Well I would like to continue and get an answer as I have paid. No I have not yet found the answer, whilst waiting I took it to my local garage and asked him to check the alternator. He had a box of tricks but it showed no errors. Interestingly the car now shows a different warning VSA Vehicle stability assist and the vsa activation indicator, this must be as a result of the garage bloke plugging into the system. There is a switch on the dash to switch VSA off, pressing it makes no difference. Previous lights were the ACC/LKAS Indicator (described in prev note). Also Message indicator light is on all the time. Since the VSA light came on, I have not seen the ACC/LKAS warning light, but it normally came on after driving a few miles and I have not been far today.
no and no
not sure if you got the scan I sent so will send it again
My local garage does not have any of the kit that will provide any codes. Only place I know is the Honda garage. They are unhelpful to the extreme as well as hugely expensive. It is not possible to ask a technician something as you can only talk to this bloody woman on the desk. I am talking to you so as to avoid woman and charges.
Ok if it was an ABS sensor would it also have caused a problem with the ACC/LKAS - it seems unlikely. That was the warning that was on until recently. Also if the VSA light is on why does it disable the whole thing?
ok will look into that. Is it easy to test the sensor?
I had not mentioned it before as I thought it not relevant, but I had a slow puncture for some time. Pressure would go down from 30 to 24 over some weeks. I just kept topping it up. This was happening long before the warning lights. Last week the tyre started deflating much quicker, I then had it fixed. The VSA light has not gone off though. Do you think these are related? if it was caused by the tyre why did the light not go off when the tyre was inflated to the correct pressure.
sorry about the delay, been away
problem proved to be wheel alignment, so you were pretty well there.