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Bruiser428
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Check Engine And Vsc Lights

I recently turned a corner quickly, it had gravel on it so the tire spun a bit. Shortly after the check engine and VSC lights came on. I looked at 10 to 15 forum chats on the subject and all explained...

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ShannonK
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Engine And Vsc Light

My engine and VSC light stay on, we replaced the gas cap thinking maybe I need a new one, I put the new cap on make sure it is tight the light goes off and stays off for 10 miles or so then it comes b...

754 views with 2 answers (last answer 14 hours ago)
peteymack
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My Two Ac Vents In The Middle Over The Radio Wont Blow Air.

i have a 1995 toyota avalon xl.the ac works fine but the two middle vents over the stereo wont blow air.The rest of the vents work but when adjusting the foot,head foot and head setting to make it go...

7 views with 1 answer (last answer 17 hours ago)
camaroking8
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I Have A Big Water Leak In The Middle Under The Fan And Engine Belts, What ...

Just leaks and overheats can't tell where the leak is from without seeeing a frontend schematic of the engine..

3 views with 1 answer (last answer 6 days ago)
bluuemoney
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I Have A 2005 Toyota Avalon With 130,000 Miles, How Often Should I Change T...

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21 views with 1 answer (last answer about a week ago)

About the Toyota Avalon

Toyota built its first full-sized sedan, the Avalon, to fill the gap left by the cancellation of the upper mid-sized Cressida. First released in 1994, the Avalon is based on the Camry platform but is much roomier and more luxurious. The Toyota Avalon is Toyota's answer to big American cars.

The Avalon, and the Cressida before it, brought a few automotive innovations to the market. For instance, it was the first car to have a built-in 115V AC power inverter.

The Avalon sells well in the U.S., but attempts to market it overseas have failed, and it has been discontinued in places like Japan and Australia.

The Avalon has been criticized throughout its life for having boring, conservative styling, and is seen as an example of Toyota's uncreative design department. However, the latest version of the Avalon is much more stylish and contemporary.