Love my car. Hate constant dash lights
April 18, 2019
For last five years, my dashboard on my 2011 Toyota RAV 4 has had check engine, four wheel drive, and traction control lights on. At inspection time, we spend $95 for a machine to tell us that the O2 sensor needs replacing and $80 for a new sensor. 19 to 20 miles after we get the sticker, the dash lights come back on and stay that way for another year. We just paid $80 for a different sensor before going to get a sticker and lights didn’t stay off long enough to get to a garage to get inspected. Called Downeast Toyota in Brewer where we bought the car and it will cost another $95 to have the diagnostic machine tell us the same thing again. Fed up is the least of my feelings.