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Old 20 Mar 2012, 06:46 pm
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Default Question about a 2006 Honda CRV?

What does it mean when the VSA light keeps coming on? And is it an expensive fix? When that light comes on it runs like crap. It will not go off when the car is shut off and i press the button. Then the car will run for a while then the light will come back on.
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Old 20 Mar 2012, 07:01 pm
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Have the vehicle checked out at a reputable shop. The VSA by itself should not cause the vehicle to run like crap. Many times, the VSA will come on if there is another system malfunctioning. Should not be too expensive to have the vehicle diagnosed.
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