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#2025 of 2179 Sequoia Fog light relay - which one?
Oct 10, 2010 (9:03 am)
I am working on my fog lights and dont see them listed inside the relay box. I know which fuse it is but need to locate the relay - and Chiltons Manual doesnt show it. Can anyone help?
Also - my power antenna died and Im going to replace it with a fixed mast. That too doesnt not even show up in a repair manual - does anyone know where the access port is for the power antenna - I cannot locate anything in wheel well or door. Glove box maybe? I've had this 2001 Toyota for 220k miles just under 10 years and no regrets. Has saved me bundles vs other big SUVs friends have.
#2026 of 2179 Re: 2003 Sequoia rear door handle [vince28]
Nov 01, 2010 (7:08 am)
Hopefully you have found detailed instructions both here on Edmunds under Sequoia hatch repair and you can find another video on u-tube that shows exactly how to replace
#2027 of 2179 programming transponders Sequoia 06
Nov 19, 2010 (2:44 pm)
I had my master key stolen so I wanted to add an additional master key to my car. I have tried the following procedures many times but could not get the additional key to program:
1) Close all doors
2) Insert your MASTER key (BLACK) into the key cylinder
3) Turn the ignition switch from LOCK to ON 5 times within 15 seconds (key end at ON)
4) OPEN then CLOSE the driver's door 6 times within 20 seconds
5) Remove the MASTER key from the ignition switch, insert the blank key in the key cylinder then turn to ON position
6) While the blank key in the ON position, wait 60 seconds or more to allow the blank key register the key code
7) after 60 seconds, remove the key. Open then Close the driver's door to end the process.
Has anyone successfully programmed an additional key/transponder for Sequoia 06?
#2029 of 2179 Rear Wiper/Washer
Dec 26, 2010 (9:32 pm)
I have a 05 Sequoya LTD. The rear window wiper/washer stopped working after my battery died and I had to replace the battery. What could be the reason for this?
#2030 of 2179 shifter cable broken
Dec 26, 2010 (9:51 pm)
We have a 2003 toyota sequoia, that we LOVE! A couple of months ago the shifter cable broke. We just got the replacement part, but my dh is having a time getting the old one off. Any tips?
#2031 of 2179 Re: 2003 Sequoia Rear Latch/Lock Help [tfultz3]
Mar 02, 2011 (1:45 am)
i got the same damn problem...door handle latch is fine...its seems problem is from cable to actual door latch...did u have any advice...
#2032 of 2179 Toyota Sequoia repair cost vs. Volvo xc90
Mar 04, 2011 (4:26 pm)
I am trying to decide whether to get a used Toyota Sequoia or a Volvo xc90. I had a 02 4Runner until I totaled it last week Anyway, I'm leaning towards the Volvo, because it is smaller and seems to have a better ride, but I am concerned about maintenance costs. Are maintenance costs for the Sequoia comparable to that of the 4Runner? Any input I'd appreciate. Thanks
#2033 of 2179 Re: Toyota Sequoia repair cost vs. Volvo xc90 [maryann12]
Mar 04, 2011 (4:39 pm)
We have a 2001 Sequoia with 160,000 miles. We did the timing belt at 100,000, and since then, the largest repair we've had was to replace both oxygen sensors around 150,000. I did it myself; cost us less than $300 for everything. Don't know anything about a Volvo, but we love our Sequoia.
My wife would like me to throw this in. If you have a dog, you and your dog have probably enjoyed the back window that rolls down on your 4Runner. Sequoia has it, Volvo doesn't. Your dog will miss that feature if you go with the Volvo!
#2034 of 2179 Re: Toyota Sequoia repair cost vs. Volvo xc90 [maryann12]
Mar 04, 2011 (5:34 pm)
I have 165,000 on my very reliable 2002 Sequoia Lmt. Two sets of brake pads on front. One set on back. Just replacing (myself) the second serpentine belt ($60). Second set of Michelin LTX tires went 103,000 miles. (original Bridgestones replaced at 50,000. Just put a Michelins on again at 153,000. ($900 bucks with lifetime BUT divide that by 100,000 miles). Second Transmission "flush" at 165,000. Cost $147.
Two rear latch handles (cost about $50). Change Castrol Syntec oil / filter each 10,000 miles. That's about it. Get about 17 mpg around town. 20 /21 on highway mostly in the 70+ mph range. Lots of discounts available through the Toyota dealers for service. Usually 15 to 20 %.
Basically I'd buy another Sequoia in a flash. Bulletproof. Expect this 2002 to go 300,000 unless you would like to buy it now. (-; sorry not for sale.
Grandkids love it ..... family loves it ..... wife loves it ... likes driving and riding the Sequoia over the Audi A8L.. Although the Audi is the "high speed" cross country cruiser.... and the Saturday to dinner with guests ride!! <(-; No Volvo experience.