Question about 2002 Honda Odyssey
Our traction control somehow got stuck in the on position and became a huge irritation. so my husband took the panel off where the tcs button is located to get it unstuck. during this process he managed to blow a fuse or something and my panel instruments, windows, and power locks don't work. it also won't go in drive, but there is a botton on the steering column that we push down with a pair of scissors and we can put it in drive. we have checked all the fuses, and they are all good. what else could we check?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Electronic brake control module (EBCM)
Powertrain control module (PCM)
Instrument cluster (IPC)
Instrument panel integration module (IPM)
If it communicated with all the modules , then I would check for DTC's - diagnostic trouble codes ! If there was a code I would go to the diagnostics for that code .If there were no codes I would go to the symptom:s list an in your case it is TRACTION CONTROL Indicator Always On
The instrument cluster controls the operation of the TRACTION CONTROL indicator. The EBCM reports the desired status of the TRACTION CONTROL indicator via class 2 serial data messages.
When you first turn the key on , without starting the vehicle Does the TRACTION CONTROL indicator illuminate during the bulb check and then turn OFF after a few seconds ? IF there are no DTC"S stored this could be a wiring problem or the instrument cluster or Electronic Brake Control Module ! Or you can try a reset by disconnecting the battery cables from the battery ! negative first then positive an touch the cable ends together for a minute , then hook them back-up ! positive first then negative ! Heard of this from others on the internet ! But if there is a real problem the light will come back on !
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