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Dash lights on

We've recently had lots of snow and ice. My car has been stuck a few times and had to be pulled or pushed. (in my driveway) I have a slight hill and always slip and slide on my way back into my driveway. The snow and ice have been on the ground for a week now, so my car has been having to work extra hard. This morning on my way into work the ABS light, low tire light, VSC off light and the traction control light all was on. The car seemed to drive fine. I've pushed the button to turn the VCS back on, but it won't turn on. The light still flashes that the VSC is off.

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Hi
Looks like alot of snow have covered your tyre.
You need to power jet wash your tyres to clean the sensor at the back of the wheel.
that will solve the issue
thanka

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SOURCE: Hi, my wife has a 2008 highlander fwd and after slipping in some snow 4 dash lights came on. VSC off, brake, ABS, and traction control. Engine light did not come on. Dealer downloaded codes C1403, C14

You can use Launch X431 Tool to do the troubleshooting. It is good at diagnosing for most vehicles.

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