What does the Check Engine light mean on an Acura?
Figure 9. Check engine light. The ABS light is an indication something is wrong with your Anti-lock Braking System. In an emergency braking situation, ABS pulses the brakes versus allowing them to completely lock up, this improves vehicle control and reduces the risk of skidding or causing an accident.
What is the OBD code for an Acura check engine?
P1201Cylinder 1 Misfire – Compare possible causes/symptoms for this Acura check engine light code to the Generic OBD II code P0301 P1202Cylinder 2 Misfire – Compare possible causes/symptoms for this Acura check engine light code to the Generic OBD II code P0302
Is there a VSA warning light on my Acura?
VSA warning light. Many Honda/Acura products have an issue with the SRS light illuminated some time after the car passes the 100,000 mile mark on the odometer. This has afflicted Hondas and Acuras since the 90’s. Sometimes, the light just comes on without meaning, and poses no issue to occupants.
Why does my Acura warning light keep going off?
Tap the VSA button again to see if the light goes away. If the light stays on, there may be an issue with the VSA control module, vehicle speed sensors or the ABS controller. A visual inspection to the front suspension near the wheel hub may point out some errant or loose wiring coming from the hubs.
How is a fault detected on an Acura TLX?
When a fault is detected it is stored in Acura Link and sent to Acura, the vehicle owner has the option to request help, schedule service or decline. The following procedure was performed on a 2018 Acura TLX – Other models may be similar.
How to reset / clear fault codes using Acura link?
The procedure below describes how to reset / clear fault codes using Acura Link. Turn the ignition switch to ON (II). Touch OK on the disclaimer screen. Select Diagnostic Info. Select Yes to confirm your choice. Repeat step 6 and 7 for each message you want to delete.
Where is the DTC code on an Acura?
1. Connect SCS service connector special tool No. 07PAZ-0010100, or equivalent, to service check connector located under the passenger’s side of dash. 2. Turn the ignition on. 3. MIL will indicate DTC’s by outputting a number of flashes. Remember, these are manufacturer specific codes only.