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    1995 Prelude Online Reference Owner's Manual Use these links (and links throughout this manual) to navigate through this reference. For a printed owner's manual, click on authorized manuals or go to www.helminc.com. Contents Owner's Identification Form Introduction ............................A Few Words About Safety.........................

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    Introduction Congratulations ! Your selection of a 1995 Honda Prelude was a wise investment. It will give you years of driving pleasure. To enhance the enjoyment of your new car, take time to study this manual. In it, you will learn about your car's many conveniences and useful features.

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    A safety message alerts you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others. Each safety message is preceded by a safety alert symbol Your Honda or other property can be one of three words, DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION. damaged if you don't follow instruc- These mean: tions.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Driver and Passenger Safety Your Occupant Protection System.. Storing Cargo Safely....This section gives you important information about occupant protec- The Seat Belt System Driving with Pets......tion. It shows how to use seat belts and How It Works...... Child Safety........properly.

  • Page 5: Your Occupant Protection System

    For example, reclining the seat-back can decrease the effec- (see page 16). For added protection during a severe frontal collision, your Prelude has a tiveness of your seat belt. Head Seat-backs are upright (see page restraints can help protect your neck Supplemental Restraint System 16).

  • Page 6: The Seat Belt System And How It Works

    The Seat Belt System and How It Works Why Wear Seat Belts Two people should never use the same seat belt. If they do, they could Wearing seat belts, and wearing Not wearing a seat belt them properly, is fundamental to be very seriously injured in a crash.

  • Page 7: Seat Belt System Components

    The Seat Belt System and How It Works Seat Belt System Components Lap/Shoulder Belt Wearing Seat Belts Properly You can increase the effectiveness of Your Honda has lap/shoulder seat UPPER SEAT SHOULDER your seat belts if you take a little belts in all four seating positions.

  • Page 8: Wearing A Lap/shoulder Belt

    The Seat Belt System and How It Works Wearing a Lap/Shoulder Belt Before putting on the seat belt, move 4. Pull up on the shoulder part of the latch is securely locked. belt to remove any slack. Make the driver's seat as far back as is practical while still allowing you to sure the belt goes over your 2.

  • Page 9: Advice For Pregnant Women

    The Seat Belt System and How It Works drive and how you should position a Advice for Pregnant Women lap/shoulder seat belt. Seat Belt Maintenance For safety, you should check the condition of your seat belts regularly. Pull out each belt fully and look for frays, cuts, burns, and wear.

  • Page 10: Supplemental Restraint System

    Supplemental Restraint System Your car is equipped with a INDICATOR PASSENGER'S Supplemental Restraint System AIRBAG (SRS) to help protect the head and Not wearing a seat belt chest of the driver and front seat increases the chance of serious passenger during a severe frontal injury or death in a crash, even collision.

  • Page 11: What Happens In A Crash

    Supplemental Restraint System A sophisticated electronic system What Happens In a Crash After the crash, you may see what that continually monitors the If you ever have a severe frontal looks like smoke. This is actually control unit (including the powder from the airbag's surface.

  • Page 12: Important Facts About Airbags

    Supplemental Restraint System Important Facts About Airbags Just from viewing the vehicle Frontal collision range Airbags inflate only when needed; in damage after a crash, it is very a severe frontal collision. A severe difficult to accurately determine if collision would be similar to a crash the airbags should or should not into a parked car at 25 mph (40 have inflated.

  • Page 13: How The Driver's Airbag Works

    Supplemental Restraint System How the Driver's Airbag Works To do its job, the airbag inflates with considerable force. So, while it can reduce serious injuries and even save your life, the airbag might cause some facial abrasions or other injuries. To reduce the possibility of injury, you should always sit back as far from the steering wheel as is practical while still maintaining full...

  • Page 14: How The Passenger's Airbag Works

    Supplemental Restraint System The driver's airbag is stored in the How the Passenger's Airbag This airbag is quite large and inflates center of the steering wheel. For with considerable force. It can Works your safety, do not attach any items seriously hurt a front seat passenger to the steering wheel.

  • Page 15: System Service

    Do not try to remove or The light does not come on when discard the airbags by yourself. you turn the ignition ON (II). This must be done by a Honda dealer. The light stays on after the engine starts.

  • Page 16: System Service Precautions

    Scrapping an entire car that has Do not modify your steering wheel uninflated airbags can be dangerous. or any other part of the supplemental Get assistance from a Honda dealer if your car must be scrapped. restraint system. Modifications could make the system ineffective.

  • Page 17: Additional Safety Information

    Additional Safety Information The seat belts and airbags are obvi- Door Locks Seat-back Position ously important parts of your occu- It is not safe to leave your car doors The seat-backs should be in an pant protection system. upright position for you and your unlocked.

  • Page 18: Storing Cargo Safely

    Additional Safety Information Storing Cargo Safely Driving with Pets A small dog, cat, or other small Before you drive, make sure you Loose pets can be a hazard while you animal will be safest in a pet carrier with rigid sides. Choose a style that first securely store or tie down any are driving.

  • Page 19: Child Safety

    Child Safety We strongly recommend that you do not put an infant seat in the front passenger's seat. If the airbag An infant or child who is not properly restrained can be killed inflates, it can hit the infant seat with great force.

  • Page 20: Important Safety Reminders

    Child Safety Important Safety Reminders General Guidelines for To properly route a seat belt through Never hold a baby or child on your Restraining Children Under 18 a child seat, follow the seat maker's lap when riding in a car. If you are kg (40 Ibs) instructions.

  • Page 21

    Child Safety We strongly recommend that you do not put an infant seat in the front passenger's seat. If the airbag inflates, it can hit the infant seat with great force. The infant seat can be dislodged or struck with enough force to cause very serious injury to the infant.

  • Page 22: Restraining A Child Who Weighs Over 18 Kg (40 Ibs)

    Child Safety Restraining a Child Who Weighs Put the seat belt on your child and Using a Seat Belt Locking Clip Over 18 kg (40 Ibs) check its fit. The shoulder belt Always use a seat belt locking clip should fit over the collarbone and when you secure a child seat to your across the chest.

  • Page 23: Using Child Restraints With Tethers

    3. Tightly grasp the belt near the Position the clip as close as latch plate. Pinch both parts of the possible to the latch plate. Your Honda has two attachment points for tether-style child seats. belt together so they won't slip through the latch plate. Unbuckle Use the dimensions in the above 5.

  • Page 24: Storing A Child Seat

    Honda dealer. If you need an anchor plate and mounting hardware, you can obtain them by writing to: American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Consumer Affairs The anchor plate and mounting 1919 Torrance Blvd. hardware for a top tether are Torrance, CA 90501-2746 supplied with the car.

  • Page 25: Alcohol And Drugs

    Alcohol and Drugs Driving a car requires your full at- The safest thing you can do is never If you have no choice but to drive, drink and drive. This can be done if tention and alertness. Traffic condi- stop drinking and give yourself lots tions change rapidly.

  • Page 26: Carbon Monoxide Hazard

    Carbon Monoxide Hazard Your car's exhaust contains carbon High levels of carbon monoxide can If you must sit in your parked car, monoxide gas. You should have no collect rapidly in enclosed areas, even in an unconfined area, with the problem with carbon monoxide such as a garage.

  • Page 27

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

  • Page 28: Safety Labels

    They warn you of potential hazards that could cause serious injury. Read these labels carefully and don't remove them. If a label comes off or becomes hard to read, contact your Honda dealer RADIATOR CAP for a replacement. BATTERY Driver and Passenger Safety...

  • Page 29

    Control Locations......Trunk..........the controls and displays that Indicator Lights........ Seat Adjustments......contribute to the daily operation of Rear Seat Access......Gauges..........your Honda. All the essential Speedometer........ Additional Driver's Seat controls are within easy reach. Tachometer........Adjustments......Odometer........Seat Heaters........

  • Page 30: Instruments And Controls

    Control Locations HEATING/ DOOR LOCK POWER WINDOW DIGITAL CLOCK COOLING SWITCH SWITCH (P.64) CONTROL (P.51) (P.59) (P.72) AUDIO SYSTEM (P.79) FUEL FILL DOOR RELEASE (P. 100) TRUNK RELEASE HOOD RELEASE MIRROR HANDLE HANDLE CONTROLS (P.52) (P.101) (P.62) Instruments and Controls...

