Toyota Complaint - Low mileage repair - faulty ignition coils
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.
I am very disappointed in the Toyota product. Please help me become a satisfied Toyota owner.