Q: I think I have every warning light on right now

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Now because I live way out in the country, I buy trucks like my 2008 Toyota Tundra that are said to last longer and run reliably in less-than-ideal weather conditions. This truck was fine up until about 44,000 miles, when every light on the dash took turns lighting up! I am at 58,500 miles now and I am at a loss, I have driven it into town to the dealer 6 times now and I need a solution. What can I do about this? The check engine, 4wd, abs, etc. lights come on randomly.

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