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SOURCE: My toyota highlander 2009 keep

I'm assuming that the truck was properly maintained and the battery and the alternator are in good working order: more than 12.3 volts on the battery with the engine off, more than 14.2 with it on.
You have a lot of apparently separated problems:
- the TRAC and VSC OFF lights are on because you have steering and transmission sensor problems - the data coming from them is corrupted and the ECM detects that as a fault and the warning lights are triggered. You will need to have the error coded read to find out what actually happened.
- the oil maintenance is a reminder that the oil must be replaced according to the manual - the miles you have done with it have reached the recommended value. Just replace the oil and the filter.
- the brake warning is triggered when the brake fluid is low in the bowl, the handbrake is on, or the pads are worn out - you will need to check them all.
- the antenna for the key transponder is located under the logo so putting the key near the receiver, which is in the button, has allowed the passage of the signal. Since the transponder is an RFID one - powered by the receiver remotely - it means that the receiver is faulty and you will have to replace it.
I find it highly unlikely that all those faults have occurred all at once on a single car. Have the entire wiring of the car inspected by a specialized repair shop, you have serious problems in there.

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