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Ligths on vsc and track off

did you read the operators guide yet, it answers that.
all cars made with VSC.
it will say,driving wrong or there is a problem with the system.
if not driving wrong, then take it to the service shop for tests.
read the wiki on VSC, learn what it does.
it can be normal or bad.
not reading the operators manual on this invites, danger to you and others. read it.
the lamp does have messages to you, on , off, flash etc.

Jan 05, 2014 | 2003 Toyota 4Runner

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Check engine light, VSC off, and VSC light are all lit up on my 2003 Toyota Sequoia

Doesn't matter what dash lights stay on after the motor starts,
you still have systems with a fault code that needs to be diagnosed

If you Google your car & VSC you can read for hours

Mar 11, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My chech vsc light is on and the car shakes when you drive it could it be that it need an aligment

As long as you have any OBD dash check light on, you
always do as you have in the past & check for codes
& resolve those code related issues first

The VSC is part of the abs braking system & you
should get codes related to that system

Can't work on todays vehicles at home without factory
diagnostic charts,need a repair shop

Unless you have worn suspension parts or tire wear
as a result,ask yourself why an alignment would even
come to mind,because of the shaking?

If you have shaking & no system malfunction lights as
you now do,then you would go check for worn suspension
parts or damage

I have had many vehicles I owned for 18 years & one now I have had for 29 years & never had to align

Jan 26, 2013 | 2007 Toyota Camry

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Vsc light and traction control

When the VSC and trac light comes on, Your vehicle enter a fail safe function the ECU rejects any open request from the VSC system and your vehicle operate regardless of ABS,TRAC, and VSC. Having it cleared without corrections will allow the light to come on. If the VSC is seeing a large over steer the VSC and trac light comes on.(even if its under steer).If the ABS ,Trac is correct you will need to seek zero calibration.This is done through the DLC connection in the hood.The easy way to reinitial lize steering angle is done by keeping steering wheel in the straight ahead position (driver window down) disconnect the negative battery, and reconnect , turn key on . The other way is to go to the engine and find the DLC again driver window rolled down steering wheel in the straight ahead position. do not shake the vehicle you must be on a true level ground. No heavy load in the vehicle and no entering the vehicle untill this is complete Turn the key on at this point you will do everything through the window you cannot enter the the hood where the DLC is at you will short pin Ts and CG with a paper clip 4 times repeatedly within 8 seconds. There the VSC will go to zero point.Turn key off (again turn ignition off through the window) make sure you remove the shorting out of Ts and CG. Now your done. 10_13_2011_4_27_16_am.gifFor Rav4 use you DLC 3 its under the driver dash.As for the pin location its on the cover of the DLC 3

Oct 12, 2011 | 2004 Toyota RAV4

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I have a check engine and a vsc light on my 2007 toyota avalon limited, what does that mean

It means you need to read your owners manual

Also that you have a Vehicle System Malfunction,
that needs attention within a couple of days, of ANY
Light or Symbol on your dash

The check light may be one problem &
the vsc is drivetrain or you may just have one,
need to get the codes before you can start to
figure it out

Jun 10, 2011 | 2007 Toyota Avalon

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Check engine light and vsc trac off lights stay on. Cannot turn svc off by pressing button on Dash

Hi, have you scanned the vehicle to see why your check engine light is on? IF no, you need to. Toyota/Lexus computer system illumniates both engine light and VSC lights whenver a fault occurs in either unit. VSC or stability control is like trac-control or ABS braking system. Get car scanned and make sure all computers are scanned for additional codes, repair them first reset lights and test drive. ON a side note, fixing check engine light will usually take VSC light away also, however sometimes the VSC system will glitch out and a Steering Angle relearn is necessary, it takes about 3mins to perform and a good quality scan tool with 2004 current software. Good Luck.

May 16, 2011 | 2004 Toyota RAV4

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Both the engine lights and the VSC warning light appeared on the dash simultaneoulsy this evening while driving - what might this be?

Had this happen to my '05 Vibe (Matrix evil clone) recently. Mechanic read & reset codes. The non-flashing Engine light showed 2 large emission leaks. The VSC could be any number of things. He said hopefully it was a false positive on the VSC... potentially expensive to fix. Lights stayed off for a couple weeks & are now back on. I'm planning on seeing him later today. Also, said stability light stayed off, it is still working. fwiw...

Dec 22, 2010 | 2006 Toyota Matrix

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My lexus rx 330 chech engine trac off vsc ligth is on watis the broblem

Read my GX post from today... same issue, loose gas cap or fouled sensors 95% of the time....

Jan 08, 2010 | 2004 Lexus ES 330

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What does the VSC light on the dash mean

VSC means Vehicle Stability Control. Take the car for a scan to ease your mind.

May 20, 2009 | 2004 Toyota Solara

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