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2005 Toyota Tundra Overview

The 2005 Toyota Tundra brought a few changes from the 2004 model, including a stronger base model, now a 4.0-liter V6, with the step-up being a 4.7-liter V8. Reviewers still complained about the bland exterior and relatively cramped interior on the base model, but the engine seemed to appease some that had continued to complain about the weak base engine.

Conversely, drivers and passengers alike love the quiet and nimble ride. The V8 stays quiet, even when approaching its 282 horsepower capacity. Reviewers have continued to cite moody brakes and mileage as problems, yet most seem to really enjoy their trucks.

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Toyota Tundra Questions

Truck Shuts Off After Radiator Replacement

I replaced the radiator in my truck and now is vibrates a little and eventually shuts off.

HOOD RELEASE

MY HOOD RELEASE CAME APART,HOW DO I REASE THE SECOND [SAFETY RELEASE]

Heater Or AC Will Not Turn On

Heater and AC will not turn on

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2005 Tundra V6 Camshaft And Crankshaft Sensor Locations

Where is a video of location and how to replace both sensors on a 2005 4.L Tundra?

Electrical Problem

What would cause me to lose power to the interior fuse box and what would cause me to lose power to the fuel pump on the outside fuse box when everything else in the fuse box has power