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I'm sure this has probably been addressed but I've yet to find an exact match for my problem. I have a 2006 tundra-double cab with a ticking/squeeking/tapping sound (several actually) that seem to be coming from almost directly behind my speedometer as I drive. It can be almost any speed, rough or slow. Just several ticks continuously. If I'd have to guess it sounds like plastic shifting on plastic inside the dash. My questions are: Is this a common problem and should I bring it in to be serviced for this? And if not, is this something I can remedy? I can usually figure my way around how to remove a panel or whatever but I can't figure out how to remove the driver's side dashboard assembly to get in and find out what the ticks actually are. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
 

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thats funny
i have a 06 double cab as well and i have the same ticks coming from the left side of the speedometer, almost sounds like its behind the vent or something
it drives me nuts
 

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It is a common problem almost everyone that drives a gen1 Tundra suffers from it. I've removed my dash a couple times, nothing sticks out at me. And I have driven around in the passenger seat with my ear to the dash... I still can't figure it out 100%. :noidea:
 

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Ditto here, it sounds like a relay clicking or something like it, right behind and below the left side of the instrument cluster.
 
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