I bought an '08 Rav from a Nissan dealer c-3 was. Ago. When we get ready for test drive, it won't start. So, when they it,it notice the battery is 5 yrs. old. As , I askfor a new one. They agree.This is late Sat.I pick up the car on Mon.And drive it hom. On Tues., it turns overbut won't start. Immediatel I take to a mechanic friend, because theVSC, check engine, and traction lights ar now on. Also, the cruise light is flashingand won' work. My friend runs the codes,and it shows a cam sensor along with themultiple misfires. He urges me to take itbac to them. I do, with code it tripped in han. They don't take his word for it; but keepit, and end up replacing the sensor. Whenthey call to pick it up, they suggested changin plugs in the near future, because it had91 miles. I opt to wait, because they want 175.00! I drive it home, and the next

Asked by Jul 20, 2017 at 09:09 PM about the 2008 Toyota RAV4 Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Day the same thing happens. When I take it back, they replace the plugs.
They tell me it will be $15.00. But when I pick it up, no charge. I drive it home,
and the next a.m. It won't crank, and it thrower the original codes. What is
wrong. I even took keys to a lock smith, and they're sending the signals. And
now, the dealership says, they're done with me. Help!

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