VTM-4 light and battery light

Asked by Pcataldi Feb 03, 2019 at 11:13 PM about the 2007 Honda Pilot 4 Dr EX-L 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2007 Honda Pilot, the VTM-4 and battery
light came on, the car started bucking and
heard a whining sound. I turned the car off
and let sit  a couple hours and lights went off.
But battery light came in again after driving it
again but no bucking occurred.

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What did you find out about this?

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GuruD9KJ7. My car just started doing the exact same thing? What was the problem and solution?

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I love my pilot (2012 EXL 4WD) but at about 130,000 miles I had multiple lights coming on and off at different times. Mechanics could find no problems except for a code that said I needed a PCU update. Basically software update on the computer. I went Tk dealer and had this done for $150. Took about an hour total. Everything was fine for a few months, then similar things started coming on again. I honestly think it is a computer issue as the car runs totally fine.

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Any answers

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Have the same issue on my 2011 Pilot. I've read online that the Battery light often means the Electronic Load Detector is faulty but not sure if that effects VTM-4 light. Could be tho, since a faulty ELD causes voltage spikes. I'll post when I get the ELD replaced, can't seem to find one locally but they are only $10 online.

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