While rotating the tires of our van, a stud was snapped on the left rear wheel. The mechanic said we had to wait for the part to come in, but the car was safe to drive. As soon as the van started moving, a light on the dash went on indicating there was lug nut missing. The dealer has replaced it, but the dash light (indicating there is a problem with the wheel) remains on. The manual for the vehicle was stolen so I have no resource to find out what to do. Will the dash light eventually go off?

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Asked by Sep 13, 2007 at 05:05 PM about the 2000 Toyota Sienna XLE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

While having the tires of our van rotated by a local dealership, a stud was snapped on the left rear wheel. The mechanic said he had to wait a day for the replacement part to come in, but the car was safe to drive.  When I left the dealership as soon as the van started moving, a light/logo on the dash went on indicating there was a lug nut missing. The dealer replaced the stud the following day, but the dash light (the one that indicates there is a problem with the wheel) remains on.  The manual for our vehicle was stolen so I have no resource to find out what the problem is or what to do.  Does the computer need time to re-analyze the problem or time to recognize the stud has been rfeplaced?  Will the dash light eventually go off?

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Typically it may take time for the sensors to reset themselves, as much as 150-200 miles of driving or 10-15 keystarts. If it does not reset, talk to the dealership to make sure more is not wrong.

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