Honda ADAS

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) often require post-repair calibrations. There are also a wide variety of repair considerations depending on the vehicle being repaired. We regularly publish OEM-specific Collision Repair News articles focused on ADAS. We’ve gathered these articles, based on make, to assist you with complete, safe, and quality repairs.

Honda/Acura Has Video Procedures

Posted on 2 June 2020

Looking for more information about a specific repair procedure? Some OEMs are now providing videos within their repair procedures. As we research OEM body and service repair manuals, and find these helpful videos, we will write articles to let you know. Let’s take a closer look at Honda/Acura.

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Calibration Research Tips: Honda/Acura Rear View Cameras

Posted on 23 April 2020

While searching for information on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) on an OEM repair information site, you may come across unique calibration procedures or events. These events can vary by year and model, even within a particular make. As the RTS team has been researching these systems, we have been identifying these atypical circumstances. In order to help you better understand them, we are putting together a series of articles that will help with the repair and calibration of ADAS. Let’s take a closer look at the Honda/Acura rear view cameras.

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Calibration Research Tips: Honda Sensing

Posted on 26 February 2020

While searching for information on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) on an OEM repair information site, you may come across unique calibration procedures or events. These events can vary by year and model, even within a particular make. As the RTS team has been researching these systems, we have been identifying these atypical circumstances. In order to help you better understand them, we are putting together a series of articles that will help with the repair and calibration of ADAS. Let’s take a closer look at Honda Sensing.

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Repairer Driven News: 2020 Honda CR-V

Posted on 30 September 2019

Repairer Driven News released an article on the changes to the 2020 CR-V. The Honda CR-V now comes standard with Honda Sensing for all trim packages. This means that 90% of their entire vehicle line up is equipped with this system. With more advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), it is even more important to follow OEM procedures for calibrating these systems. In an earlier position statement, Honda states: “The proliferation of electronic control systems has increased the number of potential DTCs beyond the point where a dashboard indicator can be installed and/or illuminated for every DTC. Dashboard indicators are intended for driver notification, not vehicle diagnostics.”

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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems: 2019 Honda Pilot

Posted on 11 September 2019

While many have noticed that advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are showing up on vehicles, there still is confusion on what is required of these systems after a collision occurs. The Ask I-CAR team frequently gets questions in regard to calibration of ADAS. Many of these questions can be answered simply by searching the OEM Calibration Requirements Search. However, there are some questions that may need more detail than the calibration search provides. Let’s take a look at the 2019 Honda Pilot ADAS.

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Repairing Blind Spot Sensor Mounting Locations: Honda/Acura

Posted on 29 August 2019

As part of the research conducted by the I-CAR RTS team for the OEM Calibration Requirements Search, we have found that some OEMs provide measurements for blind spot sensor mounting locations. When this mounting location information is found, we will publish articles highlighting the information and where to locate it for that specific OEM.

When performing repairs, having measurements is a way to ensure the vehicle is repaired correctly. However, measurements are not always given for body panels. This typically isn’t a problem, until there is an advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) involved, such as blind spot sensors. When mounting blind spot sensors on body panels, it can be crucial to have the mounting location straightened to the correct measurement. Some OEMs not only give measurements but may also provide alternative measuring methods to identify that the sensor is looking in the right direction. Let's see what Honda/Acura has to say.

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Bumper Cover Repair With ADAS: Honda/Acura

Posted on 6 June 2019

A simple bumper repair on a modern vehicle may not be as simple as it seems. New technologies like blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, and other advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) utilize sensors behind the bumper covers. The ability for these sensors to be able to see clearly normally requires special caution when considering a bumper repair. Many OEMs have different levels of warnings when it comes to repairing bumper covers with ADAS. So, what does Honda/Acura say on the subject?

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Honda/Acura Position Statement: Pre- and Post-Repair System Scanning - UPDATE

Posted on 22 May 2019

Honda /Acura have updated their position statement on pre- and post-repair scanning to give more clarification on what is expected for scanning.

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ADAS, Calibration, And Scanning Article Hotspot

Posted on 14 January 2019

Since advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), scanning, and calibration first started becoming relevant, members of the collision repair industry have required as much knowledge as possible on these subjects. I-CAR’s Repairability Technical Support (RTS) team continues to be on the leading edge of research and education. Our goal is to help communicate information to the industry, and a great way to do this is through Collision Repair News articles.

