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Old 28 Dec 2010, 02:04 pm
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Default VSA Warning Light, Loss of Traction while Driving

I had a 2008 Honda Accord that's been experiencing a slight problem lately.

Sometimes, more frequently on wet roads, I will come from a full stop or try to make a turn and I will lose control for a slight second and the little Triangle warning light will come on then go off when I get control back.

It happens quite frequently in the rain and less on dry roads. Is this a problem? I understand that VSA is trying to regain traction, but should it be happening as often as it does?

Is having VSA on even necessary for the conditions in Texas?

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