Hi All Just wanted to share a VSA/ABS light illumination that occurred last weekend. After owning the Accord for 2 years the dreaded VSA and ABS light illuminated together the other day including the message on the dash to check ABS and VSA system. It occurred after helping my brother move out and carried a lot of his stuff to transport to his new house. On the way there the VSA and ABS light illuminated for the first time. Once we arrived we unloaded the car and rested for a few hours, and then we drove back. Both the VSA and ABS light went out as normal upon engine start up. The next day I drove to work, a few minutes down the road the VSA and ABS light illuminated once again. Then on the commute home the VSA and ABS light went out as normal after a few minutes up the road. Since this day it hasn’t come on since. My thinking was that the car didn’t like the all the extra weight of the stuff we hauled and perhaps it was uneven with more weight on one side of the car perhaps. I have read several threads that the ABS modulator on the diesel model can be troublesome as they are made by Bosch. My modulator’s part number is: 57110-SEF-E610-M1 which is listed as an early version and part of the suspected faulty batch. From what I gather it could be one of two things. Either an ABS sensor or the VSA/ABS modulator pump. First thing is first, although the warning lights are no longer illuminated. I should ideally get the any fault codes read. I have a Foxwell NT630 ABS/SRS specific code reader which I bought relatively cheap last year on ebay. Registered and armed with the latest updates I gave this a go. With this device connected I specifically scanned the ABS/VSA system which it was happy to do. The ABS/VSA system located Once located I selected to read the codes ABS/VSA related codes The car has currently no MIL’s illuminated so the ones it has found may be old ones which have been stored. This is the first time I have scanned the car with a reader. Nothing there with regards to the 66-1 modulator fault or any indication of any ABS sensor fault. I decided to clear all the faults, the system told me to turn the car off and then on. Once this was done the procedure was complete. All fault codes erased. With this being the first time using this bit of kit I also scanned the OBDII system and it detected the VIN and ECU serial numbers etc. Also a few other details below. Once complete, I turned the car off and on again and ran a scan on the ABS/VSA system. Test was pass with no codes found. System Status So far so good, will keep an eye on it and see if any other errors re-appear Thanks All.