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How to change/replace traction control sensor on 2003 Honda

Customer Question

how to change/replace traction control sensor on 2003 Honda Accord Ex
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Honda
Expert:  Honda-Man replied 1 year ago.

Welcome to JustAnswer.

V6 or 4cyl?

Which sensor exactly are you wanting to replace? Wheel speed sensor?

Thanks, Honda-Man

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Sorry, V6
Expert:  Honda-Man replied 1 year ago.

Which sensor? Do you have a code problem you are trying to fix?

Expert:  Honda-Man replied 1 year ago.

Getting late I will check back in the AM.

Which sensor? Do you have a code problem you are trying to fix?

Thank you, Honda-Man

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
TCS light sensor
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
TCS light sensor
Expert:  Honda-Man replied 1 year ago.

Your request for replacement instructions needs to be specific not just "TCS light sensor" There are many sensors in the TCS/ABS system.

The TCS light can come on for a variety of reasons. If the TCS light is coming on it might be because the traction control is working because of slippery road conditions. If it's staying on all of the time that means there is a problem with the TCS system. When this happens there will be a specific code called a diagnostic trouble code. It is stored in the TCS/ABS control unit memory. Most auto parts stores will get the code information for you free of charge. With this code I can tell you which sensor needs to be replaced.

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Thanks again! ~Honda-Man