2004 Toyota Highlander Owner's Manual

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The 2004 Toyota Highlander is a midsize crossover SUV that combines comfort, versatility, and reliability. It offers a spacious interior and a smooth ride, making it a popular choice among families and individuals alike. This generation of the Highlander was introduced in 2000 and falls under the crossover SUV class. It was manufactured by Toyota.

Key Specifications:
– Size: Length: Approximately 184.6 inches, Width: Approximately 71.9 inches, Height: Approximately 66.1 inches to 68.5 inches
– Weight: Approximately 3,480 pounds to 3,690 pounds (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 safety features
– Upgraded interior materials and design
– Improved fuel efficiency

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

Common searches in the owner’s manual of the 2004 Toyota Highlander include:
– Maintenance schedule
– Fluid specifications and capacities
– Operating the audio and navigation systems
– Troubleshooting common issues

Common causes of breakdowns in the 2004 Toyota Highlander include:
1. Engine problems
2. Transmission issues
3. Electrical system malfunctions
4. Suspension and steering failures
5. Brake system malfunctions

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