pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
7,590 miles

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2014 Toyota Tundra electrical problems

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2014 Toyota Tundra Owner Comments

problem #5

Nov 102015


  • 20,000 miles


The contact owns a 2014 Toyota Tundra. While the vehicle was parked or in motion, all the locks in the vehicle became inoperable. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the door actuator and master lock failed and needed to be repaired. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified. The failure mileage was approximately 20,000.

- Novato, CA, USA

problem #4

Feb 022015


  • 11,700 miles
Toyota needs to recall door lock systems on trucks. Namely door lock actuators. I had a 2012 Toyota 4runner 2 actuators went out. Now a 2014 Tundra drivers door actuator went bad at 6 months. Sure Toyota will fix this if your in warranty. After that it's my $400-500 bill. It's widely know on the internet these actuators a faulty but Toyota just keeps putting these on new trucks. If these are not working I could get car jacked. Can I get out if in an accident, as I have to remember to manually flip the lever to get out. In a parking lot is someone going to have ez access to my valuables" I am a licensed Ohio concealed carry. Sometimes I firearm is locked in the truck. Is it really locked"

- Morral, OH, USA

problem #3

Jun 062014


  • 4,000 miles
The contact owns a 2014 Toyota Tundra. The contact stated that while driving approximately 65 mph, the lights on the instrumental panel became inoperable. The contact mentioned that the failure recurred nine times. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for diagnosis. The technician was unable to locate the failure. The vehicle has not been repaired. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The approximate failure mileage was 4,000.

- Mcleansville, NC, USA

problem #2

Mar 112014

Tundra 8-cyl

  • 2,248 miles
I purchased a 2014 Toyota Tundra in November 2013. In March 2014, with 2,248 miles on the truck, I went to leave work and the truck would not start. It was towed to the dealer and they informed me that rodents had chewed through two wiring harnesses (e.g., #7 coil, temp sensor and the active brake booster), one of which was the main wire harness. I was lucky that the vehicle did not start. If the vehicle had been in operation (with mostly chewed through wiring) the wiring could have become loose and the vehicle may have lost steering, brakes, or other critically important safety functions may have ceased to work. The end result could have been a crash, fire, injury, or even death. Using a soy based product to coat the wires is a design flaw which must be corrected. Although the intent was to utilize a more ecologically friendly insulation material, the design engineers omitted to consider the attractiveness of the ecologically friendly insulation material to rodents (e.g., squirrels, mice, and rabbits), the rodents are common in most residential areas in the United States, and the rodents could easily damage the wires. I have spoken with the dealer (stapp interstate Toyota Scion of frederick Colorado) service manager, Toyota customer experience center, Toyota motor sales, U.S.a., Inc. Customer relations administrator, and Toyota motor sales regional customerfirst manager. Each time Toyota is denying ownership of their defective wires and the safety-related need to correct them.

- Longmont, CO, USA

problem #1

Apr 212014


  • miles
The contact owns a 2014 Toyota Tundra. The contact stated that the instrument panel lights created a blinding glare during night driving and there was no way to adjust them. The vehicle was taken to the dealer who stated that the vehicle was operating as designed. The manufacturer was contacted about the failure. The failure mileage and VIN was not available.

- Warrentown, WV, USA

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