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2016 Navigation Disks are Here!!!!!!!

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4Runner 2010 – 2013 E7028 or E7029
Avalon 2011 – 2012 E7031
Sienna 2011 – 2012 E7027
Camry 2010 – 2011 E7024
Camry Hybrid 2010 – 2011 E7024
Prius 2010 – 2011 E7022
Highlander 2011 – 2012 E7033
Highlander Hybrid 2011-2012 E7033
Land Cruiser 2010 – 2011 N/A
Sequoia 2010 – 2012 E7026
Tundra 2010-2013 E7026
Venza 2009 – 2012 E7021

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Corolla 2009 – 2011 E7019
Matrix 2009-20011 E7019
Rav4 2009-2011 E7019
Prius 2010 – 2011 E7023
Sequoia 2010 – 2011 E7030
Tundra 2010-2011 E7030

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Camry 2007 – 2009 E7012
Camry Hybrid 2007 – 2009 E7011
Solara 2007 – 2009 E7009
Tundra 2007 – 2009 E7013
4Runner 2006 – 2009 E7008
Prius 2006 – 2009 N/A
Highlander 2008 – 2010 E7014 OR E7016
Highlander Hybrid 2008 – 2010 E7015 OR E7017
Land Cruiser 2008 – 2009 N/A
Sequoia 2008 – 2009 E7013
Sienna 2006 – 2010 E7007
Scion xB, xD, tC 2008 – 2009 N/A

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Camry 2004 – 2006 E7003
Solara 2004 – 2006 E7001
Highlander 2004 – 2007 N/A
Land Cruiser 2004-2007 N/A
Prius 2004 – 2005 N/A
Sequoia 2005 – 2007 E7006
Tundra Quad Cab 2005 – 2006 E7004
Tundra Access Cab 2005 – 2006 E7006
Sienna 2005 E7006
4Runner 2005 E7006

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Avalon 2007 – 2010 N/A

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(East Disc)
Camry 2002 – 2003 N/A
Avalon 2003 – 2006 N/A
Prius 2001- 2003 N/A
Land Cruiser 2001-2003 N/A
4Runner 2003 – 2004 N/A
Matrix 2003-2004 N/A
Sienna 2003-2004 N/A

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(West Disc)
Camry 2002 – 2003 N/A
Avalon 2003 – 2006 N/A
Prius 2001- 2003 N/A
Land Cruiser 2001-2003
4Runner 2003 – 2004 N/A
Matrix 2003-2004
Sienna 2003-2004

How to check the age of your Navigation Disc:
Generation 2 and 3 Press [Menu] + [System Option]. Data version is displayed
Generation 4 Press [Menu] + [Map DVD]. Data version is displayed
Generation 5 Press [Menu] + [Map DVD]. Data version is displayed
Generation 6 Press [Info] + [Map DVD]. Data version is displayed

2017 Tacoma and Tundra GoPro® Camera Deck Rail Mount

camera-mount

Specifically design to hold a standard GoPro® camera
•Attaches to the factory deck rail on both the Tacoma and Tundra
•Fabricated from anodized cast aluminum with the attachment hardware included
•No tools are required to mount the product
•Includes two tethers which attach to the mount and the camera case for added security

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Seat Cover Material Loose

Some 2012 – 2014 model year Camry/Camry HV and 2013 – 2014 model year Avalon/Avalon
HV, Limited and XLE grade vehicles may exhibit a condition in which the front seat cover material
has become loose at front edge of seat and is hanging below seat assembly. Reinstalling the
seat cover does NOT permanently correct this condition. Follow the Repair Procedure in this
bulletin to address this condition.

Applicable Warranty

  • This repair is covered under the Toyota Basic Warranty. This warranty is in effect for
    36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first, from the vehicle’s in-service date.
  • Warranty application is limited to occurrence of the specified condition described in
    this bulletin.

Repair Procedure

  1. Confirm that the seat bottom cover material has separated from flange.
  2. Seat Cover Coming Loose

  3. Place one seat cover hook (U-Clip) 10 mm inward from edge of J-Hook.
  4. Seat Cover Clip Installation

  5. Repeat on opposite end of J-hook.
  6. Reinstall seat bottom cover material (J-Hook with additional U-clips) to seat frame flange.
  7. Verify seat cover does NOT come loose with weight in the seat.

