Question about Toyota Tundra
The problem is it does'nt happen all the time. Any one of a dozen sensors or solenoids or ignition issues , or a computer could be the problem, Without actually testing we here are all just guessing, Since any part alone is say $100 would you really trust someone sight unseen to recommend a part. What has to happen is a technician will have to hook up his scanner and drive the car till this happens and then capture on the scanner the data from all the sensors to see which one is acting up. Their is no other way to diagnose this other than waiting till it poops out all together. A dealer usually will not drive your car for a few days since the tech only get paid peanuts (flat rate), but an independant may with your permission at a loss in order to prove himself and gain a customer. I know you would like a solid answer but really there is none. I'm sure the dealer told you this already. Anyone could just throw parts at the car with your permision but that really won't make you happy in the long run.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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