Question about 2009 Toyota RAV4
NO I WOULD NOT. IT WAS JUST A COINCIDENCE THAT THE LIGHT CAME ON. SOMETHING MUST HAVE JUST TRIGGERED THE LIGHT TO COME ON. IF THE LIGHT DOES COME BACK ONLY THEN WOULD YOU CHANGE THE SENSOR UNTIL THEN JUST KEEP DRIVING THE VEHICLE.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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