want. Hovering over either edge of the
screen scrolls to the next page in that direction.
5. Select OK when complete.
Drag and drop.
Vehicle: Get instructional messages when your
vehicle needs service.
Messages from Honda: Display helpful and
important information from Honda.
Help & Support: Display tips for vehicle usage, get roadside assistance, or contact
customer service.
Weather: Display a weekly five-day weather forecast for any zip code.
*if equipped
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with touchscreen
Models with touchscreen
Wi-Fi Connection
Apple CarPlay
You can connect the audio system to the internet using Wi-Fi and use online
services through the touchscreen. If your compatible phone has hotspot capabilities,
the system can be tethered to the phone. Follow the steps below to set up Wi-Fi
when the vehicle is stopped. Standard data rates apply with your phone service
provider.
Connect a compatible iPhone to the system. You can use the touchscreen to make
a phone call, listen to music, and more. Visit the Apple CarPlay website for more
infromation.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select Bluetooth/Wi-Fi. Select the Wi-Fi tab.
1. Connect the iPhone to the front USB port (see page
50).
3. Select Wi-Fi On/Off Status, and select On.
2. From the HOME screen, select Apple CarPlay.
4. Select Wi-Fi Network List. Make sure your phone’s
Wi-Fi setting is in access point (tethering) mode.
Park in a safe place before connecting your iPhone
and launching any compatible apps.
3. Apple CarPlay requires you to send vehicle
information to Honda. Select Enable Once, Always
Enable, or Cancel.
5. Select the phone you want to connect to the
system. If the phone you want to connect does not
appear, select Scan.
4. Select a menu option.
6. Select Connect.
HOME screen
Apple CarPlay
Apple CarPlay menu
Return
to HOME
screen
Return to Apple CarPlay menu screen
7. Enter a password for your phone. Select Done.
The Wi-Fi symbol is displayed on the list when
connection is successful.
Phone: Access your contacts, make phone calls, or listen to voicemail. While
connected to Apple CarPlay, calls can only be made through Apple CarPlay, not
through Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®.
Aha™ Radio
Messages: View and reply to text messages, or have messages read to you aloud
by the system.
Access music and information programming, location-based services, and social
media through your vehicle’s audio system.
Music: Play music stored on your iPhone.
Maps: View a map and operate navigation. You can only use Apple CarPlay or the
pre-installed navigation system to set a destination with routing guidance.
Visit handsfreelink.honda.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check phone
compatibility. Standard data rates apply. Make sure you have an active Aha account.
If there is an active connection to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, Aha can only be
connected through Wi-Fi.
Once connected, press and hold the Talk button to operate the system using voice
commands with Siri Eyes Free.
Bluetooth connection
Apple CarPlay requires a compatible iPhone with an active cellular connection and data plan. Your
carrier’s rate plans will apply.
Connect your compatible smartphone via Bluetooth HandsFreeLink (see page
81). Make sure the HondaLink Connect app is downloaded to your phone (see
page 63). Follow steps 1 and 2 below.
®
®
Wi-Fi connection
You can also connect via Wi-Fi (see page 64) or Wi-Fi tethering with your enabled
smartphone. Follow steps 1 and 2 below.
1. From the HOME screen, select Aha (swipe to the second screen if necessary).
Use of Apple CarPlay will result in the transmission of certain user and vehicle information (such as
vehicle location, speed, and status) to your iPhone to enhance the Apple CarPlay experience. You will
need to consent to the sharing of this information on the Display Audio screen.
Changes in operating systems, hardware, software, and other technology integral to providing Apple
CarPlay functionality, as well as new or revised governmental regulations, may result in a decrease
or cessation of Apple CarPlay functionality and services. Honda cannot and does not provide any
warranty or guarantee of future Apple CarPlay performance or functionality.
It is possible to use third-party apps if they are compatible with Apple CarPlay. Refer to the Apple
website for information on compatible apps.
2. Enter your Aha account email and password to begin using Aha.
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Models with touchscreen
Models with touchscreen
Android Auto
FM/AM Radio
Connect a compatible Android phone to the system. You can use the touchscreen
to make a phone call, listen to music, and more. Visit the Android Auto website for
more information.
Play FM or AM radio stations.
Park in a safe place before connecting your Android
phone and launching any compatible apps.
HOME screen
Open/close:
Display or hide
the station list
or preset list.
Scan: Scan each
station with a
strong signal.
1. Download the Android Auto app to your phone.
2. Connect the phone to the front USB port (see page
50). A tutorial appears.
Android Auto
3. From the HOME screen, select Android Auto.
f
4. Android Auto requires you to send vehicle
information to Honda. Select Enable Once, Always
Enable, or Cancel.
5. Select a menu option.
Source: Select
the FM or AM
icon.
a
b
c
d
e
a
Maps/Navigation: View a map and operate navigation. You can only use this
system or the pre-installed navigation system to set a destination with routing
guidance. You cannot enter destinations using the keyboard while the vehicle
is moving.
b
Phone: Make phone calls or listen to voicemail. While connected to Android
Auto, calls can only be made through Android Auto, not through Bluetooth®
HandsFreeLink®.
c
Google Now (Home): Display useful information organized by Android Auto
into simple cards that appear only when needed.
d
Music: Play music from compatible apps. Select this icon to switch between
music apps.
e
Return to HOME screen: Go back to the vehicle system HOME screen.
f
Voice: Use voice commands to operate Android Auto. You can also press
and hold the Talk button on the steering wheel (see page 74) to say voice
commands.
Tune: Change
the station.
Presets:
Select and hold a preset number
to store the current station.
Select a preset number to select
a previously stored station.
TAG*: Tag a
song on an HD
Radio™ station
to store to an
iPod/iPhone for
later purchase or
download.
Seek: Search
for the next or
previous station
with a strong
signal.
FM/AM radio display
Android Auto requires a compatible Android phone with an active cellular connection and data plan.
Your carrier’s rate plans will apply.
Changes in operating systems, hardware, software, and other technology integral to providing
Android Auto functionality, as well as new or revised governmental regulations, may result in a
decrease or cessation of Android Auto functionality and services. Honda cannot and does not
provide any warranty or guarantee of future Android Auto performance or functionality.
It is possible to use third-party apps if they are compatible with Android Auto. Refer to the Android
Auto website for information on compatible apps.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with touchscreen
Models with touchscreen
SiriusXM® Radio*
Compact Disc (CD)
Available on a subscription basis only. For more information or to subscribe, contact
your dealer, or visit www.siriusxm.com (U.S.) or www.sirius.ca (Canada).
The system supports audio CDs, CD-Rs, and CD-RWs in MP3, WMA, or AAC formats.
Insert a CD to begin automatic playback.
Source: Select
the XM icon.
Open/close:
Display or hide
the channel list
or preset list.
Scan: Scan each
station with a
strong signal.
TAG*: Tag a
song to store
to an iPod/
iPhone for later
purchase or
download.
Category: Change
the category.
Presets:
Select and hold a preset number
to store the current station.
Select a preset number to select
a previously stored station.
Channel: Change
the channel. Press
and hold to skip 10
channels at a time.
Skip: Change
the selection.
Press and hold
to skip rapidly.
CD slot
CD eject button
Source: Select
the CD icon.
Folder: Change
the folder.
MENU: Display
menu options,
including
Music Search.
Open/close:
Display or hide
the track list.
Track: Change
the track.
CD display
SiriusXM display
Searching for Music
To learn about additional features—such as multi-channel preset, replay, or
SportsFlash—see your Owner’s Manual on the Owner Information CD or visit
owners.honda.com (U.S.) or myhonda.ca (Canada).
Use the touchscreen to search for tracks stored on the CD.
1. From the audio screen, press MENU.
2. Select Music Search.
3. Select a folder.
4. Select the track you want to play.
NOTICE
Available in the U.S. and Canada, except Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico.
XM® is a registered trademark of Sirius XM Radio, Inc.
*if equipped
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Do not use discs with adhesive labels or insert a damaged disc. Inserting these
types of discs may cause them to get stuck or damage the audio unit.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with touchscreen
Models with touchscreen
iPod
USB Flash Drive
Play and operate an iPod through the vehicle’s audio system. Connect your device to
the USB port (see page 50).
Play and operate a USB flash drive through the vehicle’s audio system. Only MP3,
WMA, or AAC formats are supported. Connect your device to the USB port (see
page 50).
®
Source: Select
the iPod icon.
Open/close:
Display or hide
the track list.
MENU: Display
menu options,
including
Music Search.
Song: Change
the track.
Press and hold
to move rapidly
within a track.
Play/pause
Source: Select
the USB icon.
MENU: Display
menu options,
including
Music Search.
Open/close:
Display or hide
the track list.
Track: Change
the track.
Folder: Change
the folder.
iPod display
USB display
Searching for Music
Use the touchscreen to search for tracks stored on the iPod.
Searching for Music
1. From the audio screen, press MENU.
Use the touchscreen to search for tracks stored on the USB flash drive.
2. Select Music Search.
1. From the audio screen, press MENU.
3. Select a search option.
2. Select Music Search.
4. Select the track you want to play.
3. Select a folder.
On vehicles with navigation, you can also search for and play iPod music using
Song By Voice™ (see page 155).
4. Select the track you want to play.
iPod is a trademark of Apple, Inc.
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AUDIO AND CONNECTIVITY
Models with touchscreen
Models with touchscreen
Bluetooth Audio
Pandora®
Play streaming or stored audio from your compatible phone through the vehicle’s
audio system. Visit handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check
phone compatibility. Standard data rates apply with your phone service provider.
Connect your phone to Bluetooth ® HandsFreeLink® (see page 81).
Play and operate Pandora from your compatible phone through the vehicle’s audio
system. Visit handsfreelink.com to check phone compatibility. Standard data rates
apply with your phone service provider. Available in the U.S. only.
®
Source: Select
the Bluetooth
icon.
Open/close:
Display or hide
the track list.
MENU: Display
menu options,
including
Music Search.
Track: Change
the track.
Play/pause
Group: Change
the group.
Bluetooth Audio display
Connect your phone when the vehicle is stopped.
For iPhone:
• Connect via Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (see page 81) or USB port (see page 50).
• A pop-up may appear on your phone requesting you to allow access for Pandora
to be launched.
• If you cannot operate Pandora through the audio system, it may be streaming
through Bluetooth ® Audio. Make sure Pandora is selected on the audio system.
• If a phone is connected via Apple CarPlay, Pandora can only be used within Apple
CarPlay.
• If Pandora still does not operate, try rebooting the phone and reconnecting the
cable if necessary.
For other compatible smartphones:
• Connect via Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (see page 81).
Source: Select
the Pandora icon.
MENU: Display
menu options,
including the
Station List.
Artist Radio
Song Title
Artist
Phone ABC
Like/dislike
song
Searching for Music
Use the touchscreen to search for tracks stored on the device.
1. From the audio screen, press MENU.
2. Select Music Search.
Station: Change
the station.
Skip: Go to
the next song.
Play/Pause
3. Select a search category.
4. Select the track you want to play.
Pandora display
Notes:
• If a phone is currently connected via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, Bluetooth®
Audio from that phone is unavailable.
• You may need to enable additional settings on your phone for playback.
State, provincial, or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle. Only launch streaming audio on your phone when it is safe to do so.
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State, provincial, or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle.
Only launch streaming audio on your phone when it is safe to do so.
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BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK®
BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK®
BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK® (HFL)
Learn how to operate the vehicle’s hands-free calling system.
Models with one display
Pairing a Phone
To use hands-free phone and streaming audio functions, you must first pair your
phone to the system. This can only be done when the vehicle is stopped. Use the
selector knob or interface dial to make and enter selections.
Models with one display
Basic HFL Operation
Make and receive phone calls using the vehicle’s audio system, without handling
your phone. Visit handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check
phone compatibility.
To reduce the potential for driver distraction, certain manual functions may be
inoperable or grayed out while the vehicle is moving. Stop or pull over to perform
the function.
HFL Controls
1. Press the SETTINGS button.
2. Select Phone Settings.
3. Select Bluetooth Device List (if no phone has been
paired) or Connect Phone (if pairing an additional
phone).
4. Select Add Bluetooth Device.
5. Make sure your phone is in discovery mode.
Use the controls to enter information and make selections.
6. The system searches for your phone. Select your
phone when it appears on the list.
Pick-Up button: Answer an incoming call.
If your phone does not appear:
Hang-Up/Back button: End or decline a call, or
cancel an operation.
Select Phone Not Found and search for HandsFreeLink from your phone.
Talk button: Make a call using a stored voice tag.
7. The system gives you a pairing code. Compare it to
the code that appears on your phone, and connect
when prompted.
HFL display
8. The system asks if you want to enable Automatic
Phone Sync, which imports your phone’s call history
and phonebook. Select On.
9. Press the BACK button to exit the menu.
State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle.
Selector knob:
Rotate and press
to make selections.
PHONE button:
Display the
phone screen.
BACK button:
Go back to the
previous display.
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Using Speed Dial and Call History
Models with one display
Make calls quickly using stored speed dial entries or call history numbers.
Making a Call
Using voice commands
You can make a call using several methods.
Press the Talk button before you say each command.
Dialing a Number
Enter a 10-digit phone number to call.
1. Say “Dial by voice tag.”
Using voice commands
2. Say the stored voice tag name. For example,
“John Smith.”
Press the Talk button before you say each command.
Using the menu
1. Say “Dial by number.”
1. Press the PHONE button.
2. Say the phone number. For example,
“3-1-0-5-5-5-1-2-3-4.”
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Select Speed Dial or Call History.
3. The system begins to dial.
Mr.AAA
111AAA####
Mr.BBB
222BBB####
Mr.CCC
333CCC####
Mr.DDD
444DDD####
Mr.EEE
555EEE####
4. Scroll through the list to find the entry you want
to call, and select it to call.
Using the menu
Use the selector knob or interface dial to make and enter selections. This method
is inoperable while the vehicle is moving.
Using the Phonebook
1. Press the PHONE button.
When your phone is paired, its entire phonebook can be automatically imported to
the system. Automatic Phone Sync must be turned on.
2. Press the MENU button.
Using voice commands
3. Select Dial.
Press the Talk button before you say each command.
4. Enter the phone number. Select the green phone
icon to call.
1. Say “Dial by name.”
Storing Speed Dial Entries
2. Say the phonebook name and phone type. For
example, “John Smith mobile.”
Store up to 20 numbers for quick dialing. Use the selector knob or interface dial to
make and enter selections.
Using the menu
1. Press the PHONE button.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Select Speed Dial, then select New Entry.
Mr.AAA
111AAA####
Mr.BBB
222BBB####
Mr.CCC
333CCC####
Mr.DDD
444DDD####
Mr.EEE
555EEE####
Use the selector knob or interface dial to make and enter selections. This method
is inoperable while the vehicle is moving.
1. Press the PHONE button.
4. Select an entry method.
2. Press the MENU button.
5. If desired, you can create a voice tag for the
number. Follow the prompts.
3. Select Phonebook.
When a voice tag is created, you can press the Talk button and say “Call” and
the stored voice tag to quickly call the number.
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4. Scroll through the list to find the name and
number you want to call, and select it to call.
