Why does the Vsc trac go off while driving my Toyota Sequoia 2002 n the off buttomdoes not work

Asked by May 25, 2017 at 04:38 PM about the 2002 Toyota Sequoia SR5

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I'm driving in streets or freeway with my 2002 Toyota Sequoia sr5 all of
a sudden I feel the truck start acting erratically and pulls to and when I look at
the dash it's showing the Vsc trac /trac lite is on.  While this is happening I try
to punch the turn off buttnin

4 Answers

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Why my vsc trac and trac lite come on while im driving

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its the sensor . and the replacement part is insanely price! I just removed the sensor and it hasn't happened since. HOWEVER I do have lights on the dash that are on because of that ( VSC off, Brake, srvc engn, ABS) I hear it is a common issue. its very dangerous and SHOULD be recalled but until someone dies because of it Toyota wont do anything about it. good luck

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40

What sensor?

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Mine just did same thing. 2001. Did you get a fix Joey?

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