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VSA and Triangle light on

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Originally Posted by Billman250 View Post
-ABS light: there is a fault code in the abs, scan it (abs is currently inoperable)
-VSA light: on by abs default (vsa is currently disabled)
-triangle light: on by vsa default (traction control is disabled)

Let me save you all a lot of headaches, do not let the car sit for long periods with the battery connected. If it goes dead, it will set codes and can even damage certain electrical components of the car.

Disconnect the battery during winter storage, or use a tender.

Looks like this is what happened to me. I didn't drive the car for a few months and the battery died. Replaced the battery and soon after the VSA and Triangle light came on.

I got it scanned (with a Snap On Diagnostic tool) today and the codes that came up were 66 and 84. One of them is the brake pressure sensor. The mechanic tried to clear the codes a few times but it won't clear. He told me the brake pressure sensor needs to be replaced but it's inside the VSA modulator which is over $1600. I'm bringing it back to him tomorrow so he can try a few more things.

Any other help will be appreciated.

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