2005 Toyota Sequoia Q&A
2005 Toyota Sequoia Question: Brake Booster May Need To Be Replaced?
My check engine light came on, and my check brake light had gone on and off for the last few days. So I took my Sequoia (72,000 miles) in for the 70,000 mile service. The service rep tells me I need new front pads for $189 (understandable), and a new "Skid Control Computer" for $832. Is this reasonable? Also he says that I may need to have my "Brake Booster" replaced for $1,123. Again, the only symptoms are the check engine and check brake lights. Is there some test I can do to confirm if I need my brake booster replaced? Thanks - admccullough
not unless you have a toyota scanner. get a second opinion from another dealer. also, check for any warranty on the module. roy - mastertech6371
adam, what ever came of this repair? I just had the same situation and I'm curious how you resolved the problem. thanks. - jacs