This applies to all Honda models equipped with the HDD (hard disc drive)-based navigation system. If you’re replacing an HDD-based audio-navigation unit, even for an audio-related problem, make sure to transfer the HDD to the replacement unit.
This bulletin applies to 2012-2013 Honda Ridgeline vehicles equipped with a 3.5L engine. The MIL may be on, with DTC P2101 (electronic throttle control system malfunction) stored.
Honda has released a new water-based lubricant that it recommends for installing rubber-based intercooler hoses.
This bulletin applies to 2011 Honda Fit vehicles. If the customer complains about a loss of power, but the vehicle checks out OK and has no set DTCs, the issue might be the normal workings of the brake override system.
If you plan to replace the engine block on a 2003-2007 Honda Element, or Accord, 2006-2007 Civic or 2007 CR-V, make sure you also replace the coolant separator/diverter.
This bulletin applies to all Honda models equipped with telescoping steering columns. If the steering feels notchy (alternating from smooth to notchy and hard and smooth again when the steering wheel is turned), the steering column U-joints could be out of phase.
This bulletin applies to 2005-2012 Honda Odyssey models. Have a power sliding door that won’t work while the VSA indicator is on? Before troubleshooting that sliding door, you must first troubleshoot to fix the VSA problem. The door might not be the culprit.
This bulletin applies to 2011 Honda Insight vehicles. If you find an SRS indicator light on and the HDS isn’t talking with the SRS, check for DTCs in the gauge control module.
This bulletin applies to all Honda models equipped with one-push start. When you shift into Park and shut off the engine, does the power mode stay in ON or ACCESSORY? The culprit could be a misadjusted shift cable.
If, after cleaning or replacing the throttle body on a 2013 Honda Odyssey, you now have a fluctuating idle, MIL on with DTC P2279 (intake air system leak) or MIL on with P0507 (idle control system rpm higher than expected), the condition is likely caused by the throttle plate being in a different position from the position that the ECM/PCM had previously learned.
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