Last post on Apr 01, 2013 at 9:48 AM
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#3 of 5 Starter engaging after truck is started
Dec 06, 2010 (11:01 am)
#4 of 5 Starter engaging after truck is started
Dec 06, 2010 (11:01 am)
starter tries to engage when truck is just started, had a viper alarm that was connected disconnected with remote start, thought that was the problem but it is still happening. help
#5 of 5 Re: Starter engaging after truck is started [sticks2]
Apr 01, 2013 (9:48 am)
I bought a 2012 tundra in June of 2012. About it started having some issues in July however in October is when the problems continued almost every 2 weeks.Toyota has finally fessed up that there is indeed a problem with the oxygen levels when using various types of fuel.
it is a problem and there is no fix at this point. I have dropped my truck off at the dealership and gave him the keys back and currently involved with lemon law attorneys.Toyota knows about this problem however they are not telling anyone when they are purchasing these vehicles.when the temperature is 50 degrees or less this will occur. Toyota tells me all I have to do is move to a warmer climate, never go under a quarter tank of gas, never run the vehicle for less than 5 minutes, always use flex fuelif you can find it. If that doesn't work you can always bring it back to the dealership. The problem will happen when you fill up 7 to 8 *. I drive almost 50,000 miles a year so I would betaking it in for service all the time.they are 3rd to come out to my home each time they also offered to make a monthly payment for me they also offered to give me a full 100,000 mile warranty. All I really want is the truck that I bought for 50,000 dollars to run properly and that I can depend on it.the dealership had suggested that I contact an attorney and use the lemon law to get this resolved. That is the way I'm going but this is just the beginning.Toyota does not want to deal with me on this end Thanks is okay to rob people of 50,000 dollars.so far anyway they have not offered to replace the vehicle or get me out of my lease. That should be the least they could dobut don't hold your breath. We are repeat customers of Toyota for many years and many Toyota tires I didn't realize until now that they will not stand behind oproduct.personally, I think it is fraud that they can continue to sell these cars knowing that there's a problem.