hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
59,595 miles

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2007 Toyota Tundra engine problems

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2007 Toyota Tundra Owner Comments

problem #4

May 012011

Tundra 4WD 8-cyl

  • 42,000 miles


Buenas tardes queria apoyo para aplicar una garantia Y ayuda en el traslado desde la ciudad de Mexico de una camineta Tundra 2007 con mumero de VIN [xxx], ya que sufre de una constante perdida de potencia, Y no puede desplazarse a mas de 10 millas por hora hable a mi agencia Y no me quieren cubrir, el raslado desde la ciudad de Mexico ya que ES una reparacion que estuve investigando en este largo periodo, Y encontre cerca de 300 dueÑos con el mismo problema que la verdad deberia ser un recall pero en esta critica de estos varios clientes solo 2 acudieron a ustedes Y les pagaron todos los gastos ya que a mi la grua desde aqui me cobra tan solo a la frontera 2000 usd Y aparte yo tendria que tomar un avion Y nuevamnete pagar otra grua hacia san antonio Y reparara esto en una agencia me costaria mas de 4000usd las criticas que les menciono vienen en www.tundraheadquarters.com/blog/2010/04/26/Tundra-sequoia-airinjection-induction espero me puedan ayudar Y que la agencia me pague el traslado Y todos los gastos ya que mi camioneta solo tiene 40,000 millas Y tiene este grave problema muchas gracias mi nombre ES[xxx] mi correo ES [xxx] information redacted pursuant to the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA), 5 U.S.C. 552(B)(6)

- Mcallen, TX, USA

problem #3

Jun 302010


  • 82,000 miles
Air injection system failure causes a check engine light to appear and can cause the vehicle to go into "cripple" mode limiting throttle and speed to 40 mph which could be a serious safety concern in some driving conditions. Dealer stated they currently have two other Tundra there with the exact same problem they.are "replacing the air injection pumps and valves for a total cost of ~$4000 if the vehicle is not under warranty anymore this is all at the owners expense. This is a dangerous problem due to it prevents acceleration and you have a sudden loss of power quite dangerous when merging or in a flow of traffic..

- Sullivan, IN, USA

problem #2

Apr 092010

Tundra 4WD 8-cyl

  • 95,880 miles
Toyota Tundra 2007 w/ 4WD. Vehicle went from normal 2 wheel drive into 4 wheel drive low without warning, without touching any controls. Could not drive faster than 30 mph, engine check light came on. Turned into dealer, they said it was a component in the engine that failed. The warranty inspector came by today and the history data on the memory had been erased and could not duplicate. Vehicle is still in the shop. Dealer states it is defective but the warranty does not want to pay for the repair. The dealer stated air pump in the intake manifold failed. The consumer believe the problem may be the ECU. Updated 05/24/10

- Pineville, NC, USA

problem #1

Jul 212008


  • 18,500 miles
Stuck gas pedal. The incident occurred over a year ago when I was driving on US101 highway near tillamook, Oregon with two of my brothers, one on the front passenger seat, and one on the back. When I slightly press on the gas pedal, the truck took off with RPM at about 6000 and speed of about 70mph, and I could not stop the truck via pressing really hard on the brake. Finally, I was able to stop it by pushing the shift handle to neutral. I turned off the engine and checked the gas pedal to make sure nothing would get jammed, and I did not find anything. When I tried to restart the engine, the RPM shot to 6000 again, and this time I tapped on the gas paddle couple times, and the engine dropped back down to idle. Fortunately, there was no one driving in front of me, and there was no accident involving this incident, but I believed this is a major safety issue that need to get more attention from the truck manufacturer. Btw, I've not let my wife drive this truck since the incident occurred.

- Happy Valley, OR, USA

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