Did you get it fixed? And the repair is limited to the condition described. Knowing dang well 07’s and on are over 36k miles. Disappointed with dealership and manufacturer. If there is anything you would like to add, please feel free to leave a comment below. After replacement of brake parts, take the truck for a drive to settle the parking brake shoe and disc. Her car only made noise over 40 mph and i think i have a bad tire (after balancing and alignment) i still get the thumping noise in her car. The noise often is a sign of wear on the rear-wheel bearing, which if it fails can result in a loss of steering control or the separation of the wheel from the vehicle. This effectively changes the wheel alignment repeatedly as you turn, accelerate, and brake. i know this off subject but on the bed rust i was over 36,000 mile but as they said toyota going to take care. If it does not wiggle, that does not automatically mean the wheel bearing is good. Like other TSB’s this repair is covered under the Toyota Basic Warranty, 36 months or 36,000 miles whichever occurs first, …
There are several different vehicular components that can make a squeal or hum. I will use this info while speaking to my dealer thanks again. My truck has 43,000 on it and is out warranty. 4.7 your bed rust has a longer warranty than 36k miles. New parking brake plate sub-assemblies have been developed to address this condition.”. No problem Tim!!! I have very low miles of 32 K. MPToy my 07 has that bearing noise when I turn. I finally got them to take it apart yesterday and it has the problem. My 08 Tundra just started making that grinding noise it has 43,000 miles on it,dealer wants $1100 to fix it.Why isn’t there a recall on this?they know of the problem,they actually put a kit together to fix it,$400 per kit, you need 2, plus labor. While driving, depress the parking brake pedal about 2-3 times. Most of the time, there’ll still be a light grind even when you aren’t braking.
It’ll also cause the tires to wear unevenly (usually on the inside). 2011 45Kmiles . I just recently found out that there is a BIGGER issue here as one of my co-workers has brought his Tundra in for the same issue and the dealer informed him there is a TSB for the this. If you have a bad wheel bearing, it could feel different.
If irregular rubbing is present, then you will need to replace the brake parts with a “Special Service Part Bearing Kit.” Contact your local Toyota dealership for a list of the parts. 8L90E Specs, Performance, and Identification, TH400 Transmission Specs, ID, and Common Problems, Toyota Tacoma: Bad Wheel Bearing Noise Diagnosis, Toyota Solara: Bad Wheel Bearing Noise Diagnosis, Chevy Impala: Brake Lights Stuck On → Diagnosis. Lubegard 19610 Instant Shudder Fixx, 2 oz. Just want to update that the dealership contacted the Toyota service rep and the repair will be covered 100%, […] I have the same problem as described and my dealer took the backing plate off and ground it down to eliminate the rubbing…$175 labor. Just your resident Toyota MDT Technician tip of the day . As they go bad they create heat. As the bearing wears down, it will allow the tire to move in directions it never was meant to. When your brakes have worn really far they can start to make a squeaking sound. Next, the truck will be raised on a lift and the rear wheels will be removed. My 2010 tundra is having the same issue and only has 33k and not covered cause I’m over 36months mark this sucks Toyota should fix this free of charge. Has 46500 miles. I will be going back to the dealer on this and getting the fix. This is done by driving .25 mile on a level, dry road at approximately 31 mph.
Thanks for info. Any noise from a vehicle is bad news.
Tube, Quick Charge 3.0 Car Charger, CHGeek 12V/24V 36W Aluminum Waterproof Dual QC3.0 USB Fast Charger Socket Power Outlet with LED Digital Voltmeter for Marine, Boat, Motorcycle, Truck, Golf Cart and More. There are special tools required to do this. First, the mechanic will test drive the vehicle to confirm the condition by making left and right turns. Yes.
You would also want to turn the tire and see if there is an audible noise coming from the bearing. Took multiple visits and several hours in order to even identify the problem. The problem is not the backing plate at all but carrying heavy loads causing axle bearing to fail. Tags: full-size truck turning • rear rubbing noise • toyota grinding noise • toyota truck noises • turning truck noise. This website is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored, or supported by Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. or any of Toyota's affiliated companies. You still have to pay to fix it even if it’s a TSB unless you’re under warranty. Discussion in '2nd Gen Tundras (2007-2013)' started by navybmc12, Sep 17, 2019. Privacy guaranteed. Good luck diagnosing your Tundra. I’ve put a fantastic YouTube video on this from ChrisFix below. We will not share your information. ©2020 TundraHeadquarters.com. It includes a wheel bearing assy, axle seal, spacer (which contacts the axle seal), snap ring, and parking brake backing plate. All rights reserved. I wonder what makes the “Special Service Part Bearing Kit” special. lifting the truck up in the air (wheels) and trying to feel for play (horz/vert and corner to corner) could be a wheel bearing also. Are Slotted or Drilled Rotors Worthwhile for Towing? If it is, that’s proof positive that you need a new wheel bearing. My 2011 Toyota Tundra has went in twice for this noise. He does all of this.