Have a fuel smell when 4runner is parked, not while driving. It drives fine but the check engine light and traction control light and vsc traction control lights. I just put it in the shop just wondering if it's the EVAP system maybe? And if I should've reset the computer before putting it in the shop? My wife took it to Autozone they put a scan tool on it. They said it had codes, no specific codes, referring to some part of the fuel system.
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2001 Toyota 4Runner Question: Check engine light on along with traction control and vsc traction control light
Answer #1goodguy November 29, 2012, 05:44Master
you will have to give us the code numbers so we can diag further
ReplyShellqueen, July 12, 2014, 18:11Rookie
I have the same thing right now. This came after a really heavy fuel smell and Toyota said I had a crack or nick in one of the fuel lines. They dropped the tank and repaired the problem for $650. and the fuel smell was not as bad but didn't go away. The three lights came on 3 days later. They said I have an emissions leak. Seems to me this was all one problem that should have been fixed. They didn't give me the code. Any thoughts?
Replygoodguy, July 12, 2014, 19:34Master
we still need the current codes to diag further
Replyyotafan242, July 28, 2014, 19:23Rookie
I have the same exact issue and my codes are p0440 & p0442. We have tried 2 new gas caps, replaced all the valves on the evap system including the canister, and replaced the filler neck on the tank. My mechanic knows there is a leak because the system won't hold a vacuum and the leak is so small it isn't showing up on a smoke tester. It runs GREAT and still gets good mileage. Please help, thanks