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Quick Links. Download this manual. Table of Contents. Use these links and links throughout this manual to navigate through this reference. For a printed owner's manual, click on authorized manuals or go to www. The Required Maintenance Schedule and some items you can service. Emergency Service Consumer Information Reporting Safety Detects, warranty service, vehicle identification numbers, etc.

Honda Motor Co. Page 3 During the first miles km , try to avoid severe braking. Brake misuse during this period will reduce future braking efficiency. Remember, your Honda Automobile dealer knows your car best, and should be consulted for service assistance and advice. Unlock Lock In addition, the passenger doors will lock automatically when the plunger on the driver's door is pushed down, or when the driver's door is locked from the outside with the key.

Page 6 Trunk The trunk can be opened by pulling up the lever at the left side of the driver's seat. To open the trunk lid from the outside, put the master key in the lock and turn clockwise.

The trunk lid opener lever is lockable with the master key. Page 7 Seats Front Seat Adjust the seat position by pulling up on the adjustment lever under the front edge of the seat cushion, and sliding the seat to the desired position.

Then release the lever and make sure the seat is locked in position by moving it back and forth. Page 8 Head Restraints The head restraints are designed to help reduce injuries due to whiplash.

They are located at the top of each seat-back and have several height positions. They can be adjusted by pulling up to the recommended position. To lower them, slide the button next to the restraint's height bar, while pushing the restraint down.

Page 9 Seats cont'd Trunk Access from Rear Seat The rear seat-back can be released by turning the lock on the rear shelf with the master key and pulling down the top of the seat-back. This allows you access to the trunk and makes it possible to carry long objects inside the car. Page Seat Belts Seat Belts Your Honda automobile is provided with seat belts to minimize the chance of injury to yourself and your passengers in a sudden stop or accident. For precautions on using seat belts for children, babies and pregnant women.

See pages — Page 11 Seat Belts cont'd Normal movement of the shoulder belt buckle may cause injury. Be sure all parts of your body, especially fingers and hands, are clear of the shoulder buckle while it is moving.

Page 12 Make sure the strap of the shoulder belt and the lap belt are not crossed. Do not wear the shoulder portion of the belt under your arm or out of position. Such use could increase the chance and amount of injury in an accident.

Releasing the Seat Belts 1. The seat-backs and seat belts provide best restraint when the occupant is sitting well back and straight up in the seat. Page 14 3. To release the seat belt, push the "PRESS" button in the buckle; the belt should retract automatically when released. If the belt does not fully retract, pull it out and check for kinks or twists. CAUTION: Make sure both rear shoulder belts are positioned in front of the rear seat-backs whenever the seat-backs are in their upright position.

Page 15 Emergency Belt Release see page When the system does not function by either method, have the system checked by an authorized Honda dealer. If the light and beeper do not function at all or if they come on even with the belts latched and doors fully closed, it indicates a malfunction in the seat belt system. Page 16 Child Restraint Children riding in the car should be restrained to minimize the risk of injury in an accident, sudden stop or sudden maneuver. According to accident statistics provided to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration NHTSA , children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seating positions than in the front seat.

Page 17 When the child restraint system is not in use, remove it from the car or secure it with the seat belt to keep it from becoming a projectile in the event of an accident.

Page 19 Anti-lock Brake System SE Anti-lock brake system helps to maintain the road holding and tractability of your car during severe braking, and under slippery road conditions.

The Anti-lock brake system provides assistance to help prevent the wheels from locking thus reducing the chance of skidding to ensure controllable deceleration.

Page 21 Gauges Speedometer The speed is indicated in miles per hour outside scale and kilometers per hour inside scale. Odometer The numbers on the odometer indicate miles. The odometer registers total distance traveled, and serves as your guide for determining when periodic maintenance is due. Federal law makes it illegal to alter the odometer of any motor vehicle with the intent to change the number of miles indicated.

Page 23 see page Even if the oil level is correct, the engine should be checked by a Honda dealer before the car is driven again.

