I Drive my TSX for a while and this rarely happens but it has happened to me about 4 times in the past year.
Once I was doing about 110 and all of a sudden the Traction Control Light Came on.
Another couple of times I was driving for about 2 hours and the light just came on.
When I stop the car and shut it off and start it up right after the light goes away.
The car still drives perfect without any problems just wondering what it could be.
The car had 72k on it and is in mint condition and always goes to Acura for all of my maintenance. Still have the Bumper to Bumper warranty till 2012 or 100k.
Any advise or tips would be apprecaited.
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If the TCS light turns on, then I think that a code gets set. The Acura dealership should be able to use their scanner to figure out what caused the code. Call and ask the service manager before you take it to. I would check the level of your brake fluid in the master cylinder too.
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Could be something as simple as a switch. We get that on occasion at my dealership. Turning the car off and back on turns the light off. I think I usually bill out a stop switch to RO's with that problem, but I'd have to go back and check.
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