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Toyota Recalls Certain Tundra Trucks - Toyota Parts Blog

As of late, Toyota vehicles have become more and more advanced with self diagnostics. It seems like everything that could go wrong has a light that notifies the driver about the issue so he or she can take the vehicle to their Kansas City Toyota Dealership and get the problem resolved. In order for this technology to work, however, they must be correctly calibrated either at the factory or at a dealership. It was recently brought to Toyota’s attention that several of it’s auto-mobiles were not calibrated correctly, so some of the detectors were not registering problems as they should.2007-2011 Tundra

The vehicles in question, several 2007-2011 Toyota Tundra’s, seemed to be having issues with the tire pressure sensors. They were not calibrated correctly at the factory, and the sensors were then rendered useless. Most of the effected vehicles were located in the south western United States

To remedy this obvious issue, Toyota is letting all owners of the effected Toyota Truck can come into any dealership so the mechanics terry can re-calibrate the tire pressure sensor.

Written by Tom Blackman