Toyota Recalls Two 2010 Tundra Pickups

Tundra
Toyota issued a recall for two 2010 Tundra pickup trucks — not two kinds of trucks, but literally two vehicles. The recall is due to a faulty joint that can crack and possibly lead to the driveshaft falling off. The same recall affected the 2010 Toyota Tacoma.

Five-hundred Tundras were fixed in the factory, but two found their way to dealerships and were sold before the fix could be made. PickupTrucks.com has the full story.

Both owners can reach Toyota’s Customer Experience Center at 800-331-4331 or contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s vehicle safety hot line at 888-327-4236.

Recall Alert: 2010 Toyota Tundra (PickupTrucks.com)

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Toyota and others knew they were having issues and attempted to hide it. All Car Companies should have came forward with a full disclosures of what car were dangerous. Instead of waiting for a huge media blitz and tons of public pressure. I never seen so many car companies GM - NISSAN - TOYOTA - HYUNDAI having recalls all at the same time. I had no idea my car was affected until I looked on http://www.carpedalrecall.com and found I had a bad Anti Lock control unit on my 2008 Pontiac G8 , my co workers Ford Truck had a recall also. So be careful

YOING

Amazing that Toyota has tracability down to single units.

I guess i find the right stop to finally buy for a dvd player for my car because my mom get bored when we go to our ancestral home outside the city,with your newly launch canva model I guess my mom will really entertain to our trip.

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