posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 11:58 PM
Hat’s off to this guy for finding the problem
Lie After lies. Toyota has the best lobbyist money can buy.
Not the sticky gas pedals or the mat design? It’s the customers. There driving the car wrong. Yeah right .. It’s the Electronics. The problem is
the main buss electrical system. Serial based and can be hacked if someone wanted too. I always said this but no one ever believed me either.
Today a Toyota excuitive stated on fox. “ It’s the drivers, there just driving the car wrong and are hard on the brakes. Its’ not us.” This
was stated on fox business with Cuvato today.
Warning ! for those thinking of buying a Toyota truck.
All of the entire Toyota truck line has serious brake problems too. Tundra, Sequoia, and Land Curser. All from 2000 and up. Toyota would never recall
all these vechiles. The problems with the brakes stem from warping rotors, parking brakes not holding and or just falling apart. Brake calipers to
small, Rotors to Small. Metal composition of all Toyota rotors are aluminum rotor hats fused to a cast Iron disc. (something tells me that’s not a
good thing to do, hmmm.) Rotor cracks and complete factures. The list goes on and on. Read any Toyota forum you will be so surprised at how long
Toyota has been getting away with the brake problems. The main problems with all Toyota trucks is the brake systems in all models. Last week Toyota
announced they will address all brake problems in the truck line back to 2005. Your out of luck if you own 2000 to 2004 These trucks are havoc with
serious brake problems. So now I know why Toyota is avoiding these years. So the fix for the truck lines from 2005 and up is installing, Drum
Roll….. An electronic Module. How dumb can these people get? This provides no fix at all to any of the trucks or cars. The problems in the truck
line and some cars are mechanical, bad workmanship and just plane cost cutting corners to the point where it will kill someone. I’m stuck with this
death trap Toyota Sequoia with chalk blocks for parking on a hill. Made them myself for $10 bucks. The Toyota dealer said to me they will fix
nothing on the Sequoia, except change out the rotors for the third time with the same rotors that will warp again. The last time the front right
rotor warped bad when I was going down a long hill on the intersate. The truck was vibrating like crazy for the next 100 miles. I’m glad I made it
Words of advice. Don’t buy a Toyota!
Take if from a Toyota Sequoia Owner, there not holding a value anymore either.
Lucky for me I still own a 2500 Suburban tank. It has brakes. It’s American made in Detroit according to my VIN. My wife is driving My 2500
suburban now, and it's safe.