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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-26-2015, 01:58 AM
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Re: Christmas Tree - Brake, Swerve, VSC Off, VSC Trac

I have the same problem, and the brakes are not working, I did replaced the ABS ANTI-LOCK BRAKE PUMP MASTER CYLINDER BOOSTER
but still lights are on and the brake is not working

any advise please
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I have the same problem, and the brakes are not working, I did replaced the ABS ANTI-LOCK BRAKE PUMP MASTER CYLINDER BOOSTER
but still lights are on and the brake is not working

any advise please
G'day,
First thing to do is take it to a mechanic or Toyota with a professional code reader to identify the cause and then you can correctly identify what is at fault, and get it fixed.
So many of these systems are related, without knowing the exact codes being issued, its is impossible to guess the cause.
Good luck,
cheers
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+1 to the fix of swapping out the brake pedal sensor, fixed the Christmas tree for me
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Repair shop said mice chewed some wires. $250 - 300 to fix, a full day job, most of the repair cost is labor.
What wires man?
That is crucial crucial information
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