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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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05 Tundra Pressurizing In Coolant System Overheating

05 Tundra 4.7 v8 is building up way to much pressure and blowing all the antifreeze out of radiator cap I already replaced 2 thermostat and 2 radiator caps I can’t figure out what’s causing it ther...

2005 Tundra Recirc. Fan

My recirculation fan stopped working, but A/C still works. Is there a fuse for this?

4.7 Tundra Reving When Cold?

My Tundra is reving a bit when shifting from p-r and r-d. only when first started but wondering about concern level?

4wd Hi Light Flashing, But Will Not Engage.

2005 Toyota Tundra 4x4 ex cab. When I push the 4wd hi button, light flashing without engaging. Tryed slow, stopped, forward, reverse. No luck.

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Check Engine Light Keeps Returning

I have an 05 Tundra V8 with 47k miles and the darn check engine light keeps coming back on. I have taken it to the dealer 5 times and every time they can't find a problem. If I disconnect the negative...