many dash lights come on (was: Help)
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    many dash lights come on (was: Help)

    I have a 2015 civic si
    And about two weeks ago
    My
    Abs light
    Tpms light
    Vsa light
    Hill assist light
    Power steering system light
    And once in a while my check starter system warning light comes on is this a easy fix or would I neee to take it to a dealer ?

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    Usually when all the lights come on like that its a dying battery. My car did the same thing right before the battery died completely.
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    abs sensor or an actual low tire can trigger those other warnings.
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    With any electrical problem always start at the battery.
    Make sure the battery is fully charged and load tested to be good.
    Check the positive and negative cable connections at the battery and where they terminate.
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    I’ll make sure to get the battery checked out thank you guys

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