Question about 2001 Toyota Highlander
Remove the brake caliper and check that it's sliding pins are free and that the piston can be pushed back freely.
If it is very stiff, then also release the bleed nipple on the caliper and try again. If it is much freer, then you likely have an issue with the ABS unit. If it makes little difference, then you have a seized caliper, which you might consider replacing.
Posted on Nov 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no you need an a/f sensor if the code is for a bank one it is located on the exhaust manifold on the back of the engine compartment vise versa if it is for bank 2
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Please DO NOT drive in with the vehicle in this condition!!!!
What you have going on is that the brake caliper (part that holds your brake pads) is bad and sticking. Just remove it, get a NEW one from any chain autoparts store,and replace it. You will have to get a new set of pads as well,as due to the binding, the ones on there now are trashed.
Again,PLEASE do NOT drive in this condition as yours and your fellow drivers ,as well as your passengers safety is at stake.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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The IPC detects a loss of serial data communication with the EBCM
Traction Control System (TCS)
When drive wheel slip is noted while the brake is not applied, the EBCM will enter traction control mode.
The EBCM uses a 5-volt pulse-width modulated (PWM) signal to request the PCM to reduce the amount of torque to the drive wheels. The PCM reduces torque to the drive wheels by retarding spark timing and by commanding the throttle actuator control. The PCM uses a 5-volt PWM signal in order to report to the EBCM the amount of torque delivered to the drive wheels.
You would need a factory grade scan tool to check data PID's - parameter identification , all the sensors work within a specific voltage range 1- 5 volts an you can see this on a good scan tool !
The Traction control is part of the ABS system an there a several DTC possible
DTC B0827 DTC B0828 DTC B2745 DTC C0035 DTC C0035 or C0040 DTC C0040 DTC C0055 DTC C0110 DTC C0191 DTC C0201 DTC C0220-C0229 DTC C0240 or P0856 DTC C0244 or P1689 DTC C0245 DTC C0267 or C0268 and C067 or C068 DTC C0550 DTC C0899 DTC C0900
You best bet is to take it to a qualified repair shop !
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