812 TrueDelta members own (or used to own) a 2000 or newer Toyota Tundra. 43 of these members
(5.3%) have reported transmission repairs for their car.
A total of 61 transmission repairs to Toyota Tundras--an average of 0.1 per
vehicle--have been reported.
381-horsepower 5.7L V8 6-speed automatic 4WD, part-time w/low range
Rear differential gasket was leaking between the bolts. Went to two dealers. First one said it was water, second one said it was normal. Sent an e-mail to Corporate and they called the closer dealer. Took it in again and they replaced the gasket in half a
Rear differential leak between the bolts on both sides.
Broken front driver's CV joint.
Dealer replaced entire driver's side front axle.
All warning lights came on, at same time pulled over and called dealer. Drove to shop, left four days waiting for parts, first set was wrong second set took manager to install. Tech didn't know how neutral safety switch and tranny module failed.
Drive shaft universal joints were making noise at very low speeds.
U-Joint bushings at differential was squeeking, U-Joint needed replacement.
Engine Check code was P2714 & P0776 transmission sensors. Shop inspection, the mechanic said the trans fluid was leaking; need to replace trans output shaft seal and top off trans fluid. Instead of replacing tran per first quote.
Check engine light on P2714 and P0776 came on again after awhile from previous repair. Still hesitating when acceler. Went to Toyota dealer to see what it would take to repair and do oil change. After the visit no problem now.
When going in for a routine maintenance, the mechanic asked me about the check engine light and then he said said he took care of the problem for no charge. The engine was hesitating and the CEL said sensors in the trans were the problem.