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What is the red button next to trac control

I have a 2003 4runner what is the red button next to trac control button. would that be alarm button

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SOURCE: unknown red light/button in 2004 4Runner SR5

after market alarms are a nightmare.

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SOURCE: Toyota 2003 4Runner: The check engine light and

Check engine light. You will need a OBD II reader to retrieve the code.
Please let me know what you found.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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