Toyota T100 Experts

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Toyota T100 Model Overview

Toyota T100 Questions

Richard Sharier

Toyota T100 2.7

I have no pedal in the clutch pedal took clutch cage out and it was broke on left side welded it up notice that firewall has cracks in it as well so I put a plate of steel between clutch cage and f...

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How Do I Check The Fuel Injectors On My 1998 Toyota T100 3400

m1998 toyota t100 3400 said it was miss firing on #3 cylinder i changed plugs and wires and coil above #3 and still missing and the computer says miss fire #3

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Truck Wont Start

I cant figure out what the problem is; my truck wont start i thought it was do to my clutch pedal start switch but i changed it out and im getting the same result i just makes a single click sound ...

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Jamie Points

Hydraulic Clutch

Just changed clutch and now pedal had no pressure

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1998 Toyota T100 Would Start

why it would not start

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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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Toyota T100 Overview

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.