If you do not have a VSA issue then you can use a diagnostic tool that can reset the ABS system. It's not just a reader but a tool that can also reset systems so it will cost more than the basic reading tool.
I had the same issue when my car was having some body work done. They ran ran my battery down and this triggered several trouble lights. The VSA light was the only one that they couldn't reset and they told me that my VSA/ABS system went bad sitting in their body shop. So unlikely. They had a mechanic look at it and quoted $500-3,000 to repair.
I spent about $225 on the Actron CP9690 Elite AutoScanner. It was worth it as I can use it to diagnose so much more. There are cheaper tools out the there but this was known to do the job so I went with it.
You can also take it to a mechanic and see if they can do it for you which may be much cheaper.
Okay, this is gonna sound stupid, but hear me out..
I am about to get out of the military, and I'll be living at home while I'm going to school. The income I'll have from work and the allowance for housing from my GI Bill will bump my saving nicely, and if I take my drinking habits down, I...
First off, shout out to @tr3flip for coming up with this method. He saved me a load of work.
TL;DR: If you remove the radiator, top half of the intake manifold, and the clutch, you'll have enough room to pull the transmission out through the top. The engine does not need to be supported, the...
Here is a PDF I created with step-by-step to change your 2004-2008 TSX transmission filter.
- Probably the same on second generation TSX, as well.
- Definitely the same as the 2003 - 2005 Honda Accord 4 cylinder engine.
- Will take you 30 minutes, if you take your time...
I have an 04 TSX 5 speed auto with 230,000 mi and it is extremely rough idling, especially in gear with my foot on the brake pedal, and even moreso under load from the AC. I’ve replaced the front vacuum operated motor mount with OEM and the other three with cheap mounts from eBay, I replaced the...