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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.
Diane

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  • diane1432 Feb 13, 2009

    Thanks...here are the part numbers I was given for the speed sensor and a wire? 42450-42040 and 89516-0R010. If I give these numbers to my local repair guy, will he be able to obtain them somewhere?

    Diane

  • Frank Cardona Mar 06, 2014

    yeah, i have the same problem, the brake pads has been replace the engine check lite and tire presure lite come on while I'm driving

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    vsc, abs and brake lights are on

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    lights are on

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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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