All Known 2007 Toyota Tundra Problems
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Santa Clara, CA

#65 Feb 10, 2014
Own a 2007 Toyota Tundra for seven years now , the only issue I have seen is a water pump failure at 100K I ran this up to 350K already my workers pick and drop off parts 6 days a week. I have put this truck threw torture and back she never gives up on me. I compare this to the same year Chevy Avalanche , dodge ram, ford The tundra just holds up with no problems. On the Chevy Avalanche the differential went out , the dodge the transmission went out , the ford the transmission went out. I have top grade A mechanics no BS I need my trucks running for my business don’t have time to be getting them fixed all the time....... so I bought 3 more tundra’s 2007 and notice the only failure if the water pump in seven years. The only other truck I did not buy for my guys to use for pick up drop off is the Nissan Titan this is just my experience and fact that tundra does not have as many issues as all the other trucks I mentioned, I also have to add this is more gas efficient now that is a fact my gas card did the math for me that’s a fact. ACE from Fremont Ca Sorry a little late to the conversation .....

Santa Clara, CA

#66 Feb 10, 2014
Johnny wrote:
My 2007 Tundra jerk when driving on level road .It does'nt do it all the time.It's low speed around 30 mph.The dealer said they cant find the problem.I guess i will be screwed when it goes out.Jim hudson says ! Once you experince you never forget it. Thats the truth !!
Hello Johnny , I used to drive Chevy’s all my life when I bought the tundra when you slow down on the straight road there is a brake sensor of some kind you need to allow that sensor to clear be for you hit the gas again its kind of weird but its not a Chevy were you slow down and just hit the gas quickly on slow speeds , it might have to do with the towing package and you notice that your truck slows down for you on the down hill , there is some mechanism im not an expert as you can tell but i figured out how to drive the truck cause i heard that clunk too its not a Chevy truck , so just give about two three seconds before you hit the gas again when you slow down bud

“Oh Canada”

Since: Feb 14

Windsor, Canada

#67 Feb 11, 2014
I bought a blue Tundra for our family owned business. The axle fell out on the freeway and we had to get towed in. This is why I believe the Volt is a better choice for heavy lifting.

Bloomfield, NY

#68 Feb 16, 2014
We all know that Tundras keep on "Truckin" and maintain superior resale value.
Obsessed With My Volt

Manassas, VA

#72 Feb 18, 2014
Truckin wrote:
We all know that Tundras keep on "Truckin" and maintain superior resale value.
"Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt." I'm obsessed with my Volt.

Shreveport, LA

#73 Feb 19, 2014
Very true, the tundra has a hard time towing heavy loads.

Toronto, Canada

#74 Feb 19, 2014
We bought a Tundra to tow plastic for our business. One day we were driving back to Windsor when the axle snapped and fell out on the freeway. We were stranded! After getting towed back to the gay club we bought a Volt. From this point forward we use the Volt for all our hauling needs. I love the Volt.

Spruce Grove, Canada

#75 May 10, 2014
Tammy wrote:
My 07 tundra does the same thing. I am on my 3rd battery. It is very frustrating. Something is draining the battery.
I am having the same problem, Dealer reports this is normal, does he think I was born yesterday. I don't think my next will be a tundra.

Shreveport, LA

#76 May 13, 2014
Wasy wrote