2001 Honda Odyssey Owners Manual. 2001 Honda Odyssey Owners Manual. 2001 Odyssey Online Reference Owner’s Manual Use these links (and links throughout this manual) to navigate through this reference. For a printed owner’s manual, click on authorized manuals. Your Honda Odyssey is equipped with seat belts and other features that work together to protect you and your passenger during a crash. Seat belts are the most important part of your occupant protection system. When worn properly, seat belts can reduce the chance of serious injury or death in a crash. Your vehicle’s seats are designed to keep you in a comfortable, upright position so you can take full advantage of the protection offered by seat belts and the energy absorbing materials in the seats.
How you adjust your seats and seat backs can also affect your safety. For example, sitting too close to the steering wheel or dashboard increases the risk of you or your passenger being injured by striking the inside of the vehicle, or by an inflating airbag.For added protection during a severe frontal collision, your Odyssey has a Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) with airbags for the driver and a front seat passenger. Two indicator lights are also part of your safety system. One reminds you to make sure you and your passengers wear seat belts. The other alerts you to a possible problem with your supplemental restraint system (see page 16 ). The seats, head restraints, and door locks also play a role in occupant safety. For example, reclining the seat-back can decrease the effectiveness of your seat belt. Head restraints can help protect your neck and head, especially during rear-end impacts. Door locks help keep your doors from being accidentally opened during a crash.
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