Toyota 7FDU30:
SAS reset

Hi all,
we have the above model truck that recently had a flat & is now repaired. Prior to the flat tire we've han no issues with truck however; now the SAS light on display is illuminated & alarm will sound - the truck starts, runs, lifts, tilts & travels just fine. You can turn the key off & restart the truck & all is well, no SAS light & no alarm.
So to my question: does the SAS system require a reset after having a flat tire & if so how can one do this with out some $$$ dealer only tools?
  • Posted 16 Jun 2014 23:48
  • Discussion started by todd_l
  • West Virginia, United States
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No a flat tire has nothing to do with the SAS. So no reset would be needed. If it happens the next time the system will display an error code in the hour meter window this will help with further diagnostics.
  • Posted 24 Jun 2014 11:50
  • Reply by Bulldog965
  • Indiana, United States

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