Toyota Avalon owners have reported 79 problems related to electrical system (under the electrical system category).
The contact owns a 2011 Toyota Avalon. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 15v047000 (electrical system). The vehicle was taken to a dealer who disconnected the sub woofer as a temporary remedy due to the part not being available. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was notified of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure.
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While the vehicle was at a repair facility for an unrelated issue the mechanic noticed an odor of burning plastic from the drivers side door panel. Upon examination the mechanic found the front passenger window switch on the drivers master window control panel had melted and a hole fused through the side of the switch control unit. The mechanic removed the part however upon replacement of the part the replacement panel began to melt.
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The contact owns a 2012 Toyota Avalon. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 15v047000 (electrical system). The vehicle was taken to a dealer. The technician disconnected the sub-woofer as a temporary remedy due to the part not being available to repair the vehicle. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was notified of the issue. The VIN was invalid. The contact had not experienced a failure.
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I received a recall notice for my 2003 toyta last year. This is my florida car and when I returned to florida last Nov. /Dec. I took it in for recall service to Toyota of stuart. (5101 se federal hwy, stuart, FL tele. 772466 8300). At this visit ,I was told parts are not in and they would call me when parts arrive. After waiting a few months and no call, I went back. I than was told I have to bring car back again so they can measure for replacement part. Then they will call me back for recall repairs after measurement visit which they need to schedule. Never called again for schedule--am I getting a runaround??? .
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The contact owns a 2012 Toyota Avalon. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 15v047000 (electrical system); however, the part to do the repair was unavailable. The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacturer was made aware of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure.
Toyota has known of this problem for years and has worked on the car last year to give a temporary fix, now a few months ago Toyota sends yet another recall for same parts, but yet the dealers nor Toyota has any idea of when this will be available, meanwhile we drive around in fear of unnecessary deployment of airbag. We have been in contact with Toyota and all the local dealers and no one can tell us anything, but on the news the reports say the airbags are being replaced.
Tl-the contact owns a 2003 Toyota Avalon . The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number:14v147000 (air bags) however, the part to do the repair was not available . The contact stated that the manufacturer exceeded a reasonable amount of time for the recall repair. The manufacture was made aware of the failure. The contact had not experienced a failure. Pp.
Recall on 2004 Avalon electronic control module (ecm) second recall on same problem. I would like to have this repaired. Thanks.
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Went to use high beams on desert road towards lancaster CA, put high beams on, they stayed on for about 3 minutes then all front lighting went out. Went to dealer (roseville Toyota) to check on the problem, dealer said they were not covered by warranty even though Toyota knows of problem. Will cost 3,000. 00 to repair with replaced headlight assemblies. Car has only 39,000 miles on it and an extended warranty.
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My high beam and daytime running lights are both not working. The Toyota dealer acknowledged the problem and stated I need to replace the light assemblies along with a new type bulb. I see where this is a common problem with many Toyota cars and Toyota will not cover my car due to it being over their extended warranty period of 5 years by just over a month. I also have a Toyota platinum extended warranty but was told it does not cover my problem. I believe this is a safety issue which should be repaired by Toyota as they know of the problem but restrict the time for repairs for which they extended to 5 years but not for us who are just over by less than two months or even longer. I believe after researching this problem that my vehicle may have more lighting problems which are not present at this time. This is a safety issue and Toyota should be required to repair it at their expense as this is not a cheap repair of more than $1000 per light assembly.
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Idler bearing froze which took out serpentine belt. Lost power steering and cooling and electric. This is the second one I have replaced this year both being oem parts.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2014 Toyota Avalon. The contact stated that the center console became extremely hot to touch and a burning odor was present inside the vehicle. The vehicle was taken to the dealer, who was unable to diagnose the failure. The contact mentioned that the dealer tested the temperature inside the center console, which read more then 140 degrees. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 10,000. The VIN was not available. Djr.
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Tl- the contact owns a 2007 Toyota Avalon. The contact stated that the low beams flickered and shorted intermittently on numerous occasions. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer. The technician diagnosed that only the low beam bulbs needed to be replaced. The vehicle was repaired. However, the failure recurred. The vehicle was taken to a second independent repair shop who diagnosed that the left headlight assembly needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 147,000. Pam.
The contact owns a 2004 Toyota Avalon. The contact received a recall notice for NHTSA campaign number 14v147000 (air bag, electrical). The contact noticed an intense burning odor in the vehicle and the air bag warning indicator illuminated. The vehicle was taken the dealer who stated that the part for the repair may not arrive until two months. The manufacturer was notified. The approximate failure mileage was 63,000.
