Last post on Dec 31, 2012 at 2:53 PM
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Toyota Sequoia, SUV
#8965 of 8984 Re: Whistling sound while driving [angels07]
May 24, 2011 (10:14 am)
Are you using the stock air filter, or have you changed your air filter recently? I have the 2008 Sequoia, and when I upgraded to a K&N performance air filter, I started to hear a high pitched whistling sound. After trying a second filter, and poking around on these message boards, I concluded that the noise was "normal," and the price you pay for an aftermarket filter upgrade. I think it makes it sound like a turbo / big rig!
#8966 of 8984 Sequoia Engine & Miles
Oct 18, 2011 (8:01 am)
Iím trying to buy an older 2001- 2003 Sequoia. I have seen these vehicles with miles between 80-120,000 miles. I doubt whether I will buy one with more than 120,000 miles.
The million dollar question is what kind of miles can I expect to put on an I-Force V8?
I know maintenance will have a lot to do with this but overall would anyone know what I can roughly expect?
I appreciate you reading this post.
#8967 of 8984 Tire Pressure Sensors
Nov 30, 2011 (10:57 am)
I'm approaching the time when I will need to replace the original tires on my 2008 Sequoia.
My question is, can I use the original tire pressure sensors when I have the new tires installed or will I have to replace them also?
#8968 of 8984 Re: Tire Pressure Sensors [rtribble]
Nov 30, 2011 (4:58 pm)
When I replaced the tires on my 2008 Sequoia at 50k, I did not have to do anything with the sensors. They are still working just fine.
#8969 of 8984 Re: Tire Pressure Sensors [squashuax]
Dec 02, 2011 (9:56 am)
Thanks, I'm thinking of replacing the original Bridgstone Duelers at around 50K also and am about 5K away from that.
Looking seriously at going with Michelin LTX M/S2 as I like Michelins and these have a 70K rateing.
Any thoughts on best replacement tires?
#8970 of 8984 Re: Tire Pressure Sensors [rtribble]
Dec 02, 2011 (11:44 am)
I used the OEM tires, because the price at the dealer was fair, and I didn't want to deal with any issues regarding the speedometer or odometer. Also, I couldn't get the right sized Michelins from Costco!
#8972 of 8984 Need JBL AMP from center console (Sequoia) model 86280-AF020 or 86280-AF02
Dec 04, 2011 (10:57 am)
My JBL center console Amp failed after the warranty expiration so no TSB replacement for me.
Need JBL AMP from center console (Sequoia) model 86280-AF020 or 86280-AF021 or 86280-AF022.
Anyone pull there working AMP out doing an aftermarket upgrade?
Yes, I am watching Ebay daily.
#8973 of 8984 Re: Problems with JBL Premium Audio System [squashuax]
Dec 29, 2011 (1:23 pm)
I have a 2008 Sequoia that was new in 2009.5.
We have had it for just 2.5 years and turned 40,000 when the entire audio/navigation unit blacked out.
After $111.00 at the dealer, they said "yes, its broken." and now they want $2,000 to replace it. I certainly did no expect this quality from a $54,000 SUV.
Very disappointed in toyota quality.
#8974 of 8984 Re: Problems with JBL Premium Audio System [helidork]
Dec 31, 2011 (9:38 am)
I've replaced the aux input twice, and the whole system once. Both were fortunately covered by warranty, with a bit of a fight.
Totally agree that Toyota has gone too far cheapening their vehicles, and quality is suffering.
I can't believe how thin the sheet metal is on my truck. Acorns leave dents.
And my check engine light is coming on every third time I get gas, with the OBDC detecting a small leak in the fuel system. This is usually the result of a loose gas cap, or a bad sensor.
I really thought I was going to get something better from Toyota. It is unfortunate.