My trac off vsc and check engine lights are all on in my car what does this mean

Asked by Dec 14, 2015 at 09:12 AM about the 2006 Toyota Camry LE

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A fault has been detected by the OBDII. Most likely gas cap, by far most common cause of CEL to light. But you can get an OBDII scan, and especially if there seems to be nothing apparently wrong, other than the light. But note: There is nothing wrong with your VSC and TRAC system, The ECU automatically shuts those systems off whenever a fault is detected in the drivetrain so no non-driver input is applied to wheels, power or brakes, which is what VSC does to stabilize car. If you decide to get it scanned, write down the codes and bring them back here

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Auto Zone parts store might/should scan your vehicle for free.

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