Discussion in '8th Generation (2008-2015) [Acura TSX]' started by Rick05, Monday 4th Feb, 2013.
I found a new massage on dashboard this morning , anyone could tell what it means ?
Thats the SvRS system telling you that you need a service in 260 days time.
Have a look at your handbook, it gives you a list of all the differing symbols relating to service requirements based on your driving style
Yup that is correct just search for SvRS on the forum you will find the definitive guide to variable servicing. if you get stuck just ask.
Probably I should get one (handbook).
Acura TSX manual online here:
American version of the Accord Euro.
don't you have a Eu spec owners manual?
As long as you don't follow it blindly there are variations between our cars and the TSX. but its free and handy.
I was just gonna say - the two TSXs I drove in the USA didnt have SvRS systems. So not sure if its not activated/available or is just a feature for Accords over here.
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Well had a chance to look at it over lunch time - just couple days ago it was showing miles till servicing . Well its good to know no money will spend anytime soon \o/ .
The SvRS system will chop/change between miles and days depending on your driving style.
Mine had its first service today at 11,700 miles (11 months old).
The SvRS went from telling me it needed a service in 800 miles (spanner and car symbol) to needing one NOW (spanner only) after one trip of 200 miles...mind you, that trip was up and down the M1...
If its any consolation, mine was very similar after I first had the car - a long jaunt to Scotland from Heathrow was the cause!
Well that's a relief. Got my Accord serviced for the first time and afterwards I checked when the next service is due and almost had a heart attack when it said 360. Of course I assumed it meant kilometers, as my BMW I had before displayed it haha. Phew.
That 360 is days
Funny thing was that my local garage thought that it was km's too and he was going crazy trying to reset the 360 to a bigger number haha. Maybe I'll use a Honda dealer the next time!
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