Check engine and svc light came on Toyota Highlander 2002
I was driving down my road and looked down and noticed the two lights had come on. I have noticed nothing different about the way the car drives. Smooth and quiet with good acceleration. I had this happen once before a few months ago and the mechanic said it was a hose that had loosened. It is just now at 45k miles, and the only thing I could think is that it's about 120 miles past the oil change mileage. Any input here? I checked my gas cap removed and re-tightened it, but the lights still stayed on. It just finished being under warranty...ofcourse! Help!!
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When your VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) light comes on, it means your car has been forced to take evasive action to avoid a dangerous situation. For example, if you're driving on an icy or wet, slippery road, and take a turn too sharp or accelerate too quickly, the vehicle will automatically reduce acceleration or apply pressure to the brakes to prevent the car from losing control. In this situation the VSC indicator light will light up to alert you that the action was taken, and remind you to slow down - or to be extra careful. Be safe!