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Locating ADAS Information: Honda/Acura

Posted on 29 August 2018

As a collision repair technician, there is one part of a service manual that houses all of the information you would ever need…right? This is not the case with modern vehicles. You may be required to look in numerous manuals to find the information required to safely repair the vehicle.

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Repairer Driven News: 2019 Honda Pilot

Posted on 24 August 2018

The new 2019 Honda Pilot is set to arrive this year. A recent article by Repairer Driven News covers many of the new features the collision repair industry will need to know.

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Honda/Acura Keyword Search: Aiming

Posted on 5 June 2018

Honda and Acura use keyword searches to find repair information on the Service Express website. These keywords allow you to efficiently get to the repair information you are researching. With advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), comes the need to aim and calibrate those systems. Honda has made calibrating these systems easier through keyword searches at techinfo.honda.com.

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Honda/Acura Keyword Search: Settings

Posted on 31 May 2018

Honda and Acura use keyword searches to find repair information on the Service Express website. These keywords allow you to efficiently get to the repair information you are researching. There are many options when personalizing a vehicle, but Honda and Acura make it easy with their model-specific “Personalized Settings Worksheet.” This document can be accessed with a subscription to the Service Express website and one keyword.

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Even One Degree Can Cause ADAS Failure

Posted on 27 November 2017

An article by Collision Repair Mag, from October 19, 2017, brings to light an IIHS study that proves that there is no margin for error when it comes to Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Calibration is important, but if the parts that are being used are not manufactured correctly, the ADAS can be affected. Let’s take a look at how ADAS can be affected.

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TPMS Without the Sensor in the Tire

Posted on 16 November 2017

As of 2007 federal law required that vehicles be equipped with a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS). Most vehicles have a TPMS sensor located in tire that senses and reports the pressure of each tire. However, Honda has done away with this system on some of their models. Let’s take a look at this other system and what we need to know about it.

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OEM Linking Pin: Honda ADAS Job Aid Now Available On RTS Portal

Posted on 9 November 2017

Through the I-CAR linking pin activity, the Honda Job Aid: Aiming Driving Support Systems is now available on the RTS site.

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Honda Releases A Job Aid For ADAS

Posted on 2 November 2017

Honda has created a new Job Aid called Aiming Driving Support Systems. Let’s take a look at the types of information and where you will find this document.

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I-CAR 360: Honda Odyssey Video Now Available

Posted on 20 September 2017

The I-CAR Repairability Technical Support (RTS) team recently developed a new I-CAR 360° video on the 2017 Honda Odyssey. The video provides a 360° tour around the Odyssey. Let’s take a look.

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Additional Calibration Requirements: Honda/Acura

Posted on 1 June 2017

The addition of the OEM Calibration Requirements Search to the RTS portal was a big step for the collision industry. While this new feature has been well received, there has been some confusion about what is included in the search tool. OEM Calibration Requirements Search is designed to provide information on the calibration requirements that are needed for vehicles equipped with advance driver assistance systems (ADAS). This includes systems such as adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, and collision braking.

It does not include occupant classification systems (OCS), steering angle sensors, battery disconnects, or other calibrations/initializations required, when not related directly to ADAS. Let’s take a look at what additional items may require calibrations/initializations on Honda/Acura vehicles.

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Battery Disconnect Considerations

Posted on 21 February 2017

When a damaged vehicle enters a collision repair facility, many times the repairs require the battery to be disconnected. Operations such as welding, SRS repairs, engine work, and body panels being open for extended periods of time, can all require that the battery be disconnected. At one time the radio presets would be written down before the battery was disconnected and programmed after the battery was reconnected. However, today many OEMs have special precautions or steps that need to be taken when disconnecting the battery. Let’s take a look at what some OEMs require when disconnecting the battery.

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Honda/Acura Easy Backup Sensor Diagnostics

Posted on 9 September 2016

Backup or parking sensors are being installed on a large number of today’s vehicles. Sensors can become damaged in collisions and it can be difficult to diagnose. However, Honda/Acura has an easier way to let technicians know which sensor may be damaged.

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2016 Honda Civic Advanced Safety Systems

Posted on 23 November 2015

In the 2016 Honda Civic Body Repair News, there are several advanced safety features that may require a calibration at the dealership after repairs.

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