If you need to purchase a seat hook. You can do so by following this link.

Sunvisor May Move from the UP Position

Many of our Toyota customers have expressed their frustration with their sun-visor not staying up. It can be really frustrating to have it slip down when it is not needed and continue to drop down as you drive and hit bumps in the road.

Here is the latest bulletin from Toyota as to the 2010 – 2013 Highlander.

“2010 – 2013 model year Highlander vehicles may exhibit a condition in which the driver side
or passenger side Sun Visor may move from the stowed position, or may not completely stow flush
against the headliner. Follow the Repair Procedure in this bulletin to address this concern.”

2010 - 2013 Highlander Sagging Sun Visor

It appears that Toyota has changed and updated a bunch of the part numbers to an updated version of the visor.

Check out the full Bulletin here.

Diagnosis of Bluetooth® Connectivity Complaints

Applicable Vehicles:

2007 – 2015 Camry
2004 – 2015 Highlander
2007 – 2015 Tundra
2009 – 2014 Matrix
2004 – 2011 and 2013 – 2015 Land Cruiser
2006 – 2015 Sequoia
2009 – 2015 Rav4
2010 and 2012 – 2015 Prius PHV
2009 – 2015 Tacoma
2012 – 2015 Prius C
2007 – 2015 Camry Hybrid
2012 – 2014 Rav4 EV
2011 – 2014 FJ Cruiser
2004 – 2015 Prius
2006 – 2015 Sienna
2013 – 2015 Avalon Hybrid
2012 – 2015 Prius V
2006 – 2015 4Runner
2009 – 2015 Avalon
2009 – 2015 Venza
2013 – 2015 Yaris
2006 – 2008 and 2010 Solara
2006 – 2015 Highlander Hybrid
2009 – 2015 Corolla

Condition:

Some customers may encounter Bluetooth connectivity concerns such as:

  • Difficulty to pair the phone.
  • Intermittent Bluetooth failure to connect to the vehicle when first turning on the vehicle.
  • Various Bluetooth Audio functions are no longer functioning with customer’s phone such as ability to change the track using the steering wheel controls.

These concerns can be caused by changes made on the customer’s phone. Make sure to inquire with
the customer if the connectivity concerns occurred after receiving an operating system update on their
phone or they have restored their phone data/settings recently.

Recommendations:

  • Check for Tech Tips and TSBs which may address certain Bluetooth concerns with the vehicle’s multimedia system.
  • Confirm known good phone in customer’s vehicle. If known good phone experiences the same condition the vehicle system should be diagnosed using the vehicle’s repair manual.
  • If known good phone does not experience the condition in the customer’s vehicle no repair should be attempted to the vehicle. The following steps can be performed to resolve the most common phone side issues.
    • Confirm if phone has been tested for phone compatibility by going to TIS homepage and Clicking on Toyota Bluetooth Compatibility Information link under Service Resources. If the phone did not pass compatibility testing for the customer’s concern please explain the phone’s limitation to the customer.
    • Disable and re-enable Bluetooth on the phone.
    • Perform “Delete all personal data” on navigation/display audio equipped vehicles.
    • Delete all Bluetooth paired devices on the customer’s phone.
    • Soft reset customer’s phone or pull the battery out of the phone.
  • If the condition continues to occur only with the customer’s phone then the next step is recommended before handset replacement. The customer should do this themselves as it will cause data loss on Android and full system reset on Apple devices. Customer should first backup their phone and data before proceeding.
  • For iOS 7.0 and later, the customer can go to Settings, General, Choose ‘Reset all Settings’
  • For most Android phones, the customer can go to Settings, Backup and reset, ‘Factory data reset’.
  • Customer should first try Bluetooth operation before restoring their phone. If Bluetooth issues are resolved then some software setting or program was causing the concern. If condition is not resolved then the customer should contact the phone carrier or phone manufacturer for support.

