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2008 Toyota Sienna Owner Comments

problem #1

Dec 102008


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Speedometer on my 2008 Toyota Sienna appears to be showing a faster rate of speed from 3 different speed radars in the city and county of honolulu. There is a 2-3 second delay, with the movement of the speedometer needle. It is clear, that all 3 radars show a consistent pattern of a 5 mile variance. The Toyota dealership I purchased the vehicle from did not make appropriate vehicle checks to rectify the problem. They have referred me to a local auto repair with a dynometer which is demanding a $95 fee to check the speedometer. A Mr. Kitajima the local representative for Toyota has is refusing to pay for the dynometer check and is indicating that the radar readings are inaccurate. All three radars could not be defective and coupled with the fact that I've also checked the speed with another vehicle using a cell phone to monitor the speed with the other driver. All of these checks, clearly prove that the speedometer is inaccurate. Again, they all show a 5 mile variance of speed between my new Toyota Sienna (2008) and all radars and other vehicle checks.

- Honolulu, HI, USA

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