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Number to call for frame rot

Discussion in 'Toyota Trucks & SUVs' started by addicted7369, Feb 10, 2014.

  1. addicted7369

    addicted7369 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Al
    Middlesex County, N.J.
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    Toytek 3" ultimate lift Billstein 1500 coilovers, and Light Racing UCA's with AAL in the rear, Blacked out tail lights , T-Rex Billet grill, HID reverse lights, FLYZEYE V2W led lights, throttle body spacer, and K&N air filter Alpine HU, Rockford Fosgate component 6 1/2" speakers, 6x9 Rockford Fosgate speakers, 5%tint all around, CBI rock sliders, Cobra 19 CB with 3' firestik antenna.Coming soon 61/2" lightforce 170's behind grill, magnaflow offroad pro exhuast
    Just got an email from Toyota about frame rot issues. They said that there is a recall but it is vin specific. The number is 800-331-4331 that is the customer experience center. I hope this will help some of you guys with problem.
     
  2. michigander

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    I just called that number because I found some spots on my frame that I know will only get worse. I bought the truck a year ago and had it up on a hoist and checked it. It seemed pretty good. They told me the previous owner had not brought it in to get sprayed. (Like that would help where the rust is starting from). They said they cannot help me and I am on my own. You would think "Customer Service", would be about trying to help the customer, even if it was just a little bit!
     
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