The trip meter is viewed in the small display between the tachometer and speedometer. The car has exhibited this behavior only a couple times while making a right hand turn from a idling start. Already replaced the battery in October 2014 following the first instance. Screen is off, no settings or backup camera etc. Hoping I can find a quick fix or someone willing to resolve this issue inexpensively or better yet, Toyota could step up and resolve the issue themselves as a customer service stand. I have to manually lock and unlock the door.
These cars need to be recalled. I called Toyota and was informed there is no recall however I found there was a tsb? This was the fifth time they have gone out. Took about an hour once parts were available. Problem solved and alarm system works properly. I have another friend who owns a Highlander and he is having the automatic door openers fail. When I discussed it with the service writer, he know immediately what it was, had to order a part.
Which is why I'm reporting this due to recent issue with another car manufacture knowing the ignition switch was bad on their automobiles. Replacement hose not covered under warranty. The technician re-registered the sensor with main computer model. The multi-functional display is located above the radio, between the two upper air vents. Air condition has a slight squeak when it runs. Replaced Left head light, drivers side!!! Problem with electric tailgate 58065 km Bad battery cell.
It shows glass door on the display. Dye was included in the refrigerant and an additional visit will be needed to check. I brought this vehicle to cabe Toyota on July 5th, 2014 for 20,000 miles service and replaced the cabin filter as per their recommendation. I was told by a Toyota dealer ship representative this is a recognized issue with the vehicle. The contact stated that the battery died prematurely. Who made this incredibly stupid decision? Supposedly was some sort of accessory belt clutch relay, but a new relay never solved the problem.
Do I own a lemon? The dealer then replaced the battery and told me that it would be the last time - because it wasn't Toyota's problem. When I told the dealer that I would never buy a Toyota again, they decided to make a repair of their own, where they sawed through the harness and made it possible to replace the terminal only. Had it towed to dealer. They can't tell me why the keep failing. We are told it was due to a spiderweb clogging the system.
Taken into dealership, supposedly a loose connector, easy repair, no charge as still under warranty. Can you tell us exactly what corporate said? Recharging only restores part of the battery. If you can follow a Youtube of the repair you can do it yourself. I also spoke to a local battery expert who said this should not happen. The vehicle was not further repaired. Door locks inoperative, engine starting intermittent, security system going off on it's own.
It seem that the designs of the door actuator are known problem when calling the extend warranty. Also sometimes the tune knob will not change the station or any other adjustments you make with it. Update: I have to go back to Toyota to get struts replace because it finally failed and I cant close the liftgate properly. This must be a defect in the design of these locks. The approximate failure mileage was 48,500. Every time I go away and leave the car for a week, it won't start when I return. Just started this past winter.
It goes off when it gets a bit warmer. An internet search suggested that the most common reason for this is a broken temperature control knob cable. The repair was unsuccessful and will have to go back. It was very distracting and dangerous to be driving at night on the highway with all interior lights on. I checked the battery and that's fine! I have also filed a complaint about intermitent non-acceleration issues, which maybe related. The vehicle has a parasitic battery drain as the vehicle sits.
What does it take for Toyota to recognize this as a safety issue? Seems unnecessary to me, but so be it. Per internet removed the hood latch limit switch. This is the door my 5 year old daughter uses. Just once in a while. Dealer replaced radio under warranty.