2000 Toyota Tundra Consumer Review: Brake/vibration/O2 sensor prob

2000 Toyota Tundra - Consumer Review

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SR5 Extended Cab Pickup (4.7L V8 4x4 4-speed Automatic)

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Brake/vibration/O2 sensor problems
By tundrarules on


2000 Toyota Tundra SR5 V8 4dr Extended Cab 4WD SB


**Brake vibrations
**Frame vibrations
**O2 sensor bad
**Cracked manifold

Had problems with brake vibration. Have
been to the dealer 3 times with the
brakes. After the last time at the
dealer the problem seems to be fixed.

The truck has always had a small
vibration problem. Even after tires

Had a ticking noise when the truck was
first started. That turned out to be a
cracked manifold.

Just got a check engine light. The
dealer says it is an O2 sensor. They
wanted $270.00 to replace it!!!! I am
not falling for that one. Got a sensor
for $50 @ sparkplugs.com.

Worst Features

Better brakes Fix vibrations Quality control on O2 sensors. $270.00...Get real!!!!
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