27th May 2009, 00:44

Try to check your battery for sufficient current. Can you hear the starter motor running? If you do then you may want to check the ignition.

There are workshops out there capable of diagnosing the Harrier using their portable/handheld computers. How long has it been since your last tune-up? Let me know of your email if you want to discuss this further.

27th Nov 2009, 06:40

Toyota Harrier is an excellent car as far as comfort, space, road holding and power is concerned.

I however wonder why most of them that I have seen have some light on the dash board showing as if the tail light is on.

What does this light mean?

6th Jul 2011, 18:22

In my car, it means a tail light or brake light bulb has blown.

7th Sep 2014, 18:27

Yes, I just bought a 3.5 4WD 2006. On the rev counter dial there is a permanent orange light symbol like a fog light. I can't find the meaning or source of it. TPH, NZ.

26th Sep 2014, 23:19

That is most probably your rear fog lamps, as I have the same switch on my Harrier.

18th Jun 2015, 13:44

You need to use 10W30 oil. Castrol Syntec would do.

Secondly, check the mass air flow meter sensor; it is located just after the air filter box. Use brake pad cleaner or carburetor cleaner to clean it out. There are 2 thin wires inside of this small unit; when it gets dirty the vehicle loses power and acceleration. You may need to replace this.

And change the fuel filter, that should help.

21st Nov 2015, 18:08

My 1998 Toyota Harrier does not engage into fourth gear; instead of engaging, the transmission light switches on. What could be the problem? I love this car, I don't want to sell it.