20 Most Recent 2007 Toyota Avalon Questions & Answers


Your best bet is to go to autozone.com enter your car info in manuals and you can get step by step instructions FREE. Way to many steps for me to type it out for you. Plus it has pic's.

Mike

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Jul 13, 2019


I have a few troubleshooting tips for your #Toyota Avalon key fob.

First things first, make sure it's YOUR key fob (and you didn't accidentally grab your mom's keys!).

Change the battery

Batteries don't last forever, you'll be surprised how often it's just a dead battery! Search our YouTube channel on how to change a key fob battery for your specific year, make, and model!

Wipe the board
The board inside your remote can get a lot more filthy than you think! When the board is dirty it can prohibit the contact to the circuit board when you push down on the button. Simply wiping the circuit board off can make your key fob like new again!

The old car battery reset trick
I know this sounds absurd, but it works sometimes and is worth trying. If you exhausted all of the options above, disconnect both terminals on your car battery for 10 minutes. Then reconnect them and try your key fob. This has worked for many people and I have no idea why. If you do, please comment below to explain.

New fob!
It might be time for a new key fob! No need to dread over the expensive costs of a new key fob, at Keyless Entry Remote Fob Inc., you can get a refurbished one for a very affordable price! You won't even be able to tell the difference. Just search your vehicle make, model, and year to purchase a key fob or give us a call at 402-671-5100.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Dec 14, 2018


With the phone closed, hold down the multi-function button on the lower-right side of the phone for a few seconds; that will lock all of the buttons on your phone until you either a) open the phone, or b) hold down the same button for another few seconds to unlock the keys.
To the best of my knowledge, there's no way to set the button to ALWAYS be disabled when closed; you have to lock it every time you close the phone.
NOTE: Locking your keys can create another problem, at least on my phone, where I've disabled the option to anser a call by flipping it open (I prefer the option to view the caller and ignore it if it's not a priority). When I receive a call with the phone locked, I have to wait a few seconds after flipping the phone open before pressing the "answer" key; if I answer too soon after flipping it open, the phone tends to lock up for about 30 seconds, which obviously kills the call.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Nov 29, 2018


Thank You Very Much for The Maintenance Required Light Info, as far as the flashing car w the key inside. I'm not sure what key we have? When we bought it it only came with one key so we tried to make a duplicate, which ended up not working because we later found out it needs a chip (or probably what I hear as the smart key?) If the light is supposed to be on (and normal) why does it need reset?

The Maint Reqd light blinks after 4,500 miles, and stays ON continuously after 5,000 miles. This is to remind you that you need an oil change. Give the info from you about your key, you do not have a smart key. You have a transponder key. Off topic, but, FYI, a Toyota dealer can program a transponder key for you.
Back to the Maint Reqd light. Here is how you reset it:
Turn the key on.
Make sure that the odometer reads "ODO", and displays the total mileage traveled...If it displays trip a or trip b, push the black button by the odometer to make the display read ODO.
Turn the key off.
Press and HOLD the black trip reset button until advised to release it.
Turn the key ON. (keep holding th reset button down)
Observe the odometer display.
you will see 5 dashes, 4 dashes, 3 dashes, 2 dashes, 11 dash, followed by five zeros, and the total mileage you started with will re-display.
Release the button.
Turn the key off.

Regarding the flashing light with the car & the key: This is the indicator to show potential theives thatyou vehicle has a sophosticated security system, and it CAN NOT be started by "hot-wiring" it. The flashing light is normal, and consumes no battery power. I hope that this helps you understand these two items better. Thanks for choosing FixYA, and the graciousness of a FixYa rating for my solution to you would be greatly appreciated. Glad to be of assistance; please feel free to call upon me anytime. Have a great day.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Apr 03, 2018


Certainly it could be shocks - worn shock absorber valves can cause some horrendous noises on certain types of road service, though strictly the noise could be caused by anything and there is no point guessing - only a hands-on inspection will reveal the culprit.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Jan 27, 2018


Coolant getting into #1cylinder could cause this.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 10, 2017


You have a battery problem change your battery and every thing will work after try it its worted

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 22, 2017


sounds like the fluid level needs to be checked.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Sep 16, 2017


Fuse block in car or fuse block under hood.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on May 14, 2017


sounds like you have a flat battery

2007 Toyota... | Answered on May 08, 2017


You need the dealer to do a fault code test, this is a common issue in this make, and it seems that it is seldom always the same fault that turns on the lights.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 31, 2016


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2007 Toyota... | Answered on Aug 18, 2016


VSC is Vehicle Skid Control. The system is usually on, but when you turn it off (on my mother's 01 Avalon, it's on the knee bolster, below and to the right of the steering column), the indicator comes on in the cluster to let you know it's turned off - it's just a reminder to you that you don't have that safety net activated. The way the car is set up, even if you turn it off, when you shut down the engine and then restart it later, the system is rearmed automatically.

What I'm thinking is, since you've obviously had the engine on and off and the VSC OFF and TC OFF warnings are still illuminated, you probably have a problem with either an ABS sensor, a yaw sensor, or something related to those, as those systems rely on a bunch of sensors to work. If they have failed, it should illuminate the check-engine light. Stop at Auto Zone or Advance Auto Parts and have them scan the car's computer (it's free). They'll give you a list of the fault codes that come up. If you post them up here, I can define them for you and help you solve the problem - just post them as a reply or follow-up on this posting.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on May 24, 2016


p043e - evaporative emmission system leak detection reference orfifice low flow.
or
  • P0043 HO2S Heater Control Circuit Low (Bank 1 Sensor 3)
  • P0241 Turbocharger Boost Sensor B Circuit Low
  • P0242 Turbocharger Boost Sensor B Circuit High
  • P0249 Turbocharger Wastegate Solenoid B Low
  • P0240 Turbocharger Boost Sensor B Circuit Range/Performance
  • P0241 Turbocharger Boost Sensor B Circuit Low
  • Sorry tried everywhere these are the nearest I can come up with.

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Feb 16, 2016


Most likely a bad fitting fuel cap, here is a link = P0455 Toyota EVAP System Gross Leak Detected

2007 Toyota... | Answered on Oct 07, 2015

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