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No, but the exact same thing happens to my 2003 Sequoia. I came across a recall for that problem and if you have the lucky vin# toyota will fix it. If not, you'll have to pay yourself even though it's the exact same problem. Toyota's #18003314331. Good Luck!
As with many of these questions, a look through the owner's manual is a place to start. I have a Hyundai, and though it does not have fog lights there is a page in the manual showing what the dash looks like if the car is so equipped and not so eqiupped. Same as on my Subaru, which does have fog lights. The manual shows the dashboard with and without that option. If this was something available as an option, but they put it on after sale then they most likely used the Toyota wiring harness which is ready to go either way, and the pop out plug in the dash for the switch/light so it should be pictured in the manual. If it is a total aftermarket kit then you have nothing to go on unless you take it to the dealer where it was done and ask them to look up their records, it is only 4 years old.
I just looked at a parts diagram at www.toyodiy.com,
and it appears that this bulb is in a bulbholder that fits into the rear of the light assembly. I can't be sure, but it appears that the bulbholder may twist into position.
you to have your system scanned by someone. when the check engine light comes on it puts your car in safe mode it disables vechile speed control and traction as i precaution. if its running ok car is safe to drive. but u need to scan system get the code and repair whatever set the code.. most common is a air fuel or oxygen sensor problem...
Hi. To answer your question, No. The Sequoia has great braking ability, assuming that the brakes have been maintained. Most likely, your rear brake shoes may not be adjusted properly, and that means that the rear brakes are not doing their share of the work. Try this: Put the park brake on, and then drop the trans into drive, and give it a bit of gas. If the vehicle moves at all, the rear brakes need adjusting. This is a very common problem.
hi..You will have to access the fog light bulb from below the vehicle.
Remove the plastic clips from the wheel well cover extension that is
below the fog light.once the clips are out and the plastic cover is pull
down,you should be able to see the back of the fog light.you can try
to replace the fog light bulb by removing the two 10mm bolts and slide
the fog light assemble out through the front of the bumper.Turn the cover
of the rear of the fog light and replace light.
try this out..
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