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#710 of 1986 Shaking Tundra
May 17, 2001 (11:48 am)
Not to spoil the fun here - but I have a 2001 Access 4x4 which is a beautiful truck, but I am having some vibration problems that Toyota has not been able to fix. I consider this a serious quality problem and I am disgusted with Toyota right now. It is a shame because I think there are some fairly simple fixes that could solve the problem (see Tundrasolutions.com), but my local service people have been inept and the Toyota regional people have not contacted me.
I am on the verge of litigation to give them back their truck. Toyota quality is not what I had expected.
#711 of 1986 Before litigation, try the BBB.
May 17, 2001 (2:32 pm)
They are most effective when battling a large corporation especially at cutting through red tape. Plus it won't cost you anything.
May 17, 2001 (7:14 pm)
Rander, did you read the posts about increasing caster? Might have to get an independent alignment shop to do it.
May 17, 2001 (11:23 pm)
Yes, my truck has been perfect. I did not mean to infer that all Tundras are perfect. I just am saying that the chances of getting a perfect Tundra are much better than the chances of getting a perfect Chev.
On a side note: While I am a member group of far less members than you, I make it a point to post under only one name. Sorry to disappoint you.
This attack surprises me coming from you, I have respected you because you have mainly posted just about trucks. Oh well, I guess you joined the rest of the Chev pack. Too bad!
May 18, 2001 (11:48 am)
There is a fix for what you are describing. It has to do with the alignment specs. Unfortunately, most dealers don't have the know how, nor equipment to align some of these to eliminate the vibration and you will need to see an alignment specialist. E-mail me and I will forward you the specs. My address is scliffordkjtoyota.com
May 18, 2001 (11:50 am)
How have you been?
selling lots of vehicles?