12 Volt battery Replacement
I bought a new 2007 Camry Hybrid with a Hi-voltage battery and a 12 volt battery. When the 12V failed, I found a new Panasonic battery from Toyota is the only one I could buy as it has two small black ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 07/12/2011
$11,000 for a Single Part
ADAMSTOWN, MARYLAND -- My car stopped working on the way to work. The gasoline engine was still running, but the car would not move. I knew it was the electrical drive system, but had no way to troubleshoot, so I called the ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 08/20/2013
bad main seals
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE -- I purchased a used toyota sienna van with 55,000 miles on it in febuary 2003, on Nov. 2 2004 for the van started smoking profusely out from under the hood when you stopped at a stop light or parked. we ... read full review8 Replies - Latest reply on 05/10/2007
Incident = On 1/19/11 My 2005 Prius began to shake while driving on surface streets. I pulled over checked the car but saw nothing that would cause the shaking.
I then started the car and began to ... read full review6 Replies - Latest reply on 02/14/2011
My cars leaks water
CALIFORNIA -- Toyota has a defective plastic part in the Toyota Rav4's called "windshield cowl" .... this is a plastic piece that sits under the hood and windshield and keeps water out of the car. This is not a mechanical ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 05/15/2013
I have a 2001 4runner. In June 2012 it began to hesitate upon acceleration. It would bog down then accelerate like there was an invisible turbo. Also a severe highway shake. I took it to the dealer North ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 08/20/2012
Currently on television are commercials for Toyota featuring a coach. Bad timing on this - the guy looks like Sandusky and the commercials are creepy given that fact. 3 Replies - Latest reply on 06/25/2012Add reply
Sold a Car With Mechanical Issues
UNION CITY, GEORGIA -- I purchased a car six months ago at the Toyota of Union City and made a trade at the same time. I was skeptical of purchasing the car that I picked out because it was not within my price range, but it ... read full review11 Replies - Latest reply on 06/01/2012
Poor Solution to a Known Problem
CINCINNATI, OHIO -- The door stop on the front driver side of my 2004 Toyota Sienna has failed. I have 118,000 miles on the van as I drove to work 22 miles round trip until I retired.
Based on discussions with the dealer, ... read full review2 Replies - Latest reply on 02/17/2012
NEW CASTLE, PENNSYLVANIA -- My daughter bought a brand-new '09 Prius about four months ago. One month ago she began to experience the faulty gas tank problems and also faulty fuel gauge. She was given a mathematical equation by Toyota certified mechanic and told to calculate her gas herself since the gauge won't do it, but there's nothing wrong with her car (according to him). What a joke. As parents, we were happy when she chose a Toyota because of their quality automobiles. Let's see if Toyota stands behind their product and recalls these automobiles and fixes them properly.3 Replies - Latest reply on 08/11/2009Add reply
A/C Condenser fiasco
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO -- Well I thought I was purchasing the best of the best but as you will see I will shed some light on the truth:
I bought a Toyota Corolla in March 2005 thinking I was buying the "best of the best" "Primo" ... read full review4 Replies - Latest reply on 07/30/2008
I own a 2005 Toyota Avalon XLS with only 70,000 miles. I have already replaced two ignition coils and now another one has to be replaced. There is a total of six coils and I am sure the other three will need to be replaced soon. It appears to me that these are faulty ignition components that average $350.00 per coil. I am not aware of other vehicles having this problem. This seems like low mileage to be having this issue. I have had several factory recalls and now have been informed by Toyota that there is a leak on the power steering unit at a cost of $1,750.00 to repair. I have always owned Ford products and even have had a Ford F250 Truck with over 500,000 miles with no leaks, no engine problems or transmission problems. I am not holding Toyota to that standard.
3 Replies - Latest reply on 08/05/2011Add reply
I am very disappointed in the Toyota product. Please help me become a satisfied Toyota owner.