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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Toyota Highlander
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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid
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2012 Toyota Highlander vs. 2012 Dodge Durango: Which One Should I Buy?
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I have 2009 Toyota Highlander, LIMITED.
Since you recently did some work on the driveshaft, I would first suspect there was a problem as a result of the installation process. Before you begin taking the wheel off for inspection, I would connect a scanner to retrieve...
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Car is grinding after driving a distance but nothing wrong with brakes ?
Hi there. It sounds like it could either axle or wheel bearing related. Low lubricant in either of these can create what your experiencing once heated up during use. A visual inspection of the axle boots may help in identifying...
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Brake rotor thickness before replacement
The standard thickness when new the front rotors are 28mm or 1.102 in. The minimum thickness before or after machining is 25.0mm or .983 in. This means you cannot take off more than about 3mm or .10 in if the...
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If I replace the timing belt and all the components (including seals) how much is labor. Should I replace everything?
Billing question is sent to CS for the cost to replace the timing belt, components, and seals, on a 2004 Toyota Highlander.
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passenger side engine motor mount
Motor mounts are evaluated by on the basis of excessive engine movement on acceleration and also physical condition which would include rubber segments out of position, cracks, and deterioration, typically softening, due to engine oil contamination. In addition, some mounts...
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When I go turn my car off and pull out my key, everything shuts off and a few seconds later the radio turns on without the key.
Hi there. There is an issue with the ignition system in your vehicle. Check the wiring under the dash and see if any wires may have fell causing an to be stepped on or come in contact with other wiring....
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What are some signs of the Wheel bearing going bad?
Wheel bearings when they first start to go bad will make a growling noise when driving and increase as speed increases. Then you may start to get a wobble in the wheel and a grinding noise before major failure happens....
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I have 2008 toyota highlander with vsc/trac off check engine light. I took to the shop and get the diagnostic. They are saying it
Hello - the first task is to determine what problem codes are causing the Check Engine light to be on. The VSC/Traction Control messages would be related to a wheel speed sensor, ABS module or brake light issue - not...
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What cause the water gets inside the front driver and passenger floor
Water intrusion can come from a number of places. If the water you see is actually coolant, it would have a sweet smell and more than likely be caused by a leaking heater core. The heater core is generally located...
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Why does my front blower motor not work on my 2013 Toyota Highlander
Hello. If the blower motor is not working it is typically caused by an issue with the resistor, though it can be the motor itself. I usually check to see if the motor is getting power. If it is getting...
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Can the air filters be blown out instead of replaced?
Hi There, In absolute desperate situations this can be done, however the caution is that when you do this, you are creating very small holes and weakening the paper element that makes up the filter. When the motor is running...
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Engine ran for 4 minutes with no oil
Depending on the severity of the heat damage, this may cause bearings to be damaged or destroyed which will ultimately cause many other parts to fail. If this is something that the dealership is responsible for, I would recommend having...
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Changing odometers from displaying kilometers to miles
Hi there, thanks for writing in. All you need to do is just press the trip button on and hold it then you will see that the odometer will switch back and forth on the speedometer from metric to standard...
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My heater/air conditioner blows out hot and cold air appropriately, but makes a horrible grinding noise
This is a sign of a faulty blower motor. As you know, these have electric motors in them that wear out over time and will begin to make squeaking or grinding noises as the bearings begin to wear out. The...
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Car dies, check engine light with codes P0341 and P0346 (camshaft position sensor). Will not start until vehicle cools down.
Hi there. The codes p0341 and p0346 are both related to the camshaft position sensor and are showing that the sensor has lost communication to the computer. Click here for a diagnostic report and diagram about the camshaft position sensor...
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CV boot or full replacement of CV axle ?
This is a common sign of a failing CV joint. A CV (Constant Velocity) joint is a shaft that connects the transmission to the wheels, essentially transferring the power from the drive train directly to the wheels. The CV joint...
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Car is on but the engine won't run
Generally, the check engine light comes on when something fairly serious is going on with the vehicle. This can happen for many different reasons such as a faulty mass air flow sensor, a faulty O2 sensor, a bad catalytic converter,...
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Car Losses Power While Driving
Hi there. When the battery was tested, was the low cold cranking amps all that was reported? If the battery had a bad cell it can create the symptoms you described. An alternator, a slipping drive belt, or a failing...
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What if i pay for mechanic to come to my home and check out car and they determine my regulator is faulty? Do they order and repla
Hi...yes, once the Mechanic completes a diagnosis of a non functioning window and explains to you what has happened in terms of the failure, any required parts, such as a regulator can be ordered once you authorize a repair. If...
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Please, I need to purchase avery good scanning OBDII Tool to make use of
Hi there: If you're looking for a great code scanner that will give you multiple scanning and diagnostic services, the Snap On Versus 2 is a great one to consider. This article will give you a few ideas as to...

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