Join Date: Nov 2016
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The downside to doing the "old school" way - I've just pulled into a parking spot, car still in drive, foot on brake, and the Pilot goes into "sleep" mode (engine shuts down). If I then press "Park," the engine comes back on, only for me to turn it off with the Start/Stop button. So, doing it "old school," I've introduced another start/stop cycle on the starter & engine, even if only momentarily.
That said, I usually press "Park," then "Start/Stop," out of habit. But I'm considering trying to make a habit of just pressing "Start/Stop" instead, to keep it from starting up for a second (unnecessarily) before I shut it down.
2016 Honda Pilot Touring