Toyota Sequoia Experts

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Toyota Sequoia Questions

Arlo Blaser
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I Changed My Radiator. Can I Re-use The Relatively New Coolant I Drained Fr...

My original radiator had a cracked top which I "mended" with epoxy while awaiting a replacement. The coolant from this original radiator is still good, since I had to keep topping up over the last f...

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stefanielo7
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I Have Toyota Sequia And Put The Battery In Backwards By Mistake. Now It Wo...

accidently put battery in backwards now it wont run. how to fix?

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ionyejiaka
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How Do You Include Car Analysis In Your Listing On Carguru?

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Willer Brando
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Can I Make 700 Miles To Home With My Coolant Level Dropping?

The coolant level in my 2002 Toyota Sequoia keeps going down to halfway between Full and Low, in about 12 to 24 hours, whether driving or parked. I removed the skidplate and noticed coolant dripping...

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bettycouch7
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My Vsc Light, Check Engine Light, Traction Light And Temperate Gauze Went U...

I waited about three hours before I started my truck and it went off. Then it came back on but the temperature gauze did not go up.

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About the Toyota Sequoia

The Toyota Sequoia, a full-sized truck-based SUV, was introduced in 2001 to fill the gap between the smaller RAV4 and the luxurious Land Cruiser. The Sequoia boasts a lot of towing and cargo capacity, and seats up to eight people. It is only sold in the U.S. and Canada.

The most noticible thing about the Sequioa is its size. It is huge. The Sequoia is a capable tower and hauler, but there are downsides to such bulk. For one, the Sequoia can be difficult to climb into. The controls can also be hard to reach.

Despite being built on a truck platform, the Sequoia is known for handling surprisingly well, and offers a comfortable, quiet ride. Amenity-wise, the Sequoia slots between the lower-priced 4Runner and the cushy Land Cruiser.

The Sequoia is due for a redesign in 2008, and is expected to be even bigger.