When i started my car today morning, I saw "Check VSC System" and then it has the check engine light and slippery indicator light on.
About three months ago, I had "Check VSC System" with check engine light ON. I checked the code in Autozone and found that O2 sensor1 was bad. I replaced it.
I live in Minnesota, where we had a snow blizzard this last weekend (4/13/2018). Not sure why VSC(Vehicle Stability Control Light) has come on again.
I searched online, I found that it could be an ABS sensor. Anyone else had this issue during snowy cold weather? Should I worry and check those codes or just turn it off watching a YouTube video?
EDIT - 1
I went to Toyota and checked the code, it was C1201 and another warning I had was gas cap might not have closed well, which causes bad circulation. The Toyota guy googled this code right away and said it might be a break fluid issue. He opened the hood, break fluid was not at the max (little lower than max limit). Then, he topped it off and turned the warning off.
I was googling myself, I found so many threads, most of them were associated with C1201 and C1202. Not sure, which one to trust on.
EDIT - 2
If anyone come across the same issue, this might be helpful. It was "Sequential Multi port Fuel Injection (SFI) System Problems"