Question about 2007 Toyota Tundra
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Find and press your TRC button this turns the TR-action C-ontrol back on, and should turn off, the V-ariable S-tability C-ontrol light and the A-ntilock B-rake S-ystem light. If it does not rengage have the traction control switch checked
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
SOURCE: ABS PROBLEM
Look up above your brake pedal and you should see a switch that is connected to it. This switch controls your brakes and in some vehicles, is tied in to the safety system. Change this and see if your van goes into gear ($10 part)
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Krafty930 with brake, VSC off and ABS lights on. You share a common problem with many Toyota owners. My 2003 Sequioa has the same issue. There is no solution. Dealers will replace the air sensors and then the computer all for $2,500 - $3,500. This will not solve the issue. The internet has thousands of complaints re this problem, but Toyota has disowned the issue and declined resolution, even for vehicles under warranty. The lights drive me crazy and I still don't know if there is a functional problem, a wiring problem or a computer problem with the VSC system. To date, I have learned of no reports relating this problem to vehicular deaths, so I really am not holding my breath waiting for Toyota to provide a solution. Sorry that you share this problem, but perhaps my response will help to stop you from "spinning your wheels" too much trying to resolve this issue.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: stuck in 4 LO
Check your transmission fluid level. More than likely it's either low, but since you didn't switch it to 4 low, it's probably a vacuum leak. Remember it should be in neutral to switch back to 2 wheel drive.
Posted on Dec 06, 2011
I currently have the same issue on my 2008 Tundra. I have noticed that one of the 12v acces plugs don't work. The problem is intermittent and started when the air was damp or after it rained. Now the same lights are on, the 12v doesn't work and the remote door locks don't work. Toyota want to run a diagnostic check at $125 an hour. Did you solve your problem?
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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