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2001 Honda Accord Owner’s Manual

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Honda Accord owners manual for 2001 models, available trims LX, EX, DX and EX V6, fitted with various powerful Honda Engine
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Introduction
Congratulation !
s Your selection of a 2001 Honda Accord was a wise
As you read this manual, you will
investment. It will give you years of driving pleasure.
find information that is preceded by
a
symbol. This
One of the best ways to enhance the enjoyment of your new Honda is to
information is intended to help you
read this manual. In it, you will learn how to operate its driving controls and
avoid damage to your Honda, other
convenience items. Afterwards, keep this owner’s manual in your car so you
property, or the environment.
can refer to it at any time.
Several warranties protect your new Honda. Read the warranty booklet
thoroughly so you understand the coverages and are aware of your rights
and responsibilities.
Maintaining your car according to the schedules given in this manual helps
to keep your driving trouble-free while it preserves your investment. When
your car needs maintenance, keep in mind that your Honda dealer’s staff is
specially trained in servicing the many systems unique to your Honda. Your
Honda dealer is dedicated to your satisfaction and will be pleased to answer
any questions and concerns.
California Proposition 65 Warning
WARNING: This product contains or emits chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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A Few Words About Safety
Your safety, and the safety of others,
You will find this important safety information in a variety of forms,
is very important. And operating this
including:
car safely is an important
Saf ety Labels − on the car.
responsibility.
Saf ety Messages − preceded by a safety alert symbol
and one of
three signal words:
,
DANGER W
,
ARNING or
.
CAUTION
To help you make informed
These signal words mean:
decisions about safety, we have
provided operating procedures and
You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY
other information on labels and in
HURT if you don’t follow instructions.
this manual. This information alerts
you to potential hazards that could
You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY
hurt you or others.
HURT if you don’t follow instructions.
Of course, it is not practical or
You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow
possible to warn you about all the
instructions.
hazards associated with operating or
maintaining your car. You must use
Saf ety Headings − such as Important Safety Reminders or Important
your own good judgement.
Safety Precautions.
Saf ety Section − such as Driver and Passenger Safety.
Instructions − how to use this car correctly and safely.
This entire book is filled with important safety information − please read it
carefully.
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Contents
Turn to the beginning of each section for a complete list of subjects.
Your Car at a Glance ................ 2
Driving ............................... 191
Technical Inf ormati
.........
on
. 323
Driver and Passenger Saf ety..... 5
The proper way to start the engine,
ID numbers, dimensions, capaci-
Important information about the
shift the transmission, and park;
ties, and technical information.
proper use and care of your car’s
plus what you need to know if
seat belts, an overview of the
you’re planning to tow a trailer.
Warranty and Customer
Supplemental Restraint System,
Relations
and valuable information on how
Maintenance ....................... 219
(U.S. and Canada only ........
)
. 339
to protect children with child
The Maintenance Schedule shows
A summary of the warranties
restraints.
you when you need to take your
covering your new Honda, and
car to the dealer. There is also a
how to contact us for any reason.
Instruments and Controls ...... 51
list of things to check and
Refer to your warranty manual for
Explains the purpose of each
instructions on how to check them.
detailed information.
instrument panel indicator and
gauge, and how to use the controls
Appearance Care ................. 287
Authorized Manuals
on the dashboard and steering
Tips on cleaning and protecting
(U.S. only) .......................... 344
column.
your car. Also some things to look
How to order manuals and other
for if your car ever needs body
technical literature.
Comf ort and Convenience
repairs.
Features............................. 109
Index ...................................... I
How to operate the heating and air
Taking Care of the
conditioning system, and the audio
Unexpected ........................ 295
Service Inf ormation Summary
system.
This section covers several
A summary of information you
problems motorists sometimes
need when you pull up to the fuel
Bef ore Driving .................... 177
experience, and details how to
pump.
What gasoline to use, how to
handle them.
break-in your new car, and how to
load luggage and other cargo.
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Your Car at a Glance
MIRROR
DIGITAL CLOCK
HEATING/COOLING
CONTROLS
(P.102)
CONTROL
(P.100)
(P.110)
DOOR LOCK
AUDIO SYSTEM
SWITCH
(P.125)
(P.75)
POWER WINDOW
SWITCHES
(P.97)

