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Angus_NB 03-25-2008 10:21 AM

TSB List for 2005+ Toyota Tacoma
 
TSB = Technical Service Bulletin

A TSB is not a recall.

AU001-05 FEB 06 Audio System - Amplifier Won't Turn OFF/Battery Drain
AU001-06 FEB 07 Audio System - Quick Reference Diagnostic Guide
BO001-06 JAN 06 Body - Front/Rear Window Runs Deformed
BO003-05 MAR 05 Body - Overfender Refinishing Process
BO004-05 APR 05 Body - Water Leaks Onto Front Floor
BO018-07 NOV 07 Body - Bent Rear Tailgate
BO022-06 NOV 06 Interior - Driver's Side Lower Dash Panel Poor Fit
EG011-07 JUL 07 Engine Controls - Intermittent No Start Condition
EG021-06 APR 06 Exhaust System - Ticking Noise Between 2,000-2,500 RPM
EG043-05 MAY 06 Fuel System - MIL ON/DTC's/No Start in Extreme Cold
EG046-06 AUG 06 Intake System - Air Intake Hose Rattle
NV003-06 MAR 06 Body - Front End Rattle/Squeak on Bumps
NV004-06 MAY 06 Interior - Front Seat Squeak Noise
NV006-07 AUG 07 Body - Windshield Wind Noise at Highway Speeds
NV007-05 JUN 05 Body - Front/Rear Popping/Knocking Noise on Rough Roads
NV007-07 JUL 07 Body - Dech Side Panel Rattle
PD039-04 SEP 04 Pre Delivery - Initial Calibration Of Compass
PD075-06 AUG 06 Pre Delivery - TPS Initialization Procedure
PG004-06 NOV 06 General - TPS Diagnostic Tips
SS002-07 APR 07 Engine Controls - ECU Flash Reprogramming Procedure
SU002-05 NOV 05 Suspension - Rear Suspension Noise
SU006-07 SEP 07 Suspension - Harsh Rear Spring Ride With Heavy Loads
TC004-06 JUN 06 M/T - Clutch Pedal Squeaking Noise
T-SB-0132-08 JUL 08 Drivetrain - Driveline Vibration Between 15 - 25 MPH
T-SB-0305-08 SEP 08 Suspension - Rear Spring Harsh Ride
T-SB-0326-08 OCT 08 Engine Mechanical - Oil Leak from Front Timing Cover
T-SB-0164-09 MAY 09 Abnnormal Sound from JBL Subwoofer
T-SB-0119-10 MAY 10 Steering Intermediate Shaft Rattle Noise
T-SB-0359-10 DEC 10 - Suspension - *Updated* Rear Spring Harsh Ride
T-SB-0250-12 DEC 12 - Drivetrain - 2WD Rear Propeller Shaft Clunk/Thunk Noise
T-SB-0008-14- 03 FEB 14 - Driveline Vibration Part 1 Part 2
T-SB-0044-14- 07 JUL 14 - Spark Knock Noise

Each TSB can be read and / or downloaded here.

In cases where a TSB has more than one revision I have uploaded the latest revision.
There are a few other TSBs that I do not have PDF files for.
If you have a TSB that is not on the list, let me know and I will add it or also PM a moderator to have it added since the OP has not been here in a while.

nd 03-25-2008 10:27 AM

nice compilation. thanks

luk8272 03-30-2008 09:50 PM

Since I found this site I have been able to identify two of my existing problems. The bottoming out of my rear end and my windshield noise. Great job.

415tacoma 04-17-2008 08:32 PM

anymore up dates for 2008s? thanks

ChrisDeSoup 04-20-2008 03:21 PM

I would like to know if the 08 will have the same leaf spring TSB..... It's the same part ##:confused:

missileman125fw 04-20-2008 05:03 PM

Thanks for the info!!

tacomaman06 04-20-2008 05:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChrisDeSoup (Post 82622)
I would like to know if the 08 will have the same leaf spring TSB..... It's the same part ##:confused:

it will......toyota just has to update the tsb to include the 08 models.....which should be soon.

