Maintenance question Re VSC light and VSC OFF light

Asked by May 16, 2013 at 11:04 AM about the 2005 Lexus SC 430

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2005 SC430, that is impeccably maintained and serviced.  Just recently the VSC
and VSC OFF lights have come on.  The car appears and feels to be driving the same
and can find no discernible difference in driving.  Can you render any help or information
regarding these two lights?

2 Answers

To start with some Auto parts stores have and will connect a device to read error codes in your cars computer. See if you can find someone you trust to get a reading before you pump a bunch of $$ into your Lexus dealer.

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to switch VSC/VSC/engine lights off: 1 find terminal box onder drivers side dash and remove cover 2.switch ignition on but don't start engine 3, bridge 3rd. terminal on top row and 5th. terminal on bottom row with paper clip or short length of wire 4. turn on lights and switch ignition off for 30 seconds or until VSC light flashes intermittently 5. switch ignition on after removing terminal bridge. 6 start motor . Lights should now be off except VSC QED

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