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Toyota Highlander, SUV
#2631 of 5330 Re: Noise at highway speed [jbradb]
Apr 23, 2005 (3:01 pm)
The bulletin is NV012-01
Toyota Supports ASE Certification Page 1 of 1
WIND NOISE AT "A" PILLAR
November 30, 2001
Improvements have been made to the front door weatherstrip in order to minimize wind
noise on the 2001 model year Highlander.
�� 2001 model year Highlander vehicles.
MODEL STARTING VIN
Highlander (6 Cylinder) 4WD–MCU25L JTEHF21A610032677
Highlander (6 Cylinder) 2WD–MCU20L JTEGF21AX10023377
Highlander (4 Cylinder) 4WD–ACU25L JTEHD21A910009089
Highlander (4 Cylinder) 4WD–ACU20L JTEGD21A210016672
PREVIOUS PART NUMBER CURRENT PART NUMBER PART NAME QTY
67861–48020 67861–48021 Front Door Weatherstrip, RH 1
67862–48020 67862–48021 Front Door Weatherstrip, LH 1
Remove the front door weatherstrip and install new part if applicable VIN.
OP CODE DESCRIPTION TIME OPN T1 T2
671351 R & R Front Door Weatherstrip 0.2
6786# 48020 91 99
Combo A Opposite Side 0.1
This repair is covered under the Toyota Comprehensive Warranty. This warranty is in
effect for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first, from the vehicle’s
* Warranty application is limited to correction of a problem based upon a customer’s specific complaint.
#2632 of 5330 Re: VSC malfunction/brakes locked [robert19]
Apr 24, 2005 (5:17 am)
Wow, my 2004 Toyota Highlander has been doing the same thing you mentioned in your Mar.17 post. I have an appointment tomorrow with Toyota but to have it towed 35 miles to the nearest dealership along will be expensive. I have not been able to drive over 25 mph before the brakes go on and the VSC warning alarm sounds. The "Low Tire Pressure" light has been on since I replaced a very worn front tire about a week ago. Yesterday, I bought 4 new Yokohama's tires (recommended by Toyota) and got the "Low Tire Pressure" light off but the brakes are still locking up and the alarm sounding. I read about initialization after new tires but now I'm really afraid to drive the car the way it is. Any ideas out there?
#2633 of 5330 VSC Malfunction
Apr 24, 2005 (5:33 am)
To clarify my post above (my first, sorry), "robert19" had mentioned the VSC light flashing and brakes locking while driving. Another individual had experienced the same thing. Both have 2004 Highlanders. A technician thought the problem might originate in the sensor of 2004 Highlanders. My VSC system is activated once I hit 25 mph and goes back off when I slow to less than 20 mph. Has anyone else had a similar situation and what was the solution? Thanks.
#2634 of 5330 Re: This is a strange one ... [justbought]
Apr 25, 2005 (6:55 am)
I looked at my wife's 01HL over the weekend, I have no idea how you can get into the ashtray. I checked the surrounding but yes, it's like a puzzle. I hope someone else will come up with an answer. Worst case, just forget it and setup your homelink. Good luck
#2635 of 5330 Re: Automatic Lock/Unlock Doors? [bdyment]
Apr 25, 2005 (10:02 am)
FYI I have a '02 Highlander limited and it does lock & unlock doors automatically. They lock when you shift out of Park and they unlock when you shut off the car
#2636 of 5330 Re: How to hardwire radar detector? [sams_6]
Apr 25, 2005 (10:15 am)
tip you may be able to run the wire through the weather stripping to the front of the headliner, however removing the plastic on windshield pillars (AKA a-pillars) won't damage air bag, just don't shove screwdriver or anything sharp underneath it
#2638 of 5330 Re: Paint Chips On Hood of New Highlander [vlanman25]
Apr 25, 2005 (10:22 am)
try stongard.com and take a look it works well
#2639 of 5330 2001: noise, storage, and radio reception
Apr 25, 2005 (11:28 am)
I just got a 2001 Highlander (34500 miles) and did a road trip from Boston to Ohio & back. I actually love this vehicle, except for a few issues.
Any solutions for these problems?
1- Radio reception
Radio picks up stations like the antenna is disconnected
I see the complaints here, no solutions. I'd taken it in for repair/check on this issue before the roadtrip -- no improvement.
2- no storage
No center console, no place to put change, cup holders waaaay down by the floor (useless).
Same old 'helicopter' painful noise when rear window is down, as listed here.
But, also the fast/wind vibrating/metal sound ...like exhaust manifold or fan-hitting-cowling sound by left/driver side. I assume its that TSB:nv012-01 thing?
#2640 of 5330 Re: Noise at highway speed [highlanderguy]
Apr 25, 2005 (4:10 pm)
Our 2002 did the same - just find the loose roof rack slide clamp and hand tighten.
Annoying wasn't it?