Question about 2002 Toyota RAV4
I have 75,000 miles in this SUV and I only have this problem this morning. Have not been to the dealer so I don't have a code to share. I have an extended warranty and am not so sure if this problem will be covered. Is there a quick fix? If so, how can I do it?
Without the code, it is virtually impossible to determine what the problem is, other than you just may have a loose fuel cap. A loose cap will def set the light off. ...Normally, sensors for the engine are usually covered under most extended service contracts, if it is a sensor issue.... Perhaps you could go & find an Autozone near you, they can hook up a scanner & give you the code(s); please get the codes back to me and I will def assist you with your issue!
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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