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Models with one display
Models with touchscreen
SMS Text Messaging
Basic HFL Operation
Receive and send messages from your paired and connected phone. Visit
handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check phone compatibility.
Standard message rates apply. This feature is limited while the vehicle is moving.
Make and receive phone calls using the vehicle’s audio system, without handling
your phone. Visit handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check
phone compatibility.
Receiving and Responding to Messages
When you receive a new message, a pop-up appears on the display. Use the
selector knob to view the message when the vehicle is stopped. You can also
reply to it using fixed phrases or call the sender.
1. When the prompt appears, select Read.
2. The message is displayed, and the system reads
it aloud.
To reply: With the message open, press the
selector knob to enter the Text Message Menu.
Select Reply, and choose one of the six available
responses. Select Send to send the message. You
cannot create a new text message.
To call the sender: With the message open, press
the selector knob to enter the Text Message
Menu. Select Call.
If your iPhone is connected to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, calls can only
be made through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, not through Bluetooth®
HandsFreeLink®.
To reduce the potential for driver distraction, certain manual functions may be
inoperable or grayed out while the vehicle is moving. Stop or pull over to perform
the function. Voice commands are also available.
HFL Controls
Use the controls to enter information and make selections.
Pick-Up button: Answer an incoming call.
Hang-Up/Back button: End or decline a call, or cancel an
operation.
Talk button: Make a call using a stored voice tag.
+ / - buttons: Scroll the list.
SOURCE button: Press to enter a selection.
MENU button: From the phone screen, press to display
speed dial, call history, or redial.
Incoming call display
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Models with touchscreen
Phone: Display
the phone screen.
Pairing a Phone
To use hands-free phone and streaming audio functions, you must first pair your
phone to the system. This can only be done when the vehicle is stopped. Use the
touchscreen to make and enter selections.
MENU: From the
phone screen,
select various
call options.
BACK: Go back
to the previous
display.
Settings: Select
Phone from the
Settings screen
for phone pairing
and more.
If there is an active connection to Apple CarPlay (see page 65) or Android Auto
(see page 66), pairing of additional Bluetooth-compatible devices is unavailable
and Add Bluetooth Device is grayed out from the Bluetooth Device List screen.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select Phone.
3. Select Bluetooth Device List
4. Select Add Bluetooth Device.
5. Make sure your phone is in discovery mode. Select
OK.
6. The system searches for your phone. Select your
phone when it appears on the list.
If your phone does not appear: Select Phone Not Found and search for
HandsFreeLink from your phone.
7. The system gives you a pairing code. Compare it to
the code that appears on your phone, and connect
when prompted.
Talk Button Tips
• When using the Talk button, wait for a beep before saying a command.
• To bypass the system prompts, simply press the Talk button again to say your
command.
• When the Talk button is pressed, all available voice commands are highlighted
in yellow.
• Speak in a clear, natural voice.
8. The system asks if you want to enable options:
HondaLink Assist: Select On to enable emergency
collision notification (see page 85).
Automatic Phone Sync: Select On to automatically
import contacts and call history from your phone.
9. Press BACK to exit the menu.
State or local laws may prohibit the operation of handheld electronic devices while operating a vehicle.
• Reduce all background noise.
• Close the windows and moonroof.
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Models with touchscreen
Making a Call
You can make a call using several methods.
Dialing a Number
Enter a 10-digit phone number to call.
Using voice commands
BLUETOOTH ® HANDSFREELINK®
Using Speed Dial and Call History
Make calls quickly using stored speed dial entries or call history numbers.
Using voice commands
Press the Talk button before you say each command.
1. Say “Dial by name.”
2. Say the stored voice tag name. For example,
“John Smith.”
Press the Talk button before you say each command.
Using the touchscreen
1. Say “Call by number.”
1. From the Home screen, select Phone.
2. Say the phone number. For example,
3-1-0-5-5-5-1-2-3-4.”
2. Scroll through the list to find the entry you want
to call, and select it to call.
3. The system begins to dial.
Using the touchscreen
Manual operation is limited while the vehicle is moving. Voice commands are
always available.
1. From the HOME screen, select Phone.
2. Select MENU.
Using the Phonebook
When your phone is paired, its entire phonebook can be automatically imported to
the system. Automatic Phone Sync must be turned on.
Using voice commands
3. Select Dial.
Press the Talk button before you say each command.
4. Enter the phone number. Select the green phone
icon to call.
1. Say “Call by name.”
Storing Speed Dial Entries
Store up to 20 numbers for quick dialing.
1. From the HOME screen, select Phone.
2. Select MENU.
3. Select Speed Dial, then select New Entry.
4. Select an entry method.
5. If desired, you can create a voice tag for the
number. Follow the prompts.
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2. Say the phonebook name and phone type. For
example, “John Smith mobile.”
Using the touchscreen
Manual operation is limited while the vehicle is moving. Voice commands are
always available.
1. From the HOME screen, select Phone.
2. Select MENU.
3. Select Phonebook.
4. Scroll through the list to find the name and
number you want to call, and select it to call.
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Models with touchscreen
Models with touchscreen
SMS Text Messaging and E-Mail*
HondaLink® Assist
Receive and send messages from your paired and connected phone. Visit
handsfreelink.honda.com (U.S.) or www.handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to check phone
compatibility. Standard message rates apply. This feature is limited while the vehicle
is moving.
Automatically attempts to connect and talk to an operator who can locate your
vehicle and send emergency help in the event of a collision. Visit www.hondalink.
com (U.S.) or honda.ca/hondalinkassist (Canada) for more information.
Receiving and Responding to Messages
1. Make sure your phone is on and paired to
Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (see page 81).
When you receive a new message, a pop-up appears on the touchscreen. You can
view the message when the vehicle is stopped. You can also reply to it using fixed
phrases or call the sender.
2. Select Call Now, or the system automatically
connects after 10 seconds. The vehicle information
and its position are sent to the operator.
1. When the prompt appears, select Read.
3. Select Talk Now to immediately talk to the operator.
2. The message is displayed, and the system reads
it aloud.
4. When the call is complete, select Hang Up or press
the Hang Up/Back button on the steering wheel.
To reply: With the message open, select Reply,
and choose one of the six available responses.
Select Send to send the message. You cannot
create a new text message.
For vehicles equipped with HondaLink Assist, owner activation constitutes authorization for Honda to
collect information from your vehicle needed to provide the service, and agreement to the Terms of
Use at www.hondalink.com/TermsAndConditions. In a crash, HondaLink Assist will attempt to notify
emergency services but NEITHER Honda NOR ITS SERVICE PROVIDERS GUARANTEE THAT SUCH
NOTIFICATION WILL OCCUR.
To call the sender: With the message open,
select Call.
Selecting an Account
If your phone has both text message and e-mail accounts, you can select only one
of them at a time to be active and receive notifications.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select Phone.
3. Select Select Account.
4. Select Text Message or an e-mail account.
*if equipped
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NAVIGATION
NAVIGATION*
Models with touchscreen
Siri™ Eyes Free
Activate Siri through your vehicle when an iPhone® is paired to the system.
Visit handsfreelink.honda.com (U.S.) or honda.ca/siri (Canada) to check phone
compatibility.
(Hang-up/back) Button
Press to deactivate Siri.
Appears
when Siri
Eyes Free is
activated.
Learn how to enter a destination and operate the navigation system.
Basic Navigation Operation
A real-time navigation system uses GPS and a map database to show your current
location and help guide you to a desired destination. You can operate the system
using voice commands or the touchscreen.
To reduce the potential for driver distraction, certain manual functions may be
inoperable or grayed out while the vehicle is moving. Voice commands are always
available.
Steering Wheel Controls
Use the steering wheel controls to control the system.
(Talk) Button
Press and hold until the display
changes as shown.
BACK button: Press to cancel
a command or operation.
TALK button: Press to give
navigation commands.
Here are some examples of Siri commands:
“Call John Smith”
“Remind me to pick up dinner”
“Read my new text message”
“Set up a meeting today at 3 p.m.”
“Find a nearby sushi restaurant”
“Play song XYZ”
Talk Button Tips
Notes:
• When using the Talk button, wait for a beep before saying a command.
• Any requests that include visual feedback from Siri on your phone are not
displayed in the vehicle.
• To bypass the system prompts, simply press the Talk button again to say your
command.
• Certain commands rely on the iPhone’s features and existing apps.
• Speak in a clear, natural voice.
• To hear turn-by-turn directions or songs through the vehicle, set the audio source
to Bluetooth® Audio.
• Reduce all background noise.
• Close the windows and moonroof.
Siri and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc.
System Guidance Volume
Adjust the navigation system volume.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select System.
3. Select the Sound/Beep tab.
4. Select Guidance Volume, and adjust the level.
Select OK when complete.
5. Press BACK to exit the menus.
*if equipped
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NAVIGATION
Navigation Display and Controls
Entering a Destination
Touch icons on the screen to enter information and make selections.
Use several methods to enter a destination.
Home Address
Search icon
Street name
Store your home address in the system so you can easily route to it.
1. From the map screen, select the Search icon.
Traffic incident
icon
Traffic flow
Map menu
Current vehicle
position
2. Select MENU.
3. Select Set Home Location.
4. Select Enter My Address.
5. Select Search All.
6. Enter the street number and select Done.
7. Enter the street name and select Done. Select
the street from the list.
8. Select the address from the list. A map of the
address is shown. Select Select.
When your home address is stored, you can press the Talk button and say
“Navigation” and then “Go home” at any time. You can also select Go Home from
the Where To? menu.
Street Address
Enter a street address.
1. From the map screen, select the Search icon.
MAP: Display the
map screen.
2. Select Address.
Navigation: Display
the navigation screen.
4. Enter the street number and select Done.
3. Select Search All.
MENU: Display
navigation options.
5. Enter the street name and select Done. Select
the street from the list.
BACK: Go back to
the previous display.
7. Select Go!.
6. Select the address from the list.
WARNING
Using the navigation system while driving can take your attention away from
the road, causing a crash in which you could be seriously injured or killed.
You can also enter a street address using voice
commands. Press the Talk button and say
“Navigation” and then “Find Address.” Follow the
prompts.
Operate system controls only when the conditions permit you to safely do so.
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NAVIGATION
Place Category
Saved Places
Enter a destination using a point of interest or landmark.
Save locations so you can quickly route to them.
1. From the map screen, press MENU.
Saving a location
2. Select Where To?.
1. From the map screen, press MENU.
3. Select Categories.
2. Select Where To?.
4. Select a category (and a subcategory if
necessary).
3. Select Enter Search.
5. Select a place from the list.
5. Select the destination name when it appears on
the map screen.
6. Select Go!.
You can also enter a street address using voice
commands. Press the Talk button and say
“Navigation” and then “Find Place.” Follow the
prompts.
Recent Places
4. Enter the address or place name.
6. Select the menu icon.
7. Select Save.
8. Select OK.
You can also save your current location. From the map screen, select the vehicle
icon. Select Save. Enter a name for the location. Select Done. Select OK.
Select an address from a list of your 50 most recent destinations.
Routing to a saved location
1. From the map screen, press MENU.
1. From the map screen, press MENU.
2. Select Where To?.
2. Select Where To?.
3. Select Recent.
3. Select Saved.
4. Select a place from the list.
4. Select the destination from the list.
5. Select Go!.
5. Select Go!.
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NAVIGATION
Routing
Traffic
After a destination is set, you can alter or cancel your route.
View traffic flow and incidents in major metro areas. You can also select traffic to
avoid. Traffic coverage is limited in Canada.
Map Legend
Viewing traffic
1. From the map screen, select the traffic icon.
During route guidance
2. Select Traffic Conditions.
Next guidance
point
Search icon
Speed limit
Cancel route
3. Traffic icons are shown on the map. Select the
magnifying glass icon to display a full list of
traffic delays.
Avoiding traffic on your route
1. From the map screen, select the traffic icon.
2. Select Traffic on Route.
3. Select an incident to avoid from the list.
4. Select the menu icon.
5. Select Avoid.
Turn-by-turn directions
Shows a more detailed view of the next maneuver on the upper display.
Lane guidance
Distance to next
guidance point
Current route
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DRIVING
DRIVING
DRIVING
In addition:
Learn about preparation for driving, as well as other features.
• During the first 600 miles (1,000 km) of operation, avoid sudden acceleration or
full throttle operation so as not to damage the engine or powertrain.
Before Driving
• Avoid hard braking for the first 200 miles (300 km). You should also follow this
when the brake pads are replaced.
Check the following items before you begin driving.
Exterior Checks
• Make sure there are no obstructions on the windows, door mirrors, exterior
lights, or other parts of the vehicle.
• Remove any frost, snow, or ice.
• Make sure the hood is securely closed.
WARNING
Improper accessories or modifications can affect your vehicle’s handling, and
stability, and performance, and cause a crash in which you can be seriously
hurt or killed.
Follow all instructions in the vehicle owner’s manual regarding accessories
and modifications.
• Heat from the engine and exhaust can ignite flammable materials left under
the hood, causing a fire. If you’ve parked your vehicle for an extended period,
inspect and remove any debris that may have collected, such as dried grass
and leaves that have fallen or have been carried in for use as a nest by a small
animal. Also check under the hood for leftover flammable materials after you or
someone else has performed maintenance on your vehicle.
• Make sure the tires are in good condition.
• Make sure there are no people or objects behind or around the vehicle.
NOTICE
If the doors are frozen shut, use warm water around the door edges to melt any
ice. Do not try to force them open, as this can damage the rubber trim around the
doors. When done, wipe dry to avoid further freezing.
Interior Checks
• Store or secure all items on board properly.
• Do not pile items higher in the cargo area than the seat-back height.
• Do not place anything in the front seat footwells. Make sure to secure the floor
mats.
• If you have any animals on board, do not let them move freely around in the
vehicle.
• Securely close and lock all doors and the trunk.
• Adjust your seating position, mirrors, and steering wheel properly.
• Make sure items placed on the floor behind the front seats cannot roll under the
seats.
• Everyone in the vehicle must fasten their seat belt.
• Make sure that the indicators in the instrument panel come on when you start
the vehicle, and go off soon after.
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DRIVING
Maximum Load Limit
Carrying too much cargo or improperly storing it can affect your vehicle’s handling,
stability, stopping distance, and tires, and make it unsafe.
Load limits example
Example 1
The maximum load for your vehicle is 850 lbs (385 kg). See the Tire and Loading
Information label on the driver’s doorjamb.
Label example
Max load
850 lbs
(385 kg)
Passenger weight
150 lbs x 2 = 300 lbs
(68 kg x 2 = 136 kg)
Cargo weight
550 lbs
(249 kg)
Max load
850 lbs
(385 kg)
Passenger weight
150 lbs x 5 = 750 lbs
(68 kg x 5 = 340 kg)
Cargo weight
100 lbs
(45 kg)
Example 2
This figure includes the total weight of all occupants, cargo, and
accessories, and the tongue load if you are towing a trailer. Below are the
steps for determining the correct load limit:
1. Locate the statement “The combined weight of occupants and cargo
should never exceed XXX kg or XXX lbs.” on your vehicle’s placard.
2. Determine the combined weight of the driver and passengers that will be
riding in your vehicle.
3. Subtract the combined weight of the driver and passengers from XXX kg
or XXX lbs.
