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This version of the Tundra crew-cab was one of CR's top-rated full-sized pickups. Its strong V8, quiet cab and civilized ride mark it among the most well-rounded pickup trucks we've tested. While it doesn't have super heavy-duty towing capabilities, Tundra will pull 6,700 pounds. Unlike full-time four-wheel-drive systems, the Tundra's part-time system can't be used on dry pavement.
Alerts
There are 11 recalls on this vehicle. Learn More.

Road Test Results

Performance
Acceleration Acceleration Acceleration tests are conducted on a smooth, flat pavement straightaway at the track. Time, speed, and distance measurements are taken with a precise GPS-based device that’s hooked to a data-logging computer.
0 to 60 mph (sec.) 0 to 60 mph (sec.) The time in seconds that a vehicle takes to reach 60 mph from a standstill with the engine idling.
Transmission Transmission Transmission performance is determined by shifting smoothness, response, shifter action, and clutch actuation for manual transmissions.
Fuel Economy Fuel Economy We perform our own fuel-economy tests, independent of the government's often-quoted EPA figures and the manufacturers' claims. Using a precise fuel-flow measuring device spliced into the fuel line, we run two separate circuits to represent city and highway consumption.
CR's Overall Mileage CR's Overall Mileage CR's overall mileage is a composite of measured fuel usage on a prescribed city course and highway cruising; and CR's 150-mile test trip of mixed driving, if tested. In recent road tests, we've discontinued the 150-mile trip test.
CR's City Mileage CR's City Mileage Measured fuel usage on a prescribed city course.
CR's Highway Mileage CR's Highway Mileage Measured fuel usage on a prescribed highway cruising.
Annual Fuel Cost Annual Fuel Cost The cost and amount of fuel used in 12,000 miles and is calculated from CR's overall mileage.
Braking Braking The braking rating is a composite of wet and dry stopping distances and pedal feel. Braking distance is from 60 mph, with no wheels locked.
Emergency Handling Emergency Handling Several factors go into the rating, including the avoidance maneuver speed and confidence, as well as how the vehicle behaves when pushed to its limit,
Comfort / Convenience
Ride Ride Our expert judgment of how well the suspension isolates and absorbs road imperfections and how steady it keeps the body on various road surfaces.
Noise Noise Our expert judgment of the vehicle's interior noise level in everyday driving.
Front Seat Comfort Front Seat Comfort Our judgment of how comfortable the front seat is for drivers of various heights.
Rear Seat Comfort Rear Seat Comfort Our judgment of how comfortable the rear seat is for two passengers to sit across.
Interior Fit and Finish Interior Fit and Finish An expert evaluation of the interior quality and craftsmanship.
Trunk/Cargo Area Trunk/Cargo Area Our rating is based on the amount of luggage or cargo space that a vehicle has in the trunk or cargo area.

Owner Reports

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Reliability History Reliability History The reliability charts are based on responses on hundreds of thousands of vehicles from our latest Annual Auto Survey. Consumer Reports subscribers reported on any serious problems they had with their vehicles during the past 12 months that they considered serious because of cost, failure, safety, or downtime, in any of the trouble spots included in the table below. The results are presented relative to the average model that year. Extra weight is given to the more serious areas such as major engine or transmission problems. Based on this data and further analysis, we predict reliability for the latest year. N/A indicates that we did not receive a large enough sample size to provide data for a specific year. An X indicates that the vehicle was not manufactured for a specific year.
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Engine Major Engine Major Engine rebuild or replacement, cylinder head, head gasket, turbo or supercharger, timing chain or timing belt.
Engine Minor Engine Minor Accessory belts and pulleys, engine computer, engine mounts, engine knock or ping, oil leaks.
Engine Cooling Engine Cooling Radiator, cooling fan, antifreeze leaks, water pump, thermostat, overheating.
Transmission Major Transmission Major Transmission rebuild or replacement, torque converter, clutch replacement.
Owner Satisfaction Owner Satisfaction To learn about satisfaction, CR has collected survey data from our annual survey on more than half a million vehicles. Our subscribers provide great insights into their satisfaction by answering one simple question: If they had it to do all over again, would they definitely buy or lease the same model? In addition, respondents also rate their cars in six categories: driving experience, comfort, value, styling, audio, and climate systems. N/A indicates that we did not receive a large enough sample size to provide data for a specific year. An X indicates that the vehicle was not manufactured for a specific year.
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Driving Experience Driving Experience Includes acceleration and handling
Comfort Comfort Includes seats, climate control, noise, and ride
Value Value Did you get what you wanted relative to the price you paid?
Styling Styling How it looks inside and out
Safety Equipment
ABS available, standard from 2003. ESC available from 2004, standard from 2007. Side and head protection air bags available from 2005, standard from 2007.
Road Test

