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How do you turn the tcs light off and why is going on if the front brakes and rototors were already changed for a honda accord 2003 ex 4 door?

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Rotors ,calipers and brake pads ,do not have any sensors, that communicate to the powertrain (computer)

Any type of light on your dash,indicates, that you may have a system failure somewhere ,or need the light reset.
Never assume work you pay for, was done correctly, or that something like your light wasn't missed.

You will have these issues going forward ,at least once a year,with current technology

Remain calm and educate yourself,ask a lot of questions

Posted on Oct 14, 2010

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