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Old 08-22-2013, 10:39 AM
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Trip A reset

So, I reset my trip A meter by mistake, 60+ miles into the tank. I had the custom setting for manual reset. Question is, does anyone know if having it set for "with refuel" prevents you from manually resetting? I would assume so, but I'm not sure and I can't find it in the OM. If it does prevent a manual reset I think I'd like to try that. Of course then I'll have to see whether the MPGs go into history like they should.
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Old 08-22-2013, 11:39 AM
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Yes, you can manually reset via the push thingie in the cluster.

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Yes, you can manually reset via the push thingie in the cluster.

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If it does prevent a manual reset I think I'd like to try that. Of course then I'll have to see whether the MPGs go into history like they should.
It does not prevent the manual reset. It also will not log the MPG into the history. It's a bug from day one (October 2012) that I have learned to live with.
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Old 08-22-2013, 05:51 PM
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It does not prevent the manual reset. It also will not log the MPG into the history. It's a bug from day one (October 2012) that I have learned to live with.
I left my Touring on the "manual reset" default setting. You have to start the car and let it idle for at least fifteen seconds before resetting anything to have the stats logged properly to History; I think I reset it like five seconds after I started the car a few fillups ago, and it didn't "keep." (I think at that time, I reset the "B" side first, so now as an extra measure, I reset "A" first. )
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I believe the mpg log not updating is only plaguing the models without touchscreens.
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I left my Touring on the "manual reset" default setting. You have to start the car and let it idle for at least fifteen seconds before resetting anything to have the stats logged properly to History; I think I reset it like five seconds after I started the car a few fillups ago, and it didn't "keep." (I think at that time, I reset the "B" side first, so now as an extra measure, I reset "A" first. )
I have no problems with the manual reset logging the history. I don't even wait five seconds from turning on the car to pushing the reset button. For my EX-L, the automatic option to reset A with refuel does not log the history. It does reset History A though. Some people have gotten it to work but most have not. It's a small bug.
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does anyone know why my trip A is not recording, i have it to reset with every refuel but it wont show my previous tank mileage on history
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The 7th-Gens post-MMC had a more annoying bug--the entire Trip Computer (only available on NAVIs) would sometimes spontaneously reset for no reason at all; it seemed like it happened more frequently during temperature changes in spring and fall. You'd reset the T/C at a fillup (or it would happen automatically--not sure what the threshold was on that car, nor am I aware of how the new ones work, since I leave mine on manual), then click-over to the T/C a few days or a week later, and you'd have something like five miles since the last fillup, and the one retained fillup in History (like the three in our new Accords) would be gone.

I upgraded that NAVI DVD once, and thought I had heard that the T/C bug had been fixed! Nope! It got worse!
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does anyone know why my trip A is not recording, i have it to reset with every refuel but it wont show my previous tank mileage on history
That's the bug I'm talking about. You have to turn off that setting and reset history A manually to record the history.
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