Last post on Mar 12, 2006 at 7:04 AM
You are in the Toyota Highlander
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Toyota Highlander, SUV
#29 of 38 My 01 HIGH
Mar 23, 2005 (5:48 pm)
#30 of 38 My 01 HIGH
Mar 23, 2005 (5:50 pm)
#31 of 38 My 01 HIGH
Mar 23, 2005 (5:51 pm)
#32 of 38 new step bars
Aug 16, 2005 (11:14 am)
#33 of 38 Highlander in the highlands of Colorado
Sep 15, 2005 (6:51 pm)
This is a 2005 Limited with Nav system. Photo was taken in August near Silverton, Colorado
#34 of 38 Re: new step bars [lgjava]
Feb 06, 2006 (5:16 pm)
Looking good. Was this car in a front end wreck? Paint appears to change behind front door drivers side and rear of front fender on passenger side. Just wondering.
#35 of 38 Re: new step bars [rawhide1]
Feb 07, 2006 (5:04 pm)
No, I haven't been in any accident in my Toyota Highlander. The car is unaltered--apart from my step bars-- since I bought it--brand new.
#37 of 38 Re: HL customized for mid-life crisis [redranger1]
Mar 11, 2006 (4:11 pm)
The logo is affixed to the rear garnish (that's the official name for the trim piece you want to paint) via industrial-strength double-sided sticky foam. If you have very strong fingers you can probably pry it off without any tools. Otherwise a dull knife would work for gently prying it off. Needless to say be careful to not nick the areas of the garnish that is visible. After the emblem is removed use gum turpentine to remove any remaining foam tape. Although in theory it's possible to preserve the logo I ended up buying a new one from the dealer (~$30); it comes with the foam tape pre-affixed.
Good luck, and post some pics!
#38 of 38 Re: Highlander in the highlands of Colorado [phlewt]
Mar 12, 2006 (7:04 am)
Nice shot, where exactly is this location? What other back roads or "trails" is the highlander capable of in the San Juan Mnts. Hope to go exploring there this summer.