4. The resulting figure equals the available amount of cargo and luggage
load capacity. For example, if the “XXX” amount equals 1,400 lbs. and
there will be five 150 lb. passengers in your vehicle, the amount of
available cargo and luggage load capacity is 650 lbs. (1,400 - 750 (5 x 150)
= 650 lbs.)
5. Determine the combined weight of luggage and cargo being loaded on
the vehicle. That weight may not safely exceed the available cargo and
luggage load capacity calculated in step 4.
6. If your vehicle will be towing a trailer, load from your trailer will be
transferred to your vehicle. Consult the Owner’s Manual on the Owner
Information CD or at owners.honda.com (U.S.) or myhonda.ca (Canada)
to determine how this reduces the available cargo and luggage load
capacity of your vehicle.
In addition, the total weight of the vehicle, all occupants, accessories,
cargo, and trailer tongue load must not exceed the Gross Vehicle Weight
Rating (GVWR) or the Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR). Both are on a label
on the driver’s doorjamb.
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WARNING
Overloading or improper loading can affect handling and stability and cause a
crash in which you can be hurt or killed.
Follow all load limits and other loading guidelines in this guide.
The headlight aim on your vehicle was set by the factory, and does not need to be
adjusted. However, if you regularly carry heavy items in the trunk or tow a trailer,
have the aiming readjusted at your dealer or by a qualified technician.
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DRIVING
Towing a Trailer
Remote Engine Start*
Your vehicle can tow a trailer if you carefully observe the load limits, use the proper
equipment, and follow the towing guidelines. Check the load limits before driving
(see page 96).
Start your vehicle’s engine using the remote transmitter before you enter the vehicle.
Lock button
Total Trailer Weight
Maximum allowable weight of the trailer, cargo, and
everything in or on it must not exceed 1,000 lbs (450
kg). Towing loads in excess of this can seriously
affect vehicle handling and performance and can
damage the engine and drivetrain.
Engine button
Total load
Tongue Load
The weight of the tongue with a fully loaded trailer
on the hitch should be approximately 10% of the
total trailer weight.
• Excessive tongue load reduces front tire traction
and steering control. Too little tongue load can
make the trailer unstable and cause it to sway.
• To achieve a proper tongue load, start by loading
60% of the load toward the front of the trailer and
40% toward the rear. Readjust the load as needed.
Make sure the vehicle is in a safe location when using remote engine start (i.e., a
well-ventilated area, away from any flammable materials).
Tongue Load
Tongue
Tongue Load
load
Pre-tow Checklist
When preparing to tow, and before driving away, ensure the following:
• The vehicle has been properly serviced, and the suspension and the cooling
system are in good operating condition.
• Avoid towing a trailer during your vehicle’s first 600 miles (1,000 km).
• The trailer has been properly serviced and is in good condition.
• All weights and loads are within limits. Never exceed the gross weight ratings.
• Check if all loads are within limits at a public scale. If a public scale is not
available, add the estimated weight of your cargo load to the weight of your
trailer (as quoted by the manufacturer) and the tongue load.
• The hitch, safety chains, and any other attachments are secure.
• All items in or on the trailer are properly secured and cannot shift while you drive.
WARNING
Starting the Engine
Press the Lock button, then press and hold the Engine button within 5 seconds to
remotely start the engine.
The engine runs for up to 10 minutes. To extend the run time for another 10
minutes, repeat the procedure during the initial 10 minutes.
While the engine is running, the climate control system adjusts the cabin
temperature, the security system remains on, and lights and accessories remain
off.
Stopping the Engine
Press and hold the Engine button.
The engine will also stop if it has been running for more than 10 minutes, or if any
door is opened without using the remote or smart entry.
WARNING
Engine exhaust contains toxic carbon monoxide gas.
Breathing carbon monoxide can kill you or cause unconsciousness.
Never use the remote engine starter when the vehicle is parked in a garage or
other area with limited ventilation.
Exceeding any load limit or improperly loading your vehicle and trailer can
cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
Check the loading of your vehicle and trailer carefully before starting to drive.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Starting to Drive
Changing the Power Mode*
Turn on the vehicle and start the engine to begin driving.
Use the ENGINE START/STOP button to cycle through power modes or start the
engine.
Before Starting the Engine
Accessory or On mode: Press the ENGINE START/
STOP button once without pressing the brake pedal
for Accessory mode. Press it again for On mode.
Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
Check that the shift lever is in Park (P), then press
the brake pedal. Keep your foot firmly on the brake
pedal when starting the engine.
Starting the engine: Press and hold the brake pedal
or clutch, then press the ENGINE START/STOP button.
Keep your foot firmly on the brake pedal when starting
the engine.
Brake pedal
Manual transmission
Turning the vehicle off: Shift to Park (P) or apply the parking brake, then press the
ENGINE START/STOP button. If you press the button and the shift lever is not in
Park (P), the vehicle goes into Accessory mode.
Clutch pedal
Check that the shift lever is in Neutral (N), then
press the brake pedal with your right foot and the
clutch pedal with your left foot. The clutch must be
fully pressed to start the engine.
Brake pedal
Shifting
The engine is harder to start in cold weather and in thinner air found at altitudes
above 8,000 feet (2,400 m). When starting the engine in cold weather, turn off
all electrical accessories such as the lights, climate control system, and rear
defogger in order to reduce battery drain.
Starting the Ignition*
Insert the key into the ignition and turn to turn on the vehicle or start the engine.
0
LOCK: Insert and remove the key in this position.
Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)*
Park (P): Used for parking or starting/stopping
the engine. Press the brake pedal, then press the
release button to shift.
Reverse (R): Used for reversing.
Neutral (N): Used for idling.
ACCESSORY: Operate the audio system and other
accessories in this position.
I
Drive (D): Used for normal driving.
Drive (S): Used for better acceleration, increased
engine braking, driving in hilly terrain, or paddle
shifting*.
ON: Operate other electrical items, such as
wipers and power windows. This is also the position
when driving.
II
START: This position is for starting the engine. The switch returns to ON when
you release the key.
III
Manual transmission models
WARNING
Removing the key from the ignition switch while driving locks the steering.
This can cause you to lose control of the vehicle.
Remove the key from the ignition switch only when parked.
*if equipped
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Change the shift position based on your driving needs.
Release button
Low (L)*: Used for stronger engine power and
braking when driving in hilly terrain.
NOTICE
When you change the shift lever from D to R and vice versa, come to a complete
stop and keep the brake pedal depressed. Operating the shift lever before the
vehicle has come to a complete standstill can damage the transmission.
Do not operate the shift lever while pressing the accelerator pedal. You could
damage the transmission.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Paddle Shifters*
Manual Transmission*
Use the paddle shifters to change gears without removing your hands from the
steering wheel.
Fully press the clutch pedal to operate the shift lever and change gears.
(-) Paddle shifter
(+) Paddle shifter
Recommended shift points
(LX models)
Recommended shift points
Shift up
1 to 2
2 to 3
3 to 4
4 to 5
5 to 6
Shift up Normal acceleration
1 to 2
15 mph (24 km/h)
2 to 3
25 mph (40 km/h)
3 to 4
40 mph (64 km/h)
4 to 5
45 mph (72 km/h)
5 to 6
50 mph (80 km/h)
6 to 7
56 mph (89 km/h)
Normal acceleration
17 mph (27 km/h)
29 mph (46 km/h)
37 mph (60 km/h)
43 mph (69 km/h)
49 mph (79 km/h)
Recommended shift points
(except LX models)
When the shift lever is in D: The vehicle goes into manual shift mode temporarily,
and the gear number appears in the instrument panel. When you start traveling at
a constant speed or accelerate, manual shift mode automatically turns off, and the
gear number goes off.
Shift up
1 to 2
2 to 3
3 to 4
4 to 5
5 to 6
To cancel manual shift mode, pull and hold the (+) paddle shifter for a few
seconds.
Normal acceleration
15 mph (24 km/h)
25 mph (40 km/h)
40 mph (64 km/h)
47 mph (76 km/h)
52 mph (84 km/h)
When the shift lever is in S: The vehicle goes into manual shift mode, and the
M indicator and gear number appear in the instrument panel. When the vehicle
comes to a stop, it automatically shifts down into 1st gear. You can pull away only
in 1st gear. If the vehicle speed increases and the engine speed approaches the
tachometer’s red zone, the transmission automatically shifts up.
Do not shift to Reverse (R) before the vehicle comes to a complete stop. This can
damage the transmission.
To cancel manual shift mode, move the shift lever from S to D. The M indicator and
gear number go off.
Before downshifting, make sure the engine will not go into the tachometer’s red
zone. This can severely damage your engine.
*if equipped
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NOTICE
NOTICE
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Braking
Eco Assist System
Slow down or stop your vehicle, and keep it from moving when parked.
Can help improve fuel economy by adjusting the performance of the engine,
transmission, climate control system, and cruise control.
Foot Brake
ECON Button
Press the brake pedal to slow down or stop your
vehicle from moving.
Press the ECON button to turn the system on or off.
The ECON Mode indicator and a message in the
multi-information display* appear when the system
is turned on.
Brake Assist System
During hard or emergency braking, the system
increases braking force. The brake pedal may move
slightly or make a noise; this is normal. Continue to
hold the brake pedal firmly down.
Brake pedal
Ambient Meter
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)
During hard or emergency braking, the system
rapidly pumps the brakes to prevent wheel lockup
and help you maintain steering control. The brake
pedal may pulsate slightly during ABS operation;
this is normal. Do not pump the brake pedal, and
continue to hold it firmly down.
Color-coded bars change based on your driving
style and brake or accelerator pedal operation.
Brake pedal
NOTICE
The ABS may not function correctly if you use an incorrect tire type and size.
Parking Brake
Keep the vehicle from moving when it is parked.
To apply: Pull the lever up fully without pressing the
release button.
To release: Press and hold the release button, then
lower the lever down all the way.
NOTICE
Release the parking brake fully before driving. The rear brakes and axle can be
damaged if you drive with the parking brake applied.
Ambient meter
Green: Fuel-efficient driving
Light green: Moderate acceleration/deceleration
White: Aggressive acceleration/deceleration
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA®), aka Electronic Stability Control
(ESC) System
Helps to stabilize the vehicle during cornering if the vehicle turns more or less
than what was intended. It assists in maintaining traction on slippery surfaces by
regulating engine output and selectively applying the brakes.
Turning VSA On or Off
VSA is turned on every time you start the engine,
even if you previously turned it off. If you turn VSA
off, your vehicle has normal braking and cornering
ability, but VSA traction and stability enhancement
become less effective.
VSA OFF indicator
Press and hold the VSA OFF button until you hear a
beep to turn VSA on or off. The VSA OFF indicator
appears when the system is off.
Traction control becomes less effective, which may make it easier when trying to
free your vehicle if it is stuck in mud or snow.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Cruise Control*
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)*
Maintain a constant vehicle speed without having to keep your foot on the
accelerator pedal. Use cruise control on freeways or open roads where you can
travel at a constant speed with little acceleration or deceleration.
Helps maintain a constant vehicle speed and a set following interval behind a
vehicle detected ahead of yours.
MAIN button
CRUISE button
RES/+ button
RES/+ button
Distance button
CANCEL button
CANCEL button
-/SET button
-/SET button
Activating and Setting the Vehicle Speed
Activating and Setting the Vehicle Speed
1. Press the CRUISE button. The CRUISE MAIN indicator
appears.
1. Press the MAIN button. The ACC indicator appears
in the multi-information display.
2. Accelerate to the desired speed (above 25 mph/
40 km/h). Take your foot off the pedal and press the -/
SET button to set the speed. The CRUISE CONTROL
indicator appears.
2. Accelerate to the desired speed (above 25 mph/
40 km/h). Take your foot off the pedal and press the
-/SET button to set the speed.
Adjusting the Vehicle Speed
Adjusting the Vehicle Speed
Press the RES/+ button to increase speed, or the -/SET
button to decrease speed.
Press the RES/+ button to increase speed or the -/SET
button to decrease speed.
Each time you press the button, the vehicle speed is
increased or decreased by about 1 mph (1.6 km/h). If you
keep the button pressed, the vehicle speed increases or
decreases until you release it.
Each time you press the button, the vehicle speed is
increased or decreased by about 1 mph (1.6 km/h).
If you keep the button pressed, the vehicle speed
increases or decreases by 5 mph or 5 km/h until you
release it.
Canceling Cruise Control
Press the CANCEL button or the brake pedal. The CRUISE
CONTROL indicator goes off.
Adjusting the Vehicle Distance
Press the Distance button to change the following
interval. Each time you press the button, the setting
cycles through short, middle, long, and extra long.
After cruise control has been canceled, you can still
resume the prior set speed by pressing the RES/+ button
while driving at a speed of at least 25 mph (40 km/h).
Press the CRUISE button to turn the system off.
Switching to Standard Cruise Control
WARNING
Press and hold the Distance button. Cruise Mode appears in the multi-information
display. Press and hold the button again to switch back to ACC.
Improper use of cruise control can lead to a crash.
Use cruise control only when traveling on open highways in good weather.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
During Operation
Road Departure Mitigation (RDM)*
If a vehicle is detected ahead of you when ACC is turned on, the system maintains,
accelerates, or decelerates your vehicle’s set speed to keep the vehicle’s set
following interval from the vehicle ahead.
Alerts and helps to assist you if the system determines a possibility of your vehicle
unintentionally crossing over detected lane markings while driving between 45–90
mph (72–145 km/h).
You can temporarily increase the vehicle speed
when you press the accelerator pedal. ACC stays
on unless you cancel it. When you release the
accelerator pedal, the system resumes the set
speed or a sufficient speed to maintain the following
interval.
If your vehicle is getting too close to detected lane
markings without a turn signal activated, a message
appears in the multi-information display. Steering
wheel torque and vibrations are applied to help your
vehicle stay in the lane.
If a vehicle detected ahead of you slows down
abruptly, or if another vehicle cuts in front of you,
a beep sounds and BRAKE appears on the multiinformation display to alert you.
WARNING
ACC has limited braking capability.
When your vehicle speed drops below 22 mph (35 km/h), ACC will
automatically cancel and no longer will apply your vehicle’s brakes.
Beep
Braking may also be applied if the lane lines are solid
and continuous.
Beep
Steering assistance
If the system operates several times without detecting driver response, the system
beeps to alert you.
Turning the System On or Off
Press the RDM button to turn the system on or off.
A green indicator appears on the button when the
system is on.
Indicator
Always be prepared to apply the brake pedal when conditions require.
RDM button
Changing Settings
Canceling ACC
Press the CANCEL or MAIN button, or press the brake
pedal. The ACC indicator goes off.
Certain conditions may cause ACC to cancel
automatically. When this happens, the amber ACC
indicator appears on the multi-information display
(see page 23).
After adaptive cruise control has been canceled, you
can still resume the prior set speed by pressing RES/+
when your vehicle speed is over 25 mph (40 km/h).
WARNING
Improper use of ACC can lead to a crash.
Use ACC only when traveling on open highways in good weather.
Determine the warning timing. The vehicle must be in Park (P).
1. Models with one display: Press the SETTINGS
button. Select Vehicle Settings.
Models with touchscreen: From the HOME
screen, select Settings. Select Vehicle.
