There is a triangle with a esclamation mark in it that's lit up always.... I bought new tires and had them rotated and its still there...how can I get rid of that

Asked by Mar 12, 2013 at 02:11 PM about the Honda Accord

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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It means the VSA (vehicle stability assist system) is turned off. The `VSA` switch is turned off and thus if it is in off position the vehicles stability assist function is lost. Turn the switch on and the exclamation mark will disappear.

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Where's the switch??

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2010 accord triangle with exclamation in middle.Also on idle vehicle seem to dragging

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