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Ownership Review of the 2001 Toyota Highlander 3.0L V6

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The 2001 Toyota Highlander is a moderately easy car to maintain and is a good choice for the novice car owner. The headlights and highbeam lights are easily accessible by simply reaching behind their bulb housings. The tail lights are all located in a single bulb housing, and only one panel needs to be removed to reach them. The cabin air filter is easy to reach as the glove box covering it has a simple removal process that doesn’t require a single tool.

However, the 2001 Toyota Highlander does have its downsides. The oil filter can only be reached through the engine bay, which may expose you to hot engine parts. The front turn signal must be accessed through the wheel well, whose lining might prove difficult to remove. The center brake light requires a large panel to be removed before it can be accessed, which is bulky and cumbersome.

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