Zero Point Calibration step by step help

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    Default Zero Point Calibration step by step help

    replaced the steering rack on a 01 sequoia 4wd, then got the alignment done, I cant seem to re calibrate the steering/yaw sensor points. I followed several different directions posted on this board and other, with no luck, the VSC, TRAC lights are still on, no CEL, no obd2 codes.

    Can anyone confirm a procedure that doesnt require the Toyota SST computer and works?

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    Default Re: Zero Point Calibration step by step help

    bump to the top

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    Default Re: Zero Point Calibration step by step help

    check your mail.

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    Thanks Spinn for trying to help.
    It looks like the sequoia / tundra , requires the SST to complete the procedure. Going to bring it to my local indie, tech said he can do it through the Snapon MB unit..

    Heres the last resort, its a little different than the FSM extract. Also, hw do you turn the key to OFF (LOCK?) with the gear selector not in P? or do they mean ACC and not off?


    Put the transmission in Park, and turn the ignition ON.


    Using a jumper wire, short terminals Ts and CG on the DLC3 diagnostic connector four times or more within eight seconds. This will erase the recorded zero point.

    Turn the ignition to OFF and remove the jumper wire.


    Make sure the steering wheel is centered, and turn the ignition switch back ON.

    The stability control warning light will come on, then go off after about 15 seconds.


    Wait at least two seconds after the light goes off, then turn the ignition back OFF.

    Use the jumper wire to reconnect terminals Ts and CG on the DLC3 connector, and turn the ignition back ON.


    The traction control warning light should come back on and start to flash after about four seconds. The zero point has been reset. The ignition switch can now be turned OFF and the jumper wire removed.
    Last edited by hellspcangel911; 08-02-2010 at 01:41 PM.

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    Default Re: Zero Point Calibration step by step help

    Are you goin' to try that last method out first? I assume once it's reset, the lights will turn off? Hoping that works...

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