Last post on Apr 12, 2011 at 7:35 PM
You are in the Toyota Highlander
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Toyota Highlander, SUV
#5 of 10 Radio changes by itself
Jan 10, 2011 (11:12 pm)
Did you ever resolve this problem? Mine is doing the same thing.
#6 of 10 Re: Radio changes by itself [hybriddenver]
Jan 11, 2011 (6:18 am)
My '02 Camry did it for a month or more and just as randomly stopped. I speculate that something got wet and when it finally dried the problem went away.
#7 of 10 Re: Radio changes by itself [sandione]
Jan 12, 2011 (9:58 pm)
Mine originally started on a road trip in New Mexico...nice and dry. It would appear that lots of people have had the problem. I wonder why nobody has posted solutions. Anybody out there that has fixed it?
#8 of 10 Sequoia radio changing stations on it's own.
Apr 04, 2011 (10:41 am)
Sequoia radio changing stations on it's own. What could it be? Thinking maybe a loose antenna wire behind the unit?
#9 of 10 Re: Sequoia radio changing stations on it's own. [tkori]
Apr 04, 2011 (5:54 pm)
My Highlander does the same thing, usually for a period of about a month at a time. So it's intermittent, but for a long time. It's happened to me at least three times over a period of 4 years. I have been unable to track down any guidance from Toyota or any logical explanations. Good luck! I hope you will let me know if you are more successful than I have been at figuring this out.
#10 of 10 Re: Sequoia radio changing stations on it's own. [hybriddenver]
Apr 12, 2011 (7:35 pm)
I was on TIS site Last week. There is a TSB-0085-10 dated March 9, 2010 Titled Abnormal radio Faceplate operation. This TSB applies to 2008-2009 Highlanders with certain vin numbers also some 2007-2009 Camry and some 2006-2010 Rav-4. Sequoia wasn't listed on this TSB. You might ask at the dealer if a TSB covers your problem.