2. Select Driver Assist System Setup.
3. Select Road Departure Mitigation Setting.
4. Select from the options.
Normal (default): Steering control starts from inside the lane edge.
Wide: Steering control starts from outside the lane edge.
Warning Only: The system only provides a BRAKE message, but does not apply
steering or braking.
5. Press BACK to exit the menu.
Important Safety Reminder
The RDM system has limitations. Over-reliance on it may result in a collision. It is
always your responsibility to keep your vehicle within the driving lane.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)*
LaneWatch™*
Provides steering input to help keep the vehicle in the middle of a detected lane and
visual and tactile alerts if the vehicle is detected drifting out of its lane while driving
between 45–90 mph (72–145 km/h).
Check the passenger-side rear areas in the upper display when the right turn signal
is activated.
If your vehicle is getting too close to detected left
or right side lane markings without a turn signal
activated, the system provides visual and tactile
alerts.
A Lane Departure message appears on the multiinformation display, and the steering wheel vibrates.
Steering torque is also applied to help keep your
vehicle within your driving lane. Take appropriate
action to stay within your driving lane.
LaneWatch display
Steering assistance
Activating LaneWatch
Activate the right turn signal. The LaneWatch display
appears. Check the display for blind spots, and
visually confirm that it is safe to change lanes.
Turning the System On or Off
1. Press the MAIN button. LKAS appears in the
multi-information display.
You can also press the LaneWatch button on the end
of the turn signal switch to view a constant real-time
display. Press it again to turn the display off.
MAIN button
Customize the display and how and when the display appears.
2. Press the LKAS button. Lane outlines appear in
the multi-information display. Dotted lane lines
turn solid when the system activates.
3. Press the MAIN button or the LKAS button to turn
the system off.
Changing Settings
1. From the Home screen, select Settings.
2. Select Camera.
3. Select LaneWatch.
LKAS button
4. Select an option and make the preferred changes.
5. Press BACK to exit the menu.
Important Safety Reminder
LKAS is for your convenience only. It is not a substitute for your vehicle control. The
system does not work if you take your hands off the steering wheel or fail to steer
the vehicle.
Do not place an object on the top of the instrument panel. It may reflect onto the
windshield and prevent the system from detecting lane lines properly.
Important Safety Reminder
Like all assistance systems, LaneWatch has limitations. Over-reliance on the system
may result in a collision.
WARNING
Failure to visually confirm that it is safe to change lanes before doing so may
result in a crash and serious injury or death.
Do not rely only on LaneWatch while driving. Always look in your mirrors, to
either side of your vehicle, and behind you for other vehicles before changing
lanes.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™)*
Changing Settings
Can assist you when there is a possibility of your vehicle colliding with a vehicle or a
pedestrian detected in front of yours.
Determine the warning timing. The vehicle must be in Park (P).
The system can give you visual, audible, and tactile alerts when a potential collision
is determined, and reduce your vehicle speed to help minimize collision severity
when a collision is deemed unavoidable.
1. From the HOME screen, select Settings.
2. Select Vehicle.
3. Select Driver Assist System Setup.
4. Select Forward Collision Warning Distance.
5. Select Long, Normal, or Short.
Head-up
warning lights
6. Press BACK to exit the menu.
Turning CMBS On or Off
Beep
Press and hold the CMBS OFF button. A beep sounds
and a message appears in the multi-information
display. The CMBS indicator appears when the
system is off.
Steering vibrations
CMBS
OFF
button
When a potential collision with a detected oncoming vehicle is determined, a BRAKE
message appears in the multi-information display, the head-up warning lights flash,
a beep sounds, and the steering wheel vibrates.
The system activates when:
• The speed difference between your vehicle and a vehicle or pedestrian detected
in front of you is about 3 mph (5 km/h) and over with a chance of a collision.
Parking Sensor System*
When the system senses an object when you are parking or backing up, indicators
appear on the upper display and a series of beeps will sound.
• Your vehicle speed is about 62 mph (100 km/h) or less and there is a chance of a
collision with an oncoming detected vehicle or a pedestrian in front of you.
Screen indicators
Alert Stages
The system has three alert stages for a possible collision. Depending on the
circumstances or CMBS settings, CMBS may not go through all of the stages
before initiating the last stage.
Stage 1: Visual and audible warning, steering wheel vibrations
Stage 2: Visual and audible warning, light brake application
Stage 3: Visual and audible warning, strong brake application
Turning the System On or Off
Important Safety Reminder
CMBS is designed to reduce the severity of an unavoidable collision. It does not
prevent collisions nor stop the vehicle automatically. It is still your responsibility to
operate the brake pedal and steering wheel appropriately according to the driving
conditions.
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Press the parking sensor button to turn the system
on or off. A green indicator light appears on the
button when the system is on.
*if equipped
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DRIVING
Multi-View Rear Camera
Refueling
When you shift into Reverse (R), a real-time image of the area behind your vehicle is
shown in the upper display, along with helpful parking guidelines.
Use the proper fuel and refueling procedure to ensure the best performance and
safety of your vehicle.
Press the selector knob or touch icons on the screen to change views.
Wide view
Normal view
Top down view
Fuel Information
Use of unleaded gasoline of 87 octane or higher is recommended.
• Honda recommends TOP TIER Detergent Gasoline where available.
• Do NOT use gasoline containing more than 15% ethanol.
• Do NOT use gasoline containing methanol.
• Do NOT use gasoline containing MMT.
NOTICE
We recommend quality gasoline containing detergent additives that help
prevent fuel system and engine deposits. In addition, in order to maintain good
performance, fuel economy, and emissions control, we strongly recommend the
use of gasoline that does NOT contain harmful manganese-based fuel additives
such as MMT, if such gasoline is available.
How to Refuel
Changing Camera Settings
1. The fuel fill door is located at the left rear of the
vehicle. Park next to the service pump that is
most accessible.
Turn the guidelines on or off.
2. Turn off the engine.
1. Models with one display: Press the SETTINGS button.
Models with touchscreen: From the HOME screen, select Settings.
3. Push the fuel fill door release handle near the
bottom of the driver’s seat. The fuel fill door
opens.
2. Select Camera.
3. Select Rear Camera.
4. Turn the fuel fill cap slowly to open. Place the fuel
fill cap in the holder.
4. Select an option.
Fixed Guidelines: Guidelines appear when you shift into Reverse.
Dynamic Guidelines: Guidelines move as you turn the steering wheel.
5. Insert the filler nozzle fully. When the tank is full,
the fuel nozzle clicks off automatically.
5. Select On or Off.
Visually confirm that it is safe to drive before backing up. Certain conditions (such as weather,
lighting, and high temperatures) may also restrict the rear view. Do not rely on the rearview display,
which does not give you all information about conditions at the rear of your vehicle.
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Cap
Holder
6. Replace the fuel fill cap. Tighten it until you hear
at least one click. Close the fuel fill door.
6. Press BACK to exit the menu.
The rear camera view is restricted. You cannot see the corner ends of the bumper or what is
underneath the bumper. Its unique lens also makes objects appear closer or farther than they
actually are.
Push
WARNING
Gasoline is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously
injured when handling fuel.
• Stop the engine, and keep heat, sparks, and flame away.
• Handle fuel only outdoors.
• Wipe up spills immediately.
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HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
Jump Starting
Turn off the power to electric devices, such as audio and lights. Turn off the engine,
then open the hood.
Learn about what to do in critical or emergency situations.
Smart Entry Remote Battery Strength*
If the battery life in your remote transmitter is weak, a beep sounds and the ENGINE
START/STOP button indicator flashes. A message appears in the multi-information
display with information on how to start the engine.*
1. Touch the back of the remote transmitter to the
ENGINE START/STOP button while the indicator is
flashing.
2. With the brake pedal or clutch pedal pressed,
press the ENGINE START/STOP button within 10
seconds.
FPO
1. Connect the first jumper cable to your vehicle’s
battery (+) terminal.
2. Connect the other end of the first jumper cable
to the booster battery (+) terminal. Use a 12-volt
booster battery only.
4-cylinder models
Booster battery
6-cylinder models
3. Connect the second jumper cable to the booster
battery (-) terminal.
Booster battery
4. Connect the other end of the second jumper cable
to the engine mounting bolt as shown. Do not
connect this jumper cable to any other part.
Shift Lever Does Not Move*
Follow the procedure below if you cannot move the shift lever out of Park (P).
4-cylinder
models
1. Set the parking brake.
2. Remove the key from the ignition, or remove the
built-in key from the remote transmitter.
Slot
3. Wrap a cloth around the tip of a small flat-tip
screwdriver. Put it into the shift lock release slot as
shown in the image, and remove the cover.
5. If your vehicle is connected to another vehicle,
start the assisting vehicle’s engine and increase its
rpm slightly.
6-cylinder
models
Cover
6. Attempt to start your vehicle’s engine. If it turns
over slowly, make sure that the jumper cables have
good metal-to-metal contact.
4. Insert the key into the shift lock release slot.
5. While pushing the key down, press the shift lever
release button and place the shift lever into Neutral (N). The lock is now released. Have the shift lever
checked by a dealer as soon as possible.
Shift lock
release slot
Release button
WARNING: Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds. Wash your hands after handling.
WARNING
A battery can explode if you do not follow the correct procedure, seriously
injuring anyone nearby.
Keep all sparks, open flames, and smoking materials away from the battery.
*if equipped
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HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
After the Engine Starts
Overheating
Once your vehicle’s engine has started, remove the jumper cables in the following
order:
If the temperature gauge needle is at the H mark, the engine suddenly loses power,
or steam or spray comes out from under the hood, your engine is overheating.
1. Disconnect the jumper cable from your vehicle’s ground.
1. Immediately park the vehicle in a safe place. Turn
off all accessories and turn on the hazard warning
lights.
2. Disconnect the other end of the jumper cable from the booster battery’s (-)
terminal.
3. Disconnect the jumper cable from your vehicle battery’s (+) terminal.
4. Disconnect the other end of the jumper cable from the booster battery’s (+)
terminal.
5. Have your vehicle inspected by a nearby service station or a dealer.
Reserve
tank
2. If steam or spray is not present: Keep the engine
running and open the hood.
MAX
MIN
If steam or spray is present: Turn off the engine and
wait until it subsides. Then, open the hood.
3. Check that the cooling fan is operating and stop the engine once the temperature
gauge needle goes down. If the cooling fan is not operating, immediately stop the
engine.
4.Once the engine has cooled down, inspect the coolant level and check the
cooling system components for leaks. If the coolant level in the reserve tank
is low, add coolant until it reaches the MAX mark. If there is no coolant in the
reserve tank, make sure the radiator is cool, then cover the radiator cap with a
heavy cloth and open the cap. If necessary, add coolant up to the base of the
filler neck, and put the cap back on.
Once the engine has cooled sufficiently, restart it and check the temperature gauge.
If the temperature gauge needle has gone down, resume driving. If it has not gone
down, contact a dealer for repairs.
WARNING
Steam and spray from an overheated engine can seriously scald you.
Do not open the hood if steam is coming out.
WARNING
Removing the radiator cap while the engine is hot can cause the coolant to
spray out, seriously scalding you.
Always let the engine and radiator cool down before removing the radiator cap.
NOTICE
Continuing to drive with the temperature gauge needle at the H mark may damage
the engine.
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HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
Emergency Engine Stop*
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
The ENGINE START/STOP button may be used to stop the engine due to an
emergency situation even while driving. If you must stop the engine, choose one of
the following operations:
Monitors the tire pressure while you are driving.
• Press and hold the ENGINE START/STOP button for
two seconds, or
If your vehicle’s tire pressure becomes significantly
low, the low tire pressure indicator comes on and a
message appears on the multi-information display*.
• Firmly press the ENGINE START/STOP button two
times.
What to Do
The steering wheel will not lock. Because turning off the engine also disables the
power assist the engine provides to the steering and braking systems, it will require
significantly more physical effort and time to steer and slow the vehicle. Downshift
gears and use both feet on the brake pedal, if necessary, to slow the vehicle and
stop immediately in a safe place.
TPMS Calibration
Stop your vehicle in a safe place. Check the tire
pressure and adjust the pressure to the specified
level on the label on the driver’s doorjamb.
Do not press the button while driving unless it is absolutely necessary for the engine
to be switched off.
Emergency Towing
Any time you inflate, change, or rotate one or more of the tires, you need to
recalibrate the system. The calibration process requires approximately 30 minutes
of cumulative driving at speeds between 30–60 mph (48–97 km/h). The vehicle
must be steopped to begin calibration, and the process finishes automatically.
Using the TPMS button*
Press and hold the TPMS button near the steering
wheel. The TPMS indicator blinks twice, and
calibration begins.
Call a professional towing service if you need to tow your vehicle.
Flat bed equipment: The operator loads your vehicle on the back of a truck. This is
the best way to transport your vehicle.
Wheel lift equipment: The tow truck uses two pivoting arms that go under the front
tires and lift them off the ground. The rear tires remain on the ground. This is an
acceptable way to tow your vehicle.
NOTICE
Using the Settings menu*
Use the selector knob or the touchscreen to make and enter selections.
1. Models with one display: Press the SETTINGS
button. Select Vehicle Settings.
Models with touchscreen: From the HOME
screen, select Settings. Select Vehicle.
2. Select TPMS Calibration.
Trying to lift or tow your vehicle by the bumpers will cause serious damage. The
bumpers are not designed to support the vehicle’s weight.
3. Select Calibrate, and calibration begins.
Improper towing such as towing behind a motorhome or other motor vehicle can
damage the transmission.
Using the multi-information display*
Use the Info (p/q) and SEL/RESET buttons on the steering wheel to make and
enter selections.
1. Scroll to the Vehicle Settings screen, and select it.
2. Select TPMS Calibration.
3. Select Calibrate, and calibration begins.
*if equipped
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NOTICE
Driving on an extremely underinflated tire can cause it to overheat. An overheated
tire can fail. Always inflate your tires to the specified pressure.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) - Required Federal Explanation
U.S. models
Each tire, including the spare (if provided), should be checked monthly
when cold and inflated to the inflation pressure recommended by the
vehicle manufacturer on the vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure
label.
(If your vehicle has tires of a different size than the size indicated on the
vehicle placard or tire inflation pressure label, you should determine the
proper tire inflation pressure for those tires.)
As an added safety feature, your vehicle has been equipped
with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) that illuminates
a low tire pressure telltale when one or more of your tires is
significantly underinflated.
Accordingly, when the low tire pressure telltale illuminates, you should
stop and check your tires as soon as possible, and inflate them to the
proper pressure.
Driving on a significantly underinflated tire causes the tire to overheat and
can lead to tire failure. Underinflation also reduces fuel efficiency and tire
tread life, and may affect the vehicle’s handling and stopping ability.
Please note that the TPMS is not a substitute for proper tire maintenance,
and it is the driver’s responsibility to maintain correct tire pressure, even
if underinflation has not reached the level to trigger illumination of the
TPMS low tire pressure telltale.
Your vehicle has also been equipped with a TPMS malfunction indicator
to indicate when the system is not operating properly. The TPMS
malfunction indicator is combined with the low tire pressure telltale.
When the system detects a malfunction, the telltale will flash for
approximately one minute and then remain continuously illuminated. This
sequence will continue upon subsequent vehicle start-ups as long as the
malfunction exists.
