I have a 2014 Corolla S, and the display screen is working but when I touch it registers about a half inch above where I push. Is there a way to calibrate or fix this?

Asked by Nov 16, 2016 at 08:48 PM about the 2014 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I cannot push the buttons on the bottom of the screen at all because of the
difference in where I touch and where it registers. Is there any way to remedy
this without total replacement? Everything else about the display screen is
working fine.

4 Answers

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WE ALL HAVE TO REACH OUT AND LET CORPORATE AS I MYSELF DID KNOW THAT THERE IS A SERIES OF OWNERS HAVING PROBLEMS WITH THE FACTURED RADIOS INSTALLED AND NAVGATION SYSTEMS. I TALKED WITH MS RAGSDALE OUT OF THE MISSISSIPPI LOCATION, AND SHE IS NOTIFY THE CORPORATE OFFICE AS WELL. CALL AND VOICE YOUR OPINION

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Also having this issue did they ever find a solution???

I reached out to corporate started a ticket and then made an appointment at my dealership per corporates instruction. The dealership looked at my vehicle and advised me the only thing they could do would be to replace the radio. My car is a 2014 and has 44000 miles on it currently .. corporate refused to help me with the radio payment. The dealership told me they could install the brand new radio which would have been $800 itself along with $125 payment for installation. I still have the same radio that was ridiculous and I told the Toyota service desk that I would not buy another Toyota because they do not stand behind their products. Apparently my car had a 36000 mile warranty I did not know about which covered the radio if I had known this issue would have been rectified a lot sooner. For now I will just have to deal with it

I had the same problem happened to me just recently. When I tried to add my new phone to my car. I came across this video on YouTube & it worked for me so I wanted to share it. Hope it help someone else.https://youtu.be/CCMDlh5o7wE

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