nice hack, but why don't you just put a piece of electrical tape over the warning light?
Not sure what year your Highlander is but I was told that the Highlander will hold 9 codes, similar to the Lexus. This was told to me by the Lexus service advisor who was located beside the Toyota service advisors. We did not talk a specific year so I assume he was talking about the '09. He said all you have to do is enter the 4 winter wheels into the program when they are initially installed and then do a reset when the wheels are switched in the Spring to identify the current serial numbers so it isn't trying to locate all 9 numbers at once. The Highlander service rep said that they had come out with a little sticker to put over the light if that was what was wanted. The probelm is that apparently if you have the Nav system, a warning keeps appearing on it, so the sticker won't help.Okay, so we all know how annoying the highlander is with rotating your winter and summer tires cos it can only read 5 sensors at once, and thus it i will drive some crazy with that big annoying /!\ in the middle of your cluster....
This guys solution for the yaris might be similar, what do you guys think?
Hope this hasn't been posted before....if it has, mods please move it or something....
This sounds great! I can't wait, love your writeups :thumbsup:Folks, I am going to be beta testing a tool in a week or so that will allow owners to do their own tire swaps, rotations etc. I will be posting a complete review on TN in about a couple of weeks.