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I got problem with rav4 sx6 2010. Engine lights stay on,vsc

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Hi, I got problem with rav4 sx6 2010. Engine lights stay on,vsc n 4wd lights later on as well n now car in limb mode. Is it O2sensor ? Cat converter ? Cheers ***** ***** help
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Australia Car
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Customer: replied 1 year ago.
How many O2 sensors are in these sx6 rav 4 also there locations please?
Expert:  indy-tech replied 1 year ago.

Hi .

I suggest you have a drive down to a GOOD SHOP or dealer and have your car hooked up to a diagnostic scan tool and check for malfunction codes .

When the check engine light comes on the VSC will also come on automatically and disable that system until the

stored malfunction code is taken care of.

It does not have to be the A/F / 02 sensors could be any of many ,so don't go replacing anything until you have check for malfunction codes ,you may end up replacing parts not needed. ( Expensive )..

If you have any issue with the 4WD system then you will have codes stored also for this .

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