This version of the Tundra crew-cab was one of CR's top-rated full-sized pickups. Its strong V8, quiet cab and civilized ride mark it among the most well-rounded pickup trucks we've tested. While it doesn't have super heavy-duty towing capabilities, Tundra will pull 6,700 pounds. Unlike full-time four-wheel-drive systems, the Tundra's part-time system can't be used on dry pavement.

Seating
3 front, 3 rear
Drive Wheels
4WD , Rear
Warranty

In most cases, automotive warranties are based on the vehicle identification number (VIN), and the warranty will be valid regardless of ownership. The dealership can tell you exactly how much warranty is left.

Read more about extended warranties
Body Styles
extended cab
regular cab
crew cab
Transmissions Available
  • 5-speed Manual
  • 4-speed Automatic
Engines Available
  • 3.4-liter V6 (190 hp)
  • 4.7-liter V8 (240 hp)

Owner Reported Trouble Spots

The Reliability score is based on our latest subscriber survey of 2004 Toyota Tundra owners. The owner comments describe problems respondents experienced with this vehicle.

Fuel System

Check engine light, sensors (includes O2 or oxygen sensor), emission control devices (includes EGR), engine computer, engine computer, fuel cap, fuel gauge/sender, fuel injection system, fuel pump, fuel leaks, stalling or hesitation.

What Owners Say

Emission control devices (includes EGR)

“Catalytic converter failed. Very expensive to replace. I understand there are two (!) on this vehicle. Hoping to get the vehicle over 200,000 miles, and hoping the other one doesn't fail before then”

Anonymous, MA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Gasoline odor after driving the vehicle a short distance. Odor very strong when stopped a light or when exiting the truck”

Anonymous, FL (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Fuel cap

“Multiple check engine light due to fuel cap and tank fuel collector. All replaced several times - light is still on”

Russell J., MA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“fuel cap had to be replaced with a new one. This caused check engine light to illuminate”

Jorge L., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“The check engine light came on and the fuel cap was suspected. It turned out to be a small hole in the top of the fuel tank caused by salt used to melt ice and snow on the roadways. The replacement is quite expensive”

Paul K., NY (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Very expensive to replace O2 sensors even with after market products”

Stanley A., SD (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Have had to replace the oxygen sensor three times in the past 6 years. Too often and too costly, in my opinion”

Anonymous, MA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“One of the O2 sensors failed and was replaced. Hopefully, the second one will last”

Paul K., NY (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“02 sensor and catalytic converter changed and still have check engine for 02 and misfire”

Anonymous, NY (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Check engine light came on, needed to take to mechanic to determine is was O2 sensors. The cost of the sensors is very high”

Anonymous, FL (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 3.4-L V6)

“I have had O2 sensors replaced at least 4 times over the last 6 years, cost about $350 each”

Mark T., MO (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“WENT ONLINE AND FOUND 3 BIGGEST PROBLEMS AND BOUGHT A DEVICE TO REPLACE , ACT UP ON OCCASION”

John K., MO (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Rear O2 sensor fail”

Noel Z., MO (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Check Engine Light diagnosis O2 sensor. This is the third time (once under warranty} that a sensor has been replaced over the years”

Anonymous, MA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“They go out periodically and are expensive to replace”

Anonymous, VT (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

Paint/Trim

Paint (fading, chalking, cracking, or peeling), loose interior and exterior trim or moldings, rust.

