My VSC light came on in my car. It starts but it won't go anywhere. I pushed on the gas but no power. I can feel it shift into gear but again no power when push on gas. Someone help me please!

Asked by Dec 30, 2014 at 12:50 AM about the 2007 Toyota Camry Solara 2 Dr Sport Convertible

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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28,715

Sounds like you MAY have 2 different issues going on, IMHO. Does the VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) light come on when you start the car and then turn off after a few secs (possible a normal self-diagnostic start up procedure for this car) ....OR does it stay on continuously? Also, if you're can shift into Drive or Reverse and the car doesn't move sounds like a transmission issue. I'd get the car looked at for the VSC light (if it always stays on) and the trans. Good Luck!

375

there is a recall for that t any GM dealership it has something to do with the throttle bottle

28,715

@archiehill....But this is a Toyota Camry, not a GM vehicle. Did you mean to say Toyota has a recall on this??

375

sorry don't know why I thought you were working with a GM But t sounds a lot like the problem I had with my GM maybe you should check into weather or not Toyota has the same sort o a recall. Once again my apologies

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