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if the problem has not benn repaired the light will return, if the problem has been repaired then the light will shut off after a few days of driving, to turn light off now you will need a scan tool or remove battery cable for 10 min, this way you will loose your radio and clock settings. hope this helps, also autozone parts stores will do this at no charge they will even tell you what the codes are.
they may not have reset your comp so if you have a OBD11 code reader check for codes If not unplug battery for 10mins then re attach this will reset your computer If the light comes back on take it in and bet the codes checked
This indicates a problem with the anti-lock brake system, make sure fluid levels are correct, but it is likely that a sensor at one of the wheels has disconnected, causing the light to go on. If you have driven over road debris, snow, ice, etc. something may have damaged a sensor at one of the wheels. Jack up the car and support it to safely go underneath to inspect all 4 wheels at the back sides for damage.
its on the fire wall yes it will help some i wouldnt expect a drastic change in fuel economy because acura dosent have a replacement schedule for fuel filters like most car companies. id check your air filter and if your check engine light is on it will seriously kill your mpg. hope this helps
This happened to me. You have to call Acura and fax them a copy of your driver's license & the vehicle registration. You then call them back in 24 hours and they will release the code for your radio. It's a bit of a hassle, but at least you'll know the code!
1.bend a paperclip into a u shape. 2.disconnect the yellow plug in your fuse box under the steering wheel and insert the paperclip into the plug that is now hanging there to complete the circuit.3.turn the ignition on and the srs light will stay on for 6 seconds, then turn off.disconnect the paperclip within 4 seconds after that and the light will come back on.4. reconnect the paperclip within 4 seconds and the srs light will turn off again.5.within another 4 seconds of it going off, disconnect the paperclip and the light will blink letting you know that you have completed all the steps right. you can also use some speaker wire