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Popular Genuine Toyota Tundra Parts

  • Shock Absorber

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    Shock Absorber

  • Seat Belt

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    Seat Belt

  • Windshield Wiper

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    Windshield Wiper

  • Wiper Blade

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    Wiper Blade

  • Ignition Switch

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    Ignition Switch

  • Fuel Pump

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    Fuel Pump

  • Instrument Cluster

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    Instrument Cluster

  • Headlight

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    Headlight

  • Spark Plug

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    Spark Plug

  • Steering Wheel

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    Steering Wheel

  • Oil Filter

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    Oil Filter

  • Oxygen Sensor

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    Oxygen Sensor

  • Wheel Cover

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    Wheel Cover

  • Door Handle

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    Door Handle

  • Engine Control Module

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    Engine Control Module

  • Power Steering Pump

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    Power Steering Pump

  • Brake Disc

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    Brake Disc

  • Water Pump

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    Water Pump

  • Fog Light Bulb

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    Fog Light Bulb

  • Door Lock

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    Door Lock

About Toyota Tundra

Commonly known as the first import full-size pickup truck to be truly tough enough to compete against the trucks from the domestic brands, Toyota Tundra has been produced by a renowned Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation since May 1999 in the United States. Originally introduced to replace the Toyota T100, Tundra as the first North American full-size pickup truck has won lots of awards. For example, it was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award, won Motor Trend Magazine's Truck of the Year and so on. Now, Tundra is in its third generation.
The second-generation Toyota Tundra was produced from November 2006 to 2013 and made its debut at the February 2006 Chicago Auto Show. Featured towing capacity of up to 10,000 lb and a payload capacity of over 2,000 lb, Tundra came with three cab configurations: regular cab, double cab (replacing Access cab) and Crewmax as well as several trim levels such as Tundra Grade, SR5, premium Platinum and TRD Sport, Rock Warrior and Platinum packages. And Tundra got power from 4.0 L V6, 4.6 L, 4.7 L and 5.7 L V8 coupled to 5-speed and 6-speed automatic transmissions. Then the latest generation Tundra was introduced at the 2013 Chicago Auto Show as a 2014 model. Now, it is available in SR, SR5, Limited, Platinum and 1794 trim levels as well as TRD PRO. Though originally, 4.0 L V6, 4.6 L and 5.7 L V8 were retained, 4.0 L V6 engine was discontinued in 2015.

Toyota Tundra Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Boasting a refined V8 engine, Toyota's reputation for reliability and durability as well as spacious and comfortable accommodations for passengers, Toyota Tundra is truly an attraction for truck enthusiasts. But still, you have to pay more attention to these common problems on Tundra:
First, the worst issue that Toyota Tundra drivers could ever meet is the engine failure. Although engine failure normally is the omen of the vehicle borders on breaking down, if you treat you right, you still could avoid the worst result successfully. According to some Toyota Tundra drivers, this issue often shows some signs such as squealing noises from the front of the vehicle, hard starting, coolant leaking, steam coming from the radiator, a rough idle as well as a decrease in gas mileage and engine performance. The most obvious signs would be the excessive fuel consumption, illuminated Low Coolant Light and Check Engine Light. And all these symptoms could be attributed to the defective Tundra oil filter, spark plug, air filter, oxygen sensor, drive belt, fuel pump, radiator hose, water pump and EGR valve gasket.
Second, braking and suspension issues could be the second worst for Toyota Tundra drivers. The braking system is so vital that once it has anything wrong, all occupants could be exposed to dangers. Thus, please make sure the Tundra brake pad set, brake disc, brake drum, brake master cylinder, brake shoe set, parking brake shoe and brake caliper are working properly all the time. And due to enormous labor intensity, the working condition of Tundra wheel bearing, strut housing and sway bar link should be paid enough attention to.
However, routine maintenance should never be left out if you want to have a best-shaped Toyota Tundra for a longer time. As a vehicle consists of so many different kinds of auto parts, it is inevitable that some will wear and tear more quickly than others due to components materials and working conditions or intensity. Thus, the Tundra seat belt, headlight, wiper blade, wheel seal, cabin air filter, emblem, fog light bulb and headlight bulb should be maintained on a regular basis in order to enjoy a safe and comfortable driving trip all the time.
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