Your volume control contacts are just dirty, if you can pull out your volume knob, pick up one of these from your local radio shack. Spray it in there and it should fix the problem. Had that happen to my Camry's radio too.
All you have to do is pull out the volume knob and spray in there, trust me this stuff is like WD-40 it will reach the contacts. It's basically just behind the volume knob. Like I mentioned I had the same problem with my Camry's stock radio and I just sprayed this stuff and problem hasn't came back.
Your lucky "LT" you won't have this problem because you have the touch screen.
If you have a broken radio volume control shaft, you can buy a replacement at Allied Electronics, P/N EC11E15244G1. The little printed circuit board that it is attached to can easily be removed by unscrewing the three small screws. Carefully unsolder the old volume control shaft (bench vise to hold is helpful). Make sure all old solder is removed so new shaft can be inserted, and soldered in.
The most challenging part is getting the ribbon cable re-inserted when re-installing in the car. I used some curved pliers to hold the ribbon cable, and said some prayers. There is a positioning post for the circuit board on the RHS. Position the ckt board so the positioning hole of the PC board is also oriented to the RHS. It works.
I found PST10HDT head unit. It meets all my needs for my Toyota Highlander 2013 exact it doesn't have a DVD Player.
I have tons old cd discs and I really want the DVD player.
Do you know another Android 10 car stereo with large screens?
Hi, my employee has a 2003 Highlander that’s been dripping transmission fluid. He brought it to a mechanic that said the motor mounts were gone and somehow caused the transmission to drip possibly making a hole in it? How difficult is it to change the mounts on this V6 Highlander?
My wife has an 01 Highlander Limited and recently it started acting up (approx. 90K miles). By this I mean that recently it just would not start. Oh it would crank but then not start... Then, just as suddenly, it turned over and ran as normal.
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This PM she called me...