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2005 Toyota Tacoma automatic 4x4 stated my car today and the check eng., VSC TRAC, Hill- start assist control system and VSC OFF lights stay on. I have checked that all systems are normal and checked fuse #37. Can youhelp me? Lance

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It almost sounds like the wiring harness at the transmission is messed up. There is a bulletin about the transmission harness having a short and the only way to repair the problem is to replace the harness. I hope this helps because I can't give much more without knowing the code is that caused the check engine light to come on.

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Did you scan it to see whats the code off check engine me i would check the charging system broken alternator light the dash on those import check it just to be safe and please let me no for the code good luck pierre

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