  • Page 31: Indicator Lights

    Indicator Lights The instrument panel has many indicators to give you important SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT HIGH BEAM INDICATOR information about your car. SYSTEM INDICATOR Lamp Check Many of the indicator lights come on when you turn the ignition switch ON (II), allowing you to see that they are working.

  • Page 32

    Indicator Lights The U.S. instrument panel is CRUISE CONTROL INDICATOR MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP/ shown. Differences for the Canadian CHECK ENGINE LIGHT* model are noted in the text. LOW FUEL INDICATOR BRAKE LAMP INDICATOR ANTI-LOCK BRAKE SYSTEM INDICATOR* PARKING BRAKE TRUNK-OPEN INDICATOR AND BRAKE SYSTEM INDICATOR* SEAT BELT...

  • Page 33

    Indicator Lights Seat Belt Reminder Light Charging System Parking Brake Canada Indicator and Brake BRAKE This indicator lights when you turn This light indicates the battery is not System the ignition ON (II). It is a reminder being charged. It should come on Indicator to you and your passengers to when the ignition is ON (II), and go...

  • Page 34

    Indicator Lights Anti-lock Brake Supplemental Restraint Canada System Indicator System (ABS) Malfunction Indicator A B S Indicator Lamp The SRS light normally comes on for a few seconds when you turn the Only on cars equipped with ABS (see Canada Check Engine Light ignition ON (II).

  • Page 35

    Indicator Lights Brake Lamp Four Wheel Steering Turn Signal and BRAKE LAMP 4 W S Indicator System (4WS) Indicator Hazard Warning Indicators This light normally comes on for a Only on cars equipped with electronic few seconds when you turn the four wheel steering The left or right turn signal light ignition switch ON (II).

  • Page 36

    Indicator Lights High Beam Indicator Trunk-open Indicator "Daytime Running D R L Lights" Indicator This light comes on with the high This light comes on if the trunk lid is Canadian models only beam headlights. See page not closed tightly. This indicator lights when you turn information on the headlight the ignition to ON (II) with the...

  • Page 37

    (in any shift position), it indicates a possible problem in the transmission. Avoid rapid acceler- ation and have the transmission checked by an authorized Honda LEADED dealer as soon as possible. This indicator shows which shift position the shift lever is in.

  • Page 38

    Gauges Speedometer U.S. Models ODOMETER TRIP METER TRIP METER This shows your speed in miles per RESET BUTTON hour (mph). The smaller inner numbers are the speed in kilometers per hour (km/h). Canadian Models This shows your speed in kilometers per hour (km/h).

  • Page 39

    Gauges Odometer Trip Meter CHANGE/RESET KNOB The odometer shows the total dis- This meter shows the number of tance your car has been driven. It miles (U.S.) or kilometers (Canada) measures miles in U.S. models and driven since you last reset it. kilometers in Canadian models.

  • Page 40

    Gauges Temperature Gauge The temperature gauge is fully FUEL GAUGE TEMPERATURE electronic. It uses a series of GAUGE illuminated indicator bars to show the engine coolant's temperature range. Under normal driving conditions, you will see the bars illuminate to the display's midpoint. In more severe driving conditions, such as very hot weather or climbing a long hill, the engine may get hot...

  • Page 41: Controls Near The Steering Wheel

    Controls Near the Steering Wheel The two levers on the steering INSTRUMENT PANEL SUNROOF WINDSHIELD WIPERS/WASHERS column contain controls for driving BRIGHTNESS features you use most often. The left lever controls the turn signals, headlights, and high beams. The right lever controls the windshield wipers.

  • Page 42

    Controls Near the Steering Wheel Headlights If you leave the lights on with the To flash the high beams, pull back ignition switch in ACCESSORY (I) and hold the turn signal lever. Release the lever and the high or LOCK (0), you will hear a reminder chime when you open the beams will go off.

  • Page 43

    Controls Near the Steering Wheel the dial up as far as it will go to To signal a lane change, push lightly Instrument Panel Brightness on the turn signal lever in the proper return the fuel and temperature gauges to their daytime brightness. direction and hold it.

  • Page 44

    Controls Near the Steering Wheel Windshield Wipers Windshield Washers The right lever controls the wind- To operate the wipers in mist mode, To clean the windshield, pull back on shield wipers and washers. The push the control lever down. The the wiper control lever.

  • Page 45

    Controls Near the Steering Wheel Steering Wheel Adjustment 3. Move the steering wheel up or down to the desired position. You can adjust the steering wheel height to suit your preference. Do Position the wheel so you can see all the instrument panel gauges this before you begin driving.

  • Page 46: Steering Wheel Controls

    Steering Wheel Controls Cruise Control Using the Cruise Control NOTICE Cruise control allows you to maintain a set speed above 25 mph (40 km/h) The cruise control, as it operates, without keeping your foot on the moves the accelerator pedal. You can accelerator pedal.

  • Page 47

    Steering Wheel Controls You can decrease the set cruising Changing the Set Speed speed in either of two ways: You can increase the set cruising speed in either of two ways: Press and hold the SET/decel button. The car will decelerate. Press and hold the accel/ Release the button when you RESUME button.

  • Page 48

    Steering Wheel Controls Even with the cruise control turned When you tap the brake or clutch button. on, you can still use the accelerator pedal, or press the SET and RE- pedal to speed up for passing. After SUME buttons at the same time, the Pressing the Cruise Control Master completing the pass, take your foot CRUISE CONTROL light on the...

  • Page 49

    Store this plate in a safe place. When replacing keys, use only Honda-approved key blanks. Press either of the buttons on the Your car comes with two kinds of steering wheel spokes to sound the keys: a master key and a valet key.

  • Page 50: Keys And Locks

    Keys and Locks Ignition Switch LOCK (0) — You can insert or ACCESSORY (I) — In this position, remove the key only in this position. you can operate the audio system When you turn the key from LOCK and cigarette lighter. to ACCESSORY, you may have to turn the steering wheel to release ON (II) —...

  • Page 51

    Keys and Locks Door Locks The doors can also be locked and Power Door Locks unlocked from the outside with the key. Each door has a lock tab next to the Available on U.S. Si, and VTEC models, inside door handle. Push the tab in to and Canadian SR, SR 4WS and SR-V lock the door and pull it out to unlock.

  • Page 52

    Keys and Locks Both doors lock when you push in Trunk the lock tab on the driver's door, or lock the driver's door from the MASTER KEY outside with the key. Only the driver's door unlocks when you use the key or lock tab.

  • Page 53

    Keys and Locks, Seat Adjustments Seat Adjustments Adjust the seat before you start driving. MASTER KEY To adjust the seat forward and To protect items in the trunk when backward, pull up on the lever under you need to give the key to someone the seat cushion's front edge.

  • Page 54: Seat Adjustments

    Seat Adjustments Rear Seat Access Reclining the seat-back can decrease the protection you get from your seat belt in a crash. You can slide under the seat belt and be seriously injured. Adjust the seat-back to an upright position and sit well back in the seat.

  • Page 55

    Seat Adjustments Additional Driver's Seat Fine Adjustment of Seat-back Angle Lumbar Support Adjustments The driver's seat in the Si and VTEC models in the U.S., and the SR, SR 4WS and SR-V models in Canada has additional features. They are: lumbar support adjustment, fine adjustment of seat-back angle, and seat-back angle memory.

  • Page 56

    Seat Adjustments, Seat Heaters Do not use the seat heaters when the Seat Heaters Seat-back Angle Memory engine is off or when idling for a INDICATORS long period of time. They can drain the battery, making your car hard to start.

  • Page 57: Folding Rear Seat

    Folding Rear Seat Make sure all items in the trunk, or MASTER KEY RELEASE LOOP items extending through the opening into the back seat, are tied down. Loose items can fly forward and cause injury if you have to brake hard.

  • Page 58

    Hazard Warning, Rear Window Defogger Hazard Warning Rear Window Defogger Make sure the rear window is clear and you have good visibility before starting to drive. The defogger wires on the inside of the rear window can be accidentally damaged. When cleaning the glass, always wipe side to side.

