Due to uneven wear of tires and/or at least one of the tires are not inflated correctly, the speed sensor on the wheels detected a difference in wheel speeds and therefore the tire light on the gauge cluster goes on. Don't worry about the ABS light, it meant one of the speed sensors is malfunctioning and you probably lost the ABS functioning which in some dangerous instances is better without ABS and one of the instances is when you suddenly brake, you will end up hitting the vehicle in front of you during functioning of ABS. Without ABS you might be able to stop just in time!
i dont know exactly.
Um... Aren't all brake lights in the back of a car?
The "trip odometer" on the dashboard doubles as a dimmer. So, the solution to no lights inside the Toyota Sienna is to turn the trip odometer up to turn the lights back on.
There is a fuse for these lights. I would highly recommend not doing this as it is illegal.
Turn the stem for the odometer reset
in the engine compartment
there should be a switch on the dash that overrides the courtesy lights, check the drivers manual.
check the fuse that's if the bulb is not burnt out.
You turn the trip odometer button on the dash.
The recommended tire pressure for OEM tires on a Toyota Sienna is 35 psi, but you should pay attention to and follow the tire manufacturer's specifications for any aftermarket brand of tires that you purchase.
Probably a loose wire or a short in the wiring that powers the dashboard lights. Also check the fuses and the wiring to and from them.
i dont think you have chirp only lights will flush
It means at least one of your tires pressure is too deflated. Check the pressure and inflat the tires to the correct pressure and rest the light.
Too much or not enough, probably not enough.
Low tire pressure on the 2011
Can you please restate your question because I have no idea what is your problem.
If you know where to change the odometer/tripmeter display... Instead of pushing that control, turn it counter-/clockwise to dim/brighten the dash lights.
It is located on the left side of the engine on the larger line.
I've researched this on the Internet and apparently the trip odometer button also serves as the dimmer for the dashboard lights. If you turn it (anti)-clockwise, your dash lights should come on. Its mentioned obscurely in the manual.
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on my 98 sienna there is a button on the left side of the dash lower part with a push button not sure if it is in the same place on all models hope that helps
Tire pressure warning light
Yes, in the fuse panel. Open and read your owner's manual.
According to the 1998 Toyota Sienna Users Manual the recommended tire sizes for the 1998 Sienna front wheel drive van are: P205/70R15 - Tire Pressure: 35 psi - Wheel Size: 15 x 6.5jj P215/65R15 - Tire Pressure: 32 psi - Wheel Size: 15 x 6.5jj Wheel Nut Torque 77 lbf
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