Question about 2005 Toyota Sienna LE
While making a left turn at 10 mph the slip indicator light came on and a beep and locking my front left wheel for a couple of seconds
Sounds like it looses wheel sensor signal from the front left wheel, thinking its slipping. either a defective wheel sensor or loose connection somewhere on/in the wires between wheel sensor and control unit
Posted on Dec 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RAVA 4 2006
If the vehicle did not have this condition before the brake pads were replaced, then one of the brake sensors either on the left or right side is not connected, not mounted correctly or has debris in the notches causing a false wheel spin condition. Double check the connections and mounting on the sensors. Use a code reader that is ABS compatible, and check for trouble codes associated with the brake system. The vehicle will not accelerate if the ABS system is sending a false wheel spin condition, that is how the vehicle is controlled during a spin, the accelerator is backed off automatically to allow the vehicle to straighten itself out.
Posted on Dec 05, 2010
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