HONDA ACCORD 2010 8.G Technology Reference Guide
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Technology Reference Guide
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Instrument Panel Indicators
Briefly appear with each engine start. Red and amber indicators are most critical. Blue and green indicators are used for general information.
ABS (anti-lock brake system)
DRL (daytime running lights)
Malfunction lamp (check engine light)
TPMS (tire pressure monitoring system)
VSA (vehicle stability assist)
Malfunction Indicators:If an indicator remains on, there may be a problem; see your dealer.
Low oil pressure
SRS (supplemental restraint system)
Low brake fluid
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Condition Indicators:Action is needed.
SIDE AIRBAG OFF
VSA solid: off Blinks: activated
CRUISE CONTROL on
CRUISE MAIN on
Immobilizer Flashes: improperly coded key; use correct key
Turn signals/hazards on
Fog lights onHigh beams onSecurity system on
Seat belt reminder: Fasten seat belt(s)
Low fuel: Refill
Low tire pressure: Add air
Maintenance minder: Make appointment
Parking brake on: Release
Door/Trunk open: Close door(s) / trunk
PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF (above Hazard Warning button)
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Information DisplayConsists of several displays that provide you with useful information.
Once you start the engine, the information display shows your last active selection from the previousdrive cycle.
To toggle between the different displays, press and release the select/reset knob repeatedly.
Information DisplaysAccessing the Information Display
* if equipped
Outside temperature*, Trip meter B
Outsidetemperature*, Trip meter A
Odometer, Trip meter A
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Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Each tire valve stem contains a TPMS sensor.
When the tire pressure drops significantly below recommended levels,the low tire pressure indicator comes on.
Visually inspect the tires and usea tire air pressure gauge to check which tire(s) have low pressure.
How It Works What to Do
Inflatethe tire(s) to the recommended pressures listed on the label on the driver’s doorjamb.
Monitors the vehicle’s tire pressures.
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Auto Door Locks/HomeLink®
Auto Door Locking/Unlocking
Default Lock Setting
Modifying the Auto Door Unlock Setting
The doors are preset to lock when your vehiclereaches about 9 mph.
Default Unlock Setting
Only the driver’s door is preset to unlockwhen you shift intoPark (P).
Follow these steps to program all doors to unlock when you shift to Park:
1. Closethe driver’s door. Turnignition to the ON (II)position.
See Auto Door Locking/Unlockingin your owner’s manual for other programmable settings.
2. Make surethe shift lever is inPark.
3. Press and holdthe unlock side of the master lock switch for about 10seconds or until you hear a thirdclick.
4. Within 5 seconds, turn the ignition to the LOCK(0) position.
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Auto Door Locks/HomeLink®
Press and hold the button on the remote and the HomeLink button at the same time. Then, while continuing to hold the HomeLink button, press and release the button on the remote every 2 seconds.Does the LED blink at a faster rate within 20 seconds?
Press and hold the HomeLink button again.
HomeLink indicator flashes for 2 seconds, then remains on.
HomeLink LED remains on.YES NO
Position the remote transmitter you wish to link 1–3 inches from the HomeLink button you want to program.
Press and hold the desired HomeLink but ton and the button on the remote transmitter.Does the HomeLink indicator (LED) blink at a faster rate after about 10 seconds?
aThe remote has a rolling code. Press the “learn” button on the remote-controlled device (e.g., garage door opener).
Press the programmed HomeLink button again; the remote-controlled device should operate.
Within 30 seconds, press and hold the programmed HomeLink button for 2 seconds.
Press and hold the programmed HomeLink button for about a second.Does the device (garage door opener) work?
Training a Button
Indicator remains on for about 25 seconds (standard transmitter).
Indicator flashes rapidly for 2 seconds, then remains on for about 23 seconds (rolling code transmitter).
Press and hold the desired HomeLink button until the HomeLink indicator begins to flash slowly.
When the indicator begins to flash slowly, continue to hold the HomeLink button and follow steps 1– 4 under Training a Button.
Retraining a Button
Erasing CodesTo erase codes stored in all buttons, press and hold the two outer buttons until the HomeLink indicator begins to flash (about 10 to 20 seconds), then release the buttons.
If you have any problems programming HomeLink, see the owner's manual included with the device you are trying to program, call HomeLink at (800) 355-3515 or visit www.homelink.com.
If you sell the vehicle, make sure to erase all codes.
The HomeLink Universal Transceiver built into your vehicle can be programmed to operate up to three remote-controlled devices around your home, such as garage doors, lighting, or home security systems.
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Voice Command/ HFL/Navigation
Using the Voice Command System
• Speak in a clear, natural voice. • Reduce all background noise.• Adjust the dashboard and side vents away fromthe microphone in the ceiling.• Close the windows.
To reduce driver distraction, use voice commands for hands-free calling, navigation, audio, and climate control functions. A full list of these commands is in the navigation system manual.
Voice Command Tips:
• Press and release the HFL or NAVI Talk button, wait for a beep, then give a command. • To hear a list of available commands, at any time, press and release the NAVI Talk buttonand say “Hands-free help.”
HFL Talk button: Give HFL commands or answer incoming calls.
HFL Back button: End a call, go back to the previous command, or cancel anoperation.
NAVI Talk button: Give navigation, audio,and climate controlcommands.
NAVI Back button: Cancel a command orreturn to the previousscreen.
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Bluetooth®HandsFreeLink® (if equipped)
Pairing Your Phone
HFL asks you to name the phone. For example, say “Mary’s phone.”
Enable “Discovery” or “Search” mode on your Bluetooth-compatible phone. 1
Say “Phone setup .”2
HFL searches for your phone, and you must search for a Bluetooth device from your phone. When HFL finds your phone, your phone prompts you to connect to HFL.
Your phone is now paired to HFL. The system exits out of the HFL menu.
Enter the code from step 4 on your phone.
For more information or troubleshooting, call HFL consumer support at (888) 528-7876, visit handsfreelink.honda.com, or see your owner’s manual for details.
NO YESRepeat step 5.
HFL gives you a four-digit pairing code. This code also appears on the audio display.
Was connection successful?
Was pairing successful?Has a phone been paired to the system before?
The system gives you information about pairing a phone for the first time.
Press and release the HFL Talk button before you give a command.
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Making a Call
1. Pressthe HFL Talk button.
Receiving a Call
2. Pressthe HFL Talk button to accept the call. 3. Pressthe HFL Back button to end or decline the call.
2. Say“Call”and the desiredphone number .
4. The call is connected andheard through thespeakers.
3. Pressthe HFL Talk button, andsay “Call”or “Dial” to continue.
1. A notification is heard, and “INCOMING CALL” andthe phone number appearon the audio display.
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