My Tundra will not stop squeaking and
popping. I have been to the dealer 4
times and all they will do is lube the
leaf springs. Finally on the 4th visit
they tell me they are not going to fix
the problem because Toyota will not
reimburse them for repairs. The 1st
Tech that came out told me that its a
common problem and that I need new leaf
springs. The Service Mgr. then came out
and said that Toyota is aware of the
problem but will not do anything about
it because not enough people have
complained. Their fix for this problem
is to bring it in and let them lube the
springs every time the squeaking
exists. As soon as I drive off of the
lot it starts again.
Toyota needs to take care of their
customers in a more respectable manner.
This is the poorest excuse I have ever
heard from a car manufacturer.
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