2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Electrical System problems, defects and reviews. Updated December 20, 2016.

Toyota Highlander Hybrid Electrical System problems and reviews: 1.

Are you driving a 2014 Toyota HIGHLANDER HYBRID, or planning to buy one? Review reported Electrical System problems and defects.

Electrical System Toyota 2014
Craftsbury Common, VT
Model Highlander Hybrid
System Electrical System
Speed 20

Car Was Driven From Home Location At Approximately 3 Pm On February 4, 2015. After A Quarter Of A Mile An Audible Warning Sounded And The Car Began To Slow. A Flashing Warning To The Effect Of “hybrid System Failure, Stop Car Immediately” Appeared On The Instrument Panel. Car Continued To Slow To About 1 Mph. Pulled Car To Side Of Road And Turned It Off. Consulted Owners Manual Which Suggested Trying To Restart The Car. Restarted. The Same Warning Reappeared. Tried One More Cycle With No Success. Towed To Dealer Next Day. They Were Not Able To Replicate Condition. This Unexpected Condition Has Grave Safety Implications. Consider Driving At Highway Speed In Dense Traffic And Having The Vehicle Effectively Shut Off.

0 person(s) were injured. 0 person(s) died. Mileage was 17200 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):5TDDCRFH8ES. TOYOTA HIGHLANDER HYBRID 2014 problem was reported in CRAFTSBURY COMMON, VT. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 20 mph.

Feb 04, 2015

2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid problems and complaints, up-to-date recall information and reviews. If you are researching a used Toyota Highlander Hybrid, driving a 2014 Toyota Highlander Hybrid, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Electrical System problems and defects.

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