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I just got my 2006 honda odyssey touring back from the body shop where the bumper was replaced. Just this AM for the first time in the entire life of the car (and I brougth it brand new), I'm seeing the VSA System Warning on the dashboard display and can't accelerate over 40 MPH. Is it possible that somethign done at the body shop could have caused this to happen? I know that in addition to the bumber that they also had to replace the right distance sensor as well. I'd like to know whether I should start with the body shop or go right to the dealership?

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    philschneide May 11, 2010

    And, If the multi-information display shows a ??CHECK TPMS SYSTEM?? message, the VSA system automatically turns on even if you turn it off with the VSA OFF button.

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    philschneide May 11, 2010

    Are you also getting a Check VSA System message on the multi-display? And you've tried this: If the VSA system indicator comes on while driving, pull to the side of the road when it is safe, and turn off the engine. Reset the system by restarting the engine. If yes to the first, and the second didn't work, Honda says: If the VSA system indicator stays, or comes back on while driving, have the VSA system inspected by your dealer. I would, of course, suspect that there is come connection between the body work and the problem, but maybe the dealership can tell you what that connection is, then you can go to the body shop.



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Take it to advanced the can check that with thier handheld that they plug in but make sure to look at the screen with them

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