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  1. 2001 Rear passenger axle seal questions. Do I need to replace bearings?

    1Gen-Sequoia
    I was adjusting my parking brake on my 2001 SR5 4WD to get it to pass inspection last weekend when I noticed some black "grease" on the rotor face between the rotor and wheel, as well as plenty within the parking brake when I adjusted the star nut. My suspicion is that this is a mixture of brake...
  2. Tundra & Sequioa Axle Seal/Bearing Replacement Gen 1

    1Gen-Tundra
    I have read hundreds of post out there pertaining to this issue, and have had to experience it first hand. I have even read where folks have had to replace their seal/bearing several times. Toyota issued a re-designed oil seal, but the seal is only the after fact. Yes the seal is leaking, but...
  3. Rear Axle Seal Design Change

    1Gen-Sequoia
    Give me a break. I have replaced my 2001 Sequoia twice in 3 years now once again I have to replace it again and I find out that this is not a recall just a part redesign. If the part needed redesigning that seems to be a manufacture problem. I call the Toyota recall line and they say they will...
  4. rear axle seal... the saga continues

    1Gen-Tundra
    My rear axle seal on the 2000 Tundra has blown and flooded my drums. Again. This will be the fourth set of seals in 2 years. The seal started out weeping a tiny bit, and I let the dealershiptalk me into replacing it. I suspect one of their 18 yr. old, $110/hr. techs didn't put it back toether...
  5. rear axle seal... the saga continues

    Tundra
    My rear axle seal on the 2000 Tundra has blown and flooded my drums. Again. This will be the fourth set of seals in 2 years. The seal started out weeping a tiny bit, and I let the dealership talk me into replacing it. I suspect one of their 18 yr. old, $110/hr. techs didn't put it back toether...
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