Tire Problems of Toyota Highlander
Toyota Highlander owners have reported 76 tire related problems since 1996. Table 1 shows the 8 most common tire problems. The number one most common problem is linked to the vehicle's tire (48 problems). The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's tire tread/belt (8 problems).
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Tire Tread/belt problems||8|
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System problems||7|
|Tire Sidewall problems||6|
|Tire Blowout problems||3|
|Tire Valve problems||2|
|Tire Bubble problems||1|
|Tire Pressure Light On problems||1|
Recently reported Tire problems of Toyota Highlander
The Tire problem
The vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car was 5TDBK3EHXB_. 2011 Toyota Highlander with less than 13k miles has tires with very little tread left on them. Was told by Toyota tech that it needs new tires. Less than one year old and the tires are balding. Read details...
The Tire Tread/belt problem
The owner has a 2006 Toyota Highlander hybrid. The vehicle's correct tire information is goodyear integrity 101 s tires, size 225/65 r-17. While driving 65 mph, the tread separated from the rear driver side tire. The contact pulled over to a service station. Read details...
The Tire Pressure Monitoring System problem
The vehicle was a 2009 Toyota Highlander. I installed winter tires and wheels with oem tpms and was not able to reset the car to recognize these new sensors. I'm told that I have to have the dealer reset the system twice a year when I change wheels and tires or let the system read failure until I Read details...
The Tire Sidewall problem
The owner has a 2010 Toyota Highlander equipped with toyo a20 tires (na), size 245/55/r19. The contact stated that when receiving the vehicle, it swayed to the side it was turned. The contact called the tire manufacturer who offered no assistance and referred him to the vehicle manufacturer. Read details...
The Tire Blowout problem
The owner has a 2011 Toyota Highlander equipped with bridge stone duler h/l 400 225/r75/19. The contact stated that while driving 65 mph the front passenger side tire blew out. A towing service appeared on the scene to change the tire. Read details...