I disconnect/removed the control panel from the center console and pulled 2 or 3 fuses, 2006 model, no lightsOr my 2005 has different ECU firmware. Now I wonder what everybody with 2005 and up models who upgraded their suspension did to keep VSC and ATRAC working. Time for another thread.
@schradecThis is the method I was trying if it helps/makes a diff. What steps were you using Dharma Dude?
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After you disconnect and reconnect the battery, you have to reset all but the driver's window. Just open and close them from the door of the window and hold for 10 seconds or so.Also now after trying a ZPC and disconnecting the battery to try and reset that way as well I have no more auto down or up on any window switches and the windows can only be controlled by the switch on their doors...
I never did try doing a ZPC with the paper clip. Everything works and I just live with the flashing "off" light. I guess I could tear the dash apart and disconnect the bulb but it's not worth it to me.I had the three lights come on and my DAC didn’t function on my 05 GX470 after doing both front and rear suspension replacement (Icon). The shop that did the install pulled the TEMS fuse (fuse #51 - Electronic modulated suspension). I had all three lights on, both VSC lights and the skid light (no check engine light). I did a manual ZPC using a paper clip. First few attempts with the TEMS fuse out the ZPC didn’t work - lights were still on. Only after re-inserting the TEMS fuse could I get the three lights to go off and reactivate the DAC feature. There was a big difference is what the dash lights did (types of lights and flashing pattern) while doing the ZPC manual reset with the fuse out and then in. With my 05 seems like that TEMS fuse is required.
But just like Dharma Dude my ride height status is lit up, and the ‘off’ indicator is blinking.