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Old 04-07-2014, 05:40 AM   #921
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I've read through a lot of this thread, but didn't find an answer to this question:

Were the suspension issued resolved for the 2014's or can I expect my ass end to drop like a stone if I try to tow something or load my bed?
Your Sport should already have the 4-leaf pack unless they changed things up again. I think the Sport and SR5 now come with the 4-leaf pack from the factory. It should hold up fine to the occasional 800 lb load or reasonable trailer load.

Supposedly they redesigned the Off Road 3-leaf pack, but I have yet to see a part number comparison that proves it is different from the previous pack. I do think my '12 sags less under load than my '09 did. I put Firestone Ride Rites on and tested it with a load of mulch this weekend. It dropped about an inch with about 800 lbs in it. 25 psi in the bags leveled her off again.
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:55 AM   #922
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did the 2005 uca fit 2012 model
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Old 04-09-2014, 10:27 AM   #923
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Day late dollar short kinda thing

It's a shame that they come out with the TSB after I hit the 60,000 mile mark. Deal with the problem for the life of my tacoma, NOW I'm stuck with it!
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Old 04-10-2014, 09:30 AM   #924
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Yeah , it's complete bullshit . Got the runaround from the dealer when I bought my extremely low-mileage bs "Certified Used Warranty" and now nothing is covered . Shame on these idiots for acting like GM and other corporations for treating customers like toilet paper .
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Old 04-11-2014, 03:15 PM   #925
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Just speaking from experience and the experiences of others if toy plan in actually using your truck to haul you will or would be disappointed by the TSB leaf pack. Mine had already sagged quite a bit before I added an AAL.
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I bought my taco (used) about 6 months ago and have recently have had several of the TSBs listed for this vehicle. 2005 Prerunner.. Is there anyone in the central Texas area that can recommend a fair and competent repair shop that has experience with these issues?

T-SB-0132-08 Driveline Vibration Between 15 - 25 MPH
T-SB-0250-12 2WD Rear Propeller Shaft ClunkThunk Noise
T-SB-0008-14_1-10 Driveline Vibration Part 1
T-SB-0008-14_11-20 Driveline Vibration Part 2

I also had the windsheild wind noise, but it seems I have fixed the issue..

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Old 04-17-2014, 07:39 AM   #927
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Do you have all those issues?
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Old 04-17-2014, 07:59 AM   #928
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Do you have all those issues?

From reading the TSBs T-SB-0132-08, T-SB-0008-14_1-10, and T-SB-0008-14_11-20 I do.. I have tons of vibration. I also have a clunking metal on metal that sounds like something hitting when spinning, on each revolution I think this is T-SB-0250-12 (This is way more prevalent when hauling something) .. I had the windshield noise issue, but applied to 3M sealer last night, it seems to have been fixed..

I called the local Toyota dealer and they said they could check to see which problems I have, for $115, for a driving test. I thought this was pretty ridiculous..
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Old 04-17-2014, 08:07 AM   #929
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Good luck with that. I doubt you'll find a dealer that'll do the TSB service for free on a 9 year old truck.
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I don't think he was thinking a dealer eras going to do the work for free since he had asked about a competent repair shop.
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Old 04-17-2014, 08:25 AM   #931
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I don't think he was thinking a dealer eras going to do the work for free since he had asked about a competent repair shop.
I don't think nor do I expect the items done for free, hence the repair shop.. I was asking for recommendations in my area so I could take the truck to get fixed.. The dealer in my area seems to be a dick and don't want to just do the work. I obviously know I have the issues, as my truck is severely OOW and that I will need to pay for the fixes.
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Old 04-17-2014, 09:59 AM   #932
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From reading the TSBs T-SB-0132-08, T-SB-0008-14_1-10, and T-SB-0008-14_11-20 I do.. I have tons of vibration. I also have a clunking metal on metal that sounds like something hitting when spinning, on each revolution I think this is T-SB-0250-12 (This is way more prevalent when hauling something) .. I had the windshield noise issue, but applied to 3M sealer last night, it seems to have been fixed..

I called the local Toyota dealer and they said they could check to see which problems I have, for $115, for a driving test. I thought this was pretty ridiculous..
That clunk may just mean you need a new carrier bearing. Your truck is 9 years old, the rubber may have dry-rotted by now.

Your vibration problems could be anything or a combination of multiple things. Tires, tire balance, wheels, bearings, etc. Things do wear out. You would have to eliminate all those possibilities before looking at the TSB procedure.
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Old 04-24-2014, 07:14 PM   #933
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That clunk may just mean you need a new carrier bearing. Your truck is 9 years old, the rubber may have dry-rotted by now.

Your vibration problems could be anything or a combination of multiple things. Tires, tire balance, wheels, bearings, etc. Things do wear out. You would have to eliminate all those possibilities before looking at the TSB procedure.
I tried to make a video of the truck, and the first one looks better.. but i forgot to put in a SD card and have no idea where the cable to my camera is.. by the time i got home to do another video it was really dark outside..

so here is my video... really dark.. but on a side note you can hear some of the issues.. around the 9 min mark is where they are starting to show..

http://youtu.be/PHgjJhfbePM

I have someone going to replace the carrier bearing and the u-joints for a fairly decent price.. I'm hoping the vibs go away..
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Old 04-25-2014, 04:30 AM   #934
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I have someone going to replace the carrier bearing and the u-joints for a fairly decent price.. I'm hoping the vibs go away..
Hard to say for sure without being able to inspect it in person, but I think this should fix it. It probably needs to be done anyway. That is an annoying sound!
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The mechanic replaced the u-joints and told me the carrier bearing was still good.. Haven't had any vibs all day and the awful sound is also gone.... Thanks for the help everyone.. The truck feels like a completely different truck with the vibrations gone..

Now that the vibrations are gone, I feel the "bump from behind sensation" when stopping..
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T-SB-0008-14_1-10, and T-SB-0008-14_11-20

Just had this TSB done. 2013 DCSB OffRoad. Vibes are gone and it is smooth as can be. Redisign worked.
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My tranny shift points seem like they off. If I am at a low rpm, right around 1500, it will drop down and almost big before it will down shift. It has been doing this for a little while but it hasn't always done it. I can recall after buying this truck how on point the transmission was. At about 102k I cleaned my throttle body and MAF sensor, but it didn't really seem to help the shifting issue. I remember hearing about an ecu flash for a similar transmission issue on 2009 tacos but I don't recall if there was anything like it for 2006. Any help would be much appreciated
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Just had this TSB done. 2013 DCSB OffRoad. Vibes are gone and it is smooth as can be. Redisign worked.
can confirm

2013 TRD OR AC. T-SB-0008-14.

1 year of bad 15-25 mph vibes completely eliminated, now smooth everywhere.
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Just had this TSB done. 2013 DCSB OffRoad. Vibes are gone and it is smooth as can be. Redisign worked.
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can confirm

2013 TRD OR AC. T-SB-0008-14.

1 year of bad 15-25 mph vibes completely eliminated, now smooth everywhere.
Did you guys both get new leafs? I'm taking mine in Monday to have the TSB done. Hopefully I'll get the new leafs. I've got a bad vibe on acceleration.
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Did you guys both get new leafs? I'm taking mine in Monday to have the TSB done. Hopefully I'll get the new leafs. I've got a bad vibe on acceleration.
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