Honda HR-V Owners & Service Manuals

Honda HR-V: Traction Control, 4WD, & AWD

TRACTION CONTROL DISABLE

WARNING: Placing a non-compatible vehicle on a single-axle dynamometer could result in a safety hazard to technicians and damage to vehicle. Vehicles which use All- Wheel Drive (AWD) or traction control may not be clearly marked. Use common sense and take all necessary precautions when placing any vehicle on the dynamometer. Determine between full-time 4WD and All-Wheel Drive (AWD) for testing purposes. The following tables include information related to full-time 4WD and AWD vehicles, and how to disable the traction control system (if disengageable).

WARNING: DO NOT operate vehicle on a 2-wheel dynamometer if the DO NOT TEST column is marked.

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Traction Control, 4WD, & AWD

Traction Control, 4WD, & AWD

(1) Press TCS (or VSA) switch near left side vent. TCS indicator light will illuminate when system is disabled.
(2) Press VSA switch to the left of the steering wheel until a beep is heard. VSA indicator light will illuminate when system is disabled.
(3) On A/T models, locate disengagement plate on rear of transaxle case behind the right front wheel.
Loosen lock bolt on plate. Turn middle bolt on plate. Turn middle bolt counterclockwise until plate rotates about 150 degrees and is stopped by lock bolt. Tighten lock bolt. On M/T models, locate Orange disengagement lever at rear of engine. Loosen lock bolt at slotted lever. Turn middle bolt on lever counterclockwise and tighten lock bolt.
(4) Cannot be shifted to 2WD.
(5) Shift transfer case lever into 2WD position. Ensure 4WD indicator light is off.
(6) Shift transfer case lever into HIGH position. The 4WD button is located on left side of dash. Ensure 4WD indicator light is off.

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