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Rjae Enriquez
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Hi Rjae

Usually disconnecting the battery will reset everything.

I get my Kluger serviced only at a Toyota dealership but I wouldn't be inclined to take it to a dealership just to have a look at this issue. They would probably charge at least $100 - $150 just to look at it. I normally take my car in for regular servicing and let them know if there other issues I'd like them to take a look at.

If I were in your position, I would try disconnecting the battery for 30 seconds and reconnecting it to see if that fixed the issue. Failing that, I would schedule my next service at a dealership and get them to look at the screen issue as part of their servicing. 

 

 

 

 

 

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