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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 honda accord
It's for the 'vehicle stability assist' system.(aka electronic stability control) This lights up if you have turned the vsa system off. If it flashes, it means the system is on and operating to help control the stability of your car (making adjustments in engine and braking). If it comes on w/ VSA indicator light at the same time, it indicates you have a problem w/ the system. Sorry u didn't get the manual, it's amazing how many people throw them out! countrycurt0
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
It may be as simple as your oil condition or oil level. If you have poor oil in your engine the VTEC system will not operate properly and when RPMs reach 2800 or so it will buck. If everything checks okay with the oil have the code checked for your check engine light/VSA light.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
You are talking about the VSA activation indicator (triangle with exclamation point in the middle):
This indicator has three functions:
It comes on as a reminder that you have turned off the vehicle stability assist (VSA) system.
It flashes when VSA is active.
It comes on along with the VSA system indicator (the rectangle with VSA in it) if there is a problem with the VSA system.
This indicator normally comes on for a few seconds when you turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position, and when the ignition switch is turned to the START (III) position.
Hope this helps you understand the problem.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
The vsa and check engine light cam on because
their is a fault in the system that needs to be looked at.To be on the
safe side i would check the oil and transmission fluid .
Try doing a reset. Disconnect battery for a minute, this will clear the code ( light ). If the light comes back then take it auto zone or dealer to have the code read.
You can have the codes read for free at your local parts store like auto zone.
Have them scan it and let me know what the codes are.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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