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My Sequoia abs light and traction light recently lit up. a few days later the vehicle wouldn't start. after replacing the battery, the vehicle was stalling when slowing or coming to a stop. I took it in to Toyota dealing to fix the stalling issue. They said the 'YAW RATE" censer needed replacing. But this wouldn't necessarily fix the stalling or not starting issue. They wanted 1,028.00 to try and fix the codes that came up on their computer.which were the code for abs and deceleration. my question is: will the vehicle have breaking or acceleration or deceleration issues if i drive it without replacing the YAW Rate censer?

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