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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: surlynkid] #644602 09/09/05 08:52 PM
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Jake97T Offline
Body Damage is Cool
Updated my address with Toyota today as well, im getting a letter too...

Who is going to be the first to have the service manager try and weasle out of replacing their steering linkage because of some "modifications"


97 FZJ80, Stock, Factory Lockers.
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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: Jake97T] #644603 09/09/05 10:03 PM
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4xGeek Offline
Body Damage is Cool

Shouldn't be any balking... We're not talking about an already failed component (for most), we're talking about a component they've deemed unworthy to stay on vehicles well out of warranty.


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'97 T-100 4wd sr5-suto, 3" BL, 1.5" BJ spacers, 35" ProComp AT's, 4.88's, Bilsteins x 6, etc...

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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: 4xGeek] #644604 09/09/05 11:38 PM
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elnido Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
I just spoke with a guy at Toyota Support to change my address, he confirmed my recall eligibility, gave me a case # and said I don't have to wait for the letter. He also said, if they give me the run around, call him direct and he will make it happen immediately, no sense in crashing first.
Good luck everyone!

Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: elnido] #644605 09/10/05 02:22 AM
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Scott Broam Offline
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Per the 800 # - it's 4WD T100's. That should answer an early Q. Anybody hear otherwise?


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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: Scott Broam] #644606 09/10/05 04:24 AM
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Jake97T Offline
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That is correct, just the 4wd, Toyota HQ said it will be the end of the month into October before the parts are sent out and we get our notices. I would definetly call HQ at the number above and make sure you give them your VIN and current address.


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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: Jake97T] #644607 09/10/05 09:39 PM
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I'm definitely going to have to call Toyota, since I'm the 3rd owner of my T100, and I know they don't have my info.

Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles #644608 09/12/05 08:53 PM
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Honger Offline
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Very pleasant folks to talk to...
Information updated and I've got a case/reference #. I can't wait to get this replaced. I was very close to buying the part along with upper TRE's. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: rmg] #644609 09/13/05 10:47 PM
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Sneaky_Snapper Offline
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When I get my linkage done under warranty (I am eligible), is there anything I should have the dealership replace while they have it torn apart. I have 84,000 miles on my truck.

thanks, Brad


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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: Sneaky_Snapper] #644610 09/13/05 11:09 PM
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adam Offline
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There's very little tearing apart to do. Might as well have the TREs inspected, but to replace them will be on your dime. They will probably try to sell you an idler arm with it too. You could go to a dealership to get a dash light replaced, and they'd try to sell you an idler arm with it.


~Adam


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Re: Toyota Recalls 978,000 vehicles [Re: adam] #644611 09/15/05 02:17 AM
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Honger Offline
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You could go to a dealership to get a dash light replaced, and they'd try to sell you an idler arm with it.

<img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" /> So true! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/lol.gif" alt="" />
I don't think I've been there a single time that I haven't been told about my idler arm. Granted, the jury-rigging I did on the idler arm grease boot probably warrants that... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/shiner.gif" alt="" />

Question, will they need to do an alignment after replacing the relay rod? I'm guessing not... but was curious what ya'll thought.


1998 Toyota T100 SR5 ExtraCab 4WD
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