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More than likely the resistor for the heater motor is causing the problem it is located behind the heater motor under the dash on the passengers side. If the heater motor is making noises it may be drawing to much and caused the resistor problem.
some markets have a button on the dash with tcs/abs and a dash light saying "tcs off".if your car has not got the button then you cant turn it off(germany yes.uk no)abs/tcs should only be turned off in deep snow,otherwise best left alone,unless you have been taught how to drive with/without.....(on ice you wants the wheels to turn,on snow you want the snow to wedge to slow you down......)see what i mean???
The TCS (Traction Control System) indicator comes on or flashes under the following conditions: When you turn the ignition switch to ON (II). When you manually turn off the TCS. It flashes when the TCS is regulating wheelspin. If the system's diagnostics senses a problem in the TCS, the indicator will come on and stay on. If the brakes overheat, the indicator will come on. If the TCS indicator comes on and stays on for more than 10 minutes while driving, pull to the side of the road when it is safe and turn off the engine. Reset the system by restarting the engine, and watch the TCS indicator. If the indicator remains on, or comes back on while driving, have the system inspected by your Honda dealer. You can still drive the vehicle without TCS. This indicator will come on along with the ABS indicator if there is a problem in the anti-lock brake system. The TCS indicator may occasionally come on for one or two seconds and then go out. This is normal.