If by some chance you happen to be old plenty of to remember the whole Y2K bug scare in which all the computers have been meant to absolutely get rid of it at 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2000 and trigger the environment to appear to a screeching halt (if you are not old enough to recall, don’t stress — it failed to in fact transpire), then you’ll possibly have a laugh at an issue which is plaguing some Honda and Acura proprietors.
The situation, which was described on Thursday by Jalopnik, includes Honda and Acura autos ranging from 2004 to 2012 quickly leaping again 20 many years in time on their in-vehicle clocks and screens. This is luckily extra amusing than truly problematic. In accordance to a response from Honda to a CR-V house owners group, the issue will be self-correcting, which is great — but it will also acquire until eventually August of this yr to auto-reset, which is much less great.
The situation alone possible stems from the way that GPS techniques estimate time. And in accordance to the Jalopnik piece, this has happened ahead of to Honda and Acura proprietors, impacting autos in 2017 and again in 2021, albeit with cars and trucks from diverse model a long time.
If this occurred to your Honda or Acura, allow us know in the remarks!