You guys are going to cringe, but I usually just eyeball my tires every now and then, and measure them with a tire pressure gauge every couple of months. They’ve been surprisingly consistent though, I’ve only needed to add/remove air 2-3 times in the 4 years I’ve owned the car, usually around...
Exactly this. Agree 100%. How do you know they are discontinuing it? Most manufacturers are adding cameras to give you a 360 degree view and even a birds-eye view. Why would Honda go in the opposite (and backwards) direction?
Same experience for me with LKAS. No bouncing effect. Works on not so light curves. Fights me pretty good when I try to leave the lane.
Definitely not meant to drive on it’s own, but it is a pretty good driving aid.
I treated my windshield with rain x and honestly can’t remember the last time I used my wipers. This was mostly out of frustration with the “rain sensing” system (would hardly wipe in hard rain, and would go nuts in light rain).
Did they say why you aren’t covered under the TSB? Is the car older than 3 years? If not then you should be covered under warranty too. The only exception is if there is damage to the condenser from a rock or something.
For my last 2 updates, I skipped the “initialize the thumb drive” step. I just fire up Garmin Express every now and then. As soon as there is an update available, I load it onto the thumb drive and then install it in the car.
The concept of cruise is to maintain speed, not revs. I don’t think it cares what gear you’re in. When it sensed the car slowing down, it kept increasing the throttle. Hopefully there is a limiter that would prevent exceeding red line.
On cars I’ve owned, cruise control disengages when either...