TRUNK RELEASE
HANDLE/

HOOD RELEASE
FUEL FILL DOOR
HANDLE
(P.80, 178)
(P.180)
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Your Car at a Glance
INSTRUMENT PANEL BRIGHTNESS
WINDSHIELD
REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
(P. 63)
WIPERS/WASHERS
(P. 66)
(P. 64, 65, 66)
MOONROOF SWITCH
(P. 98)

TRACTION CONTROL
SYSTEM
(P. 206)

CRUISE CONTROL
(P. 68)

HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS
(P. 66)

TILT ADJUSTMENT
HORN
(P. 67)
(P. 61)
HEADLIGHTS/TURN SIGNALS
REMOTE AUDIO CONTROLS (P. 70)
CRUISE CONTROLS
(P. 62, 64)
(EX with leather and EX-V6 models)
(P. 68)
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4

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Driver and Passenger Safety
This section gives you important
2. Adjust the Front Seats ............ 12
Protecting Small Children .......... 31
information about how to protect
3. Adjust the Seat-Backs ............. 13
Protecting Larger Children ........ 34
yourself and your passengers. It
4. Adjust the Head Restraints .... 14
Using Child Seats with
shows you how to use seat belts
5. Fasten and Position the Seat
Tethers...................................... 37
properly. It explains your Supple-
Belts ...................................... 14
Using the Lower Anchorages .... 38
mental Restraint System. And it tells
6. Adjust the Steering Wheel ..... 16
Additional Information About Your
you how to properly restrain infants
7. Maintain a Proper Sitting
Seat Belts .................................. 40
and children in your car.
Position ................................. 16
Seat Belt System Components... 40
Advice for Pregnant Women...... 17
Lap/Shoulder Belt ....................... 40
Additional Safety Precautions.... 18
Automatic Seat Belt
Protecting Children ......................... 19
Tensioners................................ 41
All Children Must Be
Seat Belt Maintenance ................ 42
Restrained ................................ 19
Additional Information About
Children Should Sit in the Back
Your Airbags ............................ 43
Seat ............................................ 20
SRS Components ......................... 43
The Passenger’s Front Airbag
How Your Front Airbags
Important Safety Precautions .......... 6
Poses Serious Risks to
Work.......................................... 43
Your Car’s Safety Features .............. 7
Children ................................ 20
How Your Side Airbags Work.... 45
Seat Belts ........................................ 8
If You Must Drive with Several
How the SRS Indicator Light
Airbags............................................ 9
Children .................................... 22
Works........................................ 45
Seats & Seat-Backs...................... 10
If a Child Requires Close
How The Side Airbag Indicator
Head Restraints ........................... 10
Attention ................................... 23
Light Works ............................. 46
Door Locks ................................... 10
Additional Safety Precautions.... 23
Airbag Service.............................. 48
Pre-Drive Safety Checklist ......... 11
General Guidelines for Using
Additional Safety Precautions.... 48
Protecting Adults............................. 12
Child Seats................................ 24
Carbon Monoxide Hazard .............. 49
1. Close and Lock the Doors ...... 12
Protecting Infants ........................ 28
Safety Labels .................................... 50
Driver and Passenger Saf ety
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Important Safety Precautions
You’ll find many safety
Be Aware of Airbag Hazards
Control Your Speed
recommendations throughout this
While airbags can save lives, they
Excessive speed is a major factor in
section, and throughout this manual.
can cause serious or fatal injuries to
crash injuries and deaths. Generally,
The recommendations on this page
occupants who sit too close to them,
the higher the speed the greater the
are the ones we consider to be the
or are not properly restrained.
risk, but serious accidents can also
most important.
Infants, young children, and short
occur at lower speeds. Never drive
adults are at the greatest risk. Be
faster than is safe for current
Always Wear Your Seat Belt
sure to follow all instructions and
conditions, regardless of the
A seat belt is your best protection in
warnings in this manual. (See page
maximum speed posted.
all types of collisions. Airbags
7 .)
supplement seat belts, but airbags
Keep Your Car in Saf e Condition
are designed to inflate only in a
Don’t Drink and Drive
Having a tire blowout or a
moderate to severe frontal collision.
Alcohol and driving don’t mix. Even
mechanical failure can be extremely
So even though your car is equipped
one drink can reduce your ability to
hazardous. To reduce the possibility
with airbags, make sure you and
respond to changing conditions, and
of such problems, check your tire
your passengers always wear your
your reaction time gets worse with
pressures and condition frequently,
seat belts, and wear them properly.
every additional drink. So don’t drink
and perform all regularly scheduled
(See page 14 .)
and drive, and don’t let your friends
maintenance. (See page 224 .)
drink and drive, either.
Restrain All Children
Children are safest when they are
properly restrained in the back seat,
not the front seat. A child who is too
small for a seat belt must be properly
restrained in a child safety seat. (See
page 19 .)
6
Driver and Passenger Saf ety