  • Page 59: Power Windows

    Power Windows Your car's windows are electrically- The master control panel also con- powered. Turn the ignition switch to tains these extra features: ON (II) to raise or lower any window. AUTO — To open the driver's Each door has a switch that controls window fully, push the window its window.

  • Page 60

    Power Windows, Sunroof The MAIN switch controls power to The power window system has a key- Sunroof the passenger's window. With this off delay function. The windows will switch off, the passenger's window still operate for up to ten minutes cannot be raised or lowered.

  • Page 61

    Sunroof, Mirrors The sunroof has a key-off delay. You Mirrors can still open and close the sunroof for up to ten minutes after you turn Closing the sunroof on off the ignition. The key-off delay someone's hands or fingers can cancels as soon as you open either cause serious injury.

  • Page 62

    Mirrors Adjusting the Power Mirrors SELECTOR SWITCH Adjust the outside mirrors with the 3. Push the appropriate edge of the The outside mirror on the passenger's adjustment switch on the center adjustment switch to move the side has curved glass. Objects look console: mirror right, left, up or down.

  • Page 63: Mirrors, Parking Brake

    Mirrors, Parking Brake Parking Brake NOTICE PARKING BRAKE LEVER Driving the car with the parking brake applied can damage the rear brakes and axles. Available on all Canadian models To apply the parking brake, pull the The outside mirrors are heated to lever up fully.

  • Page 64

    Glove Box, Digital Clock Glove Box Digital Clock Open KNOB An open glove box can cause KNOB 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. GLOVE BOX Open the glove box by turning the The digital clock displays the time...

  • Page 65

    Digital Clock, Vanity Mirror, Cigarette Lighter Vanity Mirror Cigarette Lighter 3. Turn the knob toward M (clockwise) and hold it until the numbers advance to the desired time. You can use the same knob to quickly set the time to the nearest hour.

  • Page 66

    Ashtrays Ashtray NOTICE ASHTRAY Use the ashtray only for cigarettes, cigars and other smoking materials. To prevent a possible fire and damage to your car, don't put paper or other things that can burn in the ashtray. ASHTRAY Open the front ashtray by swinging The rear ashtray is at the rear end of the lid down.

  • Page 67: Beverage Holder

    Beverage Holder Be careful when you are using the beverage holder. Spilled liquids can damage the upholstery, carpeting, and electrical components in the interior. If the liquid is very hot, it can scald you or your passengers. To open the beverage holder, push Use the beverage holder only when on the lid.

  • Page 68

    Console Compartment, Interior Lights Console Compartment Ceiling Lights LEVER DOOR ACTIVATED DOOR ACTIVATED CONSOLE COMPARTMENT On VTEC model in the U.S., and SR To open the console compartment, On S and Si models in the U.S., and S and SR models in Canada 4WS and SR-V models in Canada press the lever and lift the lid.

  • Page 69: Interior Lights

    Interior Lights The ceiling light has a three-position Ignition Switch Light switch. In the OFF position, the light does not come on. In the center position, the main light comes on when you open either door. In the ON position, the main light stays on continuously.

  • Page 70

    Comfort and Convenience Features The heating and air conditioning* Audio System........Heating and Cooling......system in your car provides a com- What Each Control Does.... AM/FM/Cassette Stereo fortable driving environment in all How to Use the System....Audio System......weather conditions. Controlling Air Flow Operating the Radio....

  • Page 71: Heating And Cooling

    (Canadian S model only) If you purchased your car without air conditioning, it can be installed at any time. A Genuine Honda air conditioning system is available from your dealer. It meets Honda's high The direction of air flow from the...

  • Page 72: Comfort And Convenience Features

    Heating and Cooling SIDE DEFROSTER VENT Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 73

    Heating and Cooling What Each Control Does MODE BUTTONS REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER BUTTON Fan Control Lever Sliding this lever to the right RECIRCULATION BUTTON increases the fan speed, which increases air flow. Temperature Control Lever Sliding this lever to the right increases the temperature of air flowing from the system.

  • Page 74

    Heating and Cooling How to Use the System The engine must be running for the Ventilation This section covers the best way to heater and air conditioning to pro- Your car has a flow-through use the system for ventilation, vide hot and cold air. The heater ventilation system.

  • Page 75

    Heating and Cooling To Cool with A/C To operate the air conditioning MODE BUTTONS AIR CONDITIONING system, press the air conditioning SWITCH switch. Set the fan to the desired speed. You can also use the mode button to direct air out of the dash and heater vents.

  • Page 76

    Heating and Cooling To Heat To warm the interior: MODE BUTTONS AIR CONDITIONING SWITCH 1. Start the engine. 2. Select the Fresh Air mode and 3. Switch the fan to the desired speed. 4. Adjust the warmth of the air with the temperature control lever.

  • Page 77

    Heating and Cooling To Turn Everything Off To Defog and Defrost To rapidly remove exterior frost or ice from the windshield (on very cold To shut off the system temporarily, To remove fog from the inside of the windows: days), first select the Recirculation slide the fan speed and temperature mode.

  • Page 78: Audio System

    AM/FM/Cassette Stereo Audio ON/OFF/VOL KNOB CASSETTE SLOT System Your Honda audio system is easy to use, and will give clear A M / F M reception. The preset buttons allow you to select six stations on AM and twelve stations on FM.

  • Page 79

    Audio System CASSETTE SLOT The cassette system uses ON/OFF/VOL KNOB ® Dolby B * noise reduction to give excellent sound reproduction. The system also senses when a metal or chromium-dioxide (CrO ) tape is being played and adjusts accordingly. Except S model The Anti-theft feature disables the system if it is disconnected from the TUNE/SEEK...

  • Page 80

    Audio System STEREO INDICATOR Operating the Radio ON/OFF/VOL KNOB The ignition switch must be in AC- CESSORY (I) or ON (II) to operate the audio system. Turn the system on by turning the ON/OFF/VOL knob clockwise. The radio comes on and displays the frequency of the station it was last tuned to.

  • Page 81

    Audio System You can use any of three methods to find radio stations on the selected band: TUNE, SEEK, or the Preset buttons. The TUNE function lets you find a desired frequency. Push the T U N E / SEEK switch up to change to a higher frequency, and down to change to a lower frequency.

  • Page 82

    Audio System Presetting The preset buttons allow you to store radio frequencies for later selection. Each button will store one frequency on the AM band, and two on the FM band. To store a frequency: 1. Select the desired band, AM or FM.

  • Page 83

    Audio System Once that station's frequency is Except S model AUTO SELECT does not erase the stored, simply press and release the stations you have manually preset. The AUTO SELECT function allows proper preset button to tune to it. If you to find stations easily when you When you return to your normal you want to change any preset...

  • Page 84

    Audio System Adjusting the Sound Use the Balance and Fader controls to adjust the sound "direction". The Balance control moves it left-to-right. The Fader control moves it front-to- back. To use either control, push on the knob to get it to pop out. Adjust the front-to-back sound to your liking with the outside ring.

  • Page 85

    Audio System Radio Frequencies Your Honda's radio can tune in all frequencies in both the AM and FM bands. Those bands cover these frequen- cies: AM band: 530 kilohertz to 1,710 kilohertz FM band: 87.7 megahertz to 107.9 megahertz AM/FM BUTTON...

  • Page 86

    Audio System ON/OFF/VOL KNOB CASSETTE TAPE DIRECTION Operating the Cassette Player SLOT INDICATOR Turn the system ON. Insert the cassette into the slot with the tape opening to the right. Push the cassette in most of the way. The drive will pull it in the rest of the way and begin to play.

  • Page 87

    Audio System ® Dolby noise reduction turns on when you insert a cassette. If the tape was not recorded with Dolby " B " noise reduction, turn it off by pressing the button. To remove the cassette from the drive, press the EJECT button. The system automatically ejects the cassette whenever you turn off the system or the ignition switch.

  • Page 88

    Audio System Cassette Search Functions passage, it goes back to play. The The REPEAT and TMS functions use silent periods on the tape to find Once a cassette is playing, you can system will continue repeating this passage until you turn off REPEAT the end of a selection.

