Question about 2002 Toyota Highlander
When I drive my Highlander over 100 miles at highway speeds, my service light comes on. I have not had repairs done mainly because estimates from a Toyota Dealer were over $2000. More recently the estimates are down, under $400.
The dealers say that the problem is with the catalytic converter. But if we drive locally for a while the light goes out. We are also aware that Toyota has issued recalls on the On Board computer.
The question is should we have it repaired? Is it possible that that we are just getting a false error report ?
You should have the Catalytic Converter replaced at a muffler shop,not a dealer.
Then if you still have a problem have the dealer replace the computer(if it was a recall, it will be free)
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Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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