What Owners Say

“Ceiling fabric came loose and had to be replaced”

York T., IA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Paint (fading, chalking, cracking, or peeling)

“Clear cote is peeling off the roof and a few other places”

Paul F., MO (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Paint peeling on rear bumper and chalking/peeling on hood”

Joey H., KY (2004 Toyota Tundra Base 3.4-L V6)

“Hood paint has completely oxidized”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

“in the last 12 months the paint has begun to chip, especially the hood”

Anonymous, NC (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Clear coat cracked and peeled”

Mark S., FL (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Hood & truck top became chipping and fading of top coat/ paint. Top of fenders as well as top ledge of all doors peeling. All door handles were fading of paint”

Anonymous, FL (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Complete failure of the coating, paint, and primer layers on the side typically exposed to the sun and blowing dust”

Anonymous, NM (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“The frame was replaced due to severe rust. Toyota replaced it free of charge”

David D., VT (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“As a recall Toyota replaced the whole frame due to rust but would not take responsibility for rusted out differential”

Anonymous, MA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Bottom of truck rusted, toyota replaced entire frame but not muffler, running boards, etc. damaged by rust”

Wright P., VA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“They had a recall on the underside of the bed of the truck they were rusting more than they should have. Mine was not but I took it in for the recall and they took the bed off and sprayed like tar on it. Mine doesn't get drove in winter months”

Marleen S., MI (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Roof rusted”

Mark S., FL (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Serious rust issues on frame, front suspension, side step brackets, and other metal parts. Toyota has had programs to deal with these issue on Tundra and Tacoma trucks, but nothing that will help with my trucks issues”

Glen M., PA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Rust spots developing on roof in several places. Repair shops will not guarantee rust repair on roof unless they replace roof panel. Cost is $2500 to $3500”

Anonymous, TX (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

Suspension

Shocks or struts, ball joints, tie rods, wheel bearings, alignment, steering linkage (includes rack and pinion), power steering (pumps and hoses, leaks), wheel balance, springs or torsion bars, bushings, electronic or air suspension.

What Owners Say

“going through about a quart of transmission fluid every other day. Have told dealer to expedite delivery of new frame so that the new rack can then be installed”

Bruce M., ME (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 3.4-L V6)

“Hoses rusted through, complete brake failure. (2nd time for this truck)”

Anonymous, VT (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“The original shocks and struts where still on it after 110,000 miles, it was beginning to ride a little rough”

Anonymous, AZ (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Several times a year (~ 6-8) the work I do has me doing extended drives on rough and unpaved roads. The consequence of this use and the miles driven over the past few years necessitated my replacing the shocks and struts and having re-alignments don”

Judith J., CO (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“shocks started leaking worn out”

Ronald L., MI (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Springs or torsion bars

“Springs absolutely worn out and body hits frame with any load”

Anonymous, MT (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“steering affected”

Anonymous, VA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

“We had a major repair with our rack and pinion steering”

Jeff C., TN (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Leaking seal in the rack, not replaceable, so they changed out the rack”

Lee K., MN (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Need to replace rack and pinion”

F M., FL (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“SWAY BAR LEAK”

Phil D., IN (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Have hadsteering vibration problems since about 100,000 miles”

Anonymous, NY (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“There was a recall on loose tie rods”

Michael M., TX (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

Brakes

Antilock system (ABS), parking brake, master cylinder, calipers, rotors, pulsation or vibration, squeaking, brake failure or wear.

What Owners Say

“Calipers had to be replaced due to improper function”

B F., NH (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Normal brake wear with a squeak, it made no sense. Changed out the brakes, rotor, nothing made a difference”

Lisa W., MD (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Stop and go city driving, plus up to a dozen extended trips in the mountains in the west causes wear to the brake pads. In 2014 I replaced the pads and had the surfaces smoothed”

Judith J., CO (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“brakes are a constant problem, overheat, even when new, and do not last long”

Howard C., NC (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“brake wear on the front brakes seems excessive”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Braking vibration due to warped rotors. The front brakes on Tundras seem to have this common problem. I believe the Toyota brake parts are not properly designed and over heat causing the rotors to warp”

Chris R., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“front end braking it too heavily loaded causing heating and premature wear, having to constantly replace pads and rotors even though I gear down to reduce wear”

Anonymous, BC (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“see first problem”

Anonymous, BC (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Had to have the front brake drum turned”

James P., LA (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)
Squeaking

“The rotors were not worn, the brakes still had a lot of pad on them, they were wearing evenly, but they squeaked all the time. The squeaking got worse when the brakes were applied. Maybe not worse but a more annoying pitch. Nothing fixed it”

Lisa W., MD (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

Exhaust

Muffler, pipes, catalytic converter, exhaust manifold, leaks.