  • Page 89

    After disc 6 has completed, the If you push the TUNE/SEEK switch Your dealer has Genuine Honda system will return to disc 1. To make up and release it before you hear a accessory in-dash CD players...

  • Page 90

    Audio System ON/OFF/VOL KNOB RPT INDICATOR CD BUTTON TUNE/SEEK REPEAT BUTTON SWITCH (Except S) ON/OFF/VOL KNOB A. SELECT RPT INDICATOR INDICATOR TUNE/SEEK CD BUTTON A. SELECT/ REPEAT BUTTON SWITCH CONTINUED Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 91

    Audio System If you push the REPEAT button on Except S model If you change modes to radio or the S model or the A. SELECT/ You can get the CD player to tape while a CD is playing, then REPEAT button on the other models, randomly select tracks by pressing change back to CD mode, the...

  • Page 92

    Audio System CD Error Indications If you see an error indication on the display, find the cause in the chart to the right. If you cannot clear the error indication, take the car to your Honda dealer. Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 93: Caring For The Cassette Player

    Caring for the Cassette Player regularly cleaning the tape drive at Use 100-minute or shorter cassettes. CLEAN INDICATOR least every 30 hours, reset the Cassettes longer than 100 minutes indicator by pressing the Preset 6 use thinner tape that may break or button while the system is in the jam the drive.

  • Page 94: Theft Protection

    Owner's Manual. If you should happen to lose the card, you must obtain the code number from your Honda dealer. To do this, you will need the system's serial number. Comfort and Convenience Features...

  • Page 95: Before Driving

    Before Driving Break-in Period........ Before you begin driving your Honda, you should know what gasoline to Gasoline..........Oxygenated Fuels......use, and how to check the levels of important fluids. You also need to Driving in Foreign Countries..know how to properly stow luggage Service Station Procedures..

  • Page 96

    Break-in Period, Gasoline Break-in Period Gasoline (All other models) Help assure your car's future Your Honda is designed to operate Use a premium unleaded gasoline reliability and performance by paying with a pump octane number of 91 or most effectively on unleaded extra attention to how you drive gasoline.

  • Page 97

    The following are the EPA-approved fuel system. Gasoline containing are planning to take your car outside more than 5% methanol by volume the U.S. or Canada, write to Honda at percentages of oxygenates: may cause starting and/or perform- the address shown for information...

  • Page 98: Before Driving

    Service Station Procedures Filling the Fuel Tank 3. Remove the fuel fill cap slowly. You may hear a hissing sound as pressure inside the tank escapes. Gasoline is highly flammable Pull Place the fuel fill cap on the inside and explosive. You can be of the door as shown.

  • Page 99

    Service Station Procedures Opening the Hood LATCH HOOD RELEASE HANDLE CLIP SUPPORT ROD 3. Pull the support rod out of its clip 1. Shift to Park or Neutral and set 2. Standing in front of the car, put the parking brake. Pull the hood your fingers under the front edge and insert the end into the hole on release handle, located under the...

  • Page 100

    Service Station Procedures Oil Check DIPSTICK Check the engine oil level every time 2. Wipe the dipstick with a clean 3. Insert it all the way back in its tube. you fill the car with fuel. Wait at least cloth or paper towel. two minutes after turning the engine off before you check the oil.

  • Page 101

    Service Station Procedures Engine Coolant Check Refer to Periodic Checks on page for information on checking other items in your Honda. M I N UPPER MARK LOWER MARK RESERVE TANK 4. Remove it again and check the Look at the coolant level in the level.

  • Page 102: Fuel Economy

    Fuel Economy The condition of your car and your Driving Habits A cold engine uses more fuel than a driving habits are the two most warm engine. It is not necessary to You can improve fuel economy by important things that affect the fuel driving moderately.

  • Page 103

    Accessories Your Honda dealer has many acces- Some non-Honda accessories you Electronic communications equip- sories available to personalize your can buy in the "aftermarket" are ment, such as cellular telephones car. Some of these are audio systems, designed for universal applications.

  • Page 104: Loading Cargo

    Where you store this cargo, and how The maximum load you can carry in To figure out how much cargo you your Honda is 325 kg (700 Ibs). It can carry: well you secure it, are just as includes the total weight of all important as how much it weighs.

  • Page 105

    Driving This section gives you tips on Preparing to Drive......starting the engine under various Starting the Engine......conditions, and how to operate the 5-speed Manual manual and automatic transmissions. Transmission......It also includes important infor- Automatic mation on your car's braking system Transmission......

  • Page 106: Preparing To Drive

    Preparing to Drive You should do the following checks 10. Turn the ignition ON (II). Check 5. Check the adjustment of the seat and adjustments every day before (see page 53). the indicator lights in the instru- you drive your car. ment panel.

  • Page 107: Starting The Engine

    Starting the Engine 5-speed Manual Transmission 5. If the engine does not start within Automatic Transmission 1. Apply the parking brake. 15 seconds, or starts but stalls 1. Apply the parking brake. right away, repeat step 4 with the 2. In cold weather, turn off all accelerator pedal pressed half-way 2.

  • Page 108: Driving

    Starting the Engine 5. If the engine does not start within Starting in Cold Weather at High 3. If the engine fails to start in step 2, 15 seconds, or starts but stalls push the accelerator pedal to the Altitude (Above 2,400 meters/ right away, repeat step 4 with the floor and hold it there while you 8,000 feet)

  • Page 109: Speed Manual Transmission

    5-speed Manual Transmission Come to a full stop before you shift into reverse. You can damage the transmission by trying to shift into Rapid slowing or speeding-up reverse with the car moving. can cause loss of control on slippery surfaces. If you crash, you can be injured.

  • Page 110

    5-speed Manual Transmission Maximum Speeds (US: Si, Canada: SR, SR 4WS) The speeds in this table are the maximums for the given gears. If you exceed these speeds, the engine speed will enter into the tachometer's red zone. If this occurs, you may feel the engine cut in and out.

  • Page 111: Automatic Transmission

    Automatic Transmission Shift Lever Positions Your Honda's transmission has four forward speeds, and is electronically controlled for smoother shifting. It also has a "lock-up" torque converter for better fuel economy. You may feel what seems like another shift when the converter locks.

  • Page 112

    Automatic Transmission Reverse (R) — To shift to Reverse from Park, see the explanation under Park. To shift to Reverse from Neutral, come to a complete stop and then shift. Press the release button before shifting into Reverse from Neutral. Neutral (N) —...

  • Page 113

    Automatic Transmission Drive (D ) — This position is similar gear when starting out on a slippery Maximum Speeds to D , except only the first three surface or in deep snow. It will help The speeds in this table are the gears are selected.

  • Page 114

    Park to If you need to use the Shift Lock Neutral. Release, it could mean your car is developing a problem. Have the car checked by your Honda dealer. Driving...

  • Page 115: The Braking System

    The Braking System Brake System Design Your Honda is equipped with disc Check your brakes after driving brakes at all four wheels. The through deep water. Apply the The hydraulic system that operates braking system is power-assisted to brakes moderately to see if they feel the brakes has two separate circuits.

  • Page 116

    The Braking System If this happens, you will immediately Anti-lock Brakes The ABS is always "On". It requires notice that the brake pedal goes All models except the S model have no special effort or driving technique. down much farther and you need to You will feel a pulsation in the brake an Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) as press on it much harder.

  • Page 117

    The Braking System, Four Wheel Steering A car with ABS may require a longer Four Wheel Steering ABS INDICATOR* distance to stop on loose or uneven The Canadian SR 4WS model features an electronically controlled surfaces than an equivalent car with- out Anti-lock.

  • Page 118

    Four Wheel Steering, Driving in Bad Weather At very slow speeds, the rear wheels The rear wheels return to the Driving in Bad Weather steer in the opposite direction to the straight ahead position when you front wheels. This helps in turn off the engine.

  • Page 119: Driving In Bad Weather

    Driving in Bad Weather Driving Technique — Always drive Visibility — Being able to see Traction — Check your tires slower than you would in dry clearly in all directions and being frequently for wear and proper weather. It takes your car longer to visible to other drivers are important pressure.

  • Page 120

    The total weight of the trailer and Towing a Trailer everything loaded in it must not Your Honda is designed primarily to exceed 450 kg (1,000 Ibs). carry passengers and their cargo. You can use it to tow a trailer if you carefully observe some general rules.

