Question about 2001 Toyota RAV4
It may just be a simple fix like the Vehicle Velocity Sensor wire harness gone bad or the sensor it self needs to be replace. If there is an Auto Zone or transmission shop around your area, have them scan the Rav for any DTC code that is related to the Issues your having. To replace the sensor just take no more then 15 min and can be done with common tools, Auto Zone will have the part and the step by step instructions to getting the job done. The sensor it self is on the tail end shaft of the transmission on the drivers side. Good luck
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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