Last post on Mar 20, 2013 at 3:36 PM
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Toyota Avalon, Sedan
#14951 of 14955 Re: 2007 Avalon XLS engine rattle noise [avorunner]
Oct 27, 2012 (3:48 pm)
Contact the area representative for Toyota, explain or use this piece you wrote here. Document ALL the repairs you PAID for, this manager sounds like a jerk.
#14952 of 14955 2007 Toyota Avalon
Jan 15, 2013 (8:33 pm)
In need of a pigtail/park lamp connector plug for 2007 avalon. I understand that these vehicles interchange on the socket and bulb, so the plug should work too, as long as it is a two wire. 98-200 lexus ls400, 01-06 lexus ls430, 05-10 avalon, and 04-10 sienna. I can not believe that I can not buy just a pigtail to wire into the harness to fix my park lamp. It was in a collision with a deer. I guess they want you to buy a whole harness. Anyone have any idea's? I thought maybe there was an aftermarket supplier to connecting plugs. Thanks!
#14953 of 14955 Re: 2007 Toyota Avalon [lanes]
Jan 16, 2013 (7:38 am)
Sounds like you should hit up a local junkyard. It will be dirt cheap and failry easy to harvest.
#14954 of 14955 Re: 2007 Toyota Avalon [tjc78]
Jan 16, 2013 (9:01 am)
There isn't going to be any junkyards where I live with Avalon's and Lexus's sitting in them that they are willing to cut the end off of a good full wiring harness to make $5.00 lol I own a body shop, and I have never gotten them to cut up a harness to sell me a cheap part, unless the harness was trashed. I was looking for more like an aftermarket supplier of some kind, but thanks for the reply.
#14955 of 14955 Re: Poor FM Reception [doobre]
Mar 20, 2013 (3:36 pm)
My Avalon 2008 had the same issue - Am was fine but most of the FM stations were very noisy (static etc). Persued with the dealer very persistently and after they changed THE AMPLIFIER, a marginal improved in sound quality was observed, but it was the HARNESSES connecting Antenna to the receiver that had to be changed that completely resolved the issue. I have an excellent FM rexeption throughout regardless of station or situation (location).