This is one of those things that can easily be the biggest thing you can do for your car. One day I will be driving to work and I will have a few seconds to figure out how to turn off the gas before I leave my car. I will then look at the dash, and how I have to choose between fuel (which is on the left side) and gas (which is on the right) before I move off.
With a fuel lever that is on the left hand side instead of the right, you are always going to have more fuel left over after you start the car. But a fuel lever that is on the right would be easier for you to use if you need it. It’s easier on the driver as well as the passenger.
A fuel lever on the right also helps you to read a fuel gauge, which is handy if you’ve got a vehicle that is prone to mechanical problems. And a fuel lever on the left could be handy if you are in a car with a manual transmission.
It may seem like this is a minor gripe, but I’m always wary of minor things when it comes to cars. I’m not saying that you should never make a minor change to improve your vehicle, but we do have to consider how we can make it easier to use.
So this is where the rubber meets the road. The car’s ability to read and write fuel and oil levels is a major selling point. When you see the fuel lever, you are meant to look at the other two levers, and you should feel the same way when you put one of the wheels in the gas or the clutch. But it only takes a few seconds to switch between the two, so it is a quick fix that can be done quickly.
The problem is that the fuel lever is located on the right side of the dashboard, not on the left. And the fuel lever is usually located on the driver-side door, not on the passenger-side door. Also Honda needs to update the fuel lever and make it easier to slide it into place. The other two levers are located in the center console.
Because the gas cap is on the right side of the dashboard, and the clutch is on the left side, the fuel cap is located on the left side of the dashboard. In the video, it’s the gas cap and the clutch that’s hidden behind the dashboard.
I guess Honda needs to make the fuel lever easier to find. The one on the right is also hidden behind the dashboard.
If you could get to the left and push the right clutch lever to the left, you’d find it in the middle of the floor. The left side of the dash is the center console. It looks like it’s there a little bit differently than the center console. I’d also have to see if this is what you’re looking for.
Honda seems to have a similar problem on its new Civic. It uses a dashboard in the center console and in the right side of the car. This dashboard is a lot easier to find and get to than the current one. A lot of car manufacturers have to tweak the dash to make it more accessible.