Honda CR-V owners have reported 9 problems related to vsa warning light on (under the electronic stability control category).
Abs and vsa lights came on. Took the vehicle to dealer and was told the abs modulator needed replacing. My cost would be $2450. 00. Since this component controls brakes and stability it seems to me to be a safety issue and therefore subject to a recall.
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Vehicle stability or vsa sight and abs light came on at the same time. Honda dealer advised me that the repair would cost me $2337 dollars to repair. I would think that a recall would be in order for this safety related and stability related problem!.
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The vehicle stability assistance light wont come on.
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Twice in a day and while driving in the rain for the first time, four malfunction lights appeared in the dashboard and stayed on. They were the awd, abs, vsa and eps amber lights. I took pictures of the display in the dashboard. The next day the display had cleared and I took the vehicle to the dealer. I showed one of the pictures to the service advisor. After 2. 5 hours I was told that they could not duplicate the trouble and that the trouble was possibly caused by slippage in recent weather. This is unsettling as it makes me wonder if I will continue to have this problem on rainy days.
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The vsa and exclamation light came on one day right when I started the car and has never turned off. My mileage was approximately 44,000 miles. Took it to the Honda dealer and confirmed the abs module needs to be replaced. Part+labor = $2400+ (excluding tax). Called u. S. Honda manufacturer and they will pay 25% for the part. That still is expensive. I'm reading off on the web that countries in the uk and canada, that Honda has paid the part in full. Here in the u. S. They don't recognize this as a defect. This part is a huge safety issue. A local mechanic says I should not drive this where it snows. If there's sand, the car will be stuck. Another mechanic said there could be a short. Honda manufacturer never advised me of this or if it's safe to drive or should be replaced right away. Coming from family who buys mostly Honda's, I will not buy another Honda again. I was looking at a odyssey, but saw it had a huge vsa issue as well. Sometimes I wonder if it was an electrical issue because a few times the cruise control light turns on once the car is turned on. Have never used cruise control. Never driven in bad weather and avoid heavy rain. Driven only few times per week and carefully in mostly local short distances.
The anti-lock brake system (abs) vehicle stability assist (vsa) warning lights suddenly came on. I immediately took the vehicle to the Honda dealer (grappone Honda, bow, nh) who inspected the vehicle and they indicated that the abs modulator control unit had a defective internal valve and failed. The dealer indicated that the car abs system was no longer operational, and this also disabled the vsa (vehicle stability) system, thus making the Honda Cr-v more susceptible to roll-overs. The dealer indicated that new hampshire department of safety is currently contemplating requiring abs system operation to pass annual safety inspections, but that the Honda Cr-v could currently be driven without an operational abs braking system. The Honda dealer indicated it would cost $2,050. 00 to repair the abs modulator control unit and that it would take days to order the part and further additional days to schedule repair once the part was at the dealer. I reviewed safercar. Gov information and discovered that this Honda abs/vsa system problem has occurred on other Honda Cr-vs. An assessment of available internet information indicated approximately 55 cases of Honda abs modulator control unit failures. Since abs (and vsa) is so central to safe car operation, I ask that the national highway traffic safety administration act to address this recurrent Honda Cr-v braking system abs modulator internal defect. This is particularly important in light of the abs/vsa system's impact on Honda Cr-v braking and stability safety. [xxx] information redacted pursuant to the freedom of information act (foia), 5 u. S. C. 552(b)(6).
I purchased a 2007 Honda crv in sept 2011 and recently the car failed and began to lose power randomly. A few days ago the engine light came on and the vsa light as well. When you hit 20 mph 40 mph etc the vehicle stalls and jerks. I attempted to fix the problem looking at the owners manual but I couldn't find or do anything on my own to fix it. I took it to the Honda dealer in orlando where I purchased it from and they want to charge me just to check it. I feel this is a safety issue. I've also noticed many postings about this malfuction on different web sites. It sounds to me as a recall and a manufactures responsibility.
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I am the original owner of the well maintained vehicle, a 2005 Honda crv with 56,781 miles currently, and no longer covered by any warranty. At @ 55,500 miles,the car had the abs and vsa lights come on spontaneously on the dashboard display which indicated that they were not functional. They would not turn off. The car was taken to its regular service dealership, economy Honda in chattanooga,TN and the problem was diagnosed (free of charge) as a failure of the abs/vsa modulator (computer). Cost to repair was @ $2,400. 00 (@ $1800 for the part, balance labor). They said it was o. K. To drive but it had no anti-lock brakes or vsa. Because this was a safety issue, an unusual occurrence and very expensive to repair, I contacted the district Honda customer service (case # n012011-03-1501146) and explained the problem. They were most helpful and courteous. They recorded the complaint and after 3 days Honda called and agreed to share 50% of the cost to repair. The crv was repaired on March 29,2011 at the same dealership with my cost share of $1206. 79. In my internet search on the problem, I found at least 55 instances (USA, CA, and eu) of the same abs/vsa problem and cost to repair on one blog I found. All vehicles were 2005 and 2006 Honda crvs.
Involving a 2008 Honda crv, new; purchased in texas/reg. In texas. 8/19/09 driving at approximately 30 miles per hour the vsa light and symbol came on, I felt the brakes or tires grabbing while trying to accelerate; immediately went to the Honda dealer. They checked the vehicle while I waited, "cause: m99, codes p0102, p0141 p0340, cleared light and test drove. 9/14/09,one month later the lights came on again as I was entering the highway; the tires or brakes grabbed again resulting in my having to pull off to allow the highway traffic to pass until it was safe to enter the highway slowly. I went to the dealer the next morning 9/15/09. "cause: f, m99 see notes 16 w93, 9814 had same codes as before; performed available software update and test drove. If codes come back again will need new ecu. " that evening, started the car up to go to work, the lights came on, vsa, vsa symbol and engine light; I called the dealer and they said they would order the ecu. When I came out from work and started the car the same lights were on plus the battery light. On 9/16/09 I went to the dealer, "cause: e m99 replaced ecu and test drove 16 w93, 1 913931 ecu. Codes p0141, p0340, p16bc, 83-1. I was assured not guaranteed, it was taken care of. 9/21/09 after a stop light, starting to accelerate, at approximately 20 miles an hour making a left turn the lights returned and stayed on until I reached home. I called to speak with the service representative, he was not available. On 9/22/09 when I started the car the lights came back on, I took the car to the dealer. It is being kept overnight so that they can have a full day to work on it.
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|Electronic Stability Control problems||
|Vsa Warning Light On problems||