I realise this is probably the most basic of basic questions but I can't work out how to switch from the SETUP tab to the OTHER tab on my Euro Accord. Also, should I use 95 or 98 octane?

Asked by Sep 17, 2013 at 07:49 PM about the 2013 Honda Accord

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you must read the manual for specific instructions as all cars are program specific ,the accord is made to run on low cost fuel for economy and any high octane is just a waste of money, now that doesn't apply to oil though!

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