Question about 2000 Toyota Corolla
The sensor lights come on so often and usually don't need immediate attention. Why does this happen at all unless there is a problem.
There are many sensors on the car, engine ,transmission, antilock brake and traction control depending on the model, some sensor failures can cause driveability problems and some may be emission control related issues which may not affect performance, the sensors are there to let the computer know when there is a problem which usually turns the check engine light on or one of the other systems, on todays comoputer controlled cars these sensors are absolutely necessary for emission controls and genral performance and safety issues.
Posted on Feb 17, 2012
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