When the malfunction indicator is illuminated, the system may not be able
to detect or signal low tire pressure as intended.
TPMS malfunctions may occur for a variety of reasons, including the
installation of replacement or alternate tires or wheels on the vehicle that
prevent the TPMS from functioning properly.
Always check the TPMS malfunction telltale after replacing one or more
tires or wheels on your vehicle to ensure that the replacement or alternate
tires and wheels allow the TPMS to continue to function properly.
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HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
Changing a Flat Tire
If a tire goes flat while driving, grasp the steering wheel firmly, and brake gradually
to reduce speed. Then, stop in a safe place. Replace the flat tire with the compact
spare tire. Go to a dealer as soon as possible to have the full-size tire repaired or
replaced.
Getting Ready to Change the Tire
Park the vehicle on a firm, level, non-slippery surface. Apply the parking brake,
shift to Park (P), and turn the vehicle off. Turn on the hazard warning lights.
1. Open the trunk floor lid.
2. Take the tool case out of the trunk. Take the jack
and wheel nut wrench out of the tool case.
3. Unscrew the wing bolt, then remove the spacer
cone. Remove the spare tire.
Tool case
Spare tire
4. Place the compact spare tire (wheel side up)
under the vehicle body, near the tire that needs
to be replaced.
5. Loosen each wheel nut about one turn using the
wheel nut wrench.
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HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
Setting Up the Jack
Replacing the Flat Tire
1. Place the jack under the jacking point closest to
the tire to be changed.
1. Remove the wheel nuts and flat tire.
2. Mount the compact spare tire. Replace the
wheel nuts, and lightly tighten them.
Jacking points
2. Turn the end bracket clockwise (as shown in
the image) until the top of the jack contacts the
jacking point. Make sure that the jacking point
tab is resting in the jack notch.
Jacking point
3. Lower the vehicle and remove the jack. Tighten
the wheel nuts in the order indicated in the
image. Go around, tightening the nuts, two to
three times in this order. Do not overtighten the
wheel nuts.
If you drive with the spare tire installed, the
low tire pressure/TPMS indicator appears. The
indicator stays on until a regular tire is installed.
3. Raise the vehicle, using the jack handle bar and
the jack handle, until the tire is off the ground.
Storing the Flat Tire
1. Remove the center cap.
Jack
handle
bar
Wheel nut
Wrench as jack handle
WARNING
The vehicle can easily roll off the jack, seriously injuring anyone underneath.
Follow the directions for changing a tire exactly, and never get under the
vehicle when it is supported only by the jack.
The following instructions must be followed to use the jack safely:
• Do not use the jack with people or luggage in the vehicle.
• Use the jack provided in your vehicle. Other jacks may not support the weight
(“load”) or fit the jacking point.
Spacer cone
2. Open the trunk. Place the flat tire face down in
the spare tire well.
3. Remove the spacer cone from the wing bolt, flip
it over, and insert it back on the bolt. Secure the
flat tire with the wing bolt.
Wing bolt
For
compact
spare tire
For
full-size
tire
4. Securely put the jack and wheel nut wrench back
in the tool case. Store the case in the trunk.
WARNING
Loose items can fly around the interior in a crash and can seriously injure the
occupants.
Store the wheel, jack, and tools securely before driving.
• Do not use while the engine is running.
• Use only where the ground is firm and level.
• Use only at the jacking points.
• Do not get in the vehicle while using the jack.
• Do not put anything on top of or underneath the jack.
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HANDLING THE UNEXPECTED
Fuse Locations
Interior Fuse Box
If any electrical devices are not working, turn the vehicle off and check to see if any
applicable fuse is blown. Fuse locations are shown on the fuse box cover. Locate the
fuse in question by the fuse number and box cover number.
Located under the dashboard on the driver’s side.
Engine Compartment Fuse Box
Located under the hood near the brake fluid reservoir. Push the tabs to open the
box.
1
2
Circuit Protected
Battery
EPS
Fuse Box Main 1
Fuse Box Option 1
−
−
ABS/VSA FSR
1
3
2 4
5
6
7
8
9
3 10
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Circuit
Protected
ABS/VSA
Motor
Battery
−
EPS
−
Fuse Box Main 1
−
Fuse Box Option 1
−
−
Front Fog Light *
−
Horn
ABS/VSA
FSR
Stop Light
FI Sub
ABS/VSADRL
Motor
−IG Coil
*3
Injector
−
*4
− −
−
Front Fog Light *
Horn
Stop Light
FI Sub
DRL
IG Coil
Injector *3
− *4
Amps
Circuit Protected
Amps
125 A
11
Hazard
15 A
70 A
Fuse Box Main 2
60 A
(60 A)
Fuse Box Option 2
(40 A)
(40 A)
30 A *5
IG Main 1
50 A *6
−
IG Main 2 *5
30 A *5
−
− *6
− *6
20 A *1
20 A *3
40 A *2
Sub Fan Motor
12
30 A *4
40 A *1
Amps
Circuit Protected
Amps
Headlight Low Beam Main
30 A
30 A *2
125 A
11
Hazard
15 A
Fuse Box
30 A
−
70 A
Fuse Box Main 2
60 A
Wiper Motor
30 A
−
(60 A)
Fuse Box Option 2
(40 A)
Main Fan Motor
30*5A
−
(40 A)
30
A
*5
IG
Main Motor
1
Starter
30 A *5
−
50 A *6 *6
−
− *6*5
−
(10 A)
IG Main 2
30 A *5
−
13
Rear*6Defogger
10*1A
*640 A
−
−
20 A
14
Heater Motor
40 A
10*2A
20 A *3
40 A
Sub FanFIMotor
12 15
Main
*4 A
15
A
*1
30
A15
40 A
*, *3
*3
(10
Heated
Door
Mirror
(7.5
*2 A)
Main
30 A A)
30 A
16Headlight Low Beam
*4
*4
−
−
Fuse Box
30 A
−15 A
17
MG Clutch
7.5 A
*3
Wiper Motor
30 A
−(20 A)
*4
18
DBW
15 A
−
Main Fan Motor
30 A
−
19
Small Light
20*5 A
*5
Starter
Motor
30
A
−
20
Interior
Light
7.5
*6
*6
−
− A
(10 A)
Back Up
13 21
Rear Defogger
40 10
A A
10 A
Audio
14 22
Heater Motor
40 A10 A
10 A
15 23
FI Fan
MainTimer
157.5
A A
15 A
*3
24 Heated
Right Headlight
Low *,Beam
Door Mirror
(1010A)A*3
(7.5 A)
16
25 Left Headlight
− *4 Low Beam
− *410 A
15 A
*1
ABS/VSA
ECU
7.5
17
MG
Clutch
7.5
A A *1
*3
(20 A)
26
*2
−
*4
18
DBW
15 A − *2
−
19 *1: ModelsSmall
Light
20 A
with LKAS
without
LKAS
20 *2: Models
Interior
Light
7.5 A
*3: 4-cylinder models
21 *4: 6-cylinderBack
Up
10 A
models
22 *5: Models with
Audio
10 A
smart entry system
23 *6: Models without
Fan Timer
7.5 A
smart entry system
24 Right Headlight Low Beam
10 A
25 Left Headlight Low Beam
10 A
ABS/VSA ECU *1
7.5 A *1
26
− *2
− *2
*if equipped
*1: Models with LKAS
*2: Models without LKAS
*3: 4-cylinder models
*4: 6-cylinder models
*5: Models with smart entry system
*6: Models without smart entry system
Circuit Protected
Amps
A/C
7.5 A
DRL
7.5 A
−
−
−
−
Meter
7.5 A
Fuse label
SRS
7.5 A
Option
(7.5 A)
MISS SOL
10 A
Fuel Pump
20 A
Circuit Protected
Amps
ABS/VSA
1
A/C
7.5 7.5
A A
2
DRL −
7.5 A−
Front
3
− Wiper
−7.5 A
ACG
4
−
−15 A
5 14 Rear Accessory
Meter Power Socket 7.5(20
A A)
(ConsoleSRS
Compartment)
6
7.5 A
Driver’s
Power Seat
7 15
Option
(7.5(20
A) A)
Reclining *
8
MISS SOL *
10 A
(20 A)
16
Moonroof
9
Fuel Pump
20 A
17
Front Seat Heaters *
(20 A)
10
ABS/VSA
7.5 A
18
−
−
11
−
−
Passenger Side Door
12 19
Front Wiper
7.5 10
A A
Unlock
13
ACG
15 A
Driver Side Rear Door
20Rear Accessory Power Socket
10 A
Unlock
14
(20 A)
(Console Compartment)
Driver’s Power Seat
15
(20 A)
Reclining *
16
Moonroof *
(20 A)
17
Front Seat Heaters *
(20 A)
18
−
−
Passenger Side Door
19
10 A
Unlock
Driver Side Rear Door
20
10 A
Unlock
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Circuit Protected
21
Driver’s Door Lock
22 Passenger Side Door Lock
23
Driver’s Door Unlock
24
SRS
25
Illumination
26
Key Lock
27
Parking Lights
28
Lumbar Support *
29 Right
Headlight
High Beam
Circuit
Protected
Washer
21 30
Driver’s Door
Lock
*
SMART
22 31 Passenger Side
Door Lock
Driver’sDoor
Power
Window
23 32 Driver’s
Unlock
Amps
10 A
10 A
10 A
10 A
10 A
7.5 A
10 A
(10 A)
10 A
Amps
10 15
A A
10(10
A A)
10 20
A A
Front Passenger’s
Power 10 A
24
SRS
33
20 A
Window
25
Illumination
10 A
RearKey
Driver
Side Power 7.5 A
26 34
Lock
20 A
Window
27
Parking
Lights
10 A
Passenger
Side* Power (10 A)
28 35 Rear
Lumbar
Support
20 A
Window
29 Right Headlight
High Beam
10 A
*
36
Driver’s
Power
Seat
Sliding
(20
30
Washer
15 A A)
37
ACCESSORY
*
31
SMART
(10 7.5
A) A
32 38 Driver’s Power−Window
20 A −
39 Left Headlight High Beam
10 A
Front Passenger’s Power
33
Front Accessory Power Socket 20 A
Window
40
20 A
(Console Panel)
Rear Driver Side Power
34 41 Driver Side Rear Door Lock 20 10
A A
Window
42
Door Lock
20 A
Rear Passenger Side* Power
35 a
20(7.5
A A)
Audio
Window
*
b
ACM
(20
*
(20 A) A)
36 Driver’s Power Seat Sliding
Rear
Seat Heaters *
37 c
ACCESSORY
7.5(15
A A)
*
Premium
38 d
− Amp
−(20 A)
− Beam
39 e Left Headlight High
10 A −
f Front Accessory Power
− Socket
−
40
Passenger’s
Power Seat 20 A
(Console Panel)
g
(20
A)
*
Reclining
41 Driver Side Rear
Door Lock
10 A
Passenger’s
Power Seat 20 A
42 h
Door Lock
(20 A)
Sliding *
a
Audio *
(7.5 A)
b
ACM *
(20 A)
c
Rear Seat Heaters *
(15 A)
d
Premium Amp *
(20 A)
e
−
−
f
−
−
Passenger’s Power Seat
g
(20 A)
Reclining *
Passenger’s Power Seat
(20 A)
h
Sliding *
*if equipped
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Maintenance
MAINTENANCE
Inspecting and Changing Fuses
1. Turn the vehicle off, including all lights and
accessories.
Blown fuse
2. Remove the fuse box cover.
3. Check the large fuse in the engine compartment.
If the fuse is blown, use a Phillips-head
screwdriver to remove the screws and replace
the fuse with a new one. Reinstall the screws.
Learn about basic maintenance that you can perform on the vehicle yourself, as well
as information about how to best maintain the vehicle.
Safety Precautions
Combined
fuse
Fuse puller
Some of the most important safety precautions are listed below; however, we cannot
warn you of every conceivable hazard that can arise in performing maintenance.
Only you can decide whether or not you should perform a given task.
Maintenance Safety
4. Inspect the small fuses in the engine
compartment and the vehicle interior.
• To reduce the possibility of fire or explosion, keep cigarettes, sparks, and flames
away from the battery and all fuel-related parts.
If there is a burned out fuse, remove it with the
fuse puller and replace it with a new one.
• Never leave rags, towels, or other flammable objects under the hood.
NOTICE
Replacing a fuse with one that has a higher rating greatly increases the chances of
damaging the electrical system.
• To clean parts, use a commercially available degreaser or parts cleaner, not
gasoline.
• Wear eye protection and protective clothing when working with the battery or
compressed air.
• Do not run the engine in confined spaces where carbon monoxide gas can
accumulate.
Vehicle Safety
• The vehicle must be stationary, and parked on level ground with the parking
brake set and the engine off.
• Be aware that hot parts can burn you.
• Be aware that moving parts can injure you.
WARNING
Improperly maintaining this vehicle or failing to correct a problem before
driving can cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
Always follow the inspection and maintenance recommendations according
to the schedules in this guide.
WARNING
Failure to properly follow maintenance instructions and precautions can
cause you to be seriously hurt or killed.
Always follow the procedures and precautions in this guide.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance Minder™
Maintenance Minder Service Codes
Reminds you when indicated maintenance service is due.
These codes indicate what services are due on your vehicle.
Models with information display
When maintenance is due, the Maintenance Minder indicator appears every time
you turn the vehicle on. Press the select/reset knob to change displays.
Maintenance
Minder indicator
CODE
A
B
Maintenance Minder
message
Main item
Sub items
Models with multi-information display
When maintenance is due, the system message indicator comes on and a message
appears on the multi-information display every time you turn the vehicle on. Press
either Info (p/q) button on the steering wheel to change displays.
System message
indicator
Maintenance Minder
message
Main item
Sub items
• Independent of the Maintenance Minder information, replace the brake fluid every
3 years.
• Inspect idle speed every 160,000 miles (256,000 km).
• Adjust the valves during services A, B, 1, 2, or 3 if they are noisy.
U.S. models
Maintenance, replacement, or repair of emissions control devices and systems
may be done by any automotive repair establishment or individuals using parts
that are certified to EPA standards.
According to state and federal regulations, failure to perform maintenance on the
maintenance main items marked with # will not void your emissions warranties.
However, all maintenance services should be performed in accordance with the
intervals indicated by the multi-information display.
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Maintenance Main Items
Replace engine oil *1
Replace engine oil *1 and oil filter
Inspect front and rear brakes/service as necessary
Check parking brake adjustment
Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox, and boots
Inspect suspension components
Inspect driveshaft boots
Inspect brake hoses and lines (Including ABS/VSA)
Inspect all fluid levels and condition of fluids
Inspect exhaust system #
Inspect fuel lines and connections #
*1: If a message SERVICE does not appear more than 12 months after the display is reset, change
the engine oil every year.
# : See information on maintenance and emissions warranty.
CODE
1
2
3
4
5
Maintenance Sub Items
Rotate tires
Replace air cleaner element *2
Replace dust and pollen filter *3
Inspect drive belt
Replace transmission fluid *4,*5
Replace spark plugs
Replace timing belt and inspect water pump *6,*7
Inspect valve clearance
Replace engine coolant
*2: If you drive in dusty conditions, replace the air cleaner element every 15,000 miles (24,000 km).
