Our one owner 2008 SR5 Sequoia was attacked by squirrels who severed about 20 wires on the engine wiring harness coming through the passenger side firewall. It started and ran one day and wouldn't start the next. Upon visiting with the local Toyota service manager, he gave a rough estimate of $7200 to fix, $4700 of which was the wiring harness itself. The car has been the best vehicle I have ever owned and is low mileage. It has not been parked inside all its life and shows some sun damage. It has a few dents, some hail and some parking lot. Kelly Blue Book lists it at $10-12,000. I don't have any insurance that would cover it, having dropped the collision and comprehensive a few years ago, and home owners will not. I have had one mechanic look at it to splice the wires and he declined the job. Two others said they would look at it and have not made an attempt in 6 weeks. One local wrecking yard offered $1500 and one car dealer offered $1000 trade. I would like to hear from some of you and your ideas of which direction to take. Thanks!