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Old 09-07-2013, 05:51 PM   #841
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2013 O/R DCab-->2+1=3 leaf pack
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Old 09-08-2013, 04:28 PM   #842
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2013 O/R DCab-->2+1=3 leaf pack
Same. '13 dc short bed 4X
Has 2+ 1 little one, so 3?
Mine bottoms out super easy. How do I ask for the tsb? Do I qualify for it?
Not sure how to go about this...
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Old 09-08-2013, 06:16 PM   #843
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Same. '13 dc short bed 4X
Has 2+ 1 little one, so 3?
Mine bottoms out super easy. How do I ask for the tsb? Do I qualify for it?
Not sure how to go about this...
I have a '12 DCSB 4x4 and they replaced mine with another 2+1.
Toyota set the load capacity at 1300lbs (including passengers and fuel), so if it bottoms out below that talk to the dealer, otherwise look into an AAL to beef up capacity.
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For those having parts replaced due to driveline vibes, per TSB-0249-12, TIS shows that TSB now as "OBSOLETE".

" T-SB-0249-12 Rev1: '05-'13 Tacoma: Driveline Vibration Between 15 - 25 MPH OBSOLETE"

I haven't found a corresponding newer TSB covering the same issue. Either another 'fix' is coming, or Toyota has given up since it's not fixing the problem. So heads up, dealers may start denying this.
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Canadian TSB's

I went to dealerships here in calgary when my truck was still under warranty with a handful of TSB's I printed off and was told Toyota Canada does not honour the TSB's. Ive now recently cracked a leaf and was quoted $1800 to change (both packs and shackles as I was told they were rusted out). I phoned toyota canada and was told there are Canadian TSB's and US so in other words I am SOL. If I were to replace with toyota parts and toyota decides sometime in the future to issue a TSB on it I could be reimbursed but I decided to take it to a local suspension shop instead for much less.
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Old 09-12-2013, 05:43 AM   #846
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For those having parts replaced due to driveline vibes, per TSB-0249-12, TIS shows that TSB now as "OBSOLETE".

" T-SB-0249-12 Rev1: '05-'13 Tacoma: Driveline Vibration Between 15 - 25 MPH OBSOLETE"

I haven't found a corresponding newer TSB covering the same issue. Either another 'fix' is coming, or Toyota has given up since it's not fixing the problem. So heads up, dealers may start denying this.

Could this be what you are looking for???

http://media.fixed-ops.com/Toy_Servi.../sb0249T12.PDF
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Old 09-13-2013, 06:06 AM   #847
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Could this be what you are looking for???

http://media.fixed-ops.com/Toy_Servi.../sb0249T12.PDF
No. I'm not looking for the TSB. I bought a 2 day account for Toyota's TIS. I pulled up the 12/21/12 TSB on TIS. That TSB now is marked OBSOLETE. (Also the TSB was given a 'Rev 1' designation, stating NOT to do the steering wheel damper on some model years).

The TSB is obsolete - the one you posted is out of date. The one I found was newer (Rev 1) and also marked obsolete. This is not fixing the problem sufficiently. Something else is up.

$30k pieces of junk we bought. Not that I expect better from anyone else these days. I want my old '92 back.
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Old 09-15-2013, 04:08 AM   #848
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Really a shame that the USA market gets the poor quality toyotas as South America gets the bulletproof toyota hilux with 3.0 diesel I see these hilux with over 500,000 km and still going strong
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Old 09-15-2013, 06:58 AM   #849
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I called my buddy at the dealer just happens to be the service manager, he told me it was already obsolete before your post. went as far as saying the others for drive shaft and rear springs were now also .

your right about high priced junk man ,mine was 35k ran great for the first 10k + or - a few k. then this vibration hit it.

I've had 12 Toyota's used to be a wrench in a combo vw/Toyota dealer and can't figure it out with help from sm's and above.
add me to the list of get me back my 87 which other then rusting away was still running good at 300k and only cost me 1 clutch job and a timing chain during that time
Yeah this isn't my first rodeo with Toyota trucks. Except every other time, they ran forever with basic maintenance. I keep telling my old man - when he gets rid of his 4Runner, I *WANT* it. 200k+, runs like a champ. 5VZ-FE is less power, but I'll take it. Miss my '04. Miss my '92 for that matter. Miss the '84, too.

Let's face it - Toyota is either 1) stumped or 2) realizes the problem involves an inherent design flaw that a parts swap cannot fix (at least not a parts swap they're willing to make).

Hell, Ford and GM treat customers better than this.
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Old 09-16-2013, 11:15 AM   #850
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Has anyone subscribed to this thread had the steering chatter TSB done? I noticed mine chatters a bit offroad, but I'm past warrantee and its not too bad. Just curious if anyone that had it done noticed a huge difference. If so I might do it myself.
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Has anyone subscribed to this thread had the steering chatter TSB done? I noticed mine chatters a bit offroad, but I'm past warrantee and its not too bad. Just curious if anyone that had it done noticed a huge difference. If so I might do it myself.
Didn't bother, hate going to dealers. I did the 'zip tie' fix. Been in for 5000 miles and works well. Spend $0.03 on a zip tie ($0.06 if you need 2) and consider it fixed.
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Old 09-16-2013, 06:39 PM   #852
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What is the 'zip tie' fix ????

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What is the 'zip tie' fix ????

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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=site%3Awww.taco...tle%22+zip+tie
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Old 09-17-2013, 06:07 AM   #854
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Zip tie fix

I wonder how hard it would be to find the right size and install something like this airsoft barrel center bushing (top right in pic).

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Didn't bother, hate going to dealers. I did the 'zip tie' fix. Been in for 5000 miles and works well. Spend $0.03 on a zip tie ($0.06 if you need 2) and consider it fixed.
I've got some mega zip ties in my truck, gonna throw one in today, thanks!
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Just got the driveshaft assembly TSB completed on my truck. It completely fixed the clunk I had when stopping or starting. Def recommend getting this done if you have the same problem. TSB-0119-10

+1. Before driveline replacement, felt like driveline was turning halfway before differential started turning Lol
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new shaft and 4 leaf tow package rear springs, still have a vibration starting at 45 in 4th lockup and staying there in 5th lockup. it's driving me crazy as it feels like a bent propeller on my charter boat .
I've checked everything that can be including the check list for the trans in here. esp interesting is page at33 http://www.scribd.com/doc/82828113/A...atic-Transaxle about shudering
Have you had the drive shafts re-balanced?
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2012 4x4 sqeaks

How do you print the TSB off of the list? My truck squeaks first thing in the morning or after it has sat for awhile.
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FWIW today I had my truck in for service and yet again complained about vibes while acellerating and the Toyota service rep told me that basically toyota is now just considering the vibrations a characteristic of the trucks, dating back to 2005. Said they replace and try to fix components but nothing works. Basically I paid 30k for a truck with vibrations while accelerating. I told him it was unacceptable and will be contacting corporate.
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