Thanks for the input. If I go through with it I'll post my experience. Also IMA codes are on the Honda proprietary system and not readable by the OBD2 unfortunately.IMA Error would go away after restart. It only returns if you drive constantly with brake pedal sensor deactivated. If you flip the DIY switch back and forth a couple of times during daily commute, then there's no error. I wasn't able to check the actual OBD2 code yet, will test it as soon as I get the scanner.
It's possible. I sat in autostop for 15 minutes before while eating lunch. If you're only getting 10 or 15 seconds there's definitely an issue.NOTE: My 12v battery died on me last night, I don't even have 2K miles on the odometer yet. Can it be that the engine getting off and on too often may be caused by crappy battery not holding charge?