  • Page 121: Towing A Trailer

    Towing a Trailer The combined weight of the car, Trailer Hitches Your Honda dealer, or the Honda all passengers and their luggage, and tongue load must not exceed Improperly loading your car and Customer Relations Zone Office, can trailer can seriously affect its give you advice on the proper hitch the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

  • Page 122

    Towing a Trailer Mirrors Before Starting Out Connecting the Trailer Many states and provinces have laws Most trailers that have a gross As you are preparing to tow your requiring special outside mirrors weight of 450 kg (1,000 Ibs) do not trailer, do the following: when you are towing a trailer.

  • Page 123

    Towing a Trailer Towing Safety The car/trailer combination is more This extra load is magnified when Your car will not stop as quickly with affected by crosswinds and buffeting. you are driving in hilly terrain. When being passed by a large a trailer in tow.

  • Page 124

    Towing a Trailer When parking your car and trailer, especially on a hill, be sure to follow all the normal precautions. Turn your front wheels into the curb, set the parking brake firmly, and put the transmission in 1st or Reverse (manual) or Park (automatic).

  • Page 125

    If you have the skills and tools Checking the Engine Coolant required to perform more complex Level........Maintenance....... maintenance tasks on your Honda, Adding Engine Coolant..... Tire Rotation......you may want to purchase the Replacing Engine Coolant..Replacing Tires and Wheels..

  • Page 126: Maintenance Safety

    It will also reward you should be performed by a Honda arise in performing maintenance. with more economical, trouble-free technician or other qualified Only you can decide whether or not driving and help reduce air pollution.

  • Page 127

    Maintenance Safety Read the instructions before you Important Safety Precautions begin, and make sure you have the Before you begin any maintenance, make sure your car is parked on tools and skills required. level ground and that the parking brake is on. Also, be sure the engine To reduce the possibility of fire or is off.

  • Page 128: Maintenance

    Maintenance Schedule The Maintenance Schedule specifies The services and time or distance Which Schedule to Follow: how often you should have your car intervals shown in the maintenance Service your car according to the serviced and what things need schedule assume you will use your time and mileage periods on one of attention.

  • Page 129: Maintenance Schedule

    We recommend the use of Genuine According to state and federal Your authorized Honda dealer knows your car best and can provide Honda parts and fluids whenever you regulations, failure to perform competent, efficient service. have maintenance done. These are...

  • Page 130

    Maintenance Schedule (Normal Conditions) Follow the Normal Maintenance Schedule if the severe driving conditions specified in the Severe Conditions Maintenance Schedule on the next page not apply. For Canadian Owners: This Maintenance Schedule outlines the minimum required maintenance that you should perform to ensure the trouble- free operation of your vehicle.

  • Page 131

    Maintenance Schedule (Severe Conditions) Follow the Severe Maintenance Schedule if you drive your vehicle MAINLY under one or more of the following conditions: Driving less than 8 km (5 miles) per trip or, in freezing temperatures, driving less than 16 km (10 miles) per trip. Driving in extremely hot [over 90°F (32°C)] conditions.

  • Page 132: Required Maintenance Record

    Required Maintenance Record Have your servicing dealer record all Required Maintenance below. Keep receipts for all work done on your car. Maintenance...

  • Page 133

    Non-Scheduled Maintenance Record Record additional maintenance for severe driving conditions or non-scheduled maintenance on this page (see page 133). Maintenance...

  • Page 134: Periodic Checks

    Periodic Checks You should check the following Tires — Check the tire pressure Engine oil level — Check every items at the specified intervals. If time you fill the fuel tank. See monthly. Examine the tread for you are unsure of how to perform page 102.

  • Page 135: Fluid Locations

    Fluid Locations BRAKE FLUID (Gray cap) ANTI-LOCK BRAKE (5-M/T only) RESERVOIR CLUTCH FLUID (Gray cap) (Gray cap) ENGINE OIL COOLANT FILL CAP RESERVOIR POWER STEERING FLUID (Red cap) AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID DIPSTICK WASHER FLUID (Yellow loop) (Blue cap) ENGINE OIL DIPSTICK (Orange loop) Maintenance...

  • Page 136: Engine Oil

    Engine Oil Adding Checking Engine Oil DIPSTICK ENGINE OIL FILL CAP UPPER MARK LOWER MARK To add oil, unscrew and remove the Check the engine oil a couple of 3. Pull it out again and look at the oil engine oil fill cap on top of the valve minutes after shutting off the engine.

  • Page 137

    An oil that is only classified SF is not container. recommended. A fuel-efficient oil is recommended for your Honda. This is shown on the API Service label by the words "Energy Conserving I I . " This oil is formulated to help your engine use API CERTIFICATION MARK less fuel.

  • Page 138

    Ambient Temperature preferred for improved fuel economy and year-round protection in your Honda. You may use a 5W-30 oil if An oil with a viscosity of 5W-30 is the climate in your area is within the preferred for improved fuel economy...

  • Page 139

    Engine Oil Oil and Filter Changes Changing the oil and filter requires Always change the oil and filter special tools and access from according to the time and distance underneath the car. The car should recommendations in the mainte- be raised on a service station-type nance schedule.

  • Page 140

    (US: Si, Canada: SR, SR 4WS) remaining oil drain. A special wrench (available from your 4.3 l (4.5 US qt, 3.8 Imp qt) Honda dealer) is required to (US: VTEC, Canada: SR-V) remove the filter. 4.8 l (5.1 US qt, 4.2 Imp qt)

  • Page 141

    Engine Oil 9. Turn off the engine, let it sit for The oil and filter should be changed several minutes, then check the oil every 6 months or 12,000 km (7,500 level. If necessary, add oil to bring miles), whichever comes first. Under the level to the upper mark on the severe driving conditions, they dipstick.

  • Page 142: Cooling System

    Cooling System Checking the Engine Coolant Always use Genuine Honda Anti- Adding Engine Coolant Level freeze/Coolant. The cooling system If the reserve tank is completely contains many aluminum compo- empty, you should also check the nents which can corrode if an coolant level in the radiator.

  • Page 143

    Cooling System 3. Remove the radiator cap by RADIATOR CAP pushing down and turning counterclockwise. 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. Tighten it fully.

  • Page 144

    Cooling System Do not add any rust inhibitors or DRAIN PLUG other additives to your car's cooling system. They may not be compatible DRAIN with the coolant or engine compo- BOLT nents. Replacing Engine Coolant The cooling system should be completely drained and refilled with new coolant according to the time and distance recommendations in...

  • Page 145

    Cooling System With automatic transmission: FILLER NECK RESERVE TANK (US: S, Canada: S) 3.4 l (0.90 US gal, 0.75 Imp gal) (US: Si, Canada: SR, SR 4WS) 3.7 l (0.98 US gal, 0.81 Imp gal) 7. Pour coolant into the radiator up to the base of the filler neck.

  • Page 146

    Cooling System, Windshield Washers Windshield Washers BLEEDER BOLT FLOAT RESERVE TANK 8. Loosen the bleeder bolt on top of 10.Turn off the engine. Check the the engine. Tighten it again when level in the radiator, add coolant if Check the level in the windshield needed.

  • Page 147

    Windshield Washers, Transmission Oil Transmission Oil The windshield washer reservoir is NOTICE located behind the left headlight. Automatic Transmission Check the reservoir's fluid level by Do not use engine antifreeze or a DIPSTICK removing the cap and looking at the vinegar/water solution in the float.

  • Page 148: Transmission Oil

    5-speed Manual Transmission mark, add fluid into the tube to Correct FILLER BOLT bring it to the upper mark. Use level Honda Premium Formula Auto- matic Transmission Fluid or an ® equivalent DEXRON II Auto- matic Transmission Fluid (ATF) only.

  • Page 149

    Transmission Oil, Brake and Clutch Fluid Only use an API Service SF or SG Brake and Clutch Fluid Brake System grade motor oil with a viscosity of Check the fluid level in the reser- SAE 10W-30 or 10W-40. voirs monthly. There are up to three reservoirs, depending on model.

