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You are in the Toyota Sequoia
What is this discussion about?
Toyota Sequoia, SUV
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#1125 of 2179 Re: Transponder Programming Procedures [momnwife]
May 11, 2005 (8:31 pm)
I don't think that I am allowing to leave any website on the forums so please leave your email here. I will send you the TOYOTA dealer on line. You can view the price and purchase TOYOTA key on line. I don't know how much for 2000 Sienna's key but 2001 and 2002 Sequoia blank key is about $17 each. I guessed your key probably is about the same price. For the Program procedure, I will send you a link as well.
#1126 of 2179 Re: Programming 2001 Sequioa Keys [davedp1]
May 11, 2005 (8:39 pm)
Are you sure you purchased correct key for your 2001. Leave your email here, I will send you the link to the TOYOTA online so you can check the part number for your TOY. Also the link to the Program procedure. I am not allow to post the link on the forums.
#1127 of 2179 Re: 2002 Sequoia SR5 4X4 - Transmission Noise [carlosm]
May 11, 2005 (9:32 pm)
I have a 2004 SR5 2 wheel drive and does the exact same thing. I suspect this to have some connection to the breaks. Try and see if you can notice that this only happens after you release the e-break or foot break, go on reverse, and then put the vehicle in drive. I will definitely try and observe this more and bring up the issue to the dealer with a more detailed observation to narrow down the cause.
May 11, 2005 (9:58 pm)
I have a 2004 Sequoia with almost 23K. Does anyone know if there are grease points within the suspension or drive shaft/differential that needs to be topped. It's my first time owning a vehicle this expensive and not sure if a $31K truck needs this kind of attention. Also, what kind of grease is used. I'm planning on a 2K mile round trip next month and would like to get details like this done for smooth carefree drive.
#1130 of 2179 Re: Sequoia A/C Compressor Issue [vanacoro]
May 14, 2005 (6:01 pm)
I have a 2001 Sequoia with 52,000 mile. My A/C compressor have seized up and I was told I had to replace the entire a/c system and it would cost me $2,900.00. I called Toyota corporate and they are only willing to pay 50% of the cost up to $1050.00 and I would have to pay the entire labor.
Where could I get a copy of the TSB? I would like to find out if there are more A/C problems and how one gets Corporate to pick up the entire bill.
#1131 of 2179 Re: Sequoia A/C Compressor Issue [onplane]
May 14, 2005 (6:29 pm)
I would check nhtsa site because they should have some info regarding any safety recall. I feel for you... Make sure to use .gov when checking. Good luck!
#1132 of 2179 Re: stalling [h2olucky]
May 16, 2005 (11:42 am)
The problem seems to have been corrected by my local technician, he contacted me and indicated that the throttle body and mass a/flow plenum were dirty and sticky. The start up idle has increased to 1200rpm in P and after warm up it's around 900-1000rpm. Previously after a 30 min. run of city/hwy you'd come to a stop and the rpm would be around 300-500rpm and it would stall.
Check and see what the hot idle speed should be, it seems everyone's problem is in 'a foot off the gas, coasting or braked situation'
Local repair shop $69.00 CDN taxes in
#1133 of 2179 Re: stalling [tonim]
May 16, 2005 (11:46 am)
See post 1132
#1134 of 2179 Re: Grease points [pedal2dmetal]
May 16, 2005 (12:27 pm)
I have the same question. I contacted the Chilton's Co. (repair manual) to see if they offered a manual for a 2003 Sequoia and they do not plan to publish one. Our only option is to buy the $90 Toyota version.
Let me know what you find!