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My 2007 model Ridgeline comes up with a VTM-4 alarm after some minutes of driving. I got the following error codes when downloading codes to a PC at the local Honda workshop:

ABS/VSA:
91-1
68-1

Body:
B1008
B1060
B1061

At low speed the car has a low noise from the right front tier. The noise could indicate that the brakes have to be replaced.

The local Honda dealer in Norway/Europe does not have experience with Ridgeline. Anyone out there who knows what the problem could be???
 

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Do you have your original battery still in there? If so, weird warning indicators start coming up. If you do, I would start with replacing it. Even if it doesn't solve this problem you're having, you're pretty much due for a new battery after 5 years anyways.
 

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Hope this will help, but it's pretty general in nature:





 

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Looks like a bunch of sensors and modules all at the same time. Still thinking a worn out battery!
 

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Yeah, the battery may well be the culprit.
 

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Thank you for your help!!!

Is it possible to find a full list of error codes with descriptions on internett for future diagnostics. Do you have any recommendations with respect to OBD II scanner and analysis software for Ridgeline. I could want to be able to check for error codes (not only engine errors) with my laptop to save workshop cost.

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Frode
 

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Thanks.

I ll check the battery. I just bought the car one week ago.

Regards, Frode
Did you get any maintenance records with the truck? You might want to think about changing all the fluids to get a maintenance baseline. I would change the battery anyways since you don't know how old it is.
 
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