2004 Toyota Tundra Overview

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2 Dr STD Standard Cab LB
Avg. Price: $7,615
Limited
Avg. Price: $13,451
SR5
Avg. Price: $11,913

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4.65 stars

Based on 17 reviews

Great Truck by thespurs50
 — Bought mine in 06 with 17k miles on it and it now has over 150k. Not ever had one problem with this truck, power is good, gas mileage good for a truck and it is the perfect sized truck for someone wh... Read More
I Cannot Live Without My Tundra. by Matthew
 — This is the best car I have ever owned. It is built very solid. There isn't a rattle, squeak, whine, etc, and that is after 70,000 miles. It still drives like new. In 2004, this was the the only... Read More
Great Truck Would Buy Again! by Joshua
 — I absolutley love this truck. People make fun of me for having a toyota truck but this thing is awesome. I smoke other trucks off the line. It will haul anything I put in it. It rides like a dream and... Read More

2004 Toyota Tundra Overview

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Based on 17 reviews

2004 Toyota Tundra

In 2004, the Toyota Tundra made strides towards becoming a true full-size truck with the addition of a crew-cab body style. Still smaller than its American competitors (F-150, SIlverado, Ram), the standard Tundra is more of a full mid-size than mid full-size.

Reviewers of this truck have praised its smooth ride and the power of the optional 4.7-liter V8, while others have panned the base 3.4-liter V6, wondering what place a V6 has in a truck of this size.

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Toyota Tundra Questions

FrankieZ4
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Speedometer/odometer Not Functioning

The speedometer as well as the odometer are not functioning. Even after replacing the VSS, it still won't calculate the speed or show how many miles have been driven. All other gauges work fine. All f...

7 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
LSA72347
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The Oil Pressure Gage Goes Up Half Way When Running And Goes Back To Low Du...

20 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)
tclark228
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2004 Tundra Transmission Idles When Stopping Then Jumps Into 1st Gear

I have a 2004 2wd V8 Tundra and when I come to stop or slow down the transmission seems to idle or disengage and then jumps back into the gear it should be in (usually 1st when stopping completely or ...

131 views with 4 answers (last answer 2 months ago)
Bob Gilliam
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Where Was My Truck Made?

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04tundraak
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How Much Does It Cost On Average To Replace The 4 Wheel Drive In A 04 Tundr...

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