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Re: 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
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Did you mean "triangle"?
Some vehicles use a triangle as the indicator for the emergency flashers.
If you are referring to a switch, give it a try and see what happens.
You're not likely to hurt anything (unless it is the passenger seat ejector button on a spy vehicle).
On your particular vehicle, this symbol means low traction. Your vehicle is automatically adjusting power output to compensate for low traction. If the road conditions are not significant enough for this low traction to be a reality, then your wheel spin sensor would likely be faulty.
some markets have a button on the dash with tcs/abs and a dash light saying "tcs off".if your car has not got the button then you cant turn it off(germany yes.uk no)abs/tcs should only be turned off in deep snow,otherwise best left alone,unless you have been taught how to drive with/without.....(on ice you wants the wheels to turn,on snow you want the snow to wedge to slow you down......)see what i mean???