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I've seen a lot of posts about Tundra issues like sagging dashboard, front differential growl / rumble strip, faulty cam shaft, faulty driveshaft, etc.

I know that the cam shaft and driveshaft issues were fixed at a point during the '07 model year, about about these other issues, have they been fixed with design and manufacturing updates to Tundra production over the years?

Does anybody have insight as to the current list of bugs that can crop up on 2010 Tundras that are rolling off the assembly line now? Big thanks in advance for any responses -
 

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I had a 2007 SR5 with no warranty issues within 36,000 miles. I took it in for a wuwuwuwuw noise, and turned out the noise was caused by my billet grille.

My 2008 Sequoia has been in for a torn axle boot and smelly exhaust within 17,000 miles. Overall, both extremely good vehicles.

Unfortunately, you never know what you're gonna get when you buy, regardless of model year.
 

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I gotcha - "like a box of chocolates..." - thanks Thirdhorseman. There's always potential for something to go wrong with anything having 1 or more parts...

I'm hoping that the dash sag and faulty front diff have been remedied at the factory or if these pesky issues continue with the newly built trucks.
 
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