Last post on May 14, 2013 at 11:11 AM
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#257 of 259 Re: Hello & Welcome! [jmaxima]
Jul 03, 2008 (6:02 pm)
Hi, John. Welcome aboard!
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#258 of 259 Toyota Highlander Hybrid DVD volume
Apr 18, 2013 (9:51 am)
I own a 2012 Toyota Highlander Hybrid. I purchased this vehicle new from a dealership. The vehicle came with a factory installed DVD entertainment system. My problem is the volume setting of the factory installed DVD. When I switch to DVD setting and play a DVD the volume setting is low. I am required to raise the master control volume about 15 - 20 settings to hear the DVD. The remote control for the DVD does NOT have a volume control setting. Once I switch back to the radio setting I need to turn the master volume control down about 15 - 20 settings because it is too loud. I have showed this problem to two separate Toyota dealers with no success. Their excuse is the DVD is an accessory and has a different volume setting I cannot believe that every Toyota SUV has this same problem with DVD player volume
#259 of 259 2003 Highlander, original owners
May 14, 2013 (11:11 am)
I posted in the "Meet the Members" board for Camry Solara owners for our other car.
As I posted there, I name my cars and my husband indulges me in it. Our light blue Highlander is Galahad. He has about 86,000 miles. You read that right. 86,000. We live in Fresno, nowhere to go unless you're actually going somewhere.
"Gally" has been a good car. No complaints, but a lot of enjoyment. Leather interior (which could use a cleaning) and sun roof (which we don't use but came with the car). He's the right size for our needs, neither too big nor too small. And having no kids means that, aside from a needed cleaning, the interior is near new.
I'm very happy with my Toyotas.