Brake, ABS, VSC, trac lights all on intermittently - 2006 RAV4
Hi. Here are the trouble codes I received...C0210, C1223, C1238 and C1249. Dealer said they will "start" with replacing right rear speed sensor inside hub to the tune of about 750.00. I guess the car is safe to drive. I had the front brakes done (pads only, rotors okay) recently but these lights were coming on before that.
Does anyone else have this problem and is the above repair my only option?
Thanks for your input.
Re: Brake, ABS, VSC, trac lights all on intermittently -...
PROBLEM IS R/R SPEED SENSOR--ALL OTHER CODES ARE A RESULT OF THIS--SENSOR LISTS FROM TOYOTA FOR $136.06 AND LABOR IS 1.3 HRS AT WHAT EVER LABOR RATE AT DEALER IS---SOUNDS TO ME LIKE YOU NEED TO FIND ANOTHER REPAIR SHOP
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There is probably no need to contact the BAR though you always have the right reserved. Trouble Code P1774 indicates your Mini's rear wheel speed sensor lost its signal, and trouble code P1775 indicates the right rear wheel speed sensor lost its signal as well. Both more than likely triggered during the dynamometer portion of the smog check inspection; while the front wheels are turning and the rear wheels are stationary. During this time, as far as the ABS system knows, the rear wheel sensors have lost their signals. After a computer reset and driving your Mini Cooper for a few miles everything should return to normal, as apparently they have; and you've passed the smog check. Should the check engine light return in the near future for the same trouble codes P1774 and P1775 we'd recommend inspecting the rear wheel speed sensors for possible debris build-up. Since these trouble codes where triggered during the smog check and smog check machine failure we can assume the trouble codes were temporary and not related to any physical problem with your Mini Cooper.
http://engine-codes.com/p0715_mazda.htmlForum CodePossible causes- Transmission speed sensor circuit is open or shorted. - Poor transmission speed sensor circuit connection - Faulty transmission speed sensor When is the code detected?Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0715 is detected when TCM or ECM does not receive the proper signal from the sensor.
C1223 - Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Input Signal is 0C1203 - The procedure for this fault is to check for an open or short in the harness and connector between the Skid control ECU and ECM.If no faults are found with the wiring, then - the MIL stays off when ignition on but engine not running (Requires ECM replacing) - the MIL comes on when ignition on but engine not running (requires ABS & traction actuator assembly) These parts wont be cheap so i hope its a wiring fault If you take it to a Toyota dealership they should be able to do this for you pretty easily.
Hi!! When Yellow ABS warning light illuminates during normal operation, the system has detected a problem and has stored a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). Loss of power to module will cause system to be deactivated and Yellow ABS warning light to be illuminated. This fault will not set a DTC. The Rear Anti-Lock Brake System II (RABS II) Speed Sensor is located on the Rear Differential Case. This sensor sends the speed signal of the rear tires to the RABSII Control Module, which also receives the Turbine Shaft Speed Sensor. The RABSII Control Module uses both signals to control the RABS II Proportioning Valve. If the RABSII Control Module does not receive both signals, the ABS Light will come ON. Finally, the Sensor I think is giving you trouble.The Turbine Shaft Speed (TSS) Sensor is located on the transmission tail. This sensor sends the speed signal to the PCM which in turn sends it to the Speedometer and to the RABSII Module. If this sensor is disconnected or inoperative, the Speedometer won't work and the ABS light will come ON. Check electrical connector to the sensor, make sure is clean, free of corrosion and properly connected. Before you replace the sensor, have the computer codes scanned for FREE at AutoZone, Checkers or similar autoparts store. Good Luck!! A HELPFUL - 4 THUMBS - rating for this solution would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for using FixYa.
Squealing brakes would not cause any codes to come up, or any sensors to fail. That would be completely unrelated.
I looked into those codes you pulled though (just the C0210 and C0215), and they are Right rear speed sensor circuit and Left rear speed sensor circuit, which would indicate a faulty sensor or wiring.
There is also a service bulletin out for these cars, which includes replacing the sensor and the harness' as they had sealing problems. According to my sources this repair is covered under warranty for 36 months or 36,000miles whichever comes first.