HOW TO RESET: Honda Accord Hybrid Oil Service Wrench Light
Honda Accord Hybrid Oil Service Maintenance Wrench Light Reset
Step by steps tutorial on how to reset the oil service maintenance reminder wrench/spanner symbol indicator warning light on Honda Accord Hybrid Model.
- Close all doors, gear to the park position.
- Turn the ignition on. Don’t start the engine.
- Press the UP button until the VEHICLE SETTINGS is displayed, then press the RESET button.
- Then press the UP arrow again to find MAINTENANCE RESET then press the RESET button.
- Then scroll UP to find RESET then press the RESET button.
- RESET COMPLETED, turn off the ignition.
About Honda Accord Hybrid
The Accord hybrid went on sale in March 2018. The lithium-ion battery is more compact and mounted under the rear seat. The generator and propulsion motor permanent magnets no longer contain rare-earth heavy metals.
To save weight the front subframe, front control arms, hood, front and rear bumpers are constructed of aluminum, which were previously reserved for past hybrid models. Approximately 57% of the body is made from high strength steel including 29% ultra-high-strength hot stamped 980-1500 MPa grades. Structural adhesives are employed for the first time on the Accord with 115 ft of adhesive bonding applied to the body.The body in white (BIW) is 42 lbs lighter with improved structural rigidity.
At Virginia International Raceway, Car and Driver tested the 2.0-liter, 6-speed manual Accord with 19″ touring all-season tires, it covered the 4.1 mile course in 3:18.4 minutes.
In China, the Accord Sport Hybrid debuted in April 2018 at the Beijing Auto Show.
The ASEAN (Southeast Asian) market tenth generation Accord debuted on 28 November 2018 at the Thailand International Motor Expo. It was launched in Thailand on 19 March 2019, in Indonesia on 18 July 2019 at the 27th Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show, in Australia on 28 November 2019 and in Malaysia on 26 February 2020. In Thailand, Honda received over 4,000 order for the Accord in two months after prices were released in mid-May, with over 50% of the bookings for the hybrid variant.
The tenth generation Accord debuted for the Japanese domestic market at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show through October to November 2019 and went on sale in Japan on 21 February 2020 and is imported from Thailand.
For the 2021 model year, the Accord receives a minor facelift, including a revised grille, new wheel designs, and brighter LED headlights. A Sport SE trim replaces the non-hybrid EX, while the manual transmission has been discontinued due to poor sales. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto touchscreen integration are now standard on all models, with wireless functionality on EX-L and higher trim levels.
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