2006 Toyota Tundra. Engine size = V8.
Warning lights = maintenance required  light on.

I started my truck as I normally do and it revved up but then just idled down and died. I tried several times to restart and the same thing happened. I tried to increase idle and even put the vehicle in gear and tried to move it but it kept dying.
Answer:
The maintenance required light should have nothing to do with the fact the truck is running like this. You may have a large vacuum leak causing it to stall when it idles down. Possibly carbon buildup in the throttle or a problem with the throttle or idle air control. Check for a vacuum leak first then get the computer codes scanned. Many of the large national parts store chains will do this for free.
Toyota Corolla 2004 4 Cyl.
Warning lights- Air Bag light. No code been found.
Air bag light is on, I have disconnect the battery and connect back, as soon I drove the car air bag light come on. I took to the mechanic to diagnose the problem but he couldn't find any code.
Answer:
If the
airbag light is or was on, then there are codes stored in the computer. It is possible his scanner cannot read the airbag computer, or the computer is malfunctioning. A mechanic would have to diagnose the problem of no codes. If that means he cannot communicate with the module, then that is the place to start.
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