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Easy one. You pressed (or someone pressed) the ECT button located near the shifter, in the console, or on the shifter itself. It changed the shift pattern of the transmission to a higher shift point for more performance (but uses more gas). Look for the switch and with the engine running push it until the light goes off.
If its an orange circle flashing, push the mileage reset button with the key off, while the button is pressed turn the switch on, you don't have to start the car, and hold the button until it flashes and goes out. After that it should come on for a second when starting but should not flash anymore.
First make sure all tires including the spare have 35 psi, if that is the only problem the light will go off, there may be a reset switch on the lower part of the dash, it says "set" on it, push the button and hold it in, turn the key on and wait for the light to flash three times, release the button, if the light comes back on there is a problem with the system, possibly one of the sensors is not sending a signal, this will require going to a toyota dealer to correct.
Check fuse for horn and for dash lights. If the interior lights work then suspect dimmer switch for the dash lights. If you press the horn button do you hear a click under the hood or inside the car? If you do not then the fuse is blown and if the fuse is good then the relay may be suspected bad. If the fuse is good and the relay clicks then suspect the horn to be bad. If fuse is blown and you put a new one in and you push the horn and the fuse blows again, then disconnect the horn before replacing the fuse again. Then push the horn button and see if you hear the relay click if you hear a click the the horn is bad or wiring butmost likely the horn. If you have the horn unplugged and the fuse is good and you push thee horn button and no relay click suspect the horn button to be bad. Hope this helps.
POWER LIGHT ON THE DASH MEANS YOU INADVERTANLY PUSHED THE POWER SWITCH WITH YOUR THUMB ON THE AUTO. STICK SHIFT LEVER,(ANY WHO..IT JUST MEANS THE ENGINE IS TRANFERRING MORE POWER TO THE TRANSMISSION THAN REGULAR(NO BIGGIE)! YOU CAN TURN IT OF BY PUSHING THAT LITTLE BUTTON ON THE AUTO SHIFT LEVER! HOPE THIS ANSWERS YOU QUESTION!:):):):):)
You don't need to remove the dash. Look under the dash where the switch is located. on the side of the switch you will see a small button to push in. While pushing in on the button pull the knob as though you were going to turn the lights on. At this time the stem should release from the switch. Undo the bezel and drop the switch down so you can see to unplug the wires. Replace wires to new switch and reverse the procedure to install. You don't need to push the button in when replacing the stem.