Toyota Repair Problems? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi Im David, the check engine light is flashing because the computer is detecting a misfire or misfires from the engine.
the site sets the price....that not me doing it
if the check engine light is flashing due to abs sensors, then is the abs light on?
that makes no sense, if the abs cables are disconnected, the abs light should be on...
and that kind of makes sense because the abs sensor is actually attached to the rear axle. reading the speed of the reluctor inside of the axle
but i need to look something up,,,thats strange that the cel is flashing light that..............
did you have the abs system scanned for codes? i know you said the engine was scanned but was the abs system?
do you remember the code?
does the mechanic remember the code??
unless i know the code the he erased i will have to opt out and let another tech jump in because Ive never seen this scenario
ok, i will opt out then...good luck
Hello and welcome to just answer and allowing me to assist you. Could you just disconnect one sensor at time? this may narrow down the area at fault. Did that cod mention a speed sensor?That would defiantly help.Get back to me after you do that with your findings.
OK but can you do what i asked that might tel us which side is acting up. then we can trace the problem, it just might very well be the wheel sensor.
It would make it simpler to have it on shop scanner to show the wave pattern of each sensor, that would show exactly where the problem is.
Te voltage to the wheel sensor should be 1.5-5 v anything else would indicate wringing problem.
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