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Not sure how many "Geeks" we have here (like me) but here is how to start the Self-Test for the two different RES system in the 2011/2012 Odysseys. Maybe people could post their versions to see if we have the latest software version installed by year. I will do this as soon as mine arrives.

Turn Ignition to ON (II) (Looks like the motor can be running or not)

Ultrawide RES
Make sure the REAR POWER button is OFF before you start
(Perform the following with in 3 secs of starting the first press)
Press REAR POWER button and hold for 1 sec, then press 3 more times but on the third press hold it until your see the Self-Test screen appear.

Ultrawide RES (From remote)
Press the following buttons in this order, do not hold them all in..
SOURCE, then SWAP, then TUNE/SKIP, then SWAP


RES (same as above)
Make sure the REAR POWER button is OFF before you start
(Perform the following with in 3 secs of starting the first press)
Press REAR POWER button and hold for 1 sec, then press 3 times but on the third press hold it until your see the Self-Test screen appear.


RES (From remote)
Press the following buttons in this order, do not hold them all in..
DVD/AUX, then FM/AM, then TUNE/SKIP, then FM/AM

To cancel the Self-Test turn the Ignition switch to LOCK (0).

RES(Ultrawide)
The Diagnosis Screen will show the following:
SYS-M Ver
TFT-M Ver
FPGA Ver
OSD Ver
RAM Check (OK or not)
+B Volt (like 13.5V)
Panel Tilt (Green if CLOSED or OPEN. Also Green if open too much >125degs, or Red if problem with the display)
Temp (Green if OK, Red =ERR if no temp detected of microcomputer error, not sure what unit of measurement this is in as the manual show "320h")

RES
DISPLAY Ver
FONT Ver
RAM CHECK (Green OK, Red is NG, -- Checking)
OPEN/CLOSE SW (Green Open, Red Closed)
OPEN TOO MUCH SW (Green OK, Green NG - Detect if open greater than 125degs)
+B VOLT (like 13.5V) (Green if OK, Red if unable to detect)
TEMP(Green if OK, Red =ERR if no temp detected of microcomputer error, not sure what unit of measurement this is in as the manual show "079h")

Again, I can't try this yet but something to play with if interested...
 
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