Here's an easy one. I can't view the odometer reading on my car. Tried the FCD button and the trip button, but can't get the total vehicle mileage to show up. Am I being stupid? (how's that for a setup?)
it was really confusing to me when i got my car. the way it works is there is trip a, b, and total odometer. the fcd button goes between whichever of those 3 you have selected, and the fcd reading. so first check to make sure you're out of fcd and on the a, b, or total screen, and THEN push the trip button until you cycle through to the total odometer.
I think the key to this may be ... how do I get out of fcd mode? I'm pushing buttons like a crazy man, but no luck. Seems like it's either something really simple that I'm not understanding or something is broken.
Thank you all very much for your responses. I ended up pushing the FCD button and holding it which then resulted in clearing some things but I was able to get to Trip A and B. It doesn't seem terribly intuitive. I am taking the advice to go to the dealership. I'm going to get it looked at and generally tuned up.
This is just great having all of you to ask. I'm sure I'll have more questions. So thanks again.
I have figured out that I need to press the trip button very hard and it will cycle between tripA, trip B and the Odometer. Press and release the FCD button until the screen other than the <====> trip segment screen shows. Now press the trip button firmly and quickly and it should cycle to the screens other than the one that was showing. On more than one occasion I held the trip button down too long and reset the screen. But I think I now have it down. It must be that my trip button is getting tired and just not making a good contact. Hopefully this is your situation too.
If Honda was thinking when they designed the trip/odometer button location they would have incorporated all the trips and odometer into just the FCD. It's an easier button to use and located in the right spot. There really is no need for separate trip button, as the FCD really is.