Why is my Auto LSD light on in my tundra?
The average cost for traction control switch replacement is between $85 and $95. Labor costs are estimated between $37 and $46 while parts are priced at $48.
It is only safe to drive with the TCS light on if it appears when you are losing traction: it means the system is engaging. Driving without traction control can make your vehicle susceptible to spinning out and sliding around on the road. Driving with your TCS Light on can be dangerous.
The rear-wheel drive with automatic limited-slip differential is standard, and the one-piece frame rails with 8-inch cross members and a fully boxed front sub-frame enhance the body with plenty of strength.
The VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) system is a traction/stability control system designed by Toyota and is used on all of their modern cars and trucks, including the Tundra. Like any other electronics system in a vehicle, it can malfunction.
What is VSC on Toyota Tundra?
While the AUTO LSD function is operating the slip indicator light flashes. Push the switch again to turn the system back on. Push and hold the switch while the vehicle is stopped to turn off TRAC and VSC. The VSC OFF indicator light should come on.
If the system indicates your tires may be slipping, the slip indicator flashes to indicate that Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) and/or Traction Control (TRAC) are operating in order to regain traction. If the light stays on, it could indicate a malfunction in the TRAC/VSC system itself.
What does it mean when the TRAC light comes on?
What is Auto LSD warning light?
The automatic limited slip differential or Auto LSD system, enhances traction by using the traction control system to control engine performance and breaking, when one of the rear wheels begins to spin. The Auto LSD and slip indicator lights will come on when the system is engaged.