Home Auto Repair 2011-2012 Honda Ridgeline Back-Up Sensors Owner’s Manual

2011-2012 Honda Ridgeline Back-Up Sensors Owner’s Manual

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Download Before using the backup sensors, become familiar with the types of sounds in relation to the distances between the sensors and the obstacle by actually backing your vehicle into a garage or parking space. Also confirm the obstacle detecting range of each backup sensor. 1. Apply the parking brake. 2. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II), but do not start the engine yet. 3. Turn the backup sensor switch ON. The switch is located on the driver ’ s dashboard lower cover. 4. Move the shift lever to reverse. 5. With one of the doors open, check that the audible signal sounds by slowly bringing the palm of your hand close to each sensor as described: For the corner sensors: From 2 feet (60 cm) For the center sensors: From 6 feet (180 cm) Confirm that the sound of the corner sensors is different from that of the center sensors. 6. Check that the intermittent warning beeps become quicker as you bring the palm of your hand closer to the sensor. For the corner sensors: About 1.5 feet (45 cm) For the center sensors: About 4 feet (120 cm) 7. Check that the intermittent warning beeps change to a continuous beep as you bring the palm of your hand closer to the sensor. It may stop making noise or emit intermittent beeps if you move your hand closer too quickly. For the corner sensors: About 1 foot (30 cm) For the center sensors: About 2 feet (60 cm) 8. Turn the ignition switch to OFF (0). 1. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II), and apply the parking brake. 2. Depress the brake pedal, and move the shift lever to the reverse position.