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My VSC Trac, Trac Off and Check Engine lights all come on today. My mam was driving therefore I"m not certain if lock all came on in ~ the exact same time or not. I setup to take it it come the dealer following Tuesday to have actually it checked. This is pretty disappointing due to the fact that this trouble has been seen all the way back to the first model year. Would have thought Toyota could have established a long-term fix by now, especially because they go a minor re-spin top top the 2005"s.My mam plans to take it with our 3 young children around 90 miles from home prior to I can gain it checked. Has anybody had any problems concerned these lights comes on that should make she re-consider driving for this reason far?Any concepts or recommendations?Thanks,Pete
Hey, welcome to the "My TRAC/VSC/CEL lights space on" Club!!! just kidding, seems to it is in a same amount of united state that this has happened to.....I"ve owned my 01 Seq. 10 days now and also my TRAC/VSC lights came on twice last week. Since I topped turn off my brake fluid, they"ve behaved. Offered that, her CEL is also on.....mine to be not. If the engine ECU has actually a fault password stored and lights the CEL (ie, bad 02 sensor, gas cap no tight, faulty reading from one of around 100 different sensors in the engine), that will also disable the TRAC/VSC as I understand it. That"ll provide you part food for thought..........Now, someone that knows much more than ns do, please aid this male outBen
Have a look at the TSBsThere is a TSB for the VSC lite comes on. I"m not certain if that covers the 05 models, but I think the device is the exact same as the earlier ones so it would make sense if that does. Talk to her dealer. My lites came on occasionally when the Sequoia (03) had actually less 보다 10k, but haven"t checked out one since -- we"re in ~ 31k now. I have not had the TSB job-related performed due to the fact that the lites haven"t come on for fairly awhile.Cheers,John
Thanks John and also Ben. I have an meeting on Tuesday so hopefully they"ll have a long-term fix because that it.Pete
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Pete,My dealer said me mine pads required replacing, so i posted a question for a second opinion. The reply consisted of some nice-to-know information on the VSC lite -- examine out this thread:http://www.gimpppa.org/forums/showthread.php?t=32549Do a topic search for the VSC. It"s been discussed many times, and also I"m sure you"ll discover some an important info, as I have. This forum is great source.Good luck,John
Thanks John,I didn"t recognize worn pads could collection this off. I don"t think this is regarded my difficulty though since I just have around 1000 mile 50/50 city/highway. I additionally need to watch why the CEL is on because I thought this to be usually much more to execute with emissions associated failures.Pete
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Wow, a 2005 v 1k miles and also you"re having this problem? the sucks. My expertise from every the threads I"ve check out is that as soon as your CEL goes off, it will cause your VSC/TRAC lights. For this reason it might be the infamous O2 sensors tripping your CEL, however with only 1k miles ns wouldn"t think they"d be negative already(unless you obtained a dud). Really likely could be your gas cap wasn"t/isn"t screwed on all the way, i m sorry sets turn off a CEL. Check to make certain it"s top top right. ~ a couple of trips the CEL should go away by chin though. (funny story, my friend has actually a BMW and every time his mam puts gas in it she can"t it seems ~ to placed the cap on correctly. Through the BMW"s, the CEL will just go far if you clean the code;they"ve been to the dealer 3 times just for this simple mistake)I am hoping in your instance it"s something an easy like the gas cap. With a brand new vehicle, friend shouldn"t be having these type of troubles. Good luck./Mike
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