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I was driving my 2019 HRV home last night and about 3 blocks from my house a bunch of warning lights came up on the dash. The AWD, the tire pressure, parking break, ABS, traction control and the one that looks like a steering wheel. When I got home I turned the engine off and when I restarted it the lights were off. When I started my car this morning the same lights lit up and stayed on even after a restart. Has anyone experienced this sort of problem? What could be causing it? Everything seems to be functioning proplerly. It is snowy out in my area and I'm hoping there is a sensor somewhere on the wheels or undercarriage that is being impeded by the weather.
Thanks in advance for any advice or direction
 

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Did you drive over something?

Even "small" debris can cause issues if it get propelled with enough speed (relative to your own speed).
 

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I was driving about 20 mph and did not run over anything that I noticed. When I drove it yesterday to pick up my kids later in the day the lights were off but about 5 minutes into my drive all the same lights came on while I was accelerating out of a stop sign.
 

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Maybe the negative battery cable wasn’t connected properly and it’s a ground issue?

The only time I’ve heard of all the lights turning on like that is when someone had a battery issue but I doubt it’s the battery itself when you’re driving a 2019.
 

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I was driving my 2019 HRV home last night and about 3 blocks from my house a bunch of warning lights came up on the dash. The AWD, the tire pressure, parking break, ABS, traction control and the one that looks like a steering wheel. When I got home I turned the engine off and when I restarted it the lights were off. When I started my car this morning the same lights lit up and stayed on even after a restart. Has anyone experienced this sort of problem? What could be causing it? Everything seems to be functioning proplerly. It is snowy out in my area and I'm hoping there is a sensor somewhere on the wheels or undercarriage that is being impeded by the weather.
Thanks in advance for any advice or direction
I was driving my 2019 HRV home last night and about 3 blocks from my house a bunch of warning lights came up on the dash. The AWD, the tire pressure, parking break, ABS, traction control and the one that looks like a steering wheel. When I got home I turned the engine off and when I restarted it the lights were off. When I started my car this morning the same lights lit up and stayed on even after a restart. Has anyone experienced this sort of problem? What could be causing it? Everything seems to be functioning proplerly. It is snowy out in my area and I'm hoping there is a sensor somewhere on the wheels or undercarriage that is being impeded by the weather.
Thanks in advance for any advice or direction
I too am experiencing the exact same problem. However, In my case, all warning lights and alerts came on when I started my 2019 HR-V. My vehicle is parked in a garage while I’m home. So the elements are not a triggering factor. I didn’t hit or run over anything. The vehicle hasn’t been sitting unused for long periods of time. I simply turned on my vehicle. I have less than 3k miles on the car. I purchased my car in November 2019. I received my first alerts on December 10th 2019. It was shocking and confusing since my car was parked in the garage all weekend. Not moved once. The alerts stayed on for a couple of days then stopped. This happened a few more times. I finally scheduled it for repair with a Honda dealership Service Department on Monday, February 10, 2020. They kept the vehicle until the next day to replace a part and reprogram the keys. On February 14, 2020, 3 days later when I started my car after work, all the alerts went off again! Thistime as an added bonus, the touchscreens weren’t on either. Here in Connecticut, it was one of the most frigid days we’ve had this winter and I couldn’t turn on the heat or car seats for warmth. The touchscreen did eventually turn on after a few minutes but it felt like an eternity before it did. As an added new problem, when I got home and hit the button to turn the vehicle off, it wouldn’t turn off. A new alert came on and told me to hold the button in for a few seconds to turn it off. The now today, February 17,2020, my HR-V is going back to the Honda dealership for the second time. Honestly, I don’t feel safe driving this vehicle anymore. I surely hope Honda does the right thing and fixes this issue correctly.
 

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I own a 2017 HR-V about a month ago I started having the same problem. Out of nowhere and without any specific situation the tire inflation light, the stability control light, the steering wheel light and the brake system light all go on. If I turn the vehicle off an then back on, they vanish. Then, randomly after days they will pop back on. Since I had the brake system serviced and I haven't experienced anything weird in the suv's handling, I am inclined tho think a sensor or relay is at fault. Has anyone had this problem fixed, and what was the cause?
 

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UPDATE: When i dropped off my car on Feb 17, 2020, it wasnt ready until Feb 28, 2020. They couldnt figure out what was wrong and had to get a "Honda specialist". This is what was written my paper work.

CONTACED HONDA TECHLINE. SWAPPED GOOD KNOWN SUBRELAY BOX AND SUBHARNESS. HONDA TECNICIAN IN SPECTED VEHICLE WITH FOREMAN.UNPLUGGED ALL CONNECTORS ON F-CAN. SWAPPED GOOD KNOWN CAN GATWAY. CHECKED NETWORK WHILE MONITORING VOLTAGE.
PER HONDA, TECHNICIAN REMOVED AND REPLACED COMBINATION METER. REASSEMBLED VEHICLE. RECHECKED MULTIPLE TIMES AND VEHICLE OPERATING AS DESIGNED AT THIS TIME.


Now flash forward to May 15, 2020, I turned on my car to all the bells and lights going off again!!! EXACTLY like before. Earliest they could get me in was May18,2020, so,my car went back to the Honda Service Department. I just picked up my car today (May 20, 2020). This is what my paperwork stated:

CLEARED ALL CODES. CHECKED IG SYSTEM FOUND NEGATIVE CABLE NOT CLAMPED DOWN PROPERLY. (DID NOT DUPLICATE CONCERN) PROBARBLY LOOSE CABLE.
RETORQUE NEGATIVE CABLE TO SPECFICATIONS


I hope this helps.
 

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I was driving my 2019 HRV home last night and about 3 blocks from my house a bunch of warning lights came up on the dash. The AWD, the tire pressure, parking break, ABS, traction control and the one that looks like a steering wheel. When I got home I turned the engine off and when I restarted it the lights were off. When I started my car this morning the same lights lit up and stayed on even after a restart. Has anyone experienced this sort of problem? What could be causing it? Everything seems to be functioning proplerly. It is snowy out in my area and I'm hoping there is a sensor somewhere on the wheels or undercarriage that is being impeded by the weather.
Thanks in advance for any advice or direction
I had the same problem. However, it was my fault. I ran the battery down and all the lights came on. I charged the battery up, started it, and a few were still on. Took it for a spin and within 100 yrs they all went out. Check your battery Low power to the main computer caused my lights to come on.
 

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The battery in an HRV is substandard, most likely you have low voltage.
 
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