Rockstar2448 04-21-2008 08:56 PM

After joining this forum, which is great by the way, I've learned some interesting things. Like I didn't realize there were so many TSB's out there. I have a 2005 Tacoma with 32,000 miles and I would venture a guess in saying I probably haven't received any of these notices. Anyone know how I can get myself on the mailing list for these things? Of particular interest in the rear leaf spring one. I haven't done a lot of towing with my truck so it hasn't been a problem, but what if I do and have trouble? Does the TSB for the rear springs change the ride without weight which is the usual condition of use for my truck, or at least minimal cargo except for passengers. It's probably already too late to convince Toyota to do the work free of charge as I'm in the neighborhood of 3 years and almost 36,000 miles. Any thoughts?

ChrisDeSoup 04-22-2008 09:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rockstar2448 (Post 83085)
After joining this forum, which is great by the way, I've learned some interesting things. Like I didn't realize there were so many TSB's out there. I have a 2005 Tacoma with 32,000 miles and I would venture a guess in saying I probably haven't received any of these notices. Anyone know how I can get myself on the mailing list for these things? Of particular interest in the rear leaf spring one. I haven't done a lot of towing with my truck so it hasn't been a problem, but what if I do and have trouble? Does the TSB for the rear springs change the ride without weight which is the usual condition of use for my truck, or at least minimal cargo except for passengers. It's probably already too late to convince Toyota to do the work free of charge as I'm in the neighborhood of 3 years and almost 36,000 miles. Any thoughts?


You can go to toyota.com and sign up for TSB access. I think they charge you $10.00 per day or some annual fee if you want unlimited access. I think edmunds.com has a free one but I'm not sure.

good luck!

sawdust 04-22-2008 03:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rockstar2448 (Post 83085)
After joining this forum, which is great by the way, I've learned some interesting things. Like I didn't realize there were so many TSB's out there. I have a 2005 Tacoma with 32,000 miles and I would venture a guess in saying I probably haven't received any of these notices. Anyone know how I can get myself on the mailing list for these things? Of particular interest in the rear leaf spring one. I haven't done a lot of towing with my truck so it hasn't been a problem, but what if I do and have trouble? Does the TSB for the rear springs change the ride without weight which is the usual condition of use for my truck, or at least minimal cargo except for passengers. It's probably already too late to convince Toyota to do the work free of charge as I'm in the neighborhood of 3 years and almost 36,000 miles. Any thoughts?

As far as I know, they don't mail them out. That's a popular misconception. These are not recall notices because they're not considered safety issues.

Don't wait though. You're under 36K miles. That's what counts.

joedirt 04-22-2008 04:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sawdust (Post 83436)
As far as I know, they don't mail them out. That's a popular misconception. These are not recall notices because they're not considered safety issues.

Don't wait though. You're under 36K miles. That's what counts.

I thought they used the year as well?

edoilfan 04-23-2008 11:39 AM

I was in for the windshield noise repair but it's still there. Not as prevelant but still really annoying, especially when meeting semis on a 2 lane highway. Anyone been in and still having the problem??

Rockstar2448 04-23-2008 03:34 PM

I have the windshield noise on occassion but I've never taken it to the dealership to have it fixed. Now that I know what it is, I'm just going to fix the stupid thing myself. It doesn't do it all the time, just at highway speeds when there is a lot of cross or head wind to deal with, otherwise I don't usually hear it at all. Maybe I'm luckier than some that seem to have a lot more problems with it.

rrtr2008 05-03-2008 05:28 AM

I don't see any TSB'S for 2008 I called my local Toyota dealer to have a TSB done on my rear springs because when i put even a small load in it it becomes a low rider truck. The dealer called me back and said nope no TSB for this year so now I'm stuck with what i consider a 1/4 ton truck quite a shift from my last truck that was a 2001 dodge 2500 diesel. a 3/4 ton truck that barely noticed a 1 ton load in its bed. GRRRR

rrtr2008 05-03-2008 05:42 AM

why cant Japan get it right?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by luk8272 (Post 73505)
Since I found this site I have been able to identify two of my existing problems. The bottoming out of my rear end and my windshield noise. Great job.

