A: Yes. That is Sam Elliot. VERY unique voice and I worked on a movie with him in 1989. I'm am 100% positive it's him.
From your friendly Toyota Salesperson :)
Q: Chevrolet Silverado and Toyota Tundra Truck Question Please Help?
For the Chevrolet Silverado what is the difference between the 1500, 2500, and the 3500 and which one do you like more? and what kind of truck should I get a Chevrolet or a Toyota Tundra?
Also for the chevrolet Silverado what is the difference between the WT, LT, and the LTZ?
I do not want a ford or any other truck I specifically said Chevrolet and Toyota
A: WT, LT, and LTZ are different trim levels.
WT ( work truck) is the base trim.
LT is a higher trim level.
LTZ is the top trim with leather, power this, power that....
1500 = 1/2 ton
2500 = 3/4 ton
3500 = 1 ton
They tell you the payload.
They originally indicated the maximum payload of the vehicle, however modern pickups can typically carry far more than that.
The Tundra and the Silverado 1500 are excellent 1/2 trucks. I would suggest you drive both. The truck market is more competitive than ever. People tell you "Toyota can't make a real truck" or "American trucks are made like crap" are fanboys. I've driven every truck on the market. They're all impressive and have tons to offer.
Q: how many miles per gallon does a 2007 toyota tundra truck with the 5.7 get when towing a 7000 pound trailer?
The truck has a crewmax cab.
A: If you see double digits you are probably lucky.
Q: Toyota Tundra truck severely worn front tire after an alignment--is something wrong or did mechanic screw up?
Had tires put on about a year ago, now tire is very worn. If it has something broken can it be fixed by a back yard mechanic?
A: What everyone else said, But, If the alignment was out I would think BOTH front tires would wear. You may have a broken belt in that tire. I bought some crappy Wal Mart tires and that happened to me. Took about a year, too. If the wear is all weird and uneven, its probably a broken steel belt. Any tire store can tell you.
Q: To those who use a pick up truck as a work truck, what is your opinion/experience with the Toyota Tundra?
Is the Tundra a better work truck than a Ford, Dodge or GM truck. Assuming all are made in America, what is your preference that makes you have brand loyalty? What is your story? Is it the miles? The toughness of the truck? What specifically?
A: GM products are easier to change wires plugs . diesels don't even have that though filters have to be changed and thats easier.
Q: When do I need to change / replace the timing belt on my 2005 Toyota Tundra 4 Door V8 Limited truck?
At what mileage do I need to replace the timing belt on my 2005 Toyota Tundra V8 4 door Limited truck?
A: Hi, according to the two Tundra forums I checked, the timing belt needs to be changed at 90K miles intervals. Failure to do so could result in significant engine damage should the belt break while the engine is running due to valves hitting pistons. It is also recommended that if you are going to keep the truck you might want to consider changing the water pump which apparently is behind the timing belt. It is a major job to change the timing belt and if the water pump should fail at say 100K you will be spending twice the money, so maybe a good idea.
Glad I don't own one of these because someone spent $1300 to have theirs changed! My old Dodge 318 V8 Timing chain went over 200K miles before I had to change that.
Q: How do I wire up factory fog lights on a 2006 Toyota Tundra Pickup Truck?
A: In these new cars there are always spare live cables for fog lights in front and rear as well. Just fit the lights, connecting cables are already there ever spare earth cable is also wired up to the switch inside, if not the body will work as earth. Check it with the meter or electric car screw drive with a clip will help you to find the right cables. It will be time consuming, do this job when you have nothing else to do, I am sure you will be through with patience.
Q: what is gonna be a better truck for 2007, toyota tundra or chevy silverado?
Both of these trucks are being redesigned for2007. Both have more power and both will be able to tow over 10,000 lbs. Which will be better? I'd say the Tundra. Look at the toyota and chevy websites and they will tell you about these tucks.
A: First of all, I dont know Y some of Y'all dissin tha dodge ram cuz its a Boasty van. Second, Altho u say chevy has been buildin vans b4 toyota n mayb dodge, but personally, I think that this silverado is a bag of bull5h1t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Let me say that if dodge wuz apart of this, I would say Dodge all the way, but because its only the tundra & Silverado, I would say without a doubt,
TOYOTA TUNDRA of course. I mean come on, this here van has mo features than a silverado (not as muchas a Ram), sure maybe less power in hp, but it power depends on the driver. I recommend highly the Tundra. And The Argument DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Q: I have a 2000 Toyota Tundra v8 The truck does not start everytime --Sometimes it clicks a few times?
