I bought my truck last week, new, and it has approximately 200 miles on it. I do not drive much to/from work, maybe 10 miles at most.
Anyway, I bought my truck to haul 'stuff'. You name it, trees, mulch, firewood, engines, and to tow a boat and trailer.
Needless to say, I want the Rear Leaf spring TSB.
So I went to Kay Jennings Toyota today in Alexandria, VA. The service manager told me that I need to bring my truck in so that they can 'inspect' my claims of the bed sagging under load.
Sounds like a 'load of you know what' to me.
I was nice but disappointed. I just knew I would get the dealer run around on the Leaf Spring TSB. I mean, what am I supposed to do? If they look at my suspension, it looks brand new, there won't be any wear, especially to the bump stops.
So....Should I bring it to Kay Jennings and go through their rigamarole? Should I try another dealer? (anyone in the No. Va area have recommendations?) or should I call Toyota and see what they can do?
My expectation was to go in, talk to the service manager, listen to some B.S., and then they would order the parts / setup a time for installation. Lastly, I brought a copy of the TSB with me.
Anyway, I know I will need the spring TSB, I bought the truck to be a truck!
Anyone got opinions? Thanks!