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There is a defect on the seats. I had the same problem. The noise comes from the plastic part that touches the metal that lets the seat slide back and forward. You need to remove your second row passenger seats to see it. The first fix that Toyota did to fix the problem was to wrap the four contacts with duct tape "I could not believe it". Obviously, that went bad very fast and the squeaky noise came back after 3 months. Then I came back and they used a better 3M tape and so far the squeaky noise is gone. The dealer told me that the guys from Japan came up with this workaround and redesigning the whole seat will be required to fix the root cause of the problem. Very disappointed.Report it
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