Toyota T100 Experts

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Toyota T100 Questions


What Would Cause The Motor To Stay Running When The Key Is In Off Postion?

the key will start the truck but when I turn It off the motor stays running but electrical stuff turns off

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Low Rpm At Start Up

Typically when I start the engine it will rev up until it hits operating temp. Sometimes when I start the engine there is no rev at all. It starts and runs at sub idle until it warms up. Is there a se...

14 views with 2 answers (last answer 3 weeks ago)

Why Does My Od Keep Dropping Out Then Kicking Back On At Highway Speeds

when I am driving at 40 to fifty mph or more under normal load and on flat road my od keeps fluctuating even at steady speeds.

14 views with 1 answer (last answer about a month ago)

I Have A Toyta T-100 Sr5. It Will Start Up And Run Perfectly For A Period O...

41 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 months ago)

Was Wondering How To Remove The Front Door Panel On A 95 T100 Dx.

Need to get access to the bolts for the side mirror

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Older Toyota T100

1996 Toyota T100 Overview
1996 Toyota T100
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1996 Toyota T100 reviews:
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1995 Toyota T100 Overview
1995 Toyota T100
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1995 Toyota T100 reviews:
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1994 Toyota T100 Overview
1994 Toyota T100
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1993 Toyota T100 Overview
1993 Toyota T100
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About the Toyota T100

The T100 was introduced in 1993 to compete with full size pickup trucks like the Ford F-150 and the Dodge Ram. However, sales were only ever a fraction of what the competitors were selling.

The T100 had a number of issues that diminished its appeal for those shopping for a full-sized truck. Even though it was much larger than the Tacoma, the T100 was significantly smaller than other full-sized trucks on the market. In addition, it was never available with a V8, and the first generation was not available with an extended cab.

Toyota addressed complaints by offering an Xtra cab model, and by increasing the engine size, but the T100 still suffered from slow sales. What it lacked in size, however, it made up for in speed and agility.

The T100 was the last pickup that was built in Japan and sold in North America. The T100 was discontinued in 1998 to make way for the Tundra.