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Check engine light and traction light is on

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas' started by boxxed, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. boxxed

    boxxed [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Leer Cap Kenwood DNX 9140 Boyo back up cam HD Raido Sirius Weather Tech Mats Memphis Audio, Valentine One radar,Tinted windows,Wet Okole's, Bed mat.
    I seem to have lost traction control. I took it to dealer today and they said it was A/F senor that was bad. My truck in a 09 with about 21k miles on it.
     
  2. dog tired

    dog tired Well-Known Member

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    Google AF sensor and it loads page one with Toyota .

    You can't build crap anymore with out it being found out on the internet
     
  3. boxxed

    boxxed [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Yep, bank one sensor one....
     
  4. Capita

    Capita Well-Known Member

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    Same happened to me after 5000km's
     
  5. Crom

    Crom Time is precious; use it wisely

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    It's all under warranty so you should have no issue getting it replaced. Air/Fuel sensors how nice.
     
  6. 05Moose

    05Moose Middle-Aged Member

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    '05 4x4 DC LB SR5 (LSD & Tow Pkg), Timbrens, AAL, 5100s (.85), Owned: 12/3/04 Mods: Fog, Map/Dome Light, Illuminated 4wd Switch, Washable Cabin Air Filter
    And anything that bumps the AF sensor wire can cause it to lose contact tripping both lights. Sometimes all it takes is unplugging the wire and reconnecting it. Happens all the time to people in various models.
     
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