*3: If you drive primarily in urban areas that have high concentrations of soot in the air from industry
and diesel-powered vehicles, replace the dust and pollen filter every 15,000 miles (24,000 km).
*4: Continuously variable transmission (CVT) models
*5: Driving in mountainous areas at very low vehicle speeds or trailer towing results in higher
transmission temperatures. This requires transmission fluid changes more frequently than
recommended by the Maintenance Minder. If you regularly drive your vehicle under these
conditions, have the transmission fluid changed every 25,000 miles (40,000 km).
*6: 6-cylinder models
*7: If you drive regularly in very high temperatures (over 110 °F, 43 °C), in very low temperatures
(under -20 °F/-29 °C), or tow a trailer, replace every 60,000 miles/100,000 km.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Under the Hood
Opening the Hood
1. Park the vehicle on a level surface, and set the
parking brake.
4-cylinder models
Hood release handle
Brake fluid
(black cap)
Engine oil dipstick
(orange)
Clutch fluid*
(light gray cap)
Engine oil fill cap
Washer fluid
(blue cap)
Battery
2. Pull the hood release handle under the lower left
corner of the dashboard.
3. Push up the hood latch lever in the center of the
hood to release the lock mechanism, and open
the hood.
Follow the steps below to open and close the
hood based on your engine type.
Engine coolant
reserve tank
Pull
Lever
4-cylinder models
Remove the support rod from the clamp using the
grip. Mount the support rod in the hood.
Radiator cap
When closing, remove the support rod, and
stow it in the clamp, then gently lower the hood.
Remove your hand at a height of approximately
12 inches (30 cm) and let the hood close.
6-cylinder models
Engine oil fill cap
Brake fluid
(black cap)
Support rod
Grip
Clamp
6-cylinder models
Lift the hood up most of the way. The hydraulic
supports lift it up the rest of the way and hold it
up.
Engine oil dipstick
(orange)
Washer fluid
(blue cap)
Battery
Engine coolant
reserve tank
When closing, lower it to approximately 12
inches (30 cm), then press down firmly with your
hands.
NOTICE
Do not open the hood when the wiper arms are raised. The hood will strike the
wipers, and may damage either the hood or the wipers.
Radiator cap
*if equipped
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Engine Oil
Recommended Engine Oil
Park the vehicle on level ground, and wait approximately three minutes after turning
the engine off before you check the oil.
• Honda Genuine Motor Oil
Checking the Oil
1. Remove the dipstick (orange).
2. Wipe the dipstick with a clean cloth or paper
towel.
• Premium-grade 0W-20 detergent oil with an API Certification Seal on the
container
This seal indicates the oil is energy conserving and
that it meets the American Petroleum Institute’s
latest requirements.
4-cylinder models
Use Honda Genuine Motor Oil or another
commercial engine oil of suitable viscosity for the
ambient temperature as shown.
6-cylinder models
You may also use synthetic motor oil if it is labeled
with the API Certification Seal and is of the
specified viscosity grade.
3. Insert the dipstick back all the way into its hole.
4-cylinder models
Ambient temperature
Adding Oil
1. Unscrew and remove the engine oil fill cap.
4-cylinder models
Upper mark
Lower mark
4. Remove the dipstick again, and check the level.
It should be between the upper and lower marks.
Add oil if necessary.
2. Add oil slowly.
6-cylinder models
Engine oil fill cap
3. Reinstall the engine oil fill cap, and tighten it
securely.
Upper mark
Lower mark
6-cylinder models
4. Wait for three minutes and recheck the engine oil
dipstick.
Engine oil fill cap
NOTICE
Do not fill the engine oil above the upper mark. Overfilling the engine oil can result
in leaks and engine damage.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Resetting the Engine Oil Life
Engine Coolant
If you change or replace the vehicle’s engine oil yourself, you must reset the
engine oil life.
Park the vehicle on level ground. Check the reserve tank and the coolant level in the
radiator. We recommend Honda Long Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type 2.
Models with information display
Checking the Reserve Tank
1. Press the select/reset knob until the engine oil
life appears in the display.
1. Check the amount of coolant in the reserve tank.
2. Press and hold the knob for 10 seconds or more,
until the display begins to blink.
3. Press and hold the knob for 5 seconds or more.
The engine oil life display returns to 100%.
Models with multi-information display
Use the Info (p/q) and SEL/RESET buttons on the steering wheel buttons to
control the display.
1. Scroll to the Vehicle Settings screen, and select
it.
2. Scroll to the Maintenance Reset screen, and
select it.
3. Select Reset. The maintenance codes disappear,
and the engine oil life display returns to 100%.
NOTICE
Failure to reset the Maintenance Minder™ display after a maintenance service
results in the system showing incorrect maintenance intervals, which can lead to
serious mechanical problems.
Reserve
tank
2. If the coolant level is below the MIN mark, add
the specified coolant until it reaches the MAX
mark.
MAX
MIN
3. Inspect the cooling system for leaks.
NOTICE
If temperatures consistently below −22°F (−30°C) are expected, the coolant
mixture should be changed to a higher concentration. Consult a dealer for details
for more information.
Adding Coolant
1. Make sure the engine and radiator are cool.
2. Turn the radiator cap counterclockwise and
relieve any pressure in the coolant system. Do
not push the cap down when turning.
Radiator cap
3. Push down and turn the radiator cap
counterclockwise to remove it.
4. The coolant level should be up to the base of the
filler neck. Add coolant if it is low.
5. Put the radiator cap back on, and tighten it fully.
6. Pour coolant into the reserve tank until it reaches
the MAX mark. Put the cap back on the reserve
tank.
WARNING
Removing the radiator cap while the engine is hot can cause the coolant to
spray out, seriously scalding you.
Always let the engine and radiator cool down before removing the radiator
cap.
NOTICE
Pour the fluid slowly and carefully so you do not spill any. Clean up any spills
immediately; they can damage components in the engine compartment.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Brake Fluid
Checking the Battery
The fluid level should be between the MIN and MAX marks on the side of the
reservoir. We recommend using Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3.
Check the battery terminals for corrosion monthly.
Pour the fluid carefully.
If the fluid level is at or below the MIN mark, have a
dealer inspect for leaks or worn brake pads as soon
as possible.
Brake reservoir
MAX
The battery condition is monitored by a sensor on
the negative terminal. If there is a problem with the
sensor, a message on the information display*/multiinformation display* appears. Have your vehicle
checked by a dealer.
WARNING
MIN
The battery gives off explosive hydrogen gas during normal operation.
NOTICE
Brake fluid marked DOT 5 is not compatible with your vehicle’s braking system and
can cause extensive damage.
Clutch Fluid*
If the fluid level is at or below the MIN mark, have a
dealer inspect for leaks or an excessively worn clutch
plate as soon as possible.
When conducting any battery maintenance, wear protective clothing and a
face shield, or have a skilled technician do it.
WARNING: Battery posts, terminals, and related accessories contain lead and lead
compounds. Wash your hands after handling.
The fluid level should be between the MIN and MAX marks on the side of the
reservoir. We recommend using Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3.
Pour the fluid carefully.
A spark or flame can cause the battery to explode with enough force to kill or
seriously hurt you.
Window Washer Fluid
Clutch reservoir
MAX
MIN
If the washer fluid level is low, fill the washer reservoir.
Pour the washer fluid carefully. Do not overflow the
reservoir.
Canadian models
If the washer fluid level is low, the washer level
indicator or a message appears on the multi-information
display.
NOTICE
Do not use engine antifreeze or a vinegar/water solution in the windshield washer
reservoir. Antifreeze can damage your vehicle’s paint. A vinegar/water solution
can damage the windshield washer pump.
*if equipped
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Changing Wiper Blades
Tire Information
If the wiper blades leave streaks across the windshield, try cleaning them first with a
paper towel or soft cloth and wiper fluid. If the wiper blade rubber has deteriorated,
you should change the wiper blades.
To safely operate your vehicle, your tires must be of the proper type and size, in good
condition with adequate tread, and properly inflated.
1. Lift the driver side wiper arm first, then the
passenger side.
• Properly inflated tires provide the best combination of handling, tread life, and
comfort. Refer to the driver’s doorjamb label or the specifications (see page
148) for the specified pressure.
• Underinflated tires wear unevenly, adversely affect handling and fuel economy,
and are more likely to fail from overheating.
2. Press and hold the tab, then slide the blade from
the wiper arm.
• Overinflated tires make your vehicle ride harshly, are more prone to road
hazards, and wear unevenly.
Tab
3. Slide the wiper blade out from its holder by pulling
the tabbed end out.
• Every day before you drive, look at each of the tires. If one looks lower than the
others, check the pressure with a tire gauge.
• Measure the air pressure when tires are cold. This means the vehicle has been
parked for at least 3 hours, or driven less than 1 mile (1.6 km). If necessary, add
or release air until the specified pressure is reached, and then calibrate the
system (see page 121). If checked when hot, tire pressure can be as much as
4–6 psi (30–40 kPa, 0.3–0.5 kgf/cm2) higher than checked when cold.
4. Remove the retainers from the rubber blade that
has been removed, and mount to a new rubber
blade. Correctly align the rubber protrusion and the
retainer grooves.
• At least once a month or before long trips, use a gauge to measure the pressure
in all tires, including the spare. Even tires in good condition can lose 1–2 psi
(10–20 kPa, 0.1–0.2 kgf/cm2) per month.
Blade
5. Slide the new wiper blade onto the holder from the
bottom end. The tab on the holder should fit in the
indent of the wiper blade.
End cap at
the bottom
Inspection Guidelines
Top
Every time you inflate the tires, check for the following:
Retainer
Blade
6. Slide the wiper blade onto the wiper arm, then push
down the lock tab.
Inflation Guidelines
Holder
• Any damage to tires, including bumps, bulges, cuts, splits, or cracks in the side
or tread. Remove any foreign objects and inspect for air leaks. Replace tires if
you see fabric or cord.
• Uneven or excessive tread wear. Have a dealer check the wheel alignment.
7. Lower the passenger side wiper arm first, then the
driver side.
• Cracks or other damage around the valve stems.
Indent
Wear Indicators
Holder
Cap
NOTICE
Tab
The groove where the wear indicator is located is
1/16 inch (1.6 mm) shallower than elsewhere on the
tire. If the tread has worn so low that the indicator is
exposed, replace the tire. Worn out tires have poor
traction on wet roads.
Example of a wear
indicator mark
Avoid dropping the wiper arm, as it may damage the windshield.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Tire Service Life
WARNING
Using tires that are excessively worn or improperly inflated can cause
a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
Follow all instructions in this owner’s manual regarding tire inflation
and maintenance.
Tire and Loading Information Label
The label attached to the driver’s doorjamb provides necessary tire and
loading information.
Original
tire sizes
Number of
people your
vehicle can
carry
Proper cold
tire pressure
Total weight
your vehicle
can carry
(do not exceed)
The life of your tires is dependent on many factors, including driving habits, road
conditions, vehicle loading, inflation pressure, maintenance history, speed, and
environmental conditions (even when the tires are not in use).
In addition to regular inspections and inflation pressure maintenance, it is
recommended that you have annual inspections performed once the tires reach
five years old. All tires, including the spare, should be removed from service after
10 years from the date of manufacture, regardless of their condition or state of
wear.
Winter Tires
If driving on snowy or frozen roads, mount all season tires marked “M+S”, snow
tires, or tire chains; reduce speed; and maintain sufficient distance between
vehicles when driving. For winter tires, select the size and load ranges that are the
same as the original tires, and mount them to all four wheels.
Tire Chains
Install tire chains on the front tires only. Because your vehicle has limited tire
clearance, we strongly recommend using the following chains:
For 205/65R16 tires:
Cable-type: SCC Radial Chain SC1034
For 215/55R17 tires:
Cable-type: SCC Radial Chain SC1036
For 235/40R19 tires:
Cable-type: SCC Radial Chain SC1040
Tire and Wheel Replacement
Replace your tires with radials of the same size, load range, speed rating, and
maximum cold tire pressure rating (as shown on the tire’s sidewall). Using tires
of a different size or construction can cause certain vehicle systems to work
incorrectly. It is best to replace all four tires at the same time. If that isn’t possible,
replace the front or rear tires in pairs.
If you change or replace a wheel, make sure that the wheel’s specifications match
those of the original wheels. Only use TPMS-specified wheels approved for your
vehicle.
WARNING
Installing improper tires on your vehicle can affect handling and stability.
This can cause a crash in which you can be seriously hurt or killed.
Mount chains as tightly as you can, and make sure that they do not touch the
brake lines or suspension.
NOTICE
Traction devices that are the wrong size or improperly installed can damage your
vehicle’s brake lines, suspension, body, and wheels. Stop driving if they are hitting
any part of the vehicle.
WARNING
Using the wrong chains, or not properly installing chains, can damage the
brake lines and cause a crash in which you can be seriously injured or killed.
Follow all instructions in this guide regarding the selection and use of tire
chains.
Always use the size and type of tires recommended in the Owner’s Manual.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Tire Labeling
DOT Tire Quality Grading
The tires that came on your vehicle have a number of markings. Those you
should be aware of are described below.
The tires on your vehicle meet all U.S. Federal Safety Requirements. All tires are
also graded for treadwear, traction, and temperature performance according
to Department of Transportation (DOT) standards. The following explains these
gradings.
Here is an example of what each marking means:
215/55R17 94V
• 215: tire width in millimeters
• 55: aspect ratio (tire section height as a
percentage of its width)
• R: tire construction code (radial)
• 17: rim diameter in inches
• 94: load index (code indicating maximum load
tire can carry)
• V: speed symbol (code indicating maximum speed rating)
Tire Identification Number (TIN)
The tire identification number
(TIN) is a group of numbers
and letters that look like the
example below. TIN is located
on the sidewall of the tire.
Tire size
Tire
identification
number (TIN)
Maximum
tire load
Maximum
tire pressure
Tire size
Quality grades can be found where applicable on the tire sidewall between tread
shoulder and maximum section width.
For example:
Treadwear 200
Traction AA
Temperature A
All passenger car tires must conform to Federal Safety Requirements in
addition to these grades.
Treadwear
DOT B97R FW6X 2209
DOT: This indicates that the tire meets all
requirements of the U.S. Department of
Transportation.
B97R: Manufacturer’s identification mark
FW6X: Tire type code
22 09: Date of Transportation
Year
Week
Glossary of Tire Terminology
Cold Tire Pressure – The tire air pressure when the vehicle has been
parked for at least three hours or driven less than 1 mile (1.6 km).
Load Rating – The maximum load that a tire is rated to carry for a given
inflation pressure.
Maximum Inflation Pressure – The maximum tire air pressure that the tire
can hold.
Maximum Load Rating – The load rating for a tire at the maximum
permissible inflation pressure for that tire.
Recommended Inflation Pressure – The cold tire inflation pressure
recommended by the manufacturer.
Treadwear Indicators (TWI) – The projections within the principal grooves
designed to give a visual indication of the degrees of wear of the tread.
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Uniform Tire Quality Grading
The treadwear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of the tire
when tested under controlled conditions on a specified government test course.
