How do you turn off the wrench light on a Honda Pilot?
Clear it with these steps.
- Turn the ignition switch to the “OFF” position.
- Press and hold the “Select/Reset” button on the instrument panel.
- While continuing the hold the “Select/Reset” button, turn the ignition “ON“.
- Still continue to hold the button(s) for 10 seconds or until the Maint Reqd indicator resets.
What does the wrench light mean on a 2013 Honda Pilot?
What does VTM 4 mean?
Variable Torque Management 4WD System
What does a VTM-4 light mean on a Honda Pilot?
When this indicator is on, one or more of your tires is significantly under inflated. You should stop and check your tires as soon as possible. The VTM-4 Lock will temporarily disengage when the vehicle speed exceeds 18 mph (30 km/h).
What causes the VTM-4 light to come on?
This is the Variable Torque Management 4 wheel drive system. It is the component of Your vehicle that moves the amounts or levels or torque to the rear wheels of the vehicle when additional traction is needed. The most common cause of this light showing up is due to low oil in the engine, or a loosened or blown gasket.
How does the VTM-4 Work?
The VTM-4 Lock® feature allows you to manually lock the rear differential in place to get you moving when faced with extreme conditions. By simply pushing the Lock button, you can fully engage four-wheel drive to gain momentum, putting all of your power to the rear axle.
How do I turn on 4WD in my Honda Pilot?
Press the VTM-4 button, located to the left of the stereo. An indicator light on the dashboard will light up, showing VTM-4 is active. Press the VTM-4 button a second time to disengage it when you no longer need four-wheel drive.
How do you engage a 4 wheel drive on a 2011 Honda Pilot?
Engage the VTM-4 system by pressing the VTM-4 Lock button on your Pilot’s dashboard. The button will illuminate to confirm that the system is engaged.