engine light and trac off light on What to do?

Asked by Nov 28, 2012 at 10:12 PM about the Toyota Tacoma

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Truck only a month old and the engine light is on with the trac off light on.

5 Answers

715

on occasion when brakes are replaced, the traction controll lights main leed is at the wheel find out if brake work has been done pryer to your purchase,if not sensor could be defective,check to see if that's what is causeing problem.............aaacar

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715

veheclle 30 day's from purchase,GO BACK TO DEALER HAVE THEM FIX IT.....aaacar

60

I GOT THE SAME PROBLEM.CHECK YOUR GAS CAP MAKE SURE IT TIE.DISCONNECT THE BATTERY FOR 1OR 2 MINUTE THEN PUT IT BACK .START YOUR CAR ,THE ENGINE LIGHT TRACK OFF IT SHOULD BE GET OFF.

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Thanks for advise it worked do u know y

20

I have the same problem, it comes back about once per fill up. I have a tacoma 2014, 4doors, 4x4 with 50K miles. I was told is the rubber that connects the neck with the gas tank, needs to be replaced. Seems like a common problem, it should be a recall !!! It does not have much power when the lights come on. I disconnect the positive (red) cable on the battery for about 3 min. to reset it.

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