The SRS (Supplemental Restraint System) Warning light on the Honda Odyssey is designed to only come on after the vehicle has been in an accident. If the light comes on otherwise, then there is a problem with the internal diagnostic system. No worries as this can be remedied with an effective at-home fix which can, in turn, save you a lot of money. Continue below to learn how to Reset the SRS Warning Light.
Setting the clock in your Honda Odyssey is required after every battery change, and for some models, if you travel to a different time zone. Using the image which suits your vehicle below, you will find the uncomplicated steps to follow to set the time on the clock.
If the Tire Pressure Management System in the Honda Odyssey is not working properly, you may have to reset the system. Follow one of the options below to re-initialize the TPMS.
If you can not find the Fuel Door Release Lever in the Honda Odyssey continue below to find the uncomplicated steps to follow which will open the fuel door.
A Oil Life meter will read a low percentage on your console if your Honda Odyssey is due for an oil change. On some models, a “Maint Reqd” light will appear. If you wish to reset the oil life or the Maintenance Required light, perform these steps.