Last post on May 24, 2013 at 8:14 PM
You are in the Toyota Highlander
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Toyota Highlander, SUV
#18 of 19 Re: 2013 Navigation/Audio System Issue [backster]
May 21, 2013 (11:31 am)
Whatever happened with the Sirius issue? Sounds like the antenna was somehow unplugged when they fixed the first issue. However, I have dropped the signal in the past with Sirius/XM when between large buildings or out in the middle of nowhere. The volume on our radio does decrease slightly when the navigation is giving voice commands. It doesn't drop too much and does not bother me.
On my front I just got off the phone with the general manager of the dealership. Seems like a good guy and got in touch with the regional folks. Around here they have not heard of the issue, but they seem willing to give it an honest try. I did pass on the information you gave me to see if it may help them. Thanks and I'll keep you posted.
#19 of 19 Re: 2013 Navigation/Audio System Issue [pheaton23]
May 24, 2013 (8:14 pm)
Spent about 2 hours yesterday with Toyota's field technical expert--what was determined was the PROBLEM with my sirius is "CHARACTERISTIC" of the highlander. We drove another highlander and it it did the same exact thing--toyota considers this normal. Currently have two other non toyota vehicles with sirius and neither vehicle does this. Also the 08 sequoia that I sold in December didn't do it either. Another loyal toyota owner no more--this will be my last toyota (have had 5 others prior to this one) and last Saturday I bought my son a mazda.
No for you--I had the opportunity to talk to the field technical expert about your current issue and my previous issue and he stated he has seen it before and that the extension module replacement is the fix.--good luck
ANYONE interested in a 2013 highlander limited less than $6500 miles--very seriously thinking of getting rid of this vehicle
good luck Pheaton