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1990 honda accord seatbelt red light flashing all seat belts are fasten, why does green s light stay lit

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  • pattonsgirl Mar 01, 2009

    After heavy rains my "s" light came on as well. Sometimes it blinks, and sometimes it just stays on. I would like to know what it means and I'm not sure what "button" the person was talking about that I am supposed to switch on.



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Also you may want to have your tcu (transmission control unit) that is on the passenger floor board check. When my green "s" light came on I checked and replaced everything and no luck and i took the honda to a dependable mechanic and knock on wood so far so good. No light, but he did have to replace the tcu. hope this helps

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Check under seat and see if wire connector has come loose what green light are you talking about if you mean the green "s" light you just hit the switch on the shifter for firmer and higher shifts if its an automatic transmission.

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