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My name is***** am a certified automotive mechanic and have been for over 12 years, and i am currently working at a Toyota Dealership. I hope that I can help you with your problem.
Firstly if there was a problem with the*****system, only that light would be on. Toyota usually disables*****and stability control when the check engine light is turned on. do you have access to a code reader to check to see what codes have turned on the check engine light?
If you do have access to one, please check to see which DTC's are stored and let me know. I can then try to help you diagnose the problem from there.
Also if you have found any of this information helpful, please leave feedback accordingly. Thank you
ok, I am not sure if you would liek to purchase a code reader or not. An inexpensive one usually costs about 80-100 dollars.
If not many parts stores and some repair facilities offer free engine light scanning.
I am sorry,but without being able to retrieve the codes I am unable to know of which direction to help point you in.
Also as I mentioned many parts stores, and automotive repair facilities will scan your check engine light for you for free to let you know what codes are stored in the computer.
I was just wondering if you were able to retrieve the codes that are stored in the engine's computer?
Let me know if I can be of any assistance