I have a good battery and clean cables- It clicks a few times and then starts--I don't see a starter--Where do I look for this problem?
A: The solenoid contacts are bad inside the starter. It is in a bad spot, under the intake manifold and requires the manifold to be removed to access the starter for replacement. You have to be real carefull not to drop anything down inside the manifold/engine. Good Luck--T&T
Q: Own a Tundra or other full-size truck? What is the best interior/exterior accessory?
I like having convenient "gadgets" and my truck is no exception. What do you like that is unique or handy?
A: Personally, I love the trip and fuel mileage computers. GPS units are Second,
Q: When is the appropriate time to change the timing belt on a 2000 Toyota Tundra 4x4 truck?
A: Before it breaks. Seriously, it's in your owners manual under maintenance. Usually around 75k miles, but check to be sure.
Q: I have a 2002 Toyota Tundra. The truck shakes when I brake at any speed. What could cause this.?
I have changed tires. brakes and ball joints but it continues to shake. I have been on the forums looking and others have the same problem but no answers. Any ideas that I have not mentioned.
A: Do to lateral (in and out) run-out the brake rotors are causing your issue. Toyota dealerships charge an exorbitant amount to re-machine them back to a parallel position. See if there is anywhere else in town to have them trued back up. If you are the person that's going to remove the rotors pull the brake caliper bracket off and use a one pound "persuader" maul to tap them loose from the back side.
Next time around clean up the inside of the rotors that faces the hub with a flat brush mounted on a mandrel powered with a battery or electric drill motor. Any hardware-store has thes inexpensive brushes. Clean up the face of the hub where the studs are also. Paint on a thin amount of never seize on the inside face of the rotors that meet the wheel studs. They'll never stick from rusting again.
Q: What's the biggest size tire a 00 Tundra can put on the truck w/out any lift kit on it or anything?
I would like to put the BF Goodrich A/T on it. The current size tire i have now is 265/70/R16's.
A: You can use a 32x11.5x16" tire, if you mount it on your stock
rim, the sidewalls will bulge out a little. You should not use
a tire too much larger or you will affect the wheel travel and
could cause rubbing when turning.
Q: Is and or why is the Tundra the only Toyota with 0% financing? I do not really need a truck as big as the Tu
Is and or why is the Tundra the only Toyota with 0% financing? I do not really need a truck as big as the Tundra but who can pass a Toyota with 0% financing? I was thinking of a stick shift (but I live in the Chicago area and there is only auto) v6 (cheaper and mpg) regular cab (cause it’s smaller and cheaper) 4x2 Tundra. Is the current Tundra made in Indiana? Other then the size and the fact the Tacoma has that plastic bed, I really don’t see any difference between them. Anything else I should know? I know this is a lot but thanks for reading.
A: Did you fall and hit your head recently or have you always been stupid???
Borrow money to buy a vehicle??? What are you NUTS? Cars lose value. NEVER borrow money to buy things that go down in value. That is just STUPID! ALWAYS pay CASH for cars. What's that? you dont have that much cash? OH that means that you can't afford it! Toyota trucks last a long time...just like american trucks last a long time. So...Why not buy a good used one? Take whatever amount of cash you have, add that to the value of your current vehicle...and PAY CASH for a good Used Toyota Tacoma in that price range. Then take that money you are thinking about making a payment with...and have your bank AUTOMATICALLY WITHDRAW that amount into a separate Savings account.
After you have enough cash saved in that account, PLUS the value of your current truck to pay cash for a New one...Then buy a NEW truck. Then start the cycle over saving cash for the next one.
This is how intelligent responsible adults do it. Children in Adults bodies who want it NOW finance cars. Be a Grownup with your money! Besides...They ride better when Paid for!
Q: What is the best truck Toyota Tundra or the Nissan Titian?
A: Go with the Toyota, you can't go wrong! The Nissan is not even in the same league as the Toyota. Look at the resale value on both and you will see what I mean.