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Hi!

I saw a few people talking about the warning lights on the 2016 Pilot. I have a 2017 with 63 000 km and after a freezing -30 all the light were on in my dashboard.

Emission start
Vehicule stability
Hill start assist
trailer stability assist ( I don't have a trailer )
Road departure mitigation
power stering system problem

Does anyone know what to do or had that problem before and know what it is ?

Thank you for your answers :)
 

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Still on the original battery? The cold weather may have cause the voltage to dip below a lower threshold while starting and triggered faults errors. Saw your other post about disconnecting battery, faults cleared, not come back yet. I would suspect battery first.

There is no definitive answer.

There is also a TSB 18-010 for the 2016-2017 Pilot:
Symptom:
While driving, the customer may experience flickering interior/exterior lights, multiple indicators coming on, jerky steering
and/or other voltage-related fluctuations.
Cause:
The B+ sensing screw on the alternator is not torqued properly.

Other similar threads:

 

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Yes still on the original battery. I unplugged the negative and turn the light to the on position for 10 minutes. After that everything was fine. This morning the same thing happend. All the lights were on. I used my car during the day and the lights turned off and the end of the day. I wonder if I should still go see the dealer ?
 

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I'll see tomorow morning if the lights are coming back.

Emission start
Vehicule stability
Hill start assist
trailer stability assist
Road departure mitigation
power stering system problem
 

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[QUOTEI wonder if I should still go see the dealer ?
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I would.
 
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