Tegger, wrote the following at or about 5/5/2010 10:13 AM:
Perhaps and, yes, I did consider both of those side effects. On the
whole, I figured saving my back (and backside) took precedence. The
radio code was no problem for me as I keep that stuff in the owner's
manual AND my PDA, and back to school for the engine can't be all bad<g>
If that WAS Honda's rationale, the least they could have done was given
us poor owners "half a break" and told us to go in from above on the
Any idea how long it takes the system to relearn the routines?
A few days of normal driving, with a good mix of city and highway.
There are specific procedures you can follow to speed things up
considerably, but normal driving will eventually do it. The car may feel
"funny" for a while until it completes its routines.
You, me, Tegger and probably 98% of the folks in this group have it
written down in multiple places.
I doubt that had anything to do with Honda's rationale behind the
instructions for changing out the bulbs. I doubt that there was ANY
sane thought given to it at all. Maybe, at most, a case of "let's mess
with the round eyes!" <g>
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