I have owned several trucks maybe its unfair to blame the Japanese for not knowing how to make trucks that can handle a load. But every Japanese truck that i have owned either wont handle a load (over rated tonnage wise) or they ride like little lumber wagons (similar to a Harley with a rigid frame.)
My 2008 Taco has a great car like ride but with 500 pounds of tools on board its like a frikin lowrider.

RoadKill 05-03-2008 05:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rrtr2008 (Post 88089)
I have owned several trucks maybe its unfair to blame the Japanese for not knowing how to make trucks that can handle a load. But every Japanese truck that i have owned either wont handle a load (over rated tonnage wise) or they ride like little lumber wagons (similar to a Harley with a rigid frame.)
My 2008 Taco has a great car like ride but with 500 pounds of tools on board its like a frikin lowrider.

Add a leaf?

ChrisDeSoup 05-03-2008 10:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rrtr2008 (Post 88086)
I don't see any TSB'S for 2008 I called my local Toyota dealer to have a TSB done on my rear springs because when i put even a small load in it it becomes a low rider truck. The dealer called me back and said nope no TSB for this year so now I'm stuck with what i consider a 1/4 ton truck quite a shift from my last truck that was a 2001 dodge 2500 diesel. a 3/4 ton truck that barely noticed a 1 ton load in its bed. GRRRR

Hey neighbor, what dealership did you go to, I sent an e-mail to capitol toyota they just don't respond. I was going to try to call toyota next week and tell them I need it fixed so I can carry some concrete. I understand if you call toyota they will make the d-ship fix it.

rrtr2008 05-03-2008 03:49 PM

Capitol toyota thats the ticket
 
Chris at Capitol Toyota is the one that told me of the no TSB'S for 2008
408 979 4051
BTW I like the Thomas Paine quote but as a strict constitutionalist i think he would be spinning in his grave about the USA being the world police IE: Iraq, Viet Nam, Iran (next) need I say more

Danman 05-09-2008 12:38 PM

My 06 Double cab is the third Toyota pickup I've owned. I've loved all of them despite their lousy rear suspensions. The first was an '88, the second was a '99 4x4. I had trouble with the leaf springs in both of those. I had the leaf springs in the '88 re-arched and added a leaf. I had a leaf in the '99 break going over a speed bump so I had to replace those and added a leaf at that time too.
I started looking around online for a solution for my '06 because I have been noticing the bottoming out and sag and was thinking that I was going to have to add a leaf or something. After stumbling across this great forum and saw the information about the TSB, I decided to give a call to Toyota's 800-331-4331 Customer Experience Center. I didn't let on that I knew about the TSB and told the guy about my problems and, while he was helpful, he said that he couldn't find anything on that. Then I told him that I had seen the TSB SU006-07 and he looked it up and magically found it. At any rate, he said that it is covered under the warranty and would have the Customer Relations Rep at my local Toyota Dealership (Beaverton Toyota in Beaverton, Oregon) contact me about getting the work done. We'll see how it goes from here.

Thanks for all the great info!! Hopefully, I'll be saving a bunch of money by getting Toyota to cover it under warranty.

genxer36 05-11-2008 09:06 PM

RE:rrtr2008
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rrtr2008 (Post 88089)
I have owned several trucks maybe its unfair to blame the Japanese for not knowing how to make trucks that can handle a load. But every Japanese truck that i have owned either wont handle a load (over rated tonnage wise) or they ride like little lumber wagons (similar to a Harley with a rigid frame.)
My 2008 Taco has a great car like ride but with 500 pounds of tools on board its like a frikin lowrider.

I'm suprised that it sags. I tow an 18' Ranger bass boat with my 2005 2WD Tacoma. Without any problems, and the truck doesn't sag at all. I do not have the TRD package either. I guess the 2005 model was better built. I have 84,000 miles & it is still just as strong as when it was new. My 2003 Tacoma was a different story, but that was a small truck. It did sag.


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