I am having the same problem as the customer in this conversation--the tire pressure, brake
light, and ABS light all came on while on vacation. My 2002 Sienna has 144K miles and had a new alternator
put on last year. Before vacation we had front and rear brakes replaced complete with pads, shoes, and drums at the Toyota Dealership with genuine Toyota parts. The tire pressure and brake lights eventually went off but the ABS light will NOT go off. My van has been in their shop for 1 month and 1 day with them trying to do different fixes, and it stays lit. We are recommended to have the actuator assembly replaced at a $2600 cost. We just spent $3000 in July for new tires and brakes. My question is this...would or could the ABS light come on out of wear and tear or would/could it have anything to do with any work that was done in July? I am trying to figure liability. The dealership has accepted all costs so far this past month which tells me they are either fantastic with customer service or feeling guilty about a bad brake job. I am impaired when it comes to knowing about the mechanics. I need help! I don't want to have spent $5600 when the van, at best, ***** ***** only $3200. Thank you!
JA: Have you checked your tire pressure? Do you have a tire gauge?
Customer: All is good.
JA: Are you fixing your Sienna yourself? What have you tried so far?
Customer: No, it is at the dealership. For a whole month already.
JA: Anything else you want the mechanic to know before I connect you?
Customer: I don't know of anything else.