How do you turn on VSA in a Honda Accord?

I’m taking a trip up to the mountains so I can go skiing. I have all the safe-driving equipment I need, but I’d also like to use Honda’s stability system to make sure I’m in control. What steps should I take to turn on VSA in a Honda Accord?

Honda’s dedication to safety is the Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA) system, which automatically turns on when you start the engine in your Honda Accord.
In short, VSA increases traction and helps your car make sharp turns. This can be helpful in dangerous driving conditions like rain, snow, or even ice. While it’s typically best to keep VSA on, you may want to turn it off when your car is stuck in mud or snow.
Follow these steps to turn off the VSA system:
  • Locate the VSA button on your control panel.
  • Hold down the button until you hear a beep.
  • An indicator light on your dashboard should confirm that the system is off.
  • To turn it back on, either hold the button again or turn your engine off then on.
Hopefully, you now have a better idea of how to use VSA in your Honda Accord!
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Joshua Levy
Answered on Dec 21, 2021

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