just bought a 2010 hybrid yesterday. I used the AUX & plugged my phone in & where the back-up camera is, it said to Stop Car and call a dealer imminently..Its in shop now. Are these good cars?

Asked by Jan 20, 2016 at 03:24 PM about the 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am so scared I made a bad call. Spent alot of money yesterday and I have no
idea about Hybrids. My husband doesnt either. We have two small kids who
are always with me. I have read a lot of bad reviews and  really hope its not
the battery bc I see they are around $5,000.00 and I do not have that to
spend no time soon.

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It is always a good idea to read the reviews BEFORE buying. Did you get a warranty with the car?

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Probably nothing serious, let us know what they find.

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No warranty but it was a family friend so she assured me that whatever is wrong with it will be fixed. Its hard not to worry when you spend a lot of money on something and have to call for a rollback to come pick it up. I will let yall know as soon as they call me and let me know whats going on.

Yea I agree, I'm reading reviews after.... gosh I hope its nothing major or they exchange the vehicle.

well they sent me a message last night and said it was a sensor on the transmission and will be finished Friday. Well I sure hope that's it.. doesn't sound right to me. But what can I do?


The more complex a car is, the harder to diagnose and the more expensive the repairs. Hybrids are the most complex cars on the roads today.

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yea i'm learning that. So wish I would have read more about them before buying it. But maybe everything will be fine and me and my boys want break down on the side of the road. Thank you for yalls help. I will keep yall updated on how it goes :)


Good luck to you! Make sure your AAA membership is paid up!

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I guess I will be getting that also haha.

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