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Re: ball joint recall [Re: mjletts] #627300
11/30/05 10:30 PM
11/30/05 10:30 PM
Mark in AZ  Offline
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Joined: Jul 2002
Posts: 1,592
Chandler, AZ
The recall was for a 'scratch' on the surface of the ball (if I remember correctly) so unless they disassemble them I doubt they would even know how many were 'defective'. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/zombie.gif" alt="" />


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Re: ball joint recall [Re: shovelhead] #627301
12/31/05 02:10 AM
12/31/05 02:10 AM
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shovelhead  Offline OP
Wheeler
Joined: Dec 2002
Posts: 131
Northern N.J.
finally got the notice 2 days before Christmas


With enough time and enough money ya can fix anything
Re: ball joint recall [Re: shovelhead] #627302
02/20/06 02:06 AM
02/20/06 02:06 AM
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shovelhead  Offline OP
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Joined: Dec 2002
Posts: 131
Northern N.J.
GOT 'ER DONE <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cheers.gif" alt="" />


With enough time and enough money ya can fix anything
Re: ball joint recall [Re: shovelhead] #627303
03/02/06 06:23 PM
03/02/06 06:23 PM
lynchknot  Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 80
The Great Northwest WA
I've been procrastinating. I'm leery about going to a dealer for repairs since a friend of mine whom was a service manager told me every dealership he's worked at, there have been mechanics who sabotage vehicles so they return for repair (replace something with worn out parts, etc) - it's their bread and butter. I have a 2002 runner with 80,000 miles with no steering issues. Do you guys advise I take it in? Hearing earlier on this thread, "after analylizing parts replaced, havent found a set yet that was bad" furthers my procrastination.

Re: ball joint recall [Re: lynchknot] #627304
03/04/06 12:39 AM
03/04/06 12:39 AM
hupptoy  Offline
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Posts: 192
Northern Indiana
2002 4Runners are NOT part of the recall!

hupptoy


99 4Runner SR5 3.4 Auto 4x4, 32" LTX A/T, 154K
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Re: ball joint recall [Re: hupptoy] #627305
03/27/06 07:44 PM
03/27/06 07:44 PM
lynchknot  Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 80
The Great Northwest WA
Quote
2002 4Runners are NOT part of the recall!

hupptoy


Then why did I get a postcard stating that it is?

****edit - here: http://www.toyotaownersonline.com/news/articles.php?id=10

Last edited by lynchknot; 03/27/06 07:47 PM.
Re: ball joint recall [Re: hupptoy] #627306
03/28/06 01:26 AM
03/28/06 01:26 AM
hupptoy  Offline
Wheeler
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Posts: 192
Northern Indiana
You're right...my fault. I was thinking of the other recall (relay rod) for the older trucks...

hupptoy


99 4Runner SR5 3.4 Auto 4x4, 32" LTX A/T, 154K
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Re: ball joint recall [Re: hupptoy] #627307
03/28/06 01:44 AM
03/28/06 01:44 AM
lynchknot  Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 80
The Great Northwest WA
I'm still debating, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". I was wrong about my mileage. I have 69,000 but steering feels brand new. * called toyoter in Vancouver. They said there is no expiration date. I'm wondering if I should just wait until they are worn but then again it could cause my tires to wear out of alignment - ok, new tires so I might as well go do it.

Last edited by lynchknot; 03/28/06 06:28 PM.
Re: ball joint recall [Re: shovelhead] #627308
04/03/06 05:42 PM
04/03/06 05:42 PM
little_joe  Offline
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Joined: Jan 2000
Posts: 10,859
Holly Springs, North Cackalack... *****
I hadn't heard from the dealer from whom I purchased my '04 Tacoma, so I called them today. He ran the VIN and said this campaign did not apply to my truck (it doesn't apply to all VINs).

Is he blowing smoke, or have others had the same experience?


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Re: ball joint recall [Re: little_joe] #627309
04/06/06 12:15 AM
04/06/06 12:15 AM
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Probably blowing the biggest smoke ever. I got a recall notice for my 04 truck several months ago, but I havent taken it in. I'll wait until I get my cornfed spacers in a few weeks then take it in so I can get the thing aligned.

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