Toyota Tundra Horn Not Working? Let’s Work it Out!

Tundra Horn

It can be quite annoying when your horn stops working. Fortunately, it can be a simple fix. We’re going to run through the most common areas where it could have failed to give you the best chance to get it working again. Read more…

Most Popular Appearance Mods for Tundras

For some Tundra owners, bone-stock is the way to be. For others, modifications are the first order of business.

If you find yourself in that second camp, here’s a list of popular appearance modifications for newer Tundras, with some information and advice about each. Read more…

Toyota Tundra Oxygen Sensor Replacement

O2 Sensors

Oxygen sensors are tripped up by the smallest things, and can either cause an annoying check engine light to show on your gauge cluster, or can be the sole cause of your Tundra running like it is sick from the flu. Luckily, they are very easy to change, and can be done in a matter of minutes.

If you’re looking to remove and install one or more oxygen sensors on your Tundra, follow these six easy steps to get the job done quickly. Read more…

Is your Camry’s Transmission Whining? It Could Be A Cable – TSB

Camry TSB 2014

If you own a 2012-2014 Toyota Camry and hear a high-pitched whine noise that is most noticeable while driving at a steady speed between 40-70 mph, it’s because of the control cable of your Camry’s U760 transaxle. Read more…

Motor Trend Names Truck of Year, 2015 Ford F-150 Comes In Third

The internet is a buzz today with news that Motor Trend has named the Chevy Colorado as the Truck of Year. While, this is great news for Chevy, many expected the new Ford F-150 to easily walk away with the honor. Instead it got third.

Motor Trend Names Truck of Year, 2015 Ford F-150 Comes In Third

Motor Trend felt this Transit was a better work truck than the new F-150.

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