  • Page 150: Brake And Clutch Fluid

    If the fluid level is half an inch or to the MAX mark, use Genuine more above the MAX mark, it may Honda Brake Fluid or an equivalent indicate a problem in the ABS. Have from a sealed container that is your dealer inspect the system as marked DOT3 or DOT4 only.

  • Page 151

    Power Steering NOTICE Using automatic transmission fluid or another brand of power steering fluid will damage the system. Use only GENUINE HONDA Power Steering Fluid-V. A low power steering fluid level can UPPER M A X indicate a leak in the system. Check...

  • Page 152: Air Cleaner

    (such as a gas The air cleaner element is inside the 3. Place the new air cleaner element station), ask your Honda dealer to do in the air cleaner housing. box on the passenger's side of the this service.

  • Page 153

    Fuel Filter, Spark Plugs Fuel Filter Spark Plugs Replacement The fuel filter should be replaced (Except US: VTEC, Canada: SR-V) SPARK PLUG CAP every 4 years or 96,000 km (60,000 The original spark plugs in your car miles), whichever comes first. need to be replaced every 2 years or 48,000 km (30,000 miles), whichever comes first.

  • Page 154: Spark Plugs

    Spark Plugs NOTICE Tighten the spark plugs carefully. A spark plug that is too loose can overheat and damage the engine. Overtightening can cause damage to the threads in the cylinder head. 7. Install the spark plug cap. 8. Repeat this procedure for the other three spark plugs.

  • Page 155

    Spark Plugs, Battery (US: VTEC, Canada: SR-V) Battery Specifications: Normal driving conditions Check the condition of your car's NGK: PZFR6F-11 battery monthly. You should check (US: S, Canada: S) Nippondenso: PKJ20CR-L11 for proper electrolyte level and Normal driving conditions NGK: ZFR5F-11 Hot climates, or continuous high corrosion on the terminals.

  • Page 156

    Battery Emergency Procedures Eyes — Flush with water from a cup or other container for at least fifteen minutes. (Water under pressure can damage the eye.) Immediately call a physician or 911. Skin — Remove contaminated clothing. Flush the skin with large quantities of water.

  • Page 157

    Battery If the terminals are severely cor- Except S model roded, clean them with baking soda If your car's battery is disconnected and water. Then use a wrench to or goes dead, the audio system will The battery gives off explosive loosen and remove the cables from hydrogen gas during normal disable itself.

  • Page 158: Windshield Wipers

    Windshield Wipers Check the condition of the wind- WIPER ARMS shield wiper blades at least every six months. Look for signs of cracking in the rubber, or areas that are getting hard. Replace the blades if you find these signs, or they leave streaks and unwiped areas when used.

  • Page 159

    Windshield Wipers 5. Slide the new wiper blade into the BLADE BLADE holder until the tabs lock. 6. Slide the new blade assembly onto the wiper arm. Make sure it locks in place. 7. Lower the wiper arm down against the windshield.

  • Page 160: Air Conditioning

    Air Conditioning Optional for Canadian S model Periodically check the engine's If the air conditioning does not get as Your car's air conditioning is a sealed radiator and air conditioning cold as before, have your dealer system. Any major maintenance, check the system.

  • Page 161

    Drive Belts, Tires Drive Belts The belts should have the following Tires "play" or deflection. To safely operate your car, your tires POWER STEERING BELT Alternator belt: must be the proper type and size, in (With air conditioning) good condition with adequate tread, and correctly inflated.

  • Page 162

    Tires Inflation before checking the tire pressure, Keeping the tires properly inflated the tires can still be considered provides the best combination of "cold" if you drive less than 1.6 km handling, tread life and riding (1 mile). comfort. Underinflated tires wear unevenly, adversely affect handling If you check the pressure when the and fuel economy, and are more...

  • Page 163

    Tires You should get your own tire You should look for: Your car's tires have wear indicators pressure gauge and use it whenever molded into the tread. When the you check your tire pressures. This Bumps or bulges in the tread or tread wears down to that point, you will make it easier for you to tell if a side of the tire.

  • Page 164

    (Except S) steering accuracy. Improper wheel weights can damage your car's aluminum wheels. Use only genuine Honda wheel weights for balancing. Maintenance...

  • Page 165

    They that came on your car. Replacement stability. This can cause a crash wheels are available at your Honda should be suitable for most winter in which you can be seriously driving conditions. Tires without dealer.

  • Page 166

    NOTICE If you mount snow tires on your Mount snow chains on your car Honda, make sure they are radial when warranted by driving condi- Chains of the wrong size or that are tires of the same size and load range tions or required by local laws.

  • Page 167

    Lights Check the operation of your car's Replacing a Headlight Bulb exterior lights at least once a month. Your car has two bulbs on each side, A burned out bulb can create an four in total. Make sure you are unsafe condition by reducing your replacing the bulb that is burned out.

  • Page 168

    Lights 3. Turn the lock ring counterclock- Replacing a Parking Light Bulb wise (about one-quarter turn) to unlock the headlight bulb. SCREW 4. Remove the bulb by pulling it straight out of its recess. 5. Install the new bulb with the electrical connector pointing down.

  • Page 169

    Lights 4. Pull the bulb straight out of its Replacing a Front Side Marker socket. Light Bulb Push the new bulb straight into the socket until it bottoms. BULB 5. Insert the socket back into the lens. Turn it clockwise to lock it in place.

  • Page 170

    Lights 5. Push the bulb holder into the side Replacing a Front Turn Signal marker assembly and turn it clock- Light Bulb wise until it locks. TURN SIGNAL ASSEMBLY 6. Test the side marker to make sure the new bulb is working. 7.

  • Page 171

    Lights 5. Push the bulb holder into the turn Replacing a High-mount Brake signal assembly and turn it Light Bulb clockwise until it locks. (US: S, Si, Canada: S, SR) 6. Test the lights to make sure the new bulb is working. 7.

  • Page 172

    Lights Replacing Rear Bulbs 4. Install the new bulb in the socket. Test it to make sure it works. COVER 5. Reinstall the bulb holder assembly. Install the two screws and tighten them securely. 1. Open the trunk and the taillight 3.

  • Page 173

    Lights Replacing a Rear Side Marker 5. Insert the socket in the assembly. Light Bulb Turn it clockwise to lock it in place. 6. Reinstall the side marker assem- bly in the fender. Tighten the mounting screw securely. SCREW 1. Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to 3.

  • Page 174

    Lights Replacing a Ceiling Light Bulb Replacing a Rear License Bulb 4. Turn on the parking lights and 1. Remove the lens by carefully check that the new bulb is working. prying on the edge of the lens in the middle with a fingernail file or a small flat-tip screwdriver.

  • Page 175

    Lights Replacing a Spotlight Bulb On S and Si models in the U.S., and S On VTEC model in the U.S., and SR On VTEC model in the U.S., and SR and SR models in Canada 4WS and SR-V models in Canada 4WS and SR-V models in Canada The spotlight bulbs are in the ceiling light housing.

  • Page 176

    Lights Replacing a Trunk Light Bulb SPOTLIGHT BULB 2. Remove the two screws and 4. Pull the bulb straight out of the 1. Remove the lens by carefully remove the ceiling light assembly. holder. Push the new bulb straight prying on the edge of the lens with into the holder until it bottoms.

  • Page 177: Storing Your Car

    If you store your car for 12 months Change the engine oil and filter Support the front wiper blade or longer, have your Honda dealer perform the inspections called for in (see page 141). arms with a folded towel or rag so the 24 months/48,000 km (30,000 they do not touch the windshield.

  • Page 178

    Appearance Care Regular cleaning and polishing of your Honda helps to keep it "new" looking. This section gives you hints on how to clean and preserve your car's appearance: the paint, bright- work, wheels and interior. Also included are several things you can do to help prevent corrosion.

  • Page 179: Washing, Power Antenna Cleaning, Exterior Care

    Exterior Care Washing Wash the car, using the water and Power Antenna Cleaning detergent solution and a soft- Frequent washing helps preserve Twice a year, clean the antenna mast your car's beauty. Dirt and grit can bristle brush, sponge, or soft cloth. with a dry cloth and mild detergent.

  • Page 180

    You solution, and rinse them thoroughly. beads or droplets after waxing. should use a polish on your Honda if the finish does not have its original The wheels have a protective clear- shine after using a wax.

