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I have searched the owner's manual and looked thru the options on the car display but I have been unable to see the elapsed time between fill ups display. Can someone tell me how to find that display please?
I noticed this as well when I bought my car. The Honda info is wrong.According to the 2013 Accord specifications from the Honda web site, listed under Multi Information Display heading is an entry called "elapsed time indicator" and it is shown to be standard on all Accord sedans. I have not been able to see this indicator. All I can see is the distanced travelled between fillups, nothing noting elapsed time. I called Honda customer service today and he had me look on page 95 of the manual which I did to no avail. I wonder if the indicator is available only on touring models, even though the official spec page says it is available on all Accords. Has anyone discovered this indicator?
Thanks for the information about the touring model. Honda's proof readers must have been sleeping on this.I can confirm that my Touring does show Elapsed Time A and Elapsed Time B. One is for the amount of time spent driving since the last fill up, and the other shows how long you've spent driving during your current trip.
Any chance you are related to Flyboy...?Why does elapsed TIME matter? Why do I care that it has been 1 week 1 day and 7 hours since I was last at the gas station, versus 6 days 23 hours and 2 seconds since? WHO CARES? Maybe this is why most of the models don't have this piece of "information"
Yep, I noticed it too, shortly after I bought my car. Did you also notice you are supposed to have an average speed read-out too? It really pissed me off, especially since, like you said, their sales literature says it is standard across all trim lines. I've asked the question before whether there might be some kind of class action over this, but I don't hear such rumblings. I'm more pissed about this than I was about the +2% odometer error on my Odyssey.Thanks for the information about the touring model. Honda's proof readers must have been sleeping on this.