MY 2002 tundra LTD access cab 4x4
seemed solid . The vehicle developed a
pronounced vibration in front axle.
This would vibrate floor boards and
control pedals. The vibration would go
away after vehicle was driven for 10
minutes or if 4 wheel drive was
engaged. The dealer said problem was
tires (bf goodrich rugged
trail265/70/16). I told him to replace
tires , he said this would not help-
huh? The vehicle would wander all over
the highway at 60mph and over! The
seats were very uncomfortable (leather
captains chairs) little or no lumbar
support. The fold down armrests were
too short - my arm kept falling off.
engine was fairly powerful v8 trans was
smooth stereo 6 cd changer was nice
PLease fix seating position -add lumbar
support- add rear seat room- fix
handling problem- put in real windows
in back end
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