Hell I bought a $45k Tacoma TRD PRO in 2019 and it didn’t even have front parking sensors! It’s their most expensive model. All brands can be frustrating. Try ordering a new Porsche. It’s all a la carte.
Exact same thing happened to me on my 6.2 Trail Boss with 194 miles on it. They only wanted to replace the one that broke. I said I didn’t want the truck back until they replaced all of 16 of them. A month later my truck was done. Kind of annoying when you have to sit on the side of the road for 2 hours waiting on the dealership to pick it up. Oh and it was 2 days before Xmas and 20° out so I couldn’t keep it running to have the heat going. It definitely left a bad taste in my mouth but I ended up keeping it. So far no other issues since then and I have 15,500 miles now. Love this truck. It’s frustrating but they’ll take care of you.
When it happened it started shaking then died on the off ramp of the freeway. I got it started again then pulled over immediately hoping to not do any further damage. I then waited over a few hours for the dealer to have it towed, Christmas Eve, 24° out. Good times.
Mine did the same with the same code. Broken valve spring 6.2 with the 10 speed. They only wanted to replace the one spring. I said I didn’t want the truck back until they were all replaced. My truck wasn’t in the window of the recall but the engine was. Built at an earlier date. A few weeks later they replaced all the springs and everything’s been fine since. Problem showed up at 197 miles. Now have 8,000 but yours sounds like a transmission issue? Sorry you’re having problems. Very strange. I hope you get it figured out.
21’ LT TB 6.2 10 speed and I’m getting average 17-18 and at best 23mpg. I drive mostly country roads and rarely sit in traffic. 5 mpg sounds like you’re gunning it often? When I fill up it says 400 miles to empty and I get pretty close when I fill up.
It’s Southern California. My sister couldn’t get a new Tacoma without paying the $5k markup. So I told her to looks in Arizona. She flew in, found a new truck in Tucson and is driving it back to CA as we speak. I bought my 21’ TB 6.2 in December for just under MSRP in Colorado. Maybe I got lucky?
2021 6.2 LT TB purchased in with 4K miles. Valve spring went out at 197 miles. A month later all the springs were replaced and I haven’t had a big issue since. My parking sensors still kinda work sporadically and the dealer hasn’t been able to fix it. Although lately the error pops up less and less.
Agree. First I had the broken valve springs, now the brake system failure and parking sensors working when they want. First issue fixed and supposedly a software update was supposed to fix the last two. Well my parking sensors still work when they want, truck clean too, nothing dirty blocking the sensors. I hate Tundras and Fords. I’ve always been a GM guy band I love my 6.2 Trail Boss but if I keep having these issues I may have to do to Ram. Not sure if that’s even a better move or not. My 70’ C10 has a leaky quadrajet carburetor and is still more reliable.
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