2003 Toyota Highlander Owner's Manual

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The 2003 Toyota Highlander is a midsize crossover SUV known for its versatility and reliability. It offers a comfortable and spacious interior, suitable for both city driving and outdoor adventures. This generation of the Highlander began production in 2000 and belongs to the crossover SUV class. It was manufactured by Toyota.

Key Specifications:
– Size: Length: Approximately 184.4 inches to 184.6 inches, Width: Approximately 71.9 inches, Height: Approximately 66.1 inches to 68.5 inches
– Weight: Approximate weight: Varies depending on trim level and configuration
– Wheel Size: Varies depending on trim level

1. Toyota Highlander Base
2. Toyota Highlander Limited

Engine Options:
1. 2.4L 4-cylinder engine
2. 3.0L V6 engine
3. 3.3L V6 engine

Notable Updates:
– Enhanced performance features
– Improved safety measures
– Upgraded technology options

1. Honda Pilot
2. Ford Explorer
3. Chevrolet Traverse

Common searches in the owner’s manual of the 2003 Toyota Highlander include:
– Maintenance schedule
– Tire pressure guidelines
– Audio system operation
– Warning lights and indicators

Common causes of breakdowns in the 2003 Toyota Highlander include:
1. Engine issues
2. Transmission problems
3. Electrical system malfunctions
4. Suspension and steering complications
5. Brake system failures

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