59.5 K miles and noted the coolant
reservoir was dry just prior to long
trip Denver to Grand Canyon. Water
pump was leaking and very expensive to
replace...similar to changin timing
belt laybor. Was out of warranty by
time...but I called Go Toyota and they
agreed to pay for the pump, but not the
laybor. I'm happy with the truck, but
dissappointed with the failed water
pump with so few miles...no off road.
Mechanic told me pump was a bad design
by Toyota and it is a common repair for
Good looking and sturdy.
Toyota should have done a recall on the
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