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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-29-2017, 08:55 PM Thread Starter
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Need help badly I have 2008 Scion xB and I'm having issues with my vsc when I go to accelerate computer kicks in and the brakes are jerking me around the vsc off light is on as well as the traction control off light is on to only thing I see physically wrong with the car is the right rear wheel doesn't spin freely like the left I replaced the caliper and pads rotors are not worped but still not spinning freely so I'm told it could just be a brake hose but my question is could a brake hose really throw the computer off that bad and I also here something going on with the pedal like a clicking noise sounds like the computer taking over but I'm not sure anything would help at this point
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Howdy! How's your '08 XB now? Much better if you take it to a professional shop.
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Just about anything can throw off the VSC computer! I have a 2001 Sequoia that sometimes will do similar things. The thing that fixes it is to take it to a shop and have them clean all the wheel sensors (about once every 4 or 5 years). Does the trick every time. You might also have a bad VSC module (happened once on the Sequoia - not cheap)...
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Too bad if it is the VSC module. My buddy's Sequoia is having almost the same issue. We will take a look at it right after we finished installing the Poison spyder parts and new tires on the current Jeep project. We will check the wheel sensors first.
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