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Your Car’s Safety Features
Your car is equipped with many
features that work together to
(3)
(9)
(8)
(1)
(4)
protect you and your passengers
during a crash.
(2)
Some safety features do not require
(7)
any action on your part. These
include a strong steel framework
that forms a safety cage around the
passenger compartment; front and
rear crush zones that are designed to
crumple and absorb energy during a
(8)
crash; and a collapsible steering
column.
(6)
(7)
(5)
These safety features are designed
(1) Safety Cage
to reduce the severity of injuries in a
(2) Crush Zones
crash. However, you and your
(3) Seats & Seat-Backs
passengers can’t take full advantage
(4) Head Restraints
(5) Collapsible Steering Column

of these safety features unless you
(6) Seat Belts
remain sitting in a proper position
(7) Front Airbags
and always wear your seat belts

(8) Side Airbags
(9) Door Locks

properly. In fact, some safety
features can contribute to injuries if
: If equipped
they are not used properly.
(2)
Driver and Passenger Saf ety
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Your Car’s Safety Features
Seat Belts
In addition, most states and all
Help keep you from being thrown
For your safety, and the safety of
Canadian provinces require you to
against the inside of the vehicle
your passengers, your car is
wear seat belts.
and against other occupants.
equipped with seat belts in all seating
positions.
Keep you from being thrown out
of the vehicle.
Your seat belt system also
Not wearing a seat belt properly
includes a light on the
increases the chance of serious
Help keep you in a good position
instrument panel to remind you and
injury or death in a crash, even
should the airbags ever deploy. A
your passengers to fasten your seat
if you have airbags.
good position reduces the risk of
belts.
injury from an inflating airbag, and
Be sure you and your
allows you to get the best
Why Wear Seat Belts
passengers always wear seat
advantage from the airbag.
Seat belts are the single most
belts and wear them properly.
effective safety device for adults and
Of course, seat belts cannot
larger children. (Infants and smaller
completely protect you in every
children must be properly restrained
When properly worn, seat belts:
crash. But in most cases, seat belts
in child seats.)
can reduce your risk of serious
Keep you connected to the vehicle
injury.
Not wearing a seat belt properly
so you can take advantage of the
increases the chance of serious
car’s built-in safety features.
What you should do: Always wear
injury or death in a crash, even
your seat belt, and make sure you
though your car has airbags.
Help protect you in almost every
wear it properly.
type of crash, including frontal,
side, and rear impacts and
rollovers.
8
Driver and Passenger Saf ety

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