i just need little help hope you can give advise what to do My slip indicator light is on and i scan it i got this code C1336 z

I just need little help hope you can give advise what to do

My slip indicator light is on and i scan it i got this code
C1336 zero point calibration of deceleration sensor undone

My car has 22000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Experienced mechanics share their insights in answering this question :
Hi there. The code you listed is a Scion / Toyota specific code that indicates that a zero point calibration needs to be completed or the sensor that stored this code is faulty and requires replacement. The process for completing this on most Toyota/Lexus and Scion vehicles can be reviewed by watching this video. If this does not help you, please contact a professional mechanic to complete a warning light inspection so they can help diagnose and isolate the source of this problem.

How to Identify and Fix Common car Problems ?

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In the FIXD app, you can reset the light anytime you want for free. After performing the engine scan, go to the Details page and click the “Clear Engine Light” button. The light will turn off, and any codes stored inside your tC`s computer will be cleared.
The most common reasons a Scion tC has a check engine light are an emissions system component, a sensor, or a catalytic converter. Search our network of RepairPal Certified shops near you to speak with a technician about your issue.
Connecting to an OBD-II Port

You plug an OBD-II scanner tool into it and, in most cases, out pops a code that tells you what the problem is. The scanner also allows you to clear the vehicle`s internal code, which is what triggered the check-engine light. Do that, and the warning light will turn off.

Your Check Engine Light may indicate a simple problem that`s easy to fix—such as a loose gas cap that needs to be replaced. It could also be a warning of a serious problem that could damage your engine components. Your Check Engine Light blinks or glows depending on what`s wrong with your vehicle.
The reasons for a check engine light turning on can range from something minor like a loose gas cap to something more serious like a faulty catalytic converter. It could even be a sign of internal engine failure. Ignoring the problem can turn a potentially quick fix into a costly and time-consuming repair.
If the check engine light illuminates, it will either blink or remain constantly illuminated, depending on the problem. A blinking light, or in some cars a red light instead of a yellow or orange light, indicates a problem that needs immediate attention. Either way, you should have the vehicle checked by a mechanic.
A check engine light will shut itself off if the condition that caused it is remedied. So, if your converter is marginal, and you did a lot of stop-and-go driving, which creates high demand for the converter, that may have turned on the check engine light.
No reset is required. Most of the time, there`s a problem when the check engine light is on.

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i just need little help hope you can give advise what to do My slip indicator light is on and i scan it i got this code C1336 z
ANSWER : Hi there. The code you listed is a Scion / Toyota specific code that indicates that a zero point calibration needs to be completed or the sensor that stored this code is faulty and requires replacement. The process for completing this on most Toyota/Lexus and Scion vehicles can be reviewed by watching this video. If this does not help you, please contact a professional mechanic to complete a warning light inspection so they can help diagnose and isolate the source of this problem.

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There are many small vacuum lines in the emissions control system. I would recommend having a mechanic who is proficient in emissions diagnostics take a look at your vehicle to check for vacuum leaks with a small scale highly accurate vacuum gauge.

If the vacuum readings are low, the mechanic will then inspect your vacuum lines for any holes or cracks that could be causing this issue. Once the vacuum leak has been found, the hose would be replaced upon your request. YourMechanic offers technicians who can perform services like this at your home or business.

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