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If your timing belt symbol is on then its mileage controlled and trying to tell you something. Get the belt changed and the garage will reset the light. If the belt has just been changed then get the light reset.
Have you replaced the timing belt? The warning light is a maintenance item that shouldn't be ignored. 60k is the average life span of a timing belt and if ignored and belt breaks you're in full a "wallet full" of repairs. Replace if you haven't, then have Toyota or service place reset the light. That's one light you shouldn't ignore.
the reset procedure of the timing belt light is all done by pressing the trip meter button and holding it in whilst the ignition is turned to on then select from the trip button then continue pressing until you come to 15 on trip metre, turn off and then restart. The light should then go off.
This light is to advise you that it is due for replacement. If its been done earlier the interval may not have been reset. Any dealer or someone with vehicle diagnostics gear should be able to reset it.