  • Page 181

    Exterior Care Paint Touch-up Examine the chip or scratch closely Your dealer has touch-up paint to before repairing it. If it does not go down to bare metal, clean it with match your car's color. The color code is printed on a sticker on the soap and water and apply the touch- up paint.

  • Page 182: Appearance Care

    Interior Care Carpeting Vinyl Seat Belts Vacuum the carpeting frequently to Remove dirt and dust with a vacuum remove dirt. Ground-in dirt will make cleaner. Wipe the vinyl with a soft the carpet wear out faster. cloth dampened in a solution of mild Periodically shampoo the carpet to soap and water.

  • Page 183

    Many corrosion-preventive measures windows. Use a soft cloth or paper interior trim and fabric to crack or are built into your Honda. You can towels to clean all glass and clear discolor. help keep your car from corroding plastic surfaces.

  • Page 184

    Body Repairs holes in the bottom of the doors Body repairs can affect your car's insurance company, tell them you want genuine Honda parts used in and body. resistance to corrosion. If your car needs repairs after a collision, pay the repair.

  • Page 185

    Taking Care of the Unexpected This section covers the more- Compact Spare Tire....... Changing a Flat Tire..... common problems that motorists experience with their cars. It gives If Your Engine Won't Start... you information about how to safely Nothing Happens....... evaluate the problem and what to do The Starter Operates to correct it.

  • Page 186: Compact Spare Tire

    Compact Spare Tire Your car has a compact spare tire Follow these precautions whenever INDICATOR that takes up less space. Use this you are using the compact spare tire: LOCATION spare tire as a temporary replace- MARK ment only. Get your regular tire Do not exceed 50 mph (80 km/h) repaired or replaced and put back on under any circumstances.

  • Page 187: Changing A Flat Tire

    Changing a Flat Tire If you have a flat tire while driving, 5. Unscrew the wing bolt and take JACK TRUNK FLOOR the spare tire out of the trunk. stop in a safe place to change it. Stopping in traffic or on the shoulder of a busy road is dangerous.

  • Page 188

    Changing a Flat Tire HANDLE COVER JACK 6. The jack is behind a cover in the 8. Loosen the four wheel nuts 1/2 7. Turn the jack's end bracket right fender. Remove the cover by counterclockwise to loosen it, then turn with the wheel wrench.

  • Page 189

    Changing a Flat Tire JACKING WHEEL EXTENSION POINT WRENCH 9. Locate the jacking point nearest 10. Use the extension and wheel 11. Remove the wheel nuts and flat tire. Temporarily place the flat tire the tire you need to change. It is wrench as shown to raise the car pointed to by an arrow molded into on the ground with the outside...

  • Page 190: Taking Care Of The Unexpected

    Changing a Flat Tire BRAKE HUB 12. Before mounting the spare tire, 13. Put on the spare tire. Put the 14. Lower the car to the ground and wipe any dirt off the mounting wheel nuts back on finger-tight, remove the jack. surface of the wheel and hub with then tighten them in a crisscross a cloth.

  • Page 191

    Changing a Flat Tire 19. Store the jack in its holder with WING BOLT the end bracket facing to the rear. SPACER Turn the jack's end bracket to lock CONE it in place. Replace the cover. Store the tool kit. 20.

  • Page 192: If Your Engine Won't Start

    If Your Engine Won't Start Diagnosing why your engine won't Nothing Happens or the Starter Turn the ignition switch to START (III). If the headlights do not dim, start falls into two areas, depending Motor Operates Very Slowly on what you hear when you turn the check the condition of the fuses.

  • Page 193

    Check all the fuses sories: heater, A/C, stereo system, (see page 205). lights, etc. You cannot start a Honda with an Put the transmission in Neutral or If you find nothing wrong, you will automatic transmission by pushing Park and set the parking brake.

  • Page 194: Jump Starting

    ( + ) terminal other end to the grounding strap sure they have good metal-to- on your Honda's battery. as shown. Do not connect this metal contact. jumper cable to any other part of the engine.

  • Page 195: If Your Engine Overheats

    If Your Engine Overheats Your car's temperature gauge should Your car can overheat for several 2. If you see steam and/or spray register in the midrange under most reasons, such as lack of coolant or a coming from under the hood, turn conditions.

  • Page 196

    If Your Engine Overheats 6. Look for any obvious coolant leaks, 10. Start the engine and set the such as a split radiator hose. temperature control lever to Removing the radiator cap Everything is still extremely hot, maximum. Add coolant to the while the engine is hot can so use caution.

  • Page 197

    Low Oil Pressure 4. Start the engine and watch the oil 1. Safely pull off the road and shut off the engine. pressure light. If the light does not go out within ten seconds, turn off 2. Let the car sit for a minute. Open the engine.

  • Page 198

    Charging System Indication Immediately turn off all electrical By eliminating as much of the accessories: radio, heater, A/C, rear electrical load as possible, you can defogger, cruise control, etc. Try not drive several miles before the to use other electrically-operated battery is too discharged to keep the controls such as the power windows.

  • Page 199

    Malfunction Indicator Lamp/Check Engine Light If this indicator light comes on, NOTICE MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LAMP/ safely pull off the road and turn off CHECK ENGINE LIGHT* the engine. Restart the engine and If you keep driving with the malfunc- watch the indicator light. If it stays tion indicator lamp/check engine light on, have your car checked by the on, you can damage your car's...

  • Page 200: Closing The Sunroof

    Closing the Sunroof If the electric motor will not close SOCKET the sunroof, do the following: 1. Check the fuse for the sunroof motor (see page 206). If the fuse is blown, replace it with one of the same or lower rating. 2.

  • Page 201

    Fuses All the electrical circuits in your car INTERIOR UNDERHOOD have fuses to protect them from a short circuit or overload. These fuses are located in two fuse boxes. KNOB The interior fuse box is underneath The underhood fuse box is located in the engine compartment next to the the dashboard on the driver's side.

  • Page 202

    Fuses Checking and Replacing Fuses If something electrical in your car FUSE PULLER stops working, the first thing you should check for is a blown fuse. Determine from the chart on pages and 209, or the diagram on the fuse box lid, which fuse or fuses control that component.

  • Page 203

    Fuses If you cannot drive the car without NOTICE fixing the problem, and you do not BLOWN have a spare fuse, take a fuse of the Replacing a fuse with one that has a same rating or a lower rating from higher rating greatly increases the one of the other circuits.

  • Page 204

    Fuses INTERIOR FUSE BOX * : On Canadian cars Taking Care of the Unexpected...

  • Page 205

    Fuses UNDERHOOD FUSE BOX Taking Care of the Unexpected...

  • Page 206

    Emergency Towing There are three popular methods of If your Honda cannot be transported It is best to tow the car no farther towing a car: by flat-bed, it should be towed with than 80 km (50 miles), and keep the front wheels off the ground.

  • Page 207: Technical Information

    The diagrams in this section give Identification Numbers....Emission Controls......you the dimensions and capacities of Specifications......... The Clean Air Act...... your Honda, and the locations of the Anti-lock Brake System....Crankcase Emission Control identification numbers. The expla- Four Wheel Steering..... System........

  • Page 208: Identification Numbers

    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is the 17-digit number your Honda dealer uses to register your car for warranty purposes. It is also necessary for licensing and insuring your car. The easiest place to find the VIN is on a plate fastened to the top of the dashboard.

  • Page 209

    Identification Numbers MANUAL TRANSMISSION NUMBER AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION NUMBER The Engine Number is stamped into the engine block. The Transmission Number is on a label on top of the transmission. ENGINE NUMBER Technical Information...

  • Page 210: Specifications

    Specifications 1 : Including the coolant in the reserve tank and that remaining in the engine. Reserve tank capacity: (0.16 US gal , 0.13 Imp gal) page 2 : US: S, Canada: S 1 : US: S, Canada: S 3 : US: Si, Canada: SR, SR 4WS 2 : US: Si, Canada: SR, SR 4WS 4 : US: VTEC, Canada: SR-V 3 : US: VTEC, Canada: SR-V...