For example, a tire graded 150 would wear one and one-half (1 1/2) times as well
on the government course as a tire graded 100. The relative performance of
tires depends upon the actual conditions of their use, however, and may depart
significantly from the norm due to variations in driving habits, service practices,
and differences in road characteristics and climate.
Traction
The traction grades, from highest to lowest, are AA, A, B, and C. Those grades
represent the tire’s ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled
conditions on specified government test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. A tire
marked C may have poor traction performance.
WARNING: The traction grade assigned to this tire is based on straight-ahead
braking traction tests, and does not include acceleration, cornering, hydroplaning,
or peak traction characteristics.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
Temperature
Testing of Readiness Codes
The temperature grades are A (the highest), B, and C, representing the tire’s
resistance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested
under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory test wheel. Sustained
high temperature can cause the material of the tire to degenerate and reduce
tire life, and excessive temperature can lead to sudden tire failure. The grade
C corresponds to a level of performance which all passenger car tires must
meet under the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 109. Grades B and
A represent higher levels of performance on the laboratory test wheel than the
minimum required by law.
Your vehicle has “readiness codes” as part of the onboard self-diagnostic system.
Some states refer to these codes as a test to see if your vehicle’s emissions
components are working properly. The codes may not be read if you go through the
testing just after the battery has gone dead or been disconnected.
WARNING: The temperature grade for this tire is established for a tire that
is properly inflated and not overloaded. Excessive speed, underinflation, or
excessive loading, either separately or in combination, can cause heat buildup
and possible tire failure.
1. Fill the gas tank to approximately 3/4 full.
To check if they are set, turn the vehicle on without starting the engine. The
malfunction indicator lamp will come on for several seconds. If it goes off, the
readiness codes are set. If it blinks five times, the readiness codes are not set.
If you are required to have your vehicle tested before the readiness codes are set,
prepare the vehicle for retesting by doing the following:
2. Park the vehicle and leave the engine off for 6 hours or more.
3. Make sure the ambient temperature is between 40°F and 95°F (4°C and 35°C).
4. Start the engine without touching the accelerator pedal, and let it idle for 20
seconds.
5. Keep the vehicle in Park (P) or Neutral for manual transmission. Increase the
engine speed to 2,000 rpm, and hold it there for about 3 minutes.
6. Let the engine idle with your foot off the accelerator for 20 seconds.
7. Select a nearby, lightly traveled major highway where you can maintain a speed
of 50 to 60 mph (80 to 97 km/h) for at least 20 minutes. Drive on the highway
with the vehicle in Drive (D) or 5th gear. Do not use cruise control. When traffic
allows, drive for 90 seconds without using the accelerator pedal. (Vehicle speed
may vary slightly; this is OK.) If you cannot do this for a continuous 90 seconds
because of traffic conditions, drive for at least 30 seconds, then repeat two more
times (for a total of 90 seconds).
8. Drive in city/suburban traffic for at least 10 minutes. When traffic conditions
allow, let the vehicle coast for several seconds without using the accelerator
pedal or the brake pedal.
9. Park the vehicle and leave the engine off for 30 minutes.
The readiness codes are erased when the battery is disconnected, and set again
only after several days of driving under a variety of conditions.
If a testing facility determines that the readiness codes are not set, you may be
requested to return at a later date to complete the test, or see your dealer.
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SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
4-cylinder models (continued)
Fluids
4-cylinder models
Vehicle
Model
No. of Passengers:
Front
Rear
Total
Weights:
Gross Vehicle
Weight Rating
Gross Axle Weight
Rating (Front)
Gross Axle Weight
Rating (Rear)
Air Conditioning:
Refrigerant Type
Charge Quantity
Lubricant Type
Honda Accord Sedan
2
3
5
U.S.: 4,200 lbs (1,905 kg) *1
4,321 lbs (1,960 kg)*2
Canada: 1,930 kg*1
1,980 kg*2
U.S.: 2,249 lbs (1,020 kg) *1
2,315 lbs (1,050 kg)*2
Canada: 1,030 kg*1
1,065 kg*2
U.S.: 2,006 lbs (910 kg)*1
2,050 lbs (930 kg)*2
Canada: 910 kg*1
930 kg*2
HFC-134a (R-134a)
15.0 – 16.8 oz (425 – 475 g)
ND-OIL 8
*1: LX models
*2: Except LX models
Engine and Fuel
Engine
Displacement
Spark Plugs
144 cu-in (2,356 cm 3)
DILKAR7G11GS
NGK
DILKAR7H11GS
DENSO
DXE22HQR-D11S
Headlights (Low Beam)
Headlights (High Beam)
Fog Lights *
Front Turn Signal/Side Marker/Parking Lights*1, *3
Front Turn Signal/Side Marker Lights*1, *4
Parking/Daytime Running Lights *4
Front Turn Signal Lights*2
Front Side Marker Lights*2
Side Turn Signal Lights
(on Door Mirrors)*
Brake Lights
Rear Turn Signal Lights
Rear Side Marker Lights
Taillights (on Fenders)
Back-Up Lights
Taillights (on Trunk Lid)
High-Mount Brake Light
Rear License Plate Lights
Trunk Light
Interior Lights
Map Lights
Ceiling Light
Vanity Mirror Lights
Courtesy Lights *
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
*5:
*6:
·Genuine Honda Motor Oil 0W-20
·API Premium-grade 0W-20 detergent oil
Change
4.2 US qt (4.0 ℓ)
Change
including
4.4 US qt (4.2 ℓ)
filter
Recommended
55W (H11)*1
LED*2
60W (HB3)*1
LED*2
LED
Capacity
28/8W (Amber)
Engine Coolant
LED
LED
3CP
LED
21W *5
LED*6
21W (Amber)
LED
LED
16W
LED
LED
5W
5W
8W
8W
1.4W
2CP
Models with halogen headlights
Models with LED headlights
Models with bulb type parking lights
Models with LED type parking/daytime running lights
Models with bulb type brake lights
Models with LED type brake lights
Specified
Ratio
Capacity
Honda Long-Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type2
50/50 with distilled water
1.66 US gal (6.28 ℓ)*1
1.66 US gal (6.30 ℓ)*2
(change including the remaining
0.17 US gal (0.64 ℓ) in the reserve tank)
*1: Continuously variable transmission (CVT) models
*2: Manual transmission models
Brake/Clutch Fluid
Specified
Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3
Continuously Variable Transmission
(CVT) Fluid
Specified
Capacity
HCF-2
Change
3.9 US qt (3.7 ℓ)
Manual Transmission Fluid
Specified
Capacity
Honda Manual Transmission Fluid
Change
2.0 US qt (1.9 ℓ)
Washer Fluid
Tank Capacity
U.S.: 2.6 US qt (2.5 ℓ)
Canada: 4.85 ℓ
Tires
Fuel
Fuel:
Type
Fuel Tank Capacity
Engine Oil
Light Bulbs
Size
Unleaded gasoline
Pump octane number of 87 or higher
17.2 US gal (65 ℓ)
Regular
Pressure
psi (kPa [kgf/cm2])
Front
Rear
Compact
Spare
205/65R16 95H *1
215/55R17 94V *2
235/40R19 96V *3
Size
Pressure
psi (kPa [kgf/cm2])
Regular
Wheel Size
Compact Spare
33 (230 [2.3]) *1, *3
33 (225 [2.3]) *2
32 (220 [2.2]) *1, *3
33 (225 [2.3]) *2
T135/90D16 102M *1, *2
T135/80D17 103M *3
60 (420 [4.2])
16 x 7J*1
17 x 7 1/2J *2
19 x 8J*3
16 x 4T *1, *2
17 x 4T *3
*1: U.S. LX models
*2: U.S. EX, EX-L models and Canadian LX, EX-L models
*3: U.S. Sport models and Canadian Sport, Touring models
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION
CUSTOMER INFORMATION
6-cylinder models
Vehicle
Light Bulbs
Model
No. of Passengers:
Front
Rear
Total
Weights:
Gross Vehicle
Weight Rating
Gross Axle Weight
Rating (Front)
Honda Accord Sedan
2
3
5
U.S.: 2,491 lbs (1,130 kg)
Canada: 1,130 kg
U.S.: 2,072 lbs (940 kg)
Canada: 940 kg
Air Conditioning:
Refrigerant Type
Charge Quantity
Lubricant Type
HFC-134a (R-134a)
15.0 – 16.8 oz (425 – 475 g)
ND-OIL 8
Engine and Fuel
Engine
Displacement
Spark Plugs
212 cu-in (3,471 cm 3)
NGK
ILZKR7B11
DENSO
SXU22HCR11
Fuel
Fuel:
Type
Fuel Tank Capacity
Unleaded gasoline
Pump octane number of 87 or higher
17.2 US gal (65 ℓ)
Size
Brake Lights
Rear Turn Signal Lights
Rear Side Marker Lights
Taillights (on Fenders)
Back-Up Lights
Taillights (on Trunk Lid)
High-Mount Brake Light
Rear License Plate Lights
Trunk Light
Interior Lights
Map Lights
Ceiling Light
Vanity Mirror Lights
Courtesy Lights
*1:
*2:
*3:
*4:
*5:
*6:
28/8W (Amber)
LED
LED
3CP
LED
21W *5
LED*6
21W (Amber)
LED
LED
16W
LED
LED
5W
5W
8W
8W
1.4W
2CP
Models with halogen headlights
Models with LED headlights
Models with bulb type parking lights
Models with LED type parking/daytime running lights
Models with bulb type brake lights
Models with LED type brake lights
215/55R17 94V *1
235/40R19 96V *2
Engine Oil
33 (225 [2.3]) *1
33 (230 [2.3]) *2
33 (225 [2.3]) *1
32 (220 [2.2]) *2
T135/90D16 102M *1
T135/80D17 103M *2
Capacity
Pressure
psi (kPa [kgf/cm2])
Front
Rear
Compact
Spare
Fog Lights
Front Turn Signal/Side Marker/Parking Lights*1, *3
Front Turn Signal/Side Marker Lights*1, *4
Parking/Daytime Running Lights *4
Front Turn Signal Lights*2
Front Side Marker Lights*2
Side Turn Signal Lights
(on Door Mirrors)
55W (H11)
LED*2
60W (HB3)*1
LED*2
LED
Fluids
Tires
Regular
Headlights (Low Beam)
Headlights (High Beam)
U.S.: 4,542 lbs (2,060 kg)
Canada: 2,060 kg
Gross Axle Weight
Rating (Rear)
Learn about information specific to you as a Honda customer and how to get help.
*1
Size
Pressure
psi (kPa [kgf/cm2])
Regular
Wheel Size
Compact Spare
60 (420 [4.2])
17 x 7 1/2J *1
19 x 8J*2
16 x 4T *1
17 x 4T *2
*1: EX-L V6 models
*2: U.S. Touring models and Canadian V6 Touring models
·Genuine Honda Motor Oil 0W-20
·API Premium-grade 0W-20 detergent oil
Change
4.2 US qt (4.0 ℓ)
Change
including
4.5 US qt (4.3 ℓ)
filter
Recommended
Engine Coolant
Specified
Ratio
Capacity
Honda Long-Life Antifreeze/Coolant Type2
50/50 with distilled water
1.72 US gal (6.5 ℓ)
(change including the remaining
0.17 US gal (0.64 ℓ) in the reserve tank)
Brake Fluid
Specified
Honda Heavy Duty Brake Fluid DOT 3
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Specified
Capacity
Honda ATF DW-1
(automatic transmission fluid)
Change
3.3 US qt (3.1 ℓ)
Washer Fluid
Tank Capacity
U.S.: 2.6 US qt (2.5 ℓ)
Canada: 4.85 ℓ
Frequently Asked Questions/Troubleshooting
Below are some frequently asked questions and troubleshooting items that you may
have about the vehicle.
Q: How do I set the vehicle clock?
A: For vehicles without navigation, see page 49. For vehicles with navigation, the
time is automatically set using GPS signals.
Q: Why doesn’t the vehicle start when I press the ENGINE START/STOP button?*
A: The brake pedal (and/or clutch pedal*) must be pressed to start the engine.
Q: What is the AUTO setting on my headlight lever?
A: When in the AUTO position, the vehicle’s exterior lights will automatically turn
on or off depending on the ambient lighting.
Q: Why won’t the driver’s door unlock when I grab the door handle, even though the keyless access remote is within range?*
A: If you pull the handle too quickly, the system may not have time to confirm the
door is unlocked. Wait to hear a beep to confirm the door is unlocked. If you are
wearing gloves, the system may be slow to respond.
Q: After my battery was disconnected or went dead, the audio system is asking for a code. Where do I find this?
A: In most cases, you do not need to enter a code. Turn on the vehicle and the
audio system, and press and hold the power button until the system reactivates.
Q: Why can’t I operate Pandora® through the audio system?*
A: Audio may be streaming through Bluetooth® Audio. Make sure Pandora mode
is selected and the phone cable is properly connected to the USB adapter cable (if using). Some phones may prompt you to “Allow” a connection.
Q: Is my phone compatible with Bluetooth features?
A:Visit handsfreelink.com (U.S.) or www.handsfreelink.ca (Canada) to
check phone compatibility for Bluetooth® Audio, Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink®,
and SMS text messaging.
Q: Every time I press the Talk button, the system gives me voice prompts. Can I turn these off?*
A: From the Home screen, select SETTINGS. Select System, then select Voice
Prompt. Select Off.
*if equipped
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CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Contact Us
Warranty Coverages
Honda dealer personnel are trained professionals. They should be able to answer
all your questions. If you encounter a problem that your dealership does not solve
to your satisfaction, please discuss it with the dealership’s service manager or
general manager. If you are dissatisfied with the decision made by the dealership’s
management, contact Honda Automobile Customer Service.
Below is a brief summary of the warranties covering your new vehicle.
U.S. owners
American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Honda Automobile Customer Service
1919 Torrance Blvd.
Mail Stop 500-2N-7A
Torrance, CA 90501-2746
Tel: (800) 999-1009
In Puerto Rico and
the U.S. Virgin Islands
Bella International
P.O. Box 190816
San Juan, PR 00919-0816
Tel: (787) 620-7546
Canadian owners
Honda Canada, Inc.
Customer Relations
180 Honda Blvd.
Markham, ON
L6C 0H9
Tel: (888) 946-6329
Fax: (877) 939-0909
e-mail: honda_cr@ch.honda.com
New Vehicle Limited Warranty: Covers your new vehicle, except for the emissions
control system and accessories, against defects in materials and workmanship.
Emissions Control Systems Defects Warranty and Emissions Performance
Warranty: Covers your vehicle’s emissions control systems. Time, mileage, and
coverage are conditional.
Seat Belt Limited Warranty: Covers seat belts that fail to function properly.
Rust Perforation Limited Warranty: Covers all exterior body panels that rust through
from the inside.
Accessory Limited Warranty: Covers Honda accessories.
Replacement Parts Limited Warranty: Covers all Honda replacement parts against
defects in materials and workmanship.
Replacement Battery Limited Warranty: Provides prorated coverage for a
replacement battery purchased from a Honda dealer.
Replacement Muffler Lifetime Limited Warranty: Covers a replacement muffler for
the duration of the ownership.
When you call or write, please give us the following information:
Restrictions and exclusions apply to all these warranties. See the Warranty Manual
on the Owner Information CD or at owners.honda.com (U.S.) or myhonda.ca
(Canada) for complete descriptions of each warranty, including time, mileage, and
other conditional limitations.
