2007 highlander


Q. I have a 2007 Toyota Highlander.  Last week, the skid control (don’t know exactly what it is called but it is supposed to alarm and assist on slippery spots) started to alarm.  My husband and I take the same slightly windy road, Hwy 229, from Poyen to Bryant each day and it has been happening on almost every curve to the right. 


As much as I would like to blame my husbands driving skills, I did note that this began one day after we had our tires rotated.  Could they have knocked something loose?

Christina  E.


A. No- most likely your tires are worn to a degree that traction has been compromised. This can show up after a rotation because the tires that use to just follow along are now required to maintain traction.

Mike Davidson

Parkway Automotive

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