Also as seen in the video, the error message tends to go away during a hard acceleration and also when coming to a complete halt.
The error message is saying "please release the parking brake" so for whatever reason the car is thinking its still engaged.Hi Guys,
This is a 2014 Honda Vezel which about a month back (Manufactured in 2014 June).
Since after about a week owning this vehicle, this sound as heard in the Video (Link below) continued to play while showing an error message in Japanese along with the Parking sign.
The Vehicle was taken to the local agents in Sri Lanka (Stafford Motors) and the software was upgraded with the newest software which was released for the Recall (Recall for the DCT issue) However this issue continued to show. When plugged to the system of the local agents, the system showed no issue in the vehicle. As per the local agents, three vehicles has been reported with the same error. But no solution. If anyone could provide some help or insight on this it's greatly appreciated.
Sorry, I'm not sure how to show the video on the thread, I have attached the link belolw.
No, the parking brake is fully disengaged, same as all other cars there is a separate indicator on the dashboard on the left side, this indicator gets switched off when I press the Parking brake button down.
Is it possible to at least have an temporarily solution? Like disconnecting this Brake sensor?
Did you check both "Parking gear" button [ The circular button by the Gear shift liver with (p) on it ] and the "Parking brake" trigger behind the Gear lever [ The switch ((p)) that is similar to the Shutter controllers on the door button panel ]?
I think, you might have released the Parking Gear (p), but trying to drive having the Parking brakes ((p)) on.
Here is the mention of the parking brake auto release form the Honda.com site. It is not refering to the transmission "Park".In this video, he explains the proper sequence to be followed. The vehicle in this video is an Acura, but the same should apply to Honda as well.
I have also heard something like that; but I am not sure whether that is valid to the Parking Brake, similar to the Parking Gear mode.