NOTE When reading DTCs be sure to be seated in the drivers seat and depressing the brake pedal

HINT:

If no code appears, inspect the diagnostic circuit, and BRAKE warning light circuit.

If no code appears, inspect the diagnostic circuit, and BRAKE warning light circuit.

Fig. 18: Identifying DLC3 Terminal Connector Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

TROUBLE AREA SPECIFICATION

2006 BRAKES Brake Control - Sequoia

Trouble Area

See

TC terminal circuit

TC AND CG TERMINAL CIRCUIT

BRAKE warning light circuit

BRAKE WARNING LIGHT REMAINS ON

• When the parking brake is applied or the level of the brake fluid is low, the BRAKE warning light comes on.

• If all sensors are normal, a normal system code is output (A cycle of 0.25 sec. ON and 0.25 sec. OFF is repeated).

• If 2 or more trouble codes are identified at the same time, the codes will be displayed in ascending order.

Fig. 19: Identifying Blinking Pattern

Courtesy of TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, U.S.A., INC.

Fig. 19: Identifying Blinking Pattern

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