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Maybe it's just a glitch. Or maybe the problem will return.

Take your car to the dealer immediately if the problem happens again.

Are you sure you didn't have ice? It could have melted off by the time you looked.
 

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I have a problem with my 2018 accord all of the acc lights come on anyone know how to fix it
hey there, I know exactly why you're getting that message! On my 2018 Accord Sport 2.0T, when I'm driving to work on the Turnpike, and i have Lane Keep Assistant and Adaptive Cruise Control on plus there's a loot of speed changes between you and the car in front of you, sometimes, the system will fail. There's a Honda error blog regarding this and it says that if you VIN # falls into a special list form Honda, then your local Honda dealership is able to upgrade your s/w. The ONLY reason I know about this is because I read this blog, then told my local dealership about this, however, apparently my VIN # DOESN'T fall under the criteria for a system update....:mad:I hope this helps you out a little bit...
 

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Do you have a link to this blog that shows the VIN range? I haven't been able to find it.... Thanks!
Yeah, unfortunately i don't have a link to that honda blog with the error messages on it. It was about 5-6 months ago though that I found it. Try searching for it on the driveaccord.net forums. That's where I initially found it for myself though..I'm sorry about that though.
 

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Yeah, unfortunately i don't have a link to that honda blog with the error messages on it. It was about 5-6 months ago though that I found it. Try searching for it on the driveaccord.net forums. That's where I initially found it for myself though..I'm sorry about that though.
Yeah, unfortunately i don't have a link to that honda blog with the error messages on it. It was about 5-6 months ago though that I found it. Try searching for it on the driveaccord.net forums. That's where I initially found it for myself though..I'm sorry about that though.
Ah Haha - found it in the actual TSB.... I'll have to put it in a new post so it can be pinned in the forum.
 

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I have a problem with my 2018 accord all of the acc lights come on anyone know how to fix it
I had an identical issue happen in my 2020 Accord Touring 2.0 while traveling 65 mph down the highway. I took it to the dealer and they found some road damage to the front-right wheel and suspension, but there was no impact (e.g. road debris or pothole) when the issue occurred on the highway. The shop said that the computer probably freaked out due to the sensors' calibrations being out of spec. Anyway... long story short... the damage to the suspension was repaired and the ECU was reset. The problem hasn't returned yet.

However, I just saw this news release a few minutes ago regarding a MASSIVE safety recall by Honda... 1.4M cars, and our Accords are probably affected!

Honda recalls more than 1.4 million cars in U.S.

The plot thickens...
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However, I just saw this news release a few minutes ago regarding a MASSIVE safety recall by Honda... 1.4M cars, and our Accords are probably affected!

Honda recalls more than 1.4 million cars in U.S.
Just read in another article how it relates to Accord's...

"Honda is also recalling about 735,000 U.S. 2018-2020 Accord, Accord Hybrid and 2019-2020 Insight vehicles to update the Body Control Module software. A programming flaw could disrupt communication causing illumination of several warning lights and malfunction of electronic components, it said, including "the rear view camera display, turn signals and windshield wipers."
 

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I had my appointment today at my dealer. They knew about the recall and got it done. Attached is the part from my paperwork about the recall.

My service rep said some of the issues are to do with the setting “walk away auto lock.” Apparently in the cold temperatures some people were finding out the car doesn’t lock when they walked away and when they came back to the car the next morning the doors were still unlocked. When Honda looked into the issue they found the error in the BCM software
 

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I had my appointment today at my dealer. They knew about the recall and got it done. Attached is the part from my paperwork about the recall.

My service rep said some of the issues are to do with the setting “walk away auto lock.” Apparently in the cold temperatures some people were finding out the car doesn’t lock when they walked away and when they came back to the car the next morning the doors were still unlocked. When Honda looked into the issue they found the error in the BCM software
Hey! Do you remember how long it took the dealership to fix the issue? Same day or no?
 
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