2016 Toyota Highlander Steering problems, defects and reviews. Updated October 14, 2017.

Toyota Highlander Steering problems and reviews: 1.

Are you driving a 2016 Toyota HIGHLANDER, or planning to buy one? Review reported Steering problems and defects.

Steering Toyota 2016
San Diego, CA
Model Highlander
System Steering
Speed 5

Brand New Car In The Shop Twice During First Week. Following Refueling (not Topped Off – Stopped At First Click) The Car Starts Stalling At Red Lights Or At Low Speeds. Has Done This A Dozen Times. On The Highway Car Stutters, Check Engine Light Comes On And Traction Control Becomes Disabled. The Dealership Says This Is Due To Overfilling The Gas Tank And Changed The Carbon Cartridge For The Evac This Is Definitely Not The Case. A Second Refill After The Repair Confirmed That The Problem Exists Even When Filling Up Very Carefully. If Gasoline Is Filling Up This Component Then There Is Something Seriously Wrong With This Vehicle And Its Dangerous To Drive. Again This Car Is Only 9 Days Old And In The Shop Twice For The Same Reason. Losing Power At A Busy Intersection Is Dangerous As This Has Happened In Areas Where Cars Are Moving Quite Fast. I Was Almost Rear Ended When My Car Stalled.

Mileage was 100 miles. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):5TDZARFH4GS. TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 2016 problem was reported in SAN DIEGO, CA. Vehicle was not using ANTI-LOCK BRAKES. Vehicle was not using Cruise Control. VEHICLE SPEED: 5 mph.

Apr 11, 2016

2016 Toyota Highlander problems and complaints, up-to-date recall information and reviews. If you are researching a used Toyota Highlander, driving a 2016 Toyota Highlander, or if you are planning to purchase one, review owner-reported Steering problems and defects.

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