Sienna Door Mirrors

2004 - 2010 Broken Sienna Door Mirror

Picture this, you are in hurry to get the kids off to school. They are fighting with each other and with you because they don’t want to go. Your day started out bad because you spilled coffee all over the floor and the dogs ran thru it. That was a 15 minute mess you had to clean up. So finally, you pile the kids into the 2005 Sienna van/school bus and start backing out of the garage when “BAM” you smack the driver’s side mirror on the corner of your garage door opening and it breaks into 20 pieces. You drop your head in disbelief and just wonder, could this day get any worse. It has to be fixed so at lunch you take your Sienna over to the local repair shop to get an estimate and your shocked to see the quote. He quotes you more than retail for the part and points out that it will be 2.5 hours of labor at $105.00 per hour. You can make a claim with your insurance company but you can only imagine how much your car insurance will go up. So now you are looking at a repair in the $700-$1000.00 range and not quite sure what to do.

Does this scenario sound familiar? Well you are not the only one. Backing out of the garage is (in my opinion) the most common reason these mirrors get broken. Cars, Trucks and yes your Sienna van are bigger these days and the size of the garages just have not caught up. I have even seen where the new trucks are so big that they don’t even fit in the garage.

Don’t let this scenario get you down, we are here to save you time and money on this unfortunate mistake. First you have to purchase the mirror. We can help with that. Being a Toyota dealer we can make sure that you get the correct part and ship it to your home, you don’t even need to leave the house. Then if you head over to shareyourrepair.com you can get step-by-step repair instructions to replace the mirror yourself. Great images and instructions. He really took his time and laid out the process clearly.

Cut the cost of getting it from the local repair shop in half by buying it from us and saving the labor charges by doing it yourself you can sleep a little better now that it is fixed.

I hope you enjoyed reading this post. If you did I would love to hear your comments. If you do need a mirror for your vehicle (it does not have to be a Sienna), it could be any Toyota model, drop us an line using our inquiry page. We would love to hear the story and help with the process of getting it replaced.

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Finally…. A way to find your lost keys.

Lost Keys? They’re a thing of the past, thanks to the new Toyota Key Finder. Just download our Key Finder app to your iPhone and you’ll be alerted when you’re about to leave your keys behind. And should you misplace your keys, the app can locate them from up to 60 feet away. What’s more, the Key Finder’s two-way tracking can also bring your iPhone out of hiding.

  • One app monitors up to eight separate Bluetooth devices.
  • Toyota approved accessory which carries a 12 month warranty.
  • 2-Way leash locates your keys/device from your iPhone and vice versa.
  • Has up to a 60 foot range.
  • Uses a standard watch style battery.

Find your keys the easy way

Now Go Find Your Keys!

Prius V – Advanced Parking Guide Initialization

The Advanced Parking Guidance System assists the driver during parking and parallel parking by
displaying an image of the area behind the vehicle and controlling the steering wheel with the
vehicle in reverse.

Removing the short pin or disconnecting the battery interrupts power to the Steering Angle Sensor.
When the short pin is reinstalled or the battery terminal is reconnected, the rear view monitor will
operate, but the Steering Angle Sensor center position must be set through system initialization
before the Advanced Parking Guidance System will become operational.

Initialize the Advanced Parking Guidance System after installing the short pin during Pre-delivery
Service (PDS).

Initialization Procedure
1. Start the hybrid system.
2. Move the shift lever to the “R” position to confirm
that the Advanced Parking Guidance System is
inoperative.
“System initializing.” appears on the rear view
monitor as shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. Prius V Guidance System

3. Move the shift lever to the “P” position and turn the steering wheel lock to lock.
4. Move the shift lever to the “R” position.
5. When “Check surroundings for safety.” appears on the rear view monitor as shown in Figure 2, the initialization of the Advanced Parking Guidance System has been completed.

Figure 2. Prius V Guidance System

Rav4 Shift Lever Slide Cover Deformation

Some 2013 – 2015 model year RAV4 vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission may exhibit a condition where the shifter assembly does not operate smoothly due to deformed slide cover. The slide cover deforms when foreign substances like soda or other liquids are spilled onto the slide cover of the shifter. Follow the procedure in this bulletin to address this condition.

1. Inspect the vehicle for the following conditions:

• Damaged Slide Cover due to deformation or distortion.
• Difficult to move shifter due to interference (binding) of the Slide Cover (as shown in

Rav4 Shift Cover Deformation

Here are the three parts in question (refer to bulletin):

35975-0R030 – Slide Cover – For Position Indicator # 1
35976-0R030 – Slide Cover # 2
35971-0R010 – Position Indicator Housing # 3

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