Electronic control module (ecm) issue: problem w/ intermittent warning lights for air bag some time ago (researching date)- took vehicle to dealership. No more light, but vehicle began stalling/losing power while driving- rarely, but became more frequent over time. Instrument panel/check engine lights will illuminate- now every minute or so while driving. Other people have same problem- NHTSA id 10605681. Took vehicle to dealer late may. Dealer on phone w/ Toyota multiple times + had tech from another dealer come and look at vehicle - could not figure out what was wrong. Dealer now says the ecm faulty. Not repaired, but dealer wants to charge 8hrs of diagnostic time and not repaired - can dealer charge if recall item? my concern is that problem is more than air bags- faulty ecm results in loss of power/control when engine shuts down, stalls or experiences intermittent loss of power- vehicle no longer safe to operate. I cannot drive it; I cannot sell it. Called Toyota, asked for part # of recalled srs/ecm- was told only local dealer has part numbers. They took information and transferred me to "Toyota corporate"- operator id'd as Toyota corporate asked questions, indicated they had documented my file. When I asked operator to confirm items operator had chosen to document, operator refused to respond to my requests for confirmation- I asked for supervisor- was told "no supervisor" there. Operator threw me on hold (on hold for over 30 minutes w/ corporate then transferred me to NHTSA w/out operator ever coming back on the line prior to transfer (NHTSA conf # available). "corporate" indicated that Toyota has no control over dealers- they can charge whatever they want to diagnose even if related to recall notice. Loss of use over 1 month. Dealer said no new ecm replacement part available. Pretty sure recall remedy inadequate.
Tl-the contact owns a 2003 Toyota Avalon. The contact received a notification for NHTSA campaign number:14v147000 (electrical system) and stated that the part needed was unavailable to perform the repair. The manufacturer was notified of the issue. The contact had not experienced a failure. Cs.
Tl - the contact owns a 2014 Toyota Avalon. The contact stated that the information center went blank whenever the sun light hit it. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The technician stated that the vehicle was working up to standard and they could not alter the design of the vehicle. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The failure mileage was 200 and the current mileage was 300. Pm.
I received a recall notice on my vehicle on February 6, 2014 and every time I have called the dealership to have my hvac assembly repaired they tell me that the parts are on backorder. I feel like they are putting me and my safety at risk by not producing a fix for this recall.
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While driving in town at about 25 mph, the car will accelerate by itself to 30mph, even if the accelerator is released. Pushing down on the accelerator has no effect. The acceleration is brief and stops by itself. This has happened several times over the last few weeks. Cruise control not engaged. The car computer was re-flashed at the dealer year to address to address sensitive accelerator issues.
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I was utilizing the high beam lights periodically on a dark evening. Near the end of a 1 hour and 45 minute trip, the high beams gave a slight flicker and went out. Upon examination today, both lights had blown or shattered. I ordered new bulbs today with $35 each.
I was alone in the car and had driven into my driveway (after opening the garage door) to enter the garage. The car suddenly took off and before I knew, I had crashed into the side of the garage and went through it. The car smashed into gardening tools, snow shovels, lawn mower, leaf blower, trash cans, and flowering pots. It came to a stop partly by the coat closet wall that protrudes into the garage and partly by all the stuff that got caught under the car. The garage door railing was damaged and the door was hanging a few inches above my car. I heard things falling above me. I thought that the roof would collapse. I realized that the car was still revving and I shut it. I sat for a few minutes and then I opened the door and ran out into the house. The car, the garage, and garage contents were damaged. The airbags did not deploy. I think it was caused by unintended acceleration. I was driving at about 5 mph in the driveway and I have been doing this for the last 10 years. It appeared that the car just flew and I had no control over it.
Received recall notice from Toyota, March 2014 regarding internal short circuiting of the integrated circuits on the electronic control module. Contact Toyota sept 2014 regarding when this would be fixed. The customer support representative did not know. I believe Toyota has failed to remedy this defect within a reasonable time, that being 7 months from March to September. I am filling a vehicular safety complaint that Toyota has not addressed the recall in a timely manner which could cause inadvertent deployment of the air bags or seat belt pretensioners causing injury.
Car stalling out ,engine light coming on, speed fluctuates, , timing belt change is due. But suspect engine coil pack is failing again. This will be 3 times replaced in 7 years.
The contact owns a 2013 Toyota Avalon. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 13v442000 (air bags, electrical system , equipment) and the part needed to repair the vehicle was unavailable. The dealer was unable to provide an expected date for the part to become available. The manufacturer was not made aware of the problem. The contact had not experienced a failure.
The contact owns 1998 Toyota Avalon. The contact stated that while driving 65 mph, the vehicle stalled as the instrument panel the lighting went blank. The vehicle was towed to a dealer for inspection where the contact was told that there was an electrical failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The VIN was not available. The approximate failure mileage was 230,000.
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|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||
|Horn Assembly problems||
|Ignition Switch problems||
|Car Will Not Start problems||
|Ignition Coils Failure problems||
|Dash Wiring problems||
|Anti-theft Controller problems||
|Battery Dead problems||