The vsc light goes on and off and the SUV drops into 4wd when starting the car

Asked by Mar 08, 2013 at 03:16 PM about the 2007 Toyota Sequoia 4 Dr Limited V8 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

4 Answers

It is your computer letting you know that 'vehicle stabilty control' is enabled. I guess it's going to apply whichever brake will keep you stable. I guess this is a good thing and you should be happy about it.

there is a switch or setting on the menu that will not 4wd the default...quite certain you should be able to chose which is the default setting.

I am in Arizona on flat ground sometimes when I start the car and back out of the driveway when I put the vehicle in drive the transfer case or front diff grinds loudly and will act as if it is in neutral. Now the vehicle stays in 4wd.

oh...will have to research this...will get my team of experts on the job....may take a while...

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