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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: 2003 Toyota Sequoia 4WD
i have a 2003 sequoia ltd and i can tell you that the virtual traction control lights will come on after ignition and remain on as a result of anything that has affected your vehicle operation. from sensors to seals, the computer is designed to shut down the traction control if it has determined that any part of the engine/mechanical systems has malfunctioned. first it was the abs had to be reset after i slammed my brakes on. next i needed a new fuel/oxygen sensor, the passenger primary, and after having fixed both the traction control operates properly, lights go off after ignition and stay off. i think the vehicle operates more driver friendly when its off, because it doesn't go off every time one of the wheels slips. i expect it will happen next time something else malfunctions, its toyotas way of annoying you into their service shop. go to a tune-up shop, (minitune) instead they'll tell you whats wrong and it'll be cheaper.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
This is a very common problem with the Sequoias (along with broken inside door openers).
Go to www.tundrasolutions.com and find the Sequoia section. There are numerous threads about the steps needed to replace this handle. Some go into great detail about the steps needed and offer fixes to keep it from happening again.
This design obviously has flaws, and Toyota should have acted to fix these flaws much sooner.
Posted on Oct 10, 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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