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Burnt side firewall insulation

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by cram89, Jan 18, 2011.

  1. Jan 18, 2011 at 6:20 PM
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    cram89

    cram89 [OP] Active Member

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    07 Tacoma sport 4x4 4.0 4dr
    Relentless IFS/MID/ T-CASE skids, BAMF LCA skid, BAMF kick-out sliders, 5100's, Eibach springs, 1.5 AAL
    Hey TW so I hit 30,000 miles and it was time to do the 30,000 mile service. I go to swap out my in cab air filter and I find it clogged with some type of material. Then when I go to swap out the spark plugs I see that the passenger side firewall insulation is burnt off around the bottom of the exhaust manifolds where the cats are. So should I worry about it our just leave it alone? Not sure if the heat could potentially cause any damage. Has anyone else seen this before? Also I’m not covered under the warranty anymore. Thanks






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