I find post but not solve my problem. However might help other:
vsc, trac, check engine light all on!
The problem many systems are tied into the Vehicle Stability Control system:
Solution: Take off gas cap and turn back on and listen for ONE CLICK check to make sure it is tight, if not do it again!
Second, pop open the hood, (latch is adjacent to steering column on the left side at the bottom of the dash (two latches one is gas the other hood). Take a small crescent wrench and loosen positive terminal bolt from battery (six to seven turns should do it)
take it off for 30 seconds then place it back on and tighten back on. Turn on engine, if lights did not go off, get a diagnostic check to find the proper code, there are a myriad of problems from a loose electrical connection, to oxygen sensors to brakes, etc.
Hyper is right. Syracuse's approach is is wild shot.The cel is reset by removing +12v but then you cant get it read for a bit. I with hyper, get the codes read.
If something happens right after you take a vehicle for repairs, one should go back. There are dishonest places where they intentionally mess things to create more work, but at times it can be a honest mistake .... like forgetting to tie a ground down or a loose connector near the area they worked on.
If you bought it and replaced it yourself they may not.
Lexus will the expensive rout but you will get it fixed .. most likely on seeing the codes they will replace with oem sensor. Had you looked at this site before, we all ar ein agreement that when it comes to sensors stay with OEM.