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Do you know what happens on your Ridgeline after you reach 0% oil life?

  • Yes, I found out on purpose

    Votes: 10 9.4%
  • Yes, but it couldn't be avoided

    Votes: 3 2.8%
  • No, not yet

    Votes: 31 29.2%
  • No, and there's no way I'm going to find out

    Votes: 62 58.5%
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Here's a poll just for fun. No fair looking up the answer or giving it away here.

How many of you know what HAL displays after you pass the point of 0% oil life?
 
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Sometimes it's not an advantage knowing how to turn off the reminder. I did and forgot about the oil change. Went to 700 miles over due ( and it told me ) before I got in. Dealer said oil was clean as a whistle. :D :rolleyes:
 

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I think HAL says "Are you trying to kill me?" LOL

That is alternated with:
"You do not deserve to own me!"

and

"Have you considered selling me to someone who cares?"


:D
 

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"Open the pod bay doors."
 

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As per the poll most of us dare not find out.:eek: Let's keep it that way!:)
 

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I know what it does, from the manual, but that isn't an option in the poll.

Given what this poll implies, I'll just say that up to the 0% point, it says service due "SOON," not "NOW." At 0%, it says service due NOW, then starts counting the miles overdue. I usually change at 10% (can't stand the reminders any longer than that ;)).
 

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Altough I voted no and I will never find out, I do know what will happen. Honda supplied me with not just one, but two owner's manuals. While I didn't read it cover to cover, I read enough to be fairly aware of how my truck works.
 

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swampler said:
I know what it does, from the manual, but that isn't an option in the poll.

Given what this poll implies, I'll just say that up to the 0% point, it says service due "SOON," not "NOW." At 0%, it says service due NOW, then starts counting the miles overdue. I usually change at 10% (can't stand the reminders any longer than that ;)).
It's an RTL only question :mad: - the navigation system talks.

Moderators, how about a NAVI (that's IVAN for LR) category so the rest of us can ignore these trolls, oops, I mean polls? :D
 

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Said "Sevice due" and I ended up two miles over before I made it to my garage and preformed the service (B 1). Don't think that was too bad!!!At least now I know...
 
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