If dropped the sensor should be replaced with a new one

2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia

Deceleration Sensor Toyota 4runner

2001 Toyota Sequoia Limited

2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia

Fig. 19: Checking Deceleration Sensor • The sensor removed from the vehicle should not be placed upside dow d. When replacing the deceleration sensor:

Perform the deceleration sensor zero point calibration.

6. IF NECESSARY, PERFORM ZERO POINT CALIBRATION OF STEERING ANGLE, MASTER CYLINDER PRESSURE, YAW RATE AND DECELERATION SENSORS

When having replacing the steering angle, master cylinder pressure yaw rate and deceleration sensors or/and the ECU, make sure to perform steering angle, master cylinder pressure, yaw rate and deceleration sensors zero point calibration.

Zero point calibration is needed not only when replacing the VSC related parts, but also when replacing or repairing the steering related parts and when changing the vehicle's straight-ahead condition for toe adjustment.

• While obtaining the zero point, do not give any vibration to the vehicle by tilting, moving or shaking it and keep it in a stationary condition. (Do not start the engine.)

• Be sure to do this on a level surface (within an inclination of 1 %).

a. When replacing the ECU:

Perform registration to a new ECU.

NOTE: In case of replacing the skid control ECU on the 4WD vehicles, the registration for the 4WD vehicle to the ECU is necessary. If performing this registration on the 2WD vehicles by mistake, the registration cannot be put back for the 2WD vehicle.

After turning the ignition switch ON, with the shift lever in P position, move the transfer shift lever to L4 position.

CAUTION:

2001 BRAKES ABS With EBD & Trac & VSC System - Diagnostics - Sequoia

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