2013 Toyota Highlander Air Bags problems, defects and reviews. Updated December 20, 2016.

Toyota Highlander Air Bags problems and reviews: 1.

Are you driving a 2013 Toyota HIGHLANDER, or planning to buy one? Review reported Air Bags problems and defects.

Air Bags Toyota 2013
Toyota
Location
Royal Oak, MI
Model Highlander
System Air Bags
Speed

This Vehicle Has Been Returned To toyota Service Department 4 Times For Message “check Srs air Bag System”. This Message Deactivates The Side airbags From Deploying. toyota Service Has Been Unable To Resolve This Issue. toyota Service Has Done The Following To Correct This Issue. 1) Rest The Message “check Srs airbag System” 2) Checked Sensor And Wiring Under Passenger Seat 3) Consulted toyota Engineers. This Problem Always Occurs Under The Same Condition. This Problem Is Intermittent. This Problem Is A Safety Issue For The Front Seat Passenger. When Front Seat Passenger Is Seated And The Car Is Started The Message “check Srs airbag System” Appears. The Message Remains Until The Car Is Returned To toyota. This Problem Is Not Related To The Weight Of The Front Seat Passenger. This Problem Occurs With Both 120 And 300 Lbs Front Passenger. Thank You! Frank Rakoczy 248-789-6057

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):5TDBK3EH1DS. TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 2013 problem was reported in ROYAL OAK, MI. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control.

July 07, 2014

2013 Toyota Highlander problems and complaints, up-to-date recall information and reviews. If you are researching a used Toyota Highlander, driving a 2013 Toyota Highlander, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Air Bags problems and defects.

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