Question about 2005 Toyota Corolla
This from what i can tell may just be your seatbelt warning sign. This is usually on when your seatbelt is not on or sometimes they go off and don't turn back off. Try disconnecting your battery for about 5 to ten minutes and that should erase it, if not then the dealer may have to do it but i doubt it. There is no harm if that is it but just to be safe check your oil level and see if it is low. I hope this fixes it for you!
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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