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VSA is Honda’s electronic stability control, called Vehicle Stability Assist. If your Odyssey begins to slide, VSA will reduce engine power and activate the antilock brakes to regain control by applying brakes to individual wheels. This is typical of a modern electronic stability control system.

On the Odyssey, VSA comes standard on all models. 2010odyssey

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Answered by Joe Bruzek on January 21, 2010 in Honda | Permalink

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