2001 Toyota Sequoia Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2001 Toyota Sequoia


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2001 Toyota Sequoia
$442 to $653
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$542 to $1,788
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$1,201 to $2,075
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$563 to $816
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A ticking noise may develop from the engine due to a cracked exhaust manifold. Damaged exhaust manifolds will require replacement to correct this issue.

One or more oxygen sensors may fail resulting in illumination of the Check Engine Light.

Toyota issued a recall on the lower ball joint due to the possibility of premature wear from improper finishing in production. The ball joints will be replaced under the recall.

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The fuse that controls my rear lights keep blowing it stormed here and that's when this started.So far I've only replaced the fuse and after driving a shirt distance it blew also please help???

Its having a hard time shifting, like its staying in the same gear then jerks when it shifts into a higher gear. And that's barely taking off from a stop (not taking off fast). I checked the Tranny fluid's its normal, but I'm so lost. Can it be a DIY or would I have to take it to the ...

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The spare tire equipped in the vehicle may not be properly labeled as for "temporary use".  Owners were provided a caution label and insert for their owners manual free of charge to resolve the concern.

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I loved my 2001 Sequoia. It does have issues though. People really need to look at the reports on NHTSA. My ASC would go off randomly on dry roads going anywhere from 5 mph to 65 mph. Never was I skidding. This eventually led to the demise of the vehicle. On 1/6/15 an electrical fire started in the engine while I was driving my son to school. The brakes went out at a red light and then e...

We bought the 2001 Sequoia before anyone else. As soon as it hit the dealership, it was ours. It has been the best vehicle we ahve ever had. We still have it at 140,000 miles. I just replaced the radiator, the only major repair we ahve had other then the brakes. You need to research teh TSB (Toyota Service Bullitens) for the brake issues. They were too small for the size of the vehicle an...

I have a toyota Sequioa with 133K . The transmission went out and it is costing me 3K to get it replaced . Toyota knew the transmission was notany good in models 2000-2006 but they reused to recalll the product . My Toyota was purchased at Lustine Toyota in Woodbridge, VA. Im sickend by this as these vechicles are not cheap . I got more mileage out of an Nissn Maxmium that has over 200K ...

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