If the VSC buzzer does not sound check the Vsc Buzzer

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

CIRCUIT , then do the sensor check again.

• Drive the vehicle circularly by 180 degrees. At the end of the turn, the direction of the vehicle should be within 180 degrees +/- 5 degrees of its start position.

• When the vehicle is driven to circle during the other sensor's check, even if the deceleration sensor check is not completed, the buzzer that indicates completion of the deceleration check may sound.

d. Check the master cylinder pressure sensor.

1. Keep the vehicle in the stationary condition on the flat place for 2 sec. or more.

2. Keeping the vehicle in the stationary condition and the brake pedal in free condition for 1 sec. or more, continue to depress the brake pedal with 147 N (15 kgf, 33 lbf) or more for 2 sec. or more.

NOTE: • At this time, the buzzer sounds for 3 seconds.

• If zero point calibration has not performed, sensor check cannot be completed correctly.

e. Check the steering angle sensor.

Fully turn the steering wheel to either right or left until it is locked and keep it for 1 sec. And then, turn it to the other full lock position and keep it for 1 sec.

NOTE: • At this time, the VSC buzzer sounds for 3 seconds.

• If zero point calibration has not performed, sensor check cannot be completed correctly.

f. Check the speed sensor. Drive vehicle straight forward.

When driving the vehicle at the speed faster than 45 km/h (28 mph) for several seconds, check that the ABS warning light comes off.

NOTE: There is a case that the sensor check is not completed if the vehicle has its wheels spun or its steering wheel steered during this check.

g. Stop the vehicle.

1. Using SST, connect terminals Tc and CG of DLC3.

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

SST 09843-18040

2. Read the number of blinks of the warning light.

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