Question about 2007 Toyota Sequoia
Sorry to bother you again Toyota Ed but I want to clarify my problem. My new sequoia rides higher on the passengers side; 1/4 inch in the right front and 1/2 to 3/4 inch in the right rear. I do not engage any of the controls while moving, this suspension comes with toyota electronic modulated suspension. The service manager says this is normal for these systems. If I raise or lower the suspension, the right is always higher when parked in my garage. What should I do? Sometimes it is noticeable and bothersome, My wife keeps nagging. One Sunday morning went to the local dealership when closed, of course. Measure couple of land cruisers and platinum sequoias and couple were uneven while others seemed aligned. Thanks for your response. PS: Sweating in south texas.
I think that you need a recalibration of the ride height sensors. Unfortunatly, this can only be done with a tool that the Toyota dealership has in the shop. I just did a Landcruiser with the same suspension, and it took me a while, could NOT get it right, I ended up having to replace one of the height sensors, but there were NO DTC codes in the suspension ECU. You either need a recalibration, or a sensor replacement, followed by a recalibration. I know this may not help you "do it yourself", but, this is what you need. A FixYa rating would be greatly appreciated. Hope I helped you out. Sorry about the sweating in TX. Nice here in PA.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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