Toyota Sequoia owners have reported 19 problems related to check engine light on (under the engine and engine cooling category).
The contact owns a 2003 Toyota Sequoia. The contact stated that while driving at approximately 55 mph, the vehicle stability control, traction control, and the check engine warning lights suddenly remained illuminated. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The failure mileage was 69,000.
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After cranking the car and driving for a few minutes, the following lights on the dashboard appeared: vsc off / vsc trac / check engine light. I entered the on ramp to the interstate and could not accelerate past 40 mph. Had to pull over and let the car "reset". Attempted to re-enter the interstate and the flow of traffic but car would not accelerate beyond 40 mph and I had my 3 small children in the vehicle. Very terrifying experience. Drove to a dealership that advised me a secondary hose had to be replaced on the engine. Later determined that Toyota released a technical bulletin and are aware of this issue but will not issue a recall. It is an extremely costly part to fix. Parts alone are $3200.
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Check engine light came on and heard a low "supercharger" type noise from the engine. Took vehicle to dealer who diagnosed the problem as an air injection pump problem (codes p1442, p1445) which has been found on 2008-2010 Sequoias. Vehicle computer is operating in safe mode at a reduced capacity until repair is done. Toyota has extended the warranty to 10 years or 150,000 miles for this problem but not for the 2005 model year. Toyota acknowledged the problem in the 2008-2010 model years but would not consider any action or necessary communication for the 2005 model year.
The contact owns a 2005 Toyota Sequoia sr5. The contact stated that while parked, the check engine light, trac off, and vsc trac warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for a diagnostic testing. The technician stated the secondary air intake pump and valve needed to be replaced. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure and stated the vehicle was not included in any recalls. The contact stated a report was filed with the manufacturer. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage and the current mileage was 121,600.
The contact owns a 2005 Toyota Sequoia. The contact stated that the track, abs, vsc, brake, and check engine warning lights illuminated on the instrument panel. The dealer replaced the master cylinder and the brake booster, but the warning lights continued to illuminate. The manufacturer was notified, but denied any assistance with repairs of the failure. The failure and current mileages were 83,000. The VIN was unavailable.
Began acceleration from 35 mph progressing to 55 mph, accelerator left my foot, engine sped up to over 5,000 rpm, applied both feet to brake pedal with all my weight, engine continued to race above 5,000 rpm, put car into drive 1 with no change, engine raced, put car into neutral and engine continued racing over 5,000 rpm, was able to steer car into a ditch, turned off ignition. The check engine light was blinking during this event. I was never able to stop with my brakes. I maintained both feet on the brake pedal during the event with my entire body weight on the pedal and the car never, ever stopped racing.
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I was on my way home from work when the engine light came on for a few seconds then disappeared. Two days later the engine light came on again and the vehicle started to ride rough like it need a tune-up. The engine light disappeared and the vehicle drove fine until I reached home. The engine light, vsc off and vsc trac all came on and the vehicle was riding really rough. I took it to firestone so they could look at but they couldn't figure out the problem. So I took it to Toyota so they could fix the problem. They thought it was carbon build up around the cylinders, so they cleaned all eight cylinders but that didn't work. I still had to pay for it. The finale solution was for them to tear down the engine. They claimed that piston #3 wasn't working at its full capacity after running a compression test but they're not 100% sure. The cost for them to take the head off would be $862 and another $862 to put it back together plus what ever real problem is. The service guy at Toyota said that he has seen three similar problems like this and it cost the customer around $3000. My dvd player wasn't working so the tech tested it and stated that power was going to it and that it should work. Three weeks later the dvd player worked but now my back window didn't. When I push the button for the back window the back wiper comes on.
Our vsc/trac light and engine light simultaneously come on for an unknown reason. Our mechanic can not find a solution. Our emergency brake light comes on and off for no necessary reason as well. This has happened three or four times and no one can fix it. I am afraid to take it to Toyota because of the bad experiences posted online where consumers have received many verying answers, expensive repairs, and in some case, still no solution. We are in the market to buy a new car and it makes resale very difficult with these lights on and no answer as to why they are on. . . And no way to turn them off. . . So we wait. Many people have posted on the internet about this same problem in other 2005 Sequoias. Our computer keeps throwing varying and different errors. . . And my mechanic thinks the errors are not accurate. Could it be a computer or electrical malfunction? please help.
The contact owns a 2006 Toyota Sequoia. The contact stated that the check engine warning light, vsc track, and vsc light illuminated intermittently. The dealer made eight attempts to duplicate the failure. The manufacturer was not aware of the failure. The vehicle had not been repaired. The current mileage was 89,636. The failure mileage was approximately 70,000.
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2005 Toyota Sequoia trac off, vsc trac, and check engine lights all came on suddenly on vehicle with 62k miles. Understand this is common problem and that Toyota has recognized this as a common problem with these vehicles but will not correct. Cost to correct is $1,500 - $2,700.