What Owners Say

“Engine check light came on. Catalytic converter not working properly”

Anonymous, BC (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Engine error light on the dash indicated a problem. My mechanic used the diagnostic tool to determine that both catalytic converters needed to be replaced. The cost for original Toyota parts would have exceeded $1900. I replaced them with after ma”

Anonymous, IL (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Had to replace catalytic converter at a cost of around $1400. Issue was related to severe rust idsues on vehicle frame”

Mark T., MO (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“I had to replace both catalytic converters”

Timothy B., IL (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Exhaust leaks

“small leak at flange aft of cat converter.Replaced gasket myself”

Wallace R., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Exhaust manifold

“The manifold cracked on the drivers side. Estimate is $1600 to replace, so I'm shopping for another vehicle”

Anonymous, BC (2004 Toyota Tundra Base 4.7-L V8)

“Loud exhaust sound”

Anonymous, VA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

“Pipe at catalytic convertor rusted - driver side. Entire pipe , including convertor and oxygen sensors had to be replaced”

Anonymous, NJ (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 3.4-L V6)

Body Integrity

Squeaks, rattles, wind noises, loose or cracked seals and/or weather-stripping, air and water leaks.

What Owners Say

Air or water leaks

“Leaks into cab during rain”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Sunroof drains plugged. Water leaking into cab”

Anonymous, OR (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Seals and/or weather-stripping

“Passenger rear door weather stripping around window had to be replaced”

John S., OR (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Squeaks or rattles

“Squeeks when initially driving”

Anonymous, PA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 3.4-L V6)

“There is a groaning sound coming from the suspension or it could be from joints”

Christi C., AZ (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“The steering wheel squeaks when turning it”

Anonymous, AB (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“The factory serpentine belt was replaced in 2015. The replacement belt that was used began to make noise and so I took it back in. As it was just over a year in service it wasn't covered by the warranty but the dealership comped me the cost of the new belt and I paid only labor. As an aside, the factory parts installed on the truck have been remarkably reliable. Replacement parts, including those purchased and installed at the dealership in many cases have not been. As an example, I replaced th”

Michael H., WA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

Body Hardware

Power or manual windows, locks and latches, tailgate, hatch or trunk, doors or sliding doors, mirrors, seat controls, safety belts, sunroof, convertible top.

What Owners Say

Locks and latches

“Door lock stopped working”

Teresa D., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

“right door key entry no longer works”

Charles T., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Seat belts

“Seat belt sensor is not working properly and goes on and off even while seat belts are fastened”

John S., OR (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Sunroof

“electric motor stopped working”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)
Tailgate, hatch or trunk

“had to replace the tailgate supports”

Teresa D., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

“tailgate latch is difficult to operate. It requires more than normal force to open. Occasionally, the tailgate will open on its own when the road is rough. I have to double check and use additional force to make sure it latches”

Charles T., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Windows

“electric motor stopped working”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

Drive System

Driveshaft or axle, CV joint, differential, transfer case, 4WD/AWD components, driveline vibration, traction control, electronic stability control (ESC), electrical failure.

What Owners Say

“The yoke was leaking fluid”

Glenn M., TX (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)
4WD/AWD components

“Problem going in and out of 4WD”

Anonymous, WY (2004 Toyota Tundra Base Unsure)
Differential

“Differential housing disintegrated. Layers of metal rusted and peeled off. I was horrified and replaced the housing. Toyota finally replaced the entire frame of the vehicle”

Anonymous, MD (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“The differential housing rusted through and was dripping significant fluid. Had to replace the whole rear assembly”

Anonymous, MA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Limited slip differential became noisy and failed to work properly”

Anonymous, GA (2004 Toyota Tundra Base 4.7-L V8)

Engine Cooling

Radiator, cooling fan, antifreeze leaks, water pump, thermostat, overheating.

What Owners Say

Antifreeze leaks

“from water pump”

J C., AZ (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Had a small leak in cooling system. A tube near the fire wall leaked. Difficult to fix. Required removing the engine head to replace the tube. Tube was inexpensive, but required lots of labor time to accomplish”

Richard F., SC (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Water pump

“Leaked and needed to be replaced”

Anonymous, MN (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

“Gasket started to show signs of leakage therefore had pump replaced”

Anonymous, TN (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“Water pumped leaked. Replacing pump necessitated replacing timing belt and belt tensioner. It was an expensive repair”

Richard F., SC (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

Engine Minor

Accessory belts and pulleys, engine computer, engine mounts, engine knock or ping, oil leaks.

