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I had an '81 Corolla that had a "sensor" light that came on every 30,000 miles. It was supposed to make you take the car to a dealer so they could check the O2 sensor, or something like that. I never learned how to clear it, just ignored the light for the next 70K miles.
 

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Originally posted by I Lean:
<STRONG>I had an '81 Corolla that had a "sensor" light that came on every 30,000 miles. It was supposed to make you take the car to a dealer so they could check the O2 sensor, or something like that. I never learned how to clear it, just ignored the light for the next 70K miles.</STRONG>
Not sure in the Toyota but my '78 VW had a box on the firewall that the speedo cable attached to. It had a recessed button that you pressed to reset the light. Later VWs have that mechanism build onto the back of the speedometer and there is a reset button there. I'd suggest following the speedo cable and see what its hooked to, those check lights are usually driven off it.
 

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If I remember correctly, there is a switch down by the drivers side kick panel you simply flip. It looks like a little "dip" style switch. Call a Toyota dealer and ask or get on the News Group "alt.autos.toyota.trucks" and post there. There are a couple of Toyota master techs that realy know thier stuff and they would know.
 
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