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My 6 week old RTL-E cruise control icon is no longer showing when prompted and instead a text box is in it's place which just says "Cruise Mode". When first purchased, it showed a vehicle icon and the distance indicator along with the speed the cruise control was set at. Has anyone else had this issue or am I missing something? Newbie says thanks.
 

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Any chance you hit the “Menu” button on the right side of the steering wheel? It’s the button above the “+” button.. that turns off all the sensors, so Adaptive Cruise Control “ACC” will not activate...


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Hold the distance button to toggle between ACC and CC.

It's explained in the Owner's Manual.
Thanks zroger73, I knew someone here would be able to help. I'll give it a shot and also check out the manual which I should have done in the first place. You guys are a great help and resource for anyone owning a Ridgeline.
 

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I find it odd that when it is in ACC mode you have a visual of the speed setpoint, but when in CC mode there is no indication of the speed setpoint. Why not have a visual setpoint in CC mode?
 

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I find it odd that when it is in ACC mode you have a visual of the speed setpoint, but when in CC mode there is no indication of the speed setpoint. Why not have a visual setpoint in CC mode?
I can't think of a good reason, either. Most other brands DO show the set speed regardless of the cruise control mode.
 
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