  • Page 211

    Specifications page page 1 : Except high-mount brake light installed in rear spoiler. 2 : US: VTEC, Canada: SR 4WS, SR-V 1 : S 2 : Except S Technical Information...

  • Page 212: Technical Information

    Anti-lock Brake System The Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) Each wheel has a wheel speed the solenoid. This builds hydraulic is standard equipment on all models sensor assembly. As the wheel pressure on the modulator valve. except the S model. rotates, the sensor sends electrical The pressure increases in the pulses to the ABS control unit.

  • Page 213

    Four Wheel Steering The SR 4WS model in Canada is The 4WS electronic control unit increases. This improves response in equipped with an electronic Four drives an electric motor built into the lane-changing maneuvers. Wheel Steering system. rear steering box. Sensors for rear wheel angle and speed provide As the driver continues to turn the As inputs, the 4WS system uses a...

  • Page 214: Tire Information

    Tire Information Tire Speed Ratings Tire Size Designation H — Speed Rating Symbol. See the speed rating chart in this section for The chart below shows many of the A tire's sidewall is marked with a tire size designation. You will need this additional information.

  • Page 215

    The treadwear grade is a compara- wait until the tires are cold before tive rating based on the wear rate of Honda strongly recommends that adjusting the tire pressure (see page the tire when tested under controlled you not drive faster than posted 164).

  • Page 216

    Tire Information Traction Temperature Warning: The temperature grade for The traction grades, from highest to The temperature grades are A (the this tire is established for a tire that lowest, are A, B, and C, and they highest), B, and C, representing the is properly inflated and not over- loaded.

  • Page 217: Emission Controls

    132. the engine and burned. form photochemical "smog." Carbon monoxide does not contribute to Evaporative Emission Control * In Canada, Honda vehicles comply smog creation, but it is a poisonous with the Canadian Motor Vehicle System gas. Safety Standards (CMVSS) for...

  • Page 218

    System engine's combustion and minimize genuine Honda replacement parts or The Exhaust Gas Recirculation the amount of HC, CO, and NOx that their equivalent for repairs. Using (EGR) system takes some of the comes out the tailpipe.

  • Page 219: Three Way Catalytic Converter

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

  • Page 220: Table Of Contents

    Warranty and Customer Relations Warranty Coverages..... Customer Relations Information......... U.S. Zone Office Map....Canada Zone Office Map....Authorized Manuals...... Warranty and Customer Relations...

  • Page 221: Warranty Coverages

    Warranty Coverages Replacement Battery Limited U.S. Cars Seat Belt Limited Warranty — a seat Your new Honda is covered by these belt that fails to function properly is Warranty — provides prorated warranties: covered for the useful life of the car.

  • Page 222

    Customer Relations Information Honda dealership personnel are If you are dissatisfied with the When you call or write, please give trained professionals. They should decision made by the dealership's us this information: be able to answer all your questions. management, contact your Honda If you encounter a problem that your Customer Relations Zone Office.

  • Page 223: U.s. Zone Office Map

    Includes: NYC Metro area and San Juan, PR 00919-0816 Fairfield County, CT area (787) 250-4318 The above addresses and telephone numbers are subject to change. If you cannot reach your Zone office, ask your Honda dealer for the current information. Customer Relations...

  • Page 224: Canada Zone Office Map

    Canada Zone Office Map Quebec Zone Western Zone Honda Canada Inc. Honda Canada Inc. 13240 Worster Court 1750 rue Eiffel Richmond, B.C. Boucherville, Quebec J4B 7W1 V6V 2B8 (604) 278-7121 (514) 655-6161 Central Zone Atlantic Zone Honda Canada Inc. Honda Canada Inc.

  • Page 225: Authorized Manuals (u.s. Only)

    Authorized Manuals Valid only for sales within the U.S. Canadian owners Purchasing Factory Authorized Manuals should contact thier authorized Honda dealer. (U.S. only) The following publications covering the operation and servicing of your vehicle can be obtained from Helm Incorporated, either by filling out the attached form or, for credit card holders, calling the toll-free phone number on the form.

  • Page 226: Authorized Manuals

    Authorized Manuals Service Manual: This manual covers maintenance and recommended procedures for repair to engine and chassis components. It is written for the Journeyman mechanic, but is simple enough for most mechanically-inclined owners to under- stand. Electrical Troubleshooting Manual: This manual complements the Service Manual by providing in-depth troubleshooting information for each electrical circuit in your car.

  • Page 227

    Index Shift Lock Release..... Airbag (SRS)........Air Cleaner........Accessories Air Conditioning....... Installation........Maintenance....... ACCESSORY (Ignition Key Usage..........Battery Position)........Air Outlets (Vents)......Charging System Light....Adding Air Pressure, Tires......Jump Starting......Maintenance....... Automatic Transmission Alcohol and Drugs......Specifications......Fluid........Alcohol in Gasoline......Brake Fluid.........

  • Page 228

    Index Cleaner, Air........Braking System......Operation........Break-in, New Car......Cleaning CAUTION, Explanation of....Brightness Control, Aluminum Wheels..... Certification Label......Instruments........Chains..........Antenna........Brights, Headlights......Change Oil Carpeting........Exterior........Bulb Replacement How to......... Back-up Lights......Fabric.......... When to........Brake Lights....... Changing a Flat Tire..... Interior........

  • Page 229

    Index Emergency Brake......Temperature Gauge....Disposal of Used Oil...... Corrosion Protection..... Doors Emergency Flashers....... Crankcase Emission Control Locking and Unlocking....Emission Controls......System......... Power Door Locks....... Engine Belts..........Cruise Control Operation....DOT Tire Quality Grading... Customer Relations Office... Downshifting, 5-speed Manual Check Light......

  • Page 230

    Index Fan, Radiator........Four Wheel Steering (4WS) Gauges Features, Comfort and Description......... Engine Coolant Temperature ..Convenience......... Indicator Light......Fuel..........Filling the Fuel Tank..... Gearshift Lever Positions Operation........Filters Front End, Towing by Automatic Transmission... Fuel..........Emergency Wrecker....5-speed Manual Oil..........

  • Page 231

    Index Horn........... Fuel Fill Door......Hot Coolant, Warning about..Glove Box........Hydraulic Clutch......Jacking up the Car......Power Door........Hydroplaning........Jack, Tire........Trunk..........Jump Starting......... Low Coolant Level......Lower Gear, Downshifting to a..Low Oil Pressure Indicator..33, Identification Number, Lubricant Specifications Chart..

  • Page 232

    Index Overheating, Engine..... Rear View Mirror......Rear Window Defogger....Neutral Gear Position....Reclining the Seat Backs....New Vehicle Break-in ..... Recommended Shift Speeds ..Normal Shift Speeds...... Panel Brightness Control....Reminder Lights......NOTICE, Explanation of....Park Gear Position......Replacement Information Numbers, Identification....

  • Page 233

    Index Storing Your Car......Safety Defects, Reporting....Shift Lever Position Sunroof..........Safety Labels, Location of....Indicator....... 37, Closing Manually....... Safety Messages........ Side Marker Lights, Bulb Replacement in......Operation........Seat Belts..........Advice for Pregnant Women..Signaling Turns........ Supplemental Restraint System Service Precautions..... Child Seat Anchor Plate....

  • Page 234

    Index Fluid Selection......Vehicle Identification Number..Temperature Gauge......Tether Attachment Points....Identification Number....Vehicle Storage......Time, Setting the......Shifting the Automatic....Ventilation......... Tire Chains........Shifting the Manual....VIN..........Tire, How to Change a Flat..Treadwear........Vinyl Cleaning........ Tires..........Trip Meter........Viscosity, Oil........

  • Page 235

    Index Windows Cleaning........Operating the Power....Rear, Defogger......Windshield Cleaning........Defroster........Wipers, Windshield Changing Blades......Operation........Worn Tires........Wrecker, Emergency Towing..

  • Page 236: Gas Station Information

    1.9 l (2.0 US qt,1.7 Imp qt) 4.8 l (5.1 US qt,4.2 Imp qt) T115/70D14 Automatic Transmission Fluid: without filter (Except S) Honda Premium Formula Auto- (US: S, Canada: S) T135/80D15 matic Transmission Fluid or an 3.5 l (3.7 US qt,3.1 Imp qt) ®...

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