How can I turn off my Honda Civic?

I’m having a strange issue with my Honda Civic. Whenever I use the push start/stop button to turn my car off, it enters accessory mode. Am I doing something wrong? How can I turn off my Honda Civic?

I’m sorry to hear that you’re dealing with this issue. Generally, if you press your push start/stop twice, you will enter accessory mode. By pressing it once, you should be able to turn your Honda Civic on and off. If your key is out of range or even low battery, it could be causing your start/stop to act strangely as well.
You could be dealing with a malfunctioning or faulty push start/stop button. In that case, you should contact your dealership and bring your car in immediately. They can assess the situation and fix the problem for you.
If you find yourself on the road with a faulty push start/stop button, ensure you are properly covered and can get the assistance you need with the Jerry app.
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Chloe Jenkins
Answered on Dec 13, 2021
Chloe has a BA in Communication and Media Arts from Montclair State University and more than four years of experience in content writing, editing, and research. Before getting behind the keyboard at Jerry, Chloe was an Assistant Coordinator at her university and a film enthusiast working for the Montclair Film Festival. When she's not writing about car insurance, she spends her time with her pets, playing video games, or enjoying long weekend hikes.

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