2010 Toyota Highlander Questions
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The noise is more of a "whine" - fairly quiet - and only when the car is actually moving forward while the brake is applied - noise is never heard while backing up with the brake applied. The frequency of the noise varies a bit but centers around 330 Hz. Noise is heard when braking at very low speeds (around 10 mph or less). Brake fluid level is normal. The noise can persist for a few seconds after foot is removed from the brake pedal. Heard the moment foot is applied to the brake pedal at low speed - even when braking is very gentle. Despite the noise, the car appears to brake normally but I am concerned of a potential problem.
why does the wiper stop - with open window the motor seems to run ok and I have lubricated the heck out of the wiper shaft
Mechanic says could be catalytic converter and O2 sensor, anyone else have this issue?
Once in 2013,twice in 2014. All on the drivers side. Now my front passenger window won't go up. It is 20 degrees outside. I purchasedmy car in 2012 with 37,000 miles on it
is there a way to override this
How do you change the rear bumper cover for Toyota 2010 Highlander, they are some minor paint scratches that do not look good cosmetically.
where is oil filter?