Question about 2000 Toyota Tundra
I have a 2000 Toyota tundra that runs and drives great and has 155000 miles. But just the other day I stopped at a stop sign and went to pull off and had no throttle response. Also I felt a bump in the brakes when I stopped and the speedometer is delayed. Can anyone help with this? Thanks for any solutions.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First - Check motor mounts - when you let off the clutch, your truck demands torque from the engine putting pressure on the motor mounts. If your motor mounts are bad, your engine will twist more then normal when release the clutch and it may pull your linkage cables tight to your accelerator. Also - you might check the spring at the throttle body and see if it is sprung or something.
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Chatter is caused by brake pad vibration, they make a paste that you put on the back of the brake pads to reduce it or make it go away, another thing that causes it is the rotors were no finished properly when they were turned, another issue is poor quality brake pads, I have always used Wagner or Raybestos brand they are the best and have anti squeak/chatter materials in the pad material.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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