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2003 toyota sequoia 4x4 has a limited slip differential?

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SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Sequoia 4WD

Looks like you have a bad wheel speed sensor. But, you will have to get them scanned to determine which one is not being read by the computer.

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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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..

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Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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No you will have to reset the radio to what you like and a clock if there is on.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 toyota sequoia radio error code 1.will not

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.

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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.

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The vsc trac sensor location on a 2002 Toyota sequoia


A speed sensor failure in the rear axel housing has damaged friction plates in the differential (limited slip). This axel should have had oil serviced at 80,000 miles

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Was stuck using 4 lo. Had 3 wheels spinning except l/rear,just sat doing nothing.


4 wheel drive is unfortunately a bit of a myth as in 4 wd any two wheels with no traction will not move you any where
so if you have both rh side wheels slipping,
go no where
left front right rear ,
going no where
the wheel that was not turning was the only wheel that had traction but through the differential action the other wheel spun faster
now with limited slip diff centers , both wheels have to turn as the differential action locks up so yes you would be going some where.
posi traction is the same idea
vehicles that have limited slip diffs are Toyota and Nissan as standard with some Nissans having limited slip diffs in the front drive axle as well
now if you are doing a lot of 4wd driving in adverse conditions , you need to have locker diff centers ( available from off road shops ) as they physically lock the diff actions ( with the flick of a switch) with the result if all 4 wheels are spinning and you are not moving , your stuck but if one wheel has traction you keep moving

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How to shift into 4 wheel drive on a toyota sequoia 2003


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If you have the FX4 option, it does. The FX4 models are basically a standard 4x4 with an Off Road package that includes a few extras like upgraded heavy duty Rancho shocks, limited-slip rear differential, added skid plates for the fuel tank and transfer case, and two "FX4" decals on both back bed-sides instead of the standard "4x4".

I checked the Ford truck forums and found nothing out of the usual for limited-slip differentials as far as having problems. Older years yes, current year don't seem to have problems.

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What make, model, and year is your truck? Does it have AWD or just 4-wheel drive? What selector knob to you have for 4x4 (gear shifter or electrical switch?) Does your vehicle have limited slip or locking differentials? If you have an electrical selector with locking (limited slip) diffs and AWD, that is normal for it to automatically switch into 4x4 when you loose traction.

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