Fixing Toyota Highlander Glitch

May 15, 2023
Some 2017 Toyota Highlander vehicles equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission may exhibit a lack of power, high RPM shift point at the 2-3 shift, and/or hesitation in low gears.

Some 2017 Toyota Highlander vehicles equipped with an 8-speed automatic transmission may exhibit a lack of power, high RPM shift point at the 2-3 shift, and/or hesitation in low gears.

Vehicles equipped with the start/stop feature may also experience extended crank and RPM fluctuation during or immediately following engine restart. The ECM logic has been modified. Reprogram to the latest calibration.

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