We got into our 2012 Pilot this morning and our display looked like the image below. Can this be fixed without replacement?
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Seems like scorpio has got you covered, I haven't torn the dash apart on one of these so good luck!It does have a Christmas feel to it! By unplugging everything do you simply mean unplugging from the back of the unit? I've never pulled this dashboard apart.
Wondering if I can simply replace with something like this:
2014 EX-L w/ NAV here. I've had that screen come up ~half a dozen times in the last 5 years. Generally when it's cold out and a simple turn off, turn back on again will get it back to normal.
If they come back I'd try a new battery first. If it's old enough it's worth doing anyway.@StephenPT I took the car to AdvancedAuto and they checked the battery and said it could have a dead cell but didn't think it needed to be replaced just yet. They scanned the code and it came up with P0303 (misfire in cylinder 3). They reset that code but not the one for the Check VSA but after I stopped for gas, the Check VSA went away as well and didn't come back on yesterday.
Looks like you might want to look into getting a VCM disabler...