Question about 2003 Toyota Sequoia
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have had the same issue twice...My mechanic was able to open the hatch from the outside using an offset screwdriver. When the handle breaks you have a small opening that you can insert the offset screwdrive in...You can feel around and find the actual trigger that releasese the lock....You have to push down on it...and puff it will open..
The reason this happens is that the lock gets gummed up and rusts...It is a porr design...I make sure I lubricate at least once a month to enssure it does not get gummed up
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Error one indicates a bad laser pickup, or a calibration issue. I would recommend a CD cleaner, but, if that does not help, the radio will need to be taken to an authorized service center. The 01 code is rather common to those radios.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Hello, I would firstly check your heater fuse to make sure that it hasnt blown. Make sure that when you turn your heater on that the fan is running, also check your heater relay. These are three basic points to check for starters. I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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