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Management and vsa light accelerator not working

Hi i have honda Diesel 2.2 ICTDI 56 plate, while driving suddenly stopped and management and vsa light come on and accelerator wont work at all, had to switch the engine off couples of times then accelerator start working slowly slowly and next day management and vsa light disappear next day, same thing happen after 4 days and now the fuel consumption is very high, with full honda dealer history but 4 months ago had service done from local garage, plz help if anyone had the same problem

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The yellow triangle with an exclamation point is lit up - what does this mean?


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I can’t be much help on this one (too new for my experience), but your manual will say this (which probably isn’t all that helpful either).
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I’d get on the Honda people about the problem, especially since you just got the car. I would think that the alarming sounds you are hearing have to do with the unit working the brakes when it shouldn't be, but that's a guess.
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