three blinks is the industry standard for a few years now, all of my newer vehicles do that same amount - Jeep, Ford, Honda, etc. I don't know if changing a module would do it but I don't know of any manufacturer that uses anything different than 3 blinks.If there's a module that does this then maybe getting a module from another Honda will do the trick, but it's just not the sort of thing I would od. Might just have to keep it a habit of re-engaging the signal. It sucks but its the easiest way to go about this.
I totally agree! I like the 3 blinks, it's handy. But I am always hitting the stalk, then for one reason or another, wishing I didn't. When this happens, there is NO WAY OUT! Why can't those software weenies just immediately cancel the signal when the stalk has been "clicked", then returned to the off position? Actually, I'd rather have an option to not have any "touch" at all (old school) than the way it is now. Then you could have as many blinks as you want.Its a two way problem. It's more annoying to me when I accidentally hit the stalk and DON'T want the signal on. I think more than 3 blinks and I'd be even more annoyed.