I hit a big curb in my 2004 Toyota sienna now the check engine light came on in it makeing a noise

Asked by Mar 25, 2014 at 04:48 PM

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Check your axles, brake rotor and brake calipers look for bent, broken, and outv of place parts. If all are good check tire for alignment a nearest tire shop. If all is good have a mechanic or auto parts store check the codes with a ODB 2 scanner.

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