Question about 1995 Toyota Camry
Car thinks your wheels are slipping. Assuming you have anti-lock brakes and/or traction control, there are sensors on the wheels, and when they read different speeds, the computer says at least one wheel is slipping. If the wheels are not slipping there is a problem with the sensor or tone ring on the wheel or elsewhere in the system. This usually requires professional troubleshooting, but you can have a look to see if there is anything obviously wrong. Forf example, if the sensor connector at the wheel has come loose, or maybe the tone ring that the sensor reads has a broken tooth, etc.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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