NOTE: The oil pressure warning light will only light as a result of low oil pressure. Page 24 It will also come on, and remain on, if there is a malfunction in the emission control system. If the light comes on while driving, avoid driving at high speed, and have the system checked by a Honda dealer as soon as possible.

Page 26 Checking the Safety Indicator Lights The door, trunk lid and brake lamp warning lights should come on for about t w o seconds when the ignition switch is turned on. If they don't, have the system checked by a Honda dealer. Page Maintenance Indicator Maintenance Indicator When the total mileage of your car approaches the specified maintenance interval for engine oil change, oil filter change or other required service, the indicator will change from green to yellow.

The indicator will change to red if it is not reset before you reach the mileage interval. Page Tilt Steering Tilt Steering The steering wheel position can be adjusted to suit the driver preference. Push the lever located under the dash, on the l e f t side of the steering column, all the way down and hold it while adjusting the steering wheel to the desired position. In fog or very light rain, push the lever down to the MIST position for temporary high speed operation of the wipers. Prolonged operation of the washer without fluid may damage the pump.

In freezing weather, warm the windshield with the defrosters before using the washer. Page 31 Mirrors Rearview Mirrors Keep the inside and outside mirrors clean and adjusted for best visibility. Be sure to adjust mirror angles before you start driving.

The inside mirror has day and night positions. The night position re- duces glare from the headlights of vehicles behind you. The lever will STOP return automatically to its original position when the steering wheel is returned to straight ahead. Page 33 Lights cont'd Hazard Warning System This system should be used only when your car is stopped under emergency or hazardous conditions.

To activate, push the hazard warn- ing switch. The front and rear turn signals will blink simultaneously and both indicator lights win flash.

As its name implies, it is meant for cruising on straight, uncongested highways or freeways. It is not recommended to be used in traffic, on winding roads or in bad weather conditions where the driver should have total control. Page 35 Cruise Control cont'd To Change the Set Speed: To a faster speed — For gradual acceleration with your foot off the accelerator, push and hold the RESUME switch until you reach the desired speed; release the switch and the system's memory will be re-programmed to the new speed.

Page 36 Hood and Parking Brake Hood To open the hood, pull back on the handle located under the dash on the driver's side. Pull to release The hood latch is spring-loaded, so the hood will pop up slightly. Release the safety catch under the front center of the hood by pushing the rubber-tipped handle up. The operation of the windows is controlled by the main switch located in the master control panel on the armrest of the driver's door.

Close Open with a firm push. The glove box door can be locked by using the master key. Lock The glove box light will go on when the glove box door is opened and the headlights are on. Drinking while driving or driving with a beverage in the holder may be hazardous. Open the holder by pushing it.

NOTE: Use only lidded cups or containers that fit snugly in the beverage holder. It will automati- Push cally release when the element is hot. DO NOT hold it in while it is heating up, it may overheat and damage the lighter and the heating element. Page Heating And Cooling Heating and Cooling The vents, heater and air conditioner are combined in one system; adjusting four basic controls to different settings can provide a full range of interior temperatures for safe and comfortable driving.

Air conditioner is optional on the DX model. Ventilation The flow-through ventilation system can provide fresh air to the interior when the car is moving or stopped, even with the windows Page 42 Dash Vents The corner vents can be used for flow-through ventilation, or during the heating and air conditioning operation.

The corner and center vents can be tilted up or down, and their louvers turned right or left, to change the direction of air flow. The amount of air flow from the corner and center vents can be regulated by the control located beside each vent.

The indicator light will come on. Switch the fan on and outside air will flow through the corner and center vents. Then close the windows, slide the temperature lever all the way to the left or turn the temperature control dial counterclockwise all the way, select position and push the button on, so inside air Page 47 Heating and Cooling cont'd To Heat Switch the fan on, slide the temperature lever to the right or turn the temperature control dial clockwise, select the position, and warmed air will begin flowing from the floor outlets.

Page 49 Heating and Cooling cont'd To Defrost To defrost or defog the windshield and door windows, slide the temperature lever to the right or turn the temperature control dial clockwise, select the defrost function, and switch the fan If there is actual frost on the windows, first select the posi- tion.


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