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Brakes issues even after I fixed it at the Toyota dealership. Rear windshield wiper, rear windshield heating and electrical issues- doesn't work (I have fixed it twice already since 2005), battery died less than 6 months after purchase, car becomes unstable after 65 miles/ hr and unstable when brakes are applied anywhere over 50 miles/ hr, low pressure lights stay on, all the "bad lights" come on for no reason, top rubber lining (not sure what's called) came off. It's endless problems after another. I bought my car brand new, and have always serviced it took it to the toyota dealership but the problems keep growing. Is it just me or is someone else having issues? Stella o

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Wow, that is a lot of problems to have with a vehicle that was problem 47,500 brand new (just guessing) Look up what qualifies in your state as far as the lemon law is concerned. I am sorry you have had so many issues with your vehicle.

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