• Vehicle Identification Number
• Date of purchase
• Odometer reading of your vehicle
Your vehicle’s original tires are covered by their manufacturer. Tire warranty
information can be found on the Owner Information CD or at owners.honda.com
(U.S.) or myhonda.ca (Canada).
• Your name, address, and telephone number
• A detailed description of the problem
• Name of the dealer who sold the vehicle to you
Honda Roadside Assistance
24-hour emergency road service is available to you in the United States and
Canada throughout your 3-year/36,000-mile warranty term. Services include
jump starting, flat tire and lockout assistance, towing, and more (limitations apply).
Call (866) 864-5211 (U.S.) or (800) 465-7587 (Canada).
*if equipped
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VOICE COMMAND INDEX
VOICE COMMAND INDEX
VOICE COMMAND INDEX
Learn about all available voice commands to help you operate the vehicle. Available
on vehicles with touchscreen.
Press the Talk button before you say a command.
Voice Portal Commands
When you press the Talk button, the Voice Portal screen appears. Say one of the
options, and follow the system prompts.
• Phone call
• Music search
• Audio
• Climate control
• Navigation*
• Voice setting
• Voice help
• What is today’s date?
• What time is it?
Audio Commands*
The system accepts these commands on most screens. Audio volume levels
cannot be controlled using voice commands.
FM/AM Radio Commands
Disc (CD) Commands
• Audio on**
• Audio off**
• Radio FM
• Radio AM
• Radio tune to # FM (#: frequency,
e.g., 95.5)
• Radio tune to # AM (#: frequency,
e.g., 1020)
• Radio FM preset # (#: 1 to 12)
• Radio AM preset # (#: 1 to 6)
• Disc
• Disc play
• Disc play track # (#: 1 to 30)
Navigation Commands*
SiriusXM® Radio Commands
The system accepts these commands on most screens. You only need to press the
Talk button once for navigation commands.
• Radio SXM
• SXM channel # (#: 0 to 255)
• SXM channel (channel name)
• Radio SXM preset # (#: 1 to 12)
• View map
• Find place
• Find category
• Find intersection
• Recently found
• Go home
• Find address
• Find city
• Find saved places
Climate Control Commands
The system accepts these commands on most screens.
• Fan speed # (#: 1 to 7)
• Climate control on**
• Temperature # degrees
• Climate control off**
• Air conditioner on**
(#: 57 to 87°F)
• Air conditioner off**
• Temperature max heat
• Temperature max cool
• Defrost on**
• Defrost off**
Phone Commands
The system accepts these commands on most screens. Not available during use
of Apple Car Play or Android Auto.
• Call by number
• Call by name
iPod® Commands***
• iPod
• iPod play
• iPod play track # (#: 1-30)
Bluetooth® Audio Commands
Pandora® Commands (U.S. only)***
• Pandora
• Pandora play
• Bluetooth audio play
(may not work on all phones)
AUX Commands
• Aux audio play
Song By Voice™ Commands***
Available for tracks stored on an iPod® or USB device.
• Music search
• List album (specify album)
• List artist (specify artist)
• List composer (specify composer)
• List genre (specify genre)
• List playlist (specify playlist)
• Play album (specify album)
• Play artist (specify artist)
• Play composer (specify composer)
• Play genre (specify genre)
• Play playlist (specify playlist)
• Play song (specify song)
• What/Who am I listening to?
• Who is this?
• What’s playing?
• Who’s playing?
• What album is this?
• Call (number)
• Call (name)
*models with navigation
**These commands toggle the function on and off, so the
command may not match your intended action.
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USB Commands***
• USB
• USB play
• USB play track # (#: 1 to 30)
*models with navigation
**These commands toggle the function on and off, so the
command may not match your intended action.
***Not available during use of Apple Car Play.
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INDEX
INDEX
INDEX
ABS ......................................................24, 104
ACC
........................................................24, 26
Accessory Power Socket................................50
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)................24, 107
Address..............................................................89
Advanced Airbags..............................................8
Aha™ Radio.......................................................64
Airbags ................................................................8
Airbag Care....................................................13
Airbag System Components........................12
Airbag System Indicators............................10
Ambient Meter................................................105
Android Auto......................................................66
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)...............24, 104
Apple CarPlay....................................................65
Apps ..............................................................62
Audio Commands............................................155
Audio Operation................................................50
Aha™ Radio...................................................64
Android Auto..................................................66
Apple CarPlay..................................................5
Auxiliary Input Jack......................................50
Bluetooth® Audio....................................59, 72
Compact Disc (CD)..................................56, 69
FM/AM Radio...........................................55, 67
HondaLink®....................................................63
iPod® ........................................................57, 70
One Display Audio Operation......................54
Pandora®..................................................60, 73
SiriusXM® Radio............................................68
Sound..............................................................53
Steering Wheel Controls..............................52
Touchscreen Operation...............................61
USB Flash Drive.......................................58, 71
USB Port.........................................................50
Wi-Fi Connection...........................................64
Wireless Charger..........................................51
Auto High-Beam System.....................24, 26, 36
Automatic (AUTO) Rain-Sensing Wipers......38
Automatic Dimming Rearview Mirror............44
AUX Commands..............................................155
Auxiliary Input Jack..........................................50
Battery ............................................................139
Bluetooth® Audio........................................59, 72
Bluetooth® Audio Commands.......................155
Bluetooth® HandsFreeLink® (HFL)..................74
Call History...............................................77, 83
Dialing a Number....................................76, 82
E-Mail..............................................................84
HFL Controls.............................................74, 79
HondaLink® Assist........................................85
Making a Call...........................................76, 82
Pairing a Phone.......................................75, 81
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Phonebook...............................................77, 83
Siri Eyes Free.................................................86
SMS Text Messaging.............................78, 84
Speed Dial................................................76, 82
Talk Button Tips.............................................80
Brake Assist System......................................104
Brake Fluid.......................................................138
Brake system...............................................23, 24
Braking ............................................................104
Brightness Control............................................35
Call History...................................................77, 83
Carbon Monoxide Gas.......................................4
Changing a Flat Tire........................................123
Changing Settings.............................................48
Charging system...............................................23
Childproof Door Locks......................................32
Child Safety........................................................14
Child Seat...........................................................16
Adding Security with a Tether....................19
LATCH-Compatible Child Seat.....................17
Climate Control Commands...........................154
Climate Control System....................................46
Clock ..............................................................49
Clutch Fluid......................................................138
Collision Mitigation Braking System™
(CMBS™)..............................24, 26, 112
Compact Disc (CD)......................................56, 69
Compact Disc (CD) Commands.....................155
Condition Indicators.........................................25
Contact Us........................................................152
Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)... 101
Cruise Control............................................26, 106
Customer Information....................................151
Customized Features........................................48
Dashboard and Other Controls.........................2
Destination.........................................................89
Dialing a Number........................................76, 82
Door Mirrors......................................................44
Door open...........................................................25
Door Operation............................................31, 32
DOT Tire Quality Grading...............................145
Driving ..............................................................94
Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)..................107
Braking..........................................................104
Collision Mitigation Braking System™
(CMBS™)..........................................112
Continuously Variable Transmission
(CVT)..................................................101
Cruise Control..............................................106
Eco Assist System.......................................105
ENGINE START/STOP button....................101
Ignition..........................................................100
Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS)........110
LaneWatch™...............................................111
Manual Transmission.................................103
Maximum Load Limit.....................................96
Multi-View Rear Camera...........................114
Paddle Shifters............................................102
Parking Sensor System..............................113
Power Mode................................................101
Refueling.......................................................115
Remote Engine Start.....................................99
Road Departure Mitigation (RDM)...........109
Shifting..........................................................101
Towing a Trailer.............................................98
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA®).................105
Driving Position Memory System...................43
Eco Assist System..........................................105
ECON Button....................................................105
ECON mode........................................................26
Electric Power Steering (EPS)........................24
Electronic Stability Control (ESC).................105
E-Mail ..............................................................84
Emergency Engine Stop.................................120
Emergency Towing.........................................120
Engine and Fuel.......................................148, 150
Engine Coolant................................................137
Engine Oil.........................................................134
ENGINE START/STOP button........................101
Exterior lights...............................................26, 35
Fastening a Seat Belt.........................................7
Flat Tire ............................................................123
Floor Mats..........................................................40
Fluids ....................................................149, 150
FM/AM Radio...............................................55, 67
FM/AM Radio Commands..............................155
Fog lights............................................................26
Foot Brake........................................................104
Frequently Asked Questions.........................151
Front Airbags (SRS)............................................8
Front Door Inner Handle..................................32
Fuel Information..............................................115
Fuse Locations................................................126
Garage Opener..................................................45
Hazards..............................................................26
Headlight-Wiper Integration...........................37
Head Restraints.................................................41
High beams........................................................26
High temperature..............................................24
Home Address...................................................89
HomeLink® Garage Opener.............................45
HondaLink®........................................................63
HondaLink® Assist............................................85
Honda Roadside Assistance.........................152
Hood ............................................................132
Ignition ............................................................100
Immobilizer.........................................................26
Information Display..........................................27
Instrument Panel...............................................23
Interior Lights....................................................35
Intermittent Wipers..........................................37
iPod® ........................................................57, 70
iPod® Commands............................................155
Jump Starting..................................................117
Key
..............................................................30
Lane Keeping Assist System (LKAS).....25, 110
LaneWatch™...................................................111
Lap/Shoulder Seat Belts....................................5
LATCH-Compatible Child Seat.........................17
Light Bulbs...............................................148, 150
Light control.......................................................24
Lights ........................................................26, 35
LKAS ........................................................25, 26
Lock Tab..............................................................32
Low fuel..............................................................25
Low oil pressure................................................23
Low temperature...............................................24
Low tire pressure..............................................25
Maintenance...................................................129
Battery..........................................................139
Brake Fluid...................................................138
Clutch Fluid...................................................138
Engine Coolant.............................................137
Engine Oil......................................................134
Maintenance Minder™..............................130
Service Codes..............................................131
Under the Hood...........................................132
Window Washer Fluid................................139
Making a Call...............................................76, 82
Malfunction indicator lamp.............................24
Malfunction Indicators....................................23
Manual Seats....................................................40
Manual Transmission.....................................103
Map Legend.......................................................92
Master Door Lock Switch................................32
Maximum Load Limit........................................96
Mirrors ..............................................................44
Moonroof............................................................34
Multi-Information Display (MID)....................28
Multi-View Rear Camera...............................114
Music search...................................................155
Navigation..........................................................87
Display and Controls.....................................88
Entering a Destination..................................89
Home Address...............................................89
Map Legend...................................................92
Place Category..............................................90
Recent Places................................................90
Routing............................................................92
Saved Places.................................................91
Steering Wheel Controls..............................87
Street Address...............................................89
System Guidance Volume............................87
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INDEX
Talk Button Tips.............................................87
Traffic..............................................................93
Turn-by-turn directions................................92
Navigation Commands...................................154
One Display Audio Operation..........................54
One-Touch Turn Signal.....................................38
On/Off Indicators...............................................26
Opening the Hood...........................................133
Overheating.....................................................119
Paddle Shifters................................................102
Pairing a Phone...........................................75, 81
Pandora®......................................................60, 73
Pandora® Commands.....................................155
Parking brake............................................25, 104
Parking sensor system.............................24, 113
Passenger Airbag Off Indicator......................11
Phone ........................................................75, 81
Phonebook...................................................77, 83
Phone Commands...........................................154
Place Category..................................................90
Power Door Mirrors.........................................44
Power Mode....................................................101
Power Moonroof Operation............................34
Power Seats......................................................39
Power Window Lock........................................33
Power Window Operation...............................33
Rain-Sensing Wipers.......................................38
Readiness Codes............................................147
Rear Camera....................................................114
Rear Seats..........................................................42
Rearview Mirror................................................44
Recent Places...................................................90
Refueling..........................................................115
Remote Battery Strength...............................116
Remote Engine Start.........................................99
Remote Transmitter..........................................30
Reporting Safety Defects................................22
Road Departure Mitigation (RDM).........25, 109
Roadside Assistance......................................152
Routing ..............................................................92
Safety Information..............................................3
Airbags..............................................................8
Child Safety....................................................14
Reporting Safety Defects.............................22
Safety Label Locations.................................21
Safety Messages............................................3
Seat Belts.........................................................5
Saved Places.....................................................91
Seat Belts.............................................................5
Fastening a Seat Belt.....................................7
Seat Belt Inspection.......................................6
Seat Belt Reminder.......................................25
Shoulder Anchor.............................................7
Seat Heaters......................................................47
Seats ..............................................................39
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INDEX
Select/reset knob..............................................27
SEL/RESET button.............................................29
Service Codes.................................................131
SETTINGS Button..............................................48
Setting the Clock...............................................49
Shifting ............................................................101
Shift Lever Does Not Move...........................116
Shoulder Anchor.................................................7
Side Airbags........................................................9
Side Curtain Airbags..........................................9
Siri Eyes Free.....................................................86
SiriusXM® Radio................................................68
SiriusXM® Radio Commands.........................155
Smart Entry system.....................................23, 31
SMS Text Messaging.................................78, 84
Song By Voice™ Commands.........................155
Sound ..............................................................53
Specifications..................................................148
Speed Dial....................................................76, 82
SRS (Supplemental Restraint System)
Indicator.............................................10
Starter system...................................................24
Steering Wheel.................................................43
Steering Wheel and Nearby Controls.............1
Steering Wheel Controls...........................52, 87
Street Address..................................................89
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)..........23
System Guidance Volume................................87
System message...............................................25
Talk Button Tips...........................................80, 87
Text Messaging...........................................78, 84
Tire Information...............................................141
DOT Tire Quality Grading...........................145
Inflation Guidelines.....................................141
Tire and Loading Information Label.........142
Tire and Wheel Replacement....................142
Tire Chains....................................................143
Tire Identification Number (TIN)...............144
Tire Labeling.................................................144
Tire Service Life...........................................143
Tire Terminology..........................................144
Wear Indicators..........................................141
Winter Tires..................................................143
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
(TPMS)........................................24, 121
Tires ....................................................148, 150
Touchscreen Operation...................................61
Towing ............................................................120
Towing a Trailer.................................................98
Traffic ..............................................................93
Trip Computer....................................................29
Troubleshooting...............................................151
Trunk ..............................................................31
Trunk Opener.....................................................32
Turn-by-turn directions....................................92
Turn Signal...................................................26, 38
Under the Hood...............................................132
USB Commands..............................................155
USB Flash Drive..........................................58, 71
USB Port.............................................................50
Vehicle ....................................................148, 150
Vehicle Controls................................................30
Vehicle Settings................................................29
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA®).........24, 26, 105
Visual Index.........................................................1
Voice Command Index...................................154
Voice Portal Commands.................................154
Warranty Coverages......................................153
Washer fluid level.............................................25
Wear Indicators..............................................141
Widgets..............................................................62
Wi-Fi Connection..............................................64
Window Washer Fluid....................................139
Windows............................................................33
Winter Tires......................................................143
Wiper Blades...................................................140
Wiper Operation................................................37
Wireless Charger..............................................51
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