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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
that is your traction control. Either you pressed the traction control button it say ASR OR ESP on your console in the center next to the hazard switch.
Posted on Sep 10, 2008
SOURCE: The hand brake warning light is showing yellow when the handbrake is not on plus the the panel is showing a further warning of an exclamation mark within a triangle within an incomplete circle. What d
It sounds like the DSC fault that I have on my 320ci, apparently I need a new steering angle sensor.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
that is your a.s.r. light. It stands for acceleration slip regulation-the a.s.r. and other modules monitor your throttle position and will deactivate your control of the throttle when any wheel slip is noticed. You can manually shut off system by pressing the a.s.r. button and the yellow triangle will stay illuminated. When the a.s.r. is controlling your throttle the light will flash-this is normal. The earlier versions may just have a button that has a picture os snow chains around a tire un stead of saying a.s.r. on it I hope I have been helpful. If your a.s.r. light is remaining solid this means there is a problem with the system and you should have the car scanned for codes-this light sill actually say a.s.r. it is not the yellow triangle.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Are refer to the Brake System; in RED and YELLOW condition, continue driving cautiously:
More details about this Warning Lights you can find in the 2003 Mini Cooper - Owners Manual (page 16 and next).
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Posted on Jan 08, 2010
Standard Vehicle Stability Assist™ (VSA ®) with Traction Control
and Brake Assist
Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) is an electronic stability control
system that works in conjunction with the Pilot's drive-by-wire throttle
and its 4-channel ABS systems to enhance controllability while the
vehicle is accelerating, braking, cornering or when the driver makes a
sudden maneuver. VSA functions by applying brake force to one or more
wheels independently while also managing the throttle, ignition and fuel
systems to help the vehicle maintain the driver's intended path of
The VSA system constantly analyzes data from seven sensors that monitor wheel and vehicle speed, steering input, lateral G forces and yaw rate. It compares the driver's control inputs with the vehicle's actual response. Whenever the actual response falls outside of a predetermined acceptable range, VSA intervenes with a corrective action.
For instance, if VSA detects an oversteer condition, the system may apply braking force to the outside front and rear wheels to counteract the unintended yawing effect. In the event of understeer, VSA may apply braking to the inside rear wheel while reducing engine power to help return the car to its intended course. VSA also provides a limited-slip differential effect for the front wheels by applying braking force to a slipping wheel, thereby redirecting driving force to the wheel with more traction.
There is a button on the lower left part of the dashboard that says "VSA". Push it and the triangle will dissappear (this should only be turned off if you are using a spare tire that is smaller than the rest of the tires).
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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