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Old 02-13-2012, 05:57 PM   #1
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02 TL VSA & /!\ Light Issue

This is continue my other posted since it is VSA not TCS light.

The VSA and /!\ stayed on since cleaned the IAVC (idle air valve controller) and engine light reset. The ABS, cruise control and transmission are working properly. Checked all the fuses and reset the CLOCK fuse method but cannot resolve the light issue.

The car has 166K miles on it and the transmission D5 shifter light just went off on the dashboard display but I don't think this will cause the VSA & /!\ light stays....

Does anyone have any clues what could possibly be wrong?
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check all your fuses first.

stop by a brake shop and have them check you abs system for codes.

post the codes and we'll be able to help. most likely one of you wheel sensors went bad if all you have are the vsa light on without the cel.

if you have a cel light on with the p07xx codes then you have a tranny issue.

basically, we'll need more info to point you in the right direction.
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Sorry for not being update. I finally got a chance to brought the car into Honda dealer for a free diagnostic and got a code for 94-1, TCS control valve sensor and the Technician did no think the code is caused by IAVC (idle air valve controller)..

Anyone here have any idea or advice how to clear the light?

Thanks.
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what happens when you turn off the traction control switch?
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It doesn't do anything when I press the VSA switch, the light stays on....

This /!\ and VSA light happened during the IAVC issue which I don't think it leads to TCS failure. I have been driving with lights on for months, both ABS and transmission are working properly.

I really have no clues...
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its been showing those warning lights for months?
you are lowered which can tear wires etc-
ck each wheel speed sensor,,a brake shop will have the special ABS code reader.
visual is not good enough- they go bad inside like a battery cable does--hidden
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I just replaced all four tires this week and no luck on the lights. I'll bring it to a brake shop see if I get any luck. I will keep posted!
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So what was the cause of the VSA light being on?
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did you inadvertantly unplug something? recheck all you connectors in that area
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