Well everybody , got my touring back from the dealership service dept after nine days . Factory engineers finally found the problem. It was Brake boost pressure sensor., volts, replace pcm an recode it. Also replace harnesses line #3 an #4. Whatever that means . Not happy with Honda factory .???. No problem with dealership .Let us know what they find. Mine is not working either and I'm at a loss ....
If its cold and you have the heater (climate control) on, I think that will knock out Auto Idle Stop.Mine has activated two or three times shortly after purchase, but not in the last week. Waiting for the weather to warm up before making assumptions as I suspect it is because I've been making shorter trips and the below freezing temps overnight hasn't allowed the battery to keep topped up.
There are so many conditions/variables that impact when it might or might not activate, I've given up trying to predict it . I've discovered it doesn't bother me as much as I thought it would, so I just leave it on.The few times it came on was when the heat was on, so I didn't figure that was the only condition.
Thanks for the post. I also found that the Passport AIS on my car does not work if the climate control is set to LO. When I set the temp to 58, it started to work again. Honda should investigate this possible connection.Update: Was driving today. I shut off the climate control system completely because its a nice day and wouldn't you know, the Auto Idle Stop started working again. I can't say for sure if this "fixed" the issue but its back to working …. Go figure.
The owners manual literally states having the climate control set to HI or LO as one of the reasons it will definitely not work. Investigation complete.Thanks for the post. I also found that the Passport AIS on my car does not work if the climate control is set to LO. When I set the temp to 58, it started to work again. Honda should investigate this possible connection.