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  1. 1Gen-Tundra
    Hey all, I have an '04 Tundra LTD AC and I'm thinking of some fluids that should prolly be replaced, things I couldn't find receipts for from the P.O. One of which is the PS fluid, which I have to assume never got changed, but I guess it could have. The fluid looked a little yellowish like...
  2. 1Gen-Tundra
    Hey guys, I wanted to get your input on a timing belt/water pump receipt I found from a list of receipts the P.O (No longer have contact with him). (From what I know, maintenance was kept up with). Do any of you out there who have had timing/belt water pump jobs done by the dealer have work...
  3. 1Gen-Tundra
    Hey all, I’ve had my ‘04 Limited AC 4x4 for 2-3 months now, and have been planning some little maintenance things. I had crawled under the truck awhile back to check the condition of things, and was surprised to see zerks on the u-joints, as most things are sealed nowadays. Anyway, I thought it...
  4. 1Gen-Sequoia
    Hi!, I am trying to find this part, it's basically the part that it's in the opposite side of the plastic cover of where the driver power seat buttons are. The closest I have gotten looking in the internet is this...
  5. 1Gen-Tundra
    Hello, I have a 2004 double cab Tundra with 127k miles and have parted ways with my mechanic. Below is my 'major' maintenance log, not including oil changes and tire rotations. What additional maintenance is recommended for my truck based on it's current age, mileage, and history? Also, should I...
  6. Sequoia
    Hello all, My '04 sequoia is rapidly approaching 200k miles (currently at 196k) and I'm curious if anyone has any suggestions for some engine maintenance. I was going to have a tune-up done but the shop I go to quoted me $450 for essentially replacement spark plugs and a intake/throttle body...
  7. 1Gen-Tundra
    My question is : what is the essential preventive maintenance that I need for my 2005 Tundra? Details: I am the original owner, my Tundra now has 140,000 gentle highway miles and runs fine. I have performed regular synthetic oil changes. The only other thing replaced have been battery...
  8. 1Gen-Tundra
    My 2005 SR5 AC just hit 91,000mi and I want to perform the suggested 90k maintenance. So I purchased the timing belt kit from volkstoy on ebay ($318 w/ free shipping). The kit included: timing belt, timing belt idler roller, timing belt tensioner roller, timing belt tensioner, camshaft seal...
  9. 2Gen-Tundra
    I have a 2007 Tundra SR5 4.7L truck with 50k miles on it. Just took it in for an oil change because i had a coupon for $40 and they said I needed new brake pads, rotors and "in need of replacement at 3MM drive belt cracking and dryrot". I took care of the brakes (they were in really bad shape)...
  10. 1Gen-Tundra
    Ok guys, I called my Toyota dealer today in search for a new driver headlight(mine the tab broke some how???) So while I had them on the phone I inquired about the timing belt since mine will be coming up in about 10K miles. I was quoted $390 for the timing belt replacement and nothing else, I...
  11. Avalon
    Can anybody confirm the mileage (or trigger) for the "Maintenance Required" light? Someone on here approximated it at 4500 miles. I am running Mobil1 full synthetic which could probably go a little longer than 4500 miles. Thanks!
  12. 1Gen-Tundra
    I purchased a 06 DBL Cab SRT with 98,000 miles. The body is perfect and interior is excellent and engine is very clean. I only have the maintenance records for the things that the dealership did to prepare this truck for sale and the items listed on the Carfax. So far, it runs like new with...
  13. 2Gen-Tundra
    I recently took my '07 Tundra (4x4; Regular Cab) in to a local Toyota dealership for an oil change and maintenance at the 45,000 mile marker. The service adviser tried selling me on a variety of extra services that he felt were needed at 45K miles. These included: * Performing ZAK Battery...
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