Do a full scan with a scantool. You'll be surprised how many codes the computers store.
Or that too. I find using my bluedriver often as it's easier than the foxwell.Get the Foxwell NT-510. It is on sale now for $129. This is a bi-diretional scan tool. Be sure to order it with the Honda software installed. You can later add other vehicles to it for a fee.
I'm also surprised that I don't have a TPMS light on in the cluster too. Won't come on with the key turned on, or even in that gauge/light test mode it wouldn't come on.Most likely the batteries are dead in those sensors. I'm surprised you don't have a "TPMS" light/message on the gauge cluster. The batteries in the sensors are only good for 7-10 years tops. Then you have to replace them.
Are you 100% sure you have a functioning TPMS system? If you let enough air out of a tire do you get a low pressure light? There are two different TPMS lights. One is the low tire pressure light which is a tire with an exclamation point in it. The other says "TPMS" and comes on if there is a problem with the system. I have read where people disable the system and then either disable the "TPMS" light or fill the hole with black silicone, or even just black electrical tape over where the light would be. If someone removed the sensors it would light just the "TPMS" light. The "TPMS" light doesn't come on with the key on for the regular bulb check. You would need a bidirectional scan tool to turn it on.
Anything could be possible... I guess I must have not fully known what I was talking about 11 months ago. Before we bought it, the Ody was in an accident and had been previously repaired... so who knows what could have been done when it was being repaired... probably had things apart and sabotaged the TPMS light.I posted this 11 months ago....I thought you said you had all the lights. If you can't get the "TPMS" light to come on with the scan tool gauge cluster test or self-diagnostic then there is a problem with that light. Now, I'm not so surprised you have a TPMS issue.
Did you buy it this way? Makes me wonder if someone purposely removed the LED for that as they didn't want to replace the sensors.
Nope, I haven't yet done that. Probably should do that and see what happens.Also, in addition to looking for the "TPMS" light, I also suggested letting air out of the tires to see if they triggered a tire pressure low light. Did you not do that either?
Clearing the codes won't fix anything. This is why you have the scantool, now you know exactly was the VSA button doesn't work. When there is a problem with the TPMS system, the VSA can't be turned off.Another update...
I spoke too soon on claiming victory over this issue (figures huh?). After a bit of driving, the VSA OFF button lost its functionality so i performed another scan.
The TPMS codes that came up were 32, 34, and 38, which are Front Right, Front Left, and Rear Left Tire Sensor Transmission Failure codes. This is the culprit as resetting those codes again restored VSA OFF functionality.
Okay, so now that I know the 3 of the 4 TPMS sensors are the issue, where do I go from here? Thanks in advance for any advice you guys can offer.