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Old 19 Mar 2012, 07:39 pm
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Default 2006 HONDA VSA MODULE

06 CRV
No warranty
80k
VSA MODULE IS GONE!

I hear that Honda Canada has had so many issues with this, they are offering
to repair this for owners even w/o warranty?

Anyone?


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Old 19 Mar 2012, 08:38 pm
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Default Re: 2006 HONDA VSA MODULE

"Ed" <maximamaximus00@gmail.com> wrote in
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> 06 CRV
> No warranty
> 80k
> VSA MODULE IS GONE!




"Gone"? How do you know this?




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Old 20 Mar 2012, 03:50 pm
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Default Re: 2006 HONDA VSA MODULE

A Shop Foreman at honda dealership.
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>> 06 CRV
>> No warranty
>> 80k
>> VSA MODULE IS GONE!

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Old 20 Mar 2012, 03:51 pm
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Default Re: 2006 HONDA VSA MODULE

not to mention it is a common problem and really there ain't much else it
could be to be honest with the brake light, abs and vsa light on. Come on
tegger you know the difference in that
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>> 06 CRV
>> No warranty
>> 80k
>> VSA MODULE IS GONE!

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Old 21 Mar 2012, 08:35 am
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"Ed" <maximamaximus00@gmail.com> wrote in
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> not to mention it is a common problem and really there ain't much else
> it could be to be honest with the brake light, abs and vsa light on.
> Come on tegger you know the difference in that




Then the problem appears to have been diagnosed already. Why are you
posting in here?

If this is a"common problem", then there will be a TSB out on the issue.
Did your Honda guy check for that? Also, did he follow the diagnostics
procedures as available in the HDS?

Honda often allows for "goodwill" warranty repairs. These are situations
where Honda will cover some or all of the costs of fixing a problem even
through the car is out of warranty. Typically, either they cover the whole
shot, or you pay labor and they pay the parts.

If you show more diplomacy than you do in here, you may be able to have the
dealership try and get a "goodwill" fix from Honda. Remember that the
dealership is not "Honda". The dealership will contact Honda on your
behalf.


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