2002 Toyota sequioa 4wd. Check engine light, vsc off, vcs trac lights are all on and vehicle is nearly impossible to drive in the rain. After checking with multiple sources online and by phone, it appears the "skid control ecu with actuator" is the problem and this part runs over $2000 dollars! I understand repairs come with the territory, but when there are literally thousands of these sequioas with the exact same problem, I just assumed there would be a recall. "not so" according to Toyota. They deem it a rare occurence and a customers problem if no longer under warranty. I bought my vehicle from car-mart and they wont help either. I'm just a working stiff folks. I can either get the vehicle fixed or feed my kids. Guess I'm walking the 45 minutes to work each way when things go bad if toyoyo gets their way. Thanks. Sorry for venting.
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On sept 6,2006. The trac off, vsc trac and check engine lights are coming. My 2003 Sequoia only has 31,786 miles and paid $2891. 48 for the service. Today 8-26-09 my car only has 58,000 miles and the trac off, vsc trac and the check engine lights are coming back, they want to charge to fix the same problem. I am not sure they fixed the previous problem in 2006? because I asked them to save the parts and give it to me when I pick up the car, but they did have it, something is fishy? if they replace now the problem is back, my car have low miles. I do some research on the internet, could be the problem from the Toyota, they need to "recall" all Sequoia to fix the problem. I don't want pay $3,000 every 2 years or every 30,000 miles.
The contact owns a 2001 Toyota Sequoia. The contact stated that the ecu (engine control unit) failed. The traction, skid control, brake, and engine lights were all illuminated on the instrument panel. He experienced no vehicle performance issues, but was alerted to the failure because of the lights. He took the vehicle to the dealer and they stated that the engine computer failed and needed to be replaced at the cost of $2,400. The manufacturer could not assist. The current mileage was approximately 110,000 and failure mileage was approximately 105,000.
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Check engine light,vsc trac,trac off lights all on at the same time.
9/07 - a load noise sounded and the vehicles brakes and steering locked up on me while I was accelerating and approaching a 4 way stop light. I took the vehicle in to folsom lake Toyota for service that day. They told me they could not find the problem, maybe it was do to a low charge from the battery. So I had them replace the battery. 10/1/07 a few weeks later I was accelerating and going on to the freeway when all of a sudden the brake noise sounded the steering and brakes locked up and all my engine lights came on then I completely lost power. I coasted to the side turned off the key and turned it back on again nothing happened so I turned it off and on again and it was working again. I took my vehicle back to folsom lake Toyota and 3 weeks later they still can not find anything wrong with my vehicle.
Check engine light and vsc/traction control lights keep coming on. Took it to Toyota of lewisville, texas on 30 June 06 and again to Toyota of killeen, texas on 15 July 06. Toyota of lewisville told me it was bad gas and that the problem was fixed. On 13 June 06 the light came on but went off after a couple of miles. On my way to dallas on 14 Jun 06 the same thing happened. Later that day on my way back from dallas the lights came back on and I took my Sequoia to Toyota of killeen on 15 July 06. They worked on my Sequoia until 25 July 06. I only had my truck for a day when the lights came back on. I took the truck back to the dealer the next day, 27 July 06, and the service department turned off the lights and an hour later told me my Sequoia was ready and that if the problem persisted to bring it back. Right there in the service bay the light came on and the dealership has had it ever since. I talked to the service rep and he informs me that the computer has been replaced and the problem persist. They checked the fuel and drained the fuel and the problem persist.
Vehicle engine light and vsc off and vsc trac lights all came on and vehicle lost power, stalling completely while driving. Occurred repeatedly. Undriveable and unsafe. Towed to dealer. No specific diagnostic code emerged. Multiple posts regarding this same issue dating back to 2003 on mycarstats. Com and edmunds website Toyota forum. My dealer stated this problem was "unsafe" indeed. My 4 children and husband were with me when it occurred.
While consumer was driving the check engine light/trac light, and abs braking light appeared on the dashboard and remained on. Then, vehicle stalled. Consumer was unable to restart vehicle, and had vehicle towed to dealer for inspection. Mechanic determined that the battery needed to be replaced. Consumer informed mechanic that this problem recurred and had not been resolved.
The front braking system on 2001 Sequoia was replaced and upgraded. The brake jobs were performed at the following mileages: 15k, 25k, 30k, 55k, and 74k miles. The left wheel rattled over the rough road, the rear left strut made a noise when going over bumps due to a broken shock, and the engine light had come on.
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|Engine And Engine Cooling problems||
|Check Engine Light On problems||
|Engine Exhaust System problems||
|Manifold/header/muffler/tail Pipe problems||
|Emission Control problems||
|Car Stall problems||
|Loud Engine Noise problems||
|Engine Grinding Noise problems||
|Catalytic Convertor problems||