how to turn off check engine and vsc lights on 2010 corolla

Asked by Aug 12, 2014 at 10:28 PM about the 2010 Toyota Corolla LE

Question type: General

Car was taken to dealer who said it was a "bad gas" problem - lights were out then turned
back on after $90.00 fee.  How do I turn them off?

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For $90.00 I'd think you can get it done again for no charge. Or discount the battery for about a half hour.

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Drive the car at constant high speed and high revs during approx. 20 minutes (very high revs), to allow the engine to warm up. This should fix the problem permanently. Check my video http://youtu.be/dbvZsR6vluY.

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