Cruise control is a cool way to put your Honda CRV on autopilot so to speak. In this setting, the vehicle can maintain speeds of 25mph or more without having to press the accelerator. However, it will not set at below 25mph. In addition, the feature disconnects when the brake is applied. Albeit this is a wonderful feature, be aware that cruise control can be dangerous on winding roads, in traffic, and on wet slippery or icy roads. With that being said, here are the uncomplicated steps to follow to set your Cruise Control.
Pairing your phone via Bluetooth in your Honda CRV is a modern-day safety action as this allows one to communicate via calls, access call lists, send text messages and play selected music all hands-free, eliminating distractions whilst driving. Select the Option which suits your vehicle below and follow the uncomplicated steps to help you set up this magnificent feature.
Programming radio stations in a Honda CRV can seem difficult at first, but no worries we got you covered. Using the option which suits your vehicle, follow the uncomplicated steps below to program your favorite stations.
Setting the clock in your Honda CRV is required after every battery change, and for some models, if you travel to a different time zone. Please read through each Option to find the instructions suitable for your vehicle! Below you will find the uncomplicated steps to follow to set the time on the clock.
The Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) (otherwise known as Electronic Stability Control (ESC)) system in the Honda CRV works to stabilize vehicle traction when traveling over slick surfaces. When VSA is activated, you will see a light with a vehicle with skid marks appear on the instrument panel.
You may need to turn VSA off if the vehicle is stuck in snow or mud to get better traction from all wheels.
You’re not the only one wondering “Where is the hood release on the Honda CRV?”. It’s in a pretty strange place. Use these tips to locate it.
The Honda CRV has a feature that shows you the Engine Oil Life. It is shown as a percentage. The higher the percentage number, the more Engine Oil Life you have left.
You’ll need to reset the Engine Oil Life indicator when you change the oil. Here’s how it is done.
Learn how to reset the Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on the Honda CRV with these steps.