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I followed this video and cleaned the throttle body air intake in my 07 Odyssey. I also disconnected and reconnected the battery and followed an idle reset procedure (but I don’t have a two-way OBD II).

When I was done both the Check Engine light and VSA warning light are on now. I understand the Check Engine light is probably from the reset? But why the VSA light? Any idea how to fix that?

My Hum reports a code P0102.

Car seems to idle and drive fine after following idle reset tips.
 

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The sensor on top of the air filter area, did you connected it properly? Forgot it is MAP or MAF.

Also any other vacuum lines or connectors are loose?
 

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I don’t think anything is loose but I will take another look. Do you know which one specifically is linked to VSA?
I thought VSA was related to tires and stability.
 

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Mine did the same thing, just driving it cleared it up

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no kidding — the VSA light too? Thanks!
Yeah, it was the only light on the dash. It gets triggered because the throttle body is part of the VSA system because that's how the ECU modulates the traction control. When you unplug it to clean the TB, it freaks out

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