Question about 2003 Toyota Sequoia
(Default is ON) this feature enables vehicle to automatically stops wheels spinning if car is not moving, means if you're stuck in sand for example, this system tries to transfer power from the stuck wheel to the other. if both you'll feel engine power is down to idle!!: this is to help you move or keep your transmission safe!. if you want to use engine power regardless if the situation you just press button to OFF! you'll find the gaint engine powering wheels to sping all the way!
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
On my Sequoia 2005 I had all warning lights come On, the car was sluggish to accelerate and wouldn't go past 30 mi/hr. Diagnosis: nonfunctional secondary inlet air system. The dealership's shop price tag was $3,200 and included replacement of ALL system components, including air pump - a typical approach of a delearship. I took the car to a one man shop and the only thing the guy had done was cleaning a check valve, total of $198. Works so far.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it means the vehicle stability control and traction control are not working, mainly effective in wet or snow conditions, they control wheel spin for better traction an reduced the possibility of drifting in corners,all controlled in a ecu in tandem with antilock brakes , could cause you to spin out on gravel or low traction areas
Posted on May 24, 2010
could be alot differnet things u need to take it some where to have codes scaned on it more than likely it a bad speed sensor but cant tell for sure until codes are scaned
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
Hello. Many times the check engine light and VSC and trac are all on due to one or more bad sensors as opposed to any serious trouble. Begin by having your car's computer scanned. AAMCO transmission shops now offer a free scan as do some auto parts stores. Begin with that. Joe
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Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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