Active Traction Control light

Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by xaircav, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. xaircav

    xaircav Member

    Got an alignment today and the ATC indicator light is on. Counter guy "thinks" it will go off after "a while".
    Truck is a 2010 TRD 6 speed manual. Your thoughts? Bill
     
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  3. whippersnapper02

    whippersnapper02 Negative Nancy

    Actually ATRAC light or the car with squiggly lines light?
     
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  4. Bogunn

    Bogunn Well-Known Member

    From this day forward the Traction Control/Vehicle Stability Control indicators should be known as “the car with squiggly lines” light.
    That’s awesome Nancy.
     
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    xaircav

    xaircav Member

    I found how to clear it on Google. You jumper two pins in the OBD ll connector. Google sends you to a link on Tacoma World with a clear pic and instructions. Apparently this is a common issue after alignments. I shudder to think what the dealer would have charged.
     
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  6. pondman

    pondman Well-Known Member

    Ask your Alignment guy if he did any Brake Torques , did you notice any New noises , and always know how many miles were on your ride , when you dropped it off ! Have you ever seen Ferris bullers day off ?
    French fries down on the floor ? Ect...
    After several cycles it should go out, or head to auto parts place , they will scan it for Free !
     

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