Out of the four, the Escape with 43. Serious issues about screen, wayyyyyyy too slow, not user friendly. Of course they have to order it. Became so frustrating that I traded for a brand new 2017 Highlander Platinum in December 2016, believing the problem was with my vehicle only. It is a bummer when you are trying to find a location. Then I was told to disconnect my phone completely and remove all contacts, and not use the available Phone feature on the vehicle. This definitely would of had me looking into another brand of vehicle.
Not even 100 miles was on it and the system rebooted while using the gps. This could result in an accident. To be told it is not covered under warranty because it is considered a nice to have not the exact words used by the dealer but basically it's what they were saying is also unacceptable. Yep, it just started happening to me too. I cracked the screen trying to get it to unfreeze or go to other app. A new protruding dash panel and the center console armrest are the lone areas of cushiness. Toyota radio unlock codes Many Toyota vehicles are equipped with radios that require a special anti-theft radio code.
I have less than 400 miles on it. Went to the sales area and asked to see what the '15 nav. Also because there is no history of brand loyalty. So if the radio is actually working, you are stuck listening to whatever station is on. Like that's going to work.
Same experience, with Entune freezing and rebooting continuously. How will I get my code? He suggested I take it to the dealer and have them hook it to their computer. Next, press the trip button meter until it gets to the Trip A odometer. In addition, the automatic locks, heating, airconditioning, and other functions do not work. Many others have experienced similar problems with the same model of car as well. The only difference being that the temperature is now near freezing outside so the heater has been in use.
When tire inflation pressure declines rapidly for example when a tire has burst, the warning may not function. We called the service dept and they said it might need a software update. Or getting blank screen when driving. Thus far, the response and lack of fixes from Toyota is disappointing, per the posts above. This update is designed to improve the performance of your multimedia system. I see plenty of complaints in this forum, and I wonder if there have been any fixes offered by Toyota? He wanted to know how many miles I had on the car and if bought it new, which I did buy it new at his dealership. So I have a 2016 t4r that I got maybe one month ago.
I have tried the setup with the car off and on, doors opened and closed. I hope Toyota resolves this issue without giving me the runaround. The engine also contributes: It can sound loud and coarse, especially when pushed. Another symptom of this problem is that phone calls cannot be placed. Bought a Toyota certified at dealership, push button however in six occasions, car engine would not turn on. We are a Toyota family and have been driving Toyota's since my first car back in the 70's.
Two new safety systems — blind spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert — are optional on Limited trims. Also, based on the complains online, it seems more 2014 Toyota owners have the radio problem. We had a 2015 Avalon before this and was reasonably satisfied but never again. Since I am in sales, I spend a lot of time behind the wheel of my truck and depend on the bluetooth system for talking on the phone, verbal texting while driving, etc. When I got home I turned off the vehicle, then restarted. Newest thing is that when the navigation screen goes black the screen above the steering wheel at the odometer goes black as well.
Told me I had to drive 1,100 to 1,300 miles and then come back. We have 36,598 miles on it so it is outside the warranty. I believe the problem is a wiring problem, not an issue with the stereo itself. Driving down the road, the system just crashes, then reboots…. It will reboot itself, but has to stay frozen and unusable for about 7-10 minutes, or I have to pull over and turn the engine off and turn it back on.