Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Description

GAUGES SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - CONTROL/FUNCTION

Speedometer and Tachometer

The PCM provides a vehicle speed signal to the gauge control module using the F-CAN. Based on this input, the gauge control module displays the current vehicle speed in the speedometer. The PCM provides an engine speed signal to the gauge control module using the F-CAN. Based on this input, the gauge control module displays the current engine speed in the tachometer.

Fuel Gauge and Fuel Indicator

The gauge control module displays the fuel gauge based on input value from the fuel gauge sending unit. The low fuel indicator turn on in the event that indication of the fuel gauge becomes lower than the minimum tank fill threshold.

Information Display

The information display provides the ODO/trip meter, outside air temperature, average/instant fuel economy, clock, oil life, and the status of keyless access system. In addition, the diagnostic system displays the communication errors and the DTCs.

ODO Meter and Trip Meter

The PCM provides a vehicle speed signal to the gauge control module using the F-CAN. Based on this input, the gauge control module tracks mileage for the odometer and trip meters. The mileage values are displayed in the information display.

Engine Coolant Temperature Indicator

The PCM provides an engine coolant temperature signal to the gauge control module using the F-CAN. When the engine coolant temperature is higher than the specified value, the temperature indicator is blinks or lights up in red. When the engine coolant temperature is lower than the specified value, the temperature indicator lights up in blue.

Outside Air Temperature (With climate control)

The gauge control module uses measurements from outside air temperature sensor or provided by the outside air temperature sensor signal from climate control unit via the B-CAN. The outside air temperature indicator's displayed temperature can be recalibrated 5 ºF (3 ºC) to meet the customer's expectations.

Average Fuel Economy Records, Average Fuel Economy/Instant Fuel Economy

The gauge control module receives signals such as fuel consumption, driving distance, vehicle speed, and engine speed from the PCM via F-CAN. It calculates average/instant fuel economy, range to display the results.

Select Position (CVT)

The PCM provides the transmission selector position to the gauge control module using the F-CAN. The A/T gear position indicator indicates the shift position based on these data.

Gauge Control Module Receives Information

The gauge control module receives information from each control unit via F-CAN and B-CAN to light or flash the indicators. The electric parking brake switch, the fuel gauge sending unit, the VSA OFF switch, the washer fluid level switch, the cruise control combination switch, the FCW OFF switch, the TPMS switch, the ECON switch, and the brake fluid level switch connect directly to the gauge control module. The gauge control module receives the turn signal indicators signal from the MICU via B-CAN and activates the turn signal indicator.

Keyless Access System Information (With Keyless Access System)

The gauge control module receives information from the keyless access control unit via B-CAN to display status of the keyless access system.

Ambient Meter

Changes color to reflect driving style of the driver.Green: Fuel efficient drivingWhite/Green: Moderate acceleration/deceleration White: Aggressive acceleration/deceleration The ambient meter color changes in accordance with the brake or the accelerator pedal operation.

Buzzer

The gauge control module includes a buzzer to provide the driver with audible warnings.

Illumination Control

With the exterior lights turned off, the system is in the lights OFF state. Brightness can be adjusted using the dashlights brightness controller.

GAUGES SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - OVERVIEW

The gauge control module indicates the speedometer, the tachometer, the fuel gauge, and several other indicators. Also, the gauge control module has an information display which informs the driver of various vehicle conditions.

Gauges - Testing & Troubleshooting

Gauges - Testing & Troubleshooting

Gauges - Testing & Troubleshooting

Gauges - Testing & Troubleshooting

GAUGES SYSTEM DESCRIPTION - SYSTEM DIAGRAM

Gauges - Testing & Troubleshooting

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     Testing

     ECON Switch Test

    Test 1. Driver's Dashboard Lower Cover - Remove 2. ECON Switch - Test Check the ECON switch (A) according to the table. NOTE: When an LED is located between terminals, check if the LED illumina

     Outside Air Temperature Indicator Calibration

    Procedure NOTE: To test the outside air temperature sensor, refer to the outside air temperature sensor test procedure 1. Outside Air Temperature Indicator - Calibrate Description The outside air tem

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