Every now and again it’s good to give the inner workings of you engine a good cleaning. Not only can it help with the idle speed of the engine and can help improve its performance, but it can also prolong the life of the throttle body motor. The following step by step guild will show you the easiest way to give your throttle body a clean and have it running as good as new.
If you have a new or used Toyota Tundra and you are trying to find ways to improve the fuel economy, check the tires. And no, we aren’t talking about air pressure.
Some 2014 CrewMax and double cab Tundra owners may be experiencing a particular issue with their driver-side seat and its tendency to bind up when adjusted to its rearmost position. The cause of this issue is the rear seat track cover getting caught by the seat side shield, which results in the seat track cover bending backwards.
The speedometer is the part of any truck that we all take for granted. As soon as this part breaks, the vehicle is a hazard and traffic ticket waiting to happen. Unfortunately, there are many reasons why this part can stop working. We’re going to run through some of the most common reasons that will hopefully get you back on the road.
It seems like every year, auto manufacturers release new, attractive paint colors and names to add to their pallet of factory finishes. Although the new colors may improve the vehicle’s aesthetics, they sure don’t make it any easier to try and match them when it comes time to touch-up your truck’s exterior.
If you are having trouble matching up to your Toyota Tundra’s paint color, do not worry, just utilize this simple reference guide and you’ll be well on your way.