Question about 2008 Toyota Highlander
It was a flooded salvaged sold
There is a reason flooded vehicles are always a total. The ECU is likely toast. Replacing that may or may not get it going. If it does, it is only a matter of time before something else fails. You will be chasing electrical problems on this vehicle until the day you sell it or push it over a cliff.
Posted on May 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the carb. float is set to high and /or the needle and seat has some dirt in it allowing to much fuel inside the carb.. This will allow to much fuel into the engine.It seems the carb could use a rebuild and dont forget to replace your fuel filter.I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
That is to show that the alarm system immobilisor is on. Shut everything off, close all the doors,windows etc. Lock the car. Then open the car using the remote handset or key and try to start the engine, if it still does not start , then you may have to take it to the dealer to check and reprogramme the system. BTW, did you disconnect the battery prior to this fault ? this would explain why the system is immobilised. Hope that helps
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
Anti lock brakes are disabled. you need to have the car scanned to see which ABS sensor is causing the problem. you can check all the wheels and see if the abs wire going to one of the sensors was ripped out by road debris or ice chunks. you have to look behind each wheel to do this. easier with the wheels off, just follow the wiring and inspect for problems.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
First make sure all tires including the spare have 35 psi, if that is the only problem the light will go off, there may be a reset switch on the lower part of the dash, it says "set" on it, push the button and hold it in, turn the key on and wait for the light to flash three times, release the button, if the light comes back on there is a problem with the system, possibly one of the sensors is not sending a signal, this will require going to a toyota dealer to correct.
Posted on Jul 16, 2012
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