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#1310 of 1440 2001 Toyota Highlander Running Board Problem
Apr 24, 2007 (4:46 pm)
I have running boards with lights on my 2001 Highlander. The paint on my left running board started coming off a couple of years ago and I had it repaired. It is now coming off again and looks like something is scraping it where it is coming off. I suspect it is something in the left side of the car wash that I go to. Question is...will the car look okay down at the bottom where they are attached if I have both of them removed from the car? Thanks.
#1311 of 1440 Navigation System on base model
Apr 27, 2007 (8:44 am)
I'd like to trade-in my 04 base model TH for an 07 (before the larger model comes out next year), and of course I'd like to have a navigation system but only want the base model.
Are there any dealers who install this into the base models? I live in the NY area.
#1312 of 1440 Re: Navigation System on base model [prnd350]
Apr 27, 2007 (10:44 am)
Save your money on the Nav unit, buy yourself a Garmin Nuvi and with the significant $$ savings have a couple nite out's on the town, or buy yourself another technology gizzi.
#1314 of 1440 2007 Highlander cargo net
Apr 27, 2007 (5:39 pm)
I just picked up my 2007 Highlander Limited and I have the same problem as jgouston (post #1287). I have the cargo net from my 2001 Highlander, but the 2007 doesn't have the same plastic hooks on the sides of the cargo area that were in the 2001.
The cargo net is listed as an available accessory for the 2007, so I assume that it's attachable, I just don't see how to do it. I see the plastic "hooks" to keep the tourneau cover open, but I don't see anything that I can use to attach the cargo net. Hopefully, I'm just missing something really obvious.
#1315 of 1440 Re: 2007 Highlander cargo net [silverltd]
Apr 28, 2007 (4:35 pm)
Usually the hooks for a cargo net are included with the net and need to be installed (may involve some drilling). If you are trying to use a cargo net from a previous vehicle, then the hooks won't be there (unless the car came with a cargo net). I don't know whether you can purchase the hooks separately from the net.
#1316 of 1440 Re: They are already online - $10 please [desertfox1]
Apr 29, 2007 (9:55 am)
Sorry for the confusion. When you pay your $10 by credit card, you create an account with a login ID and password. They expire when your subscription expires.
#1317 of 1440 Re: 2007 Highlander cargo net [silverltd]
Apr 29, 2007 (10:02 am)
I also just got an '07, and traded in an '02. It's a little different scenario for me. My '07 came with a new cargo net, and had the two upper snap-in hooks already installed in the trim panel.
So now I have two cargo nets. I'm hoping to find a someone who can use the old one - i think it fits all 2001-2005's. I'll tell you this, though - the nets themselves are the same. All you'd need to get is the snap in hooks, and gall to drill the two small holes in your new HL. If you're lucky, the Dealer will sell you just the hooks, and let you peek at the kit's instructions that tell you how big the holes should be, and exactly where they go.
#1318 of 1440 Re: 2007 Highlander cargo net [ecotrklvr]
Apr 29, 2007 (4:24 pm)
Thanks for the information about the cargo net. I'm disappointed, but at least I know that I didn't miss something obvious. I'm not sure that I have the nerve to drill holes in my brand new Highlander, maybe I'll talk to the service department when I bring it in for its first oil change.
#1319 of 1440 Re: Navigation System on base model [my001]
Apr 30, 2007 (4:13 am)
How much to install the AVIC unit?
I could do the Garmin, however I can't leave it out in the car when parked hence my desire for an in-dash unit, even with the much higher price.