I have a 2017 Toyota Corolla iM with 20,000 miles, still under warranty but the 2 year Toyota Care just expired 4 months ago.
Recently I took the car to the dealership when the dash indicated there was a collision warning system failure and headlight system failure.
The mechanic wrote:
" During inspection, moisture was found in the SRS computer connector. Found the AK evap box was full of water. Inspection with the bore scope found a spider web clogging the drain tube. Recommending replacement of SRS computer and filter"
All together cost, $1440.96.
Can someone give me some insight on this situation? This seems very unusual if not unlikely.
Thanks for your time, and insight if offered