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Old 12-18-2013, 09:24 PM   #361
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My truck has that same damn squeak in the dash, irritates the hell out of me.
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Old 12-18-2013, 09:28 PM   #362
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My truck has that same damn squeak in the dash, irritates the hell out of me.
I agree, and on such a new truck, was expecting more. Toyota!

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Old 12-18-2013, 09:31 PM   #363
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ya I told my dealer I guess they thought I was kidding
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Old 12-19-2013, 05:23 AM   #364
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Exactly, I have 2600 miles on my Truck, never been off road, mostly highway miles, and I already have a squeak coming from my dash.

Didn't expect that before the 1st oil change.
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My truck has that same damn squeak in the dash, irritates the hell out of me.
Try putting some pressure on the dash in various places. I had a similar rattle/squeak in my dash. Putting pressure near the windshield on the passenger side (but close to the radio) seemed to make it go away. I crammed some napkins inbetween the dash and windshield until I could get into the dealership to have them investigate.

They "fixed" it right before I went out of warranty, only for it to come back a few days later. In a bit of frustration I punched the dash on that side about as hard as I could. The rattle went away and I've only heard it very faintly once since then...I guess that really fixed it.

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Thank you. That makes a little more sense.

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If I hear anything I'll let you know.
I get the feeling there has to be more to it than that. Please keep us informed.

Surely some pics/video will surface.
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Old 12-19-2013, 07:18 AM   #365
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My first gen had a squeak in the dash. I figured that issue would have been resolved with a totally new design, but alas... my 2nd gen has the same sound coming from the same spot in the dash. :/
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Old 01-03-2014, 07:39 PM   #366
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My truck has that same damn squeak in the dash, irritates the hell out of me.
Try tapping on the rubber pieces near the base of the windshield on the left and right of the wiper cowl. Have some one sit in the truck to see if they hear a squeak. If that's it, isolate them with a bit of FIPG.

I chased this "dash squeak" for a week on a customer's Tacoma before I finally thought outside the box, or in this case, outside the cab.
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Old 01-04-2014, 04:59 PM   #367
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Try tapping on the rubber pieces near the base of the windshield on the left and right of the wiper cowl. Have some one sit in the truck to see if they hear a squeak. If that's it, isolate them with a bit of FIPG.

I chased this "dash squeak" for a week on a customer's Tacoma before I finally thought outside the box, or in this case, outside the cab.
I'm sure it's obvious but... FIPG?

I also have the squeak from time to time
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:14 PM   #368
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Damn, frozen solid! Need some 50lbs bags of salt to spread all over, maybe multiple propane heaters. Or wait till spring thaw! I would think you'd have to melt the majority of that before trying to yank it out. I'd hate to be in that situation!
That is all I can think of as well.
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:14 PM   #369
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I'm sure it's obvious but... FIPG?

I also have the squeak from time to time
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:32 PM   #370
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I'm sure it's obvious but... FIPG?
Form In Place Gasket.

Water pumps, thermostats... for a lot of solid aluminum-to-aluminum parts that only seal water or oil under moderate pressure, Toyota does not use paper gaskets.

Black RTV, sold in a plain white tube with a part number on it... FIPG.
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Old 01-06-2014, 08:38 AM   #371
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This weekend we went wheeling in the snow and had an FJ fall through the ice similar to this FJ. Luckily we got him out, but not after popping a bead and destroying his rear diff.


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Old 01-06-2014, 08:58 AM   #372
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This weekend we went wheeling in the snow and had an FJ fall through the ice similar to this FJ. Luckily we got him out, but not after popping a bead and destroying his rear diff.
When did you guys realize he blew up his rear? After the tire change?
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Old 01-06-2014, 09:03 AM   #373
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What an idiot. Obviously he is a newb and doesn't know anything about wheeling.

By the way, anybody have a lift and tire recommendation? Thinking a 2" spacer or BL and some 33's.
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What an idiot. Obviously he is a newb and doesn't know anything about wheeling.

By the way, anybody have a lift and tire recommendation? Thinking a 2" spacer, and some 33's.
Sig material right here.

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Sig material right here.

x2!

Spacers and Body lifts are for rigs that plan to just run forest service roads. Sure they are cheap, but I would just save the money and buy some new coilovers for the front.
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Old 01-06-2014, 09:16 AM   #376
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Why didn't they connect the other fj to the 4 runner and pull it out in a line instead of pulling different directions in their Y formation?
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x2!

Spacers and Body lifts are for rigs that plan to just run forest service roads. Sure they are cheap, but I would just save the money and buy some new coilovers for the front.
My land cruiser has a 2" body lift fella!
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Why didn't they connect the other fj to the 4 runner and pull it out in a line instead of pulling different directions in their Y formation?
Agreed or try pulling it forward after 4 runner couldn't get him out backwards. Hate to armchair qb but...
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Agreed or try pulling it forward after 4 runner couldn't get him out backwards. Hate to armchair qb but...
That should have been the first thing to do because your supposed to be pulled in the direction you were traveling.
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My land cruiser has a 2" body lift fella!
Body lifts do have their place. I have a 1" body lift on mine, but I would do suspension before body lift.
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