What Owners Say

“Had to replace the accessory belt. Minor job. Very simple to do”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Difficult to fill up gas tank

“Extended SF Bay area gas nozzles must be held in place to prevent gas flow from shutting off”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“valve-cover gasket”

James B., FL (2004 Toyota Tundra Base 3.4-L V6)

“engine seals needed to be replaced”

Anonymous, SK (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

Transmission Minor

Gear selector or linkage, leaks, transmission computer, transmission sensor or solenoid, clutch adjustment, rough shifting, slipping transmission.

What Owners Say

Coolers and lines

“A pin hole developed in the coolant line”

Glenn M., TX (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)
Transmission leaks

“Toyota issued a service bulletin for changing the transmission output shaft to fix leaks. Dealership cost $1,000, elsewhere $550”

Allen S., OK (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Rear transmission seal is shot and is leaking. There will be a $500 repair bill in my future”

Glen M., PA (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Seal at the back of the transmission was leaking and had to be replaced”

Montie M., TX (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

Electric System

Alternator, starter, hybrid battery and related systems, regular battery, battery cables, engine harness, coil, ignition switch, electronic ignition, distributor or rotor failure, spark plugs and wires failure.

What Owners Say

Exterior lights (other than headlights)

“side lights have condensation during weather changes. Dealer replaced twice under warranty however, this problem is a defect Toyota doesn't want to admit”

Anonymous, NC (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
Interior lights

“When truck is in drive "D", that light is out”

Anonymous, TN (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“auto lights do not work anymore, causing lighting problems that drain the battery”

Anonymous, CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Base 4.7-L V8)

“Light bulbs that light the Tach and Speedometer failed, leading to a very expensive labor charge for a minor part”

Anonymous, ID (2004 Toyota Tundra Unsure 4.7-L V8)

Climate System

Blower (fan) motor, A/C compressor, condenser, evaporator, heater system, automatic climate control, refrigerant leakage, electrical failure.

What Owners Say

“Had trouble thru out the years of not cooling cab off in afternoons and had to add freon every year”

Randy B., AR (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

“My original compressor went out and I had it replaced from one I purchased from Auto Zone”

Larry B., AR (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 3.4-L V6)
Refrigerant leaks

“constant problems with a/c leaks”

Howard C., NC (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

Transmission Major

Transmission rebuild or replacement, torque converter, clutch replacement.

What Owners Say

Clutch replacement

“The Tundra had a frame recall. It seems that in combination with this the steering rack and the lines are corroding and leaking as of Jan. 2015. The clutch has been replaced and am waiting to install a new rack on the new frame once it arrives”

Bruce M., ME (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 3.4-L V6)

“80000 miles - it was toast”

James B., FL (2004 Toyota Tundra Base 3.4-L V6)

Engine Major

Engine rebuild or replacement, cylinder head, head gasket, turbo or supercharger, timing chain or timing belt.

What Owners Say

Scheduled timing belt replacement

“water pump bearing failure, coolant leak”

J C., AZ (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)

“Timing belt replaced at recommendation of mechanic”

Edward M., CA (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

In-car Electronics

CD or DVD players, radio, speakers, GPS, communication system (e.g., OnStar), display screen freezes or goes blank, phone pairing (e.g. Bluetooth), voice control commands, steering wheel controls, portable music device interface (e.g., iPod/MP3 player), backup or other camera/sensors.

What Owners Say

Speakers

“Door speaker 'blown'”

Anonymous, WI (2004 Toyota Tundra SR5 4.7-L V8)
CD player

“The buttons of the stereo system with CD & tape player (yes, tape) player started not responding. At the same time, the driver's door speaker started buzzing”

Anonymous, FL (2004 Toyota Tundra Limited 4.7-L V8)

Power Equipment

Cruise control, clock, warning lights, body control module, keyless entry, wiper motor or washer, tire pressure monitor, interior or exterior lights, horn, gauges, 12V power plug, remote engine start, alarm or security system

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