Vehicle stability issues

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Asked by Apr 15, 2017 at 06:25 PM about the 2002 Toyota Camry SE V6

Question type: General

When making a gradual right turn the cars vhs
light will come and it will beep and sometimes the
brakes will grab while it's happening. Could it be a
wheel speed/abs sensor?

10 Answers

66,385

Could be. Are any warning lights illuminated on the instrument panel?

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No. There is a check engine light but i know thats for the evap. system. Theres lights now because i pulled the fuse for abs which also includes traction and abs. But before that the lights had been on speratically but they would always go off after a day or so.

66,385

You pulled the ABS fuse?!?! Why would you do that. Sounds like you need to get that car to a competent mechanic.

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Bitch i pulled the abs fuse because the fucking car would apply the brakes and it pulled me into another lane. You need to get off my post beause its obvious you dont know shit either. I asked the question to learn and figure out what it is i need to do to fix it. Not to be judged by some incompetent ass like you.

66,385

I think we all know who the incompetent ass is, and it's not me. Again you need to take your car to someone that knows what they are doing cause you, my friend, don't have a clue. Best of luck with it.

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45

I believe you are the incompetent ass here. Im ony 16 years old. Im still going to school. Im not some old asshole who thinks he knows everything and tries to start shit on a fucking car website.

66,385

Your mother needs to take a bar of soap and insert it in your foul mouth and swish it around it until those filthy words are gone.

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4,200

Indeed a Wheel speed sensor malfunction is a possibility A bidirectional Scan Tool with wheel speed monitoring is required for proper diagnosis.

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45

Thank you very much

4,200

cblythe....did you ever resolve the issue with this vehicle?

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