Re: VSC Light, Trac Off, Engline Check Lights are all on
Quick help here:
Go to Autozone/advance autoparts
put a deposit down on a OBD 2 scanner
use the scanner to find out the code # of the CEL (check engine light)
Report back here.
Find a friend with something like a ScanGauge II, DashHawk, or a OBD 2 scanner
get the code # and report back here.
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If I remember correctly all the new Toyota's will throws all the lights on when the CEL light comes on. Most GEN 1 owners who got the problem without doing any mods had issues with the Crank sensor. I would recommend the dealer for that fix, partially because if the car is under warranty they will take care of it.
Sometimes when a maintenance check is done someone doesn' plug something back in all the way and the plug falls out, the rest you already know.
Getting the code # of ECU (Engine control Unit) will help identify the problem. The number will consist of a letter at the beginning and a four numbers after wards. example. P0300 = random multiple misfire. Usually indicating a tune up is needed but further investigation might lead to a bad coil pack, a bad seal allowing too much oil to get into the combustion chamber wetting the spark plug causing the misfire, a worn or bad wire, possibly even a defective ECU. However before you do anything. . .
Check the gas cap. 4 out of 10 on all the cars I do CEL checks for usually throw a Evaporative emissions problem code like "insufficient Evap. vacuum detected" which basically is saying, " hey you left the gas cap off" Tighten the gas cap then "clear" the code using the OBD 2 scanner or resetting the ECU by pulling the ECU fuse in the Engine compartment, or pull the power to the car at the battery.
Drive and see what happens. Let us know how it all comes out! Good Luck!
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