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Discussion in 'Mechanical Problems & Technical Chat' started by Jonathan Arroyo, May 21, 2019.

  1. Jonathan Arroyo

    Jonathan Arroyo New Member

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    So I put coilovers not so long ago and recently I got wheels too but my lights came on like the Traction control, hill start assist, ABS, Power steering system, and the TPMS it happen before I got the rims I was driving and hit a small pot whole and then all the light came on now to turn my car off I got to press the red button 2 times can anyone tell me what it can be?
     

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    A number of people have had this when their battery was failing. Take it to a shop like autozone and they can run a test on it for free. That’s be the first thing I’d do.
     
  3. Jonathan Arroyo

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    I was looking at videos and its saying it might be my abs speed sensor
     
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    it can be, as it is tied to the traction control and other items on the civic. The battery test could at least rule out that as a cause, and that is a free test. If you know it's not that, then I would look into the abs sensors.
     
  5. Gohar Saeed

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    hi, i am also getting codes of ESP, VSA and TPMS.
    I doubt have tire sensors so TPMS is expected but VSA and ESP is irritating me. anyone help me with this?

    having this code;
    86-13 F-CAN communication with
    PCM(A/T) malfunction
     

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    I don't have*
     
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    have your battery checked at a place like auto zone for free
     
  8. Gohar Saeed

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    yes, battery is fine
     
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    Do you have any modifications to your car, or is it 100% stock
     
  10. Gohar Saeed

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    everything is stock, didn't do any modification.
     
  11. Gohar Saeed

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    i am out of warranty so don't want to spill money by going to dealer
     
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    Is your tnps sensors working? I would guess maybe a faulty sensor is to blame.
     
  13. Gohar Saeed

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    don't have tpms sensors in tires
     
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    Perhaps the lack of tpms is setting off the other lights too. You can add the tpms sensors to your current wheels and see if that fixs everything- those other light's might be linked to the tpms sensors. I have seen cheap tpms on ebay.:paper:
     
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    people who were 100% stock and really didn't have battery issues had bad yaw sensors in their vsa unit with dash lights like yours.
     
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    Go back in time, you put after market wheels on without tnps sensor's that when you had problems. I would strongly suggest the tnps sensor not working is connected to the other lights. I don't know for sure. But the turn off traction control does not work when tnps isn't working, so there is a link there 100%.:box:
     
  17. Gohar Saeed

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    i am also thinking about issue with yaw sensor.
    would you please tell me if yaw sensor is located in vsa unit itself or inside cabin or around center console?

    but there isn't any code related to yaw sensor.
     
  18. Gohar Saeed

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    yes you are right, if you don't have tpms sensors then you can't disable VSA, it will remain active.

    but the strange thing is that ESP (power steering)
     
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    Just replace the tnps sensors then see what happens. Ebay ones are cheap!
     
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    ^ He wrote “in” the vsa unit
     

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