Scotty, I have a 2004 Sienna (135k miles) and yesterday and today while driving on curvy roads the VSC alret, slip indicator, and audible alarm came on for a few seconds. The brakes were also…

Garyb6

Scotty, I have a 2004 Sienna (135k miles) and yesterday and today while driving on curvy roads the VSC alret, slip indicator, and audible alarm came on for a few seconds. The brakes were also applied. This scared the snot out of me, but only lasted for a second or two each time. After doing some google searches it turns out this seems to occur in Siennas with over 125k miles. The online complaints also seem to have to main themes 1) there isn't a single recognized fix to the problem. It seems everything from a flat tire to computer problems to different sensors have been the issue if one was found at all. 2)Toyota doesn't seem to know what is causing the issue and is in denial. A lot of folks seem to have spent a lot of money having Toyota replace parts that don't seem to fix the problem. Unfortunately, I am 250 miles from home and have to drive it home tomorrow. I'm quiet anxious about it. When I get there I don't want to spend a ton of money on the problem if there is not a known fix. Any suggestions?

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Scotty Kilmer
Scotty Kilmer

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any minor flaw can trip those lights. I would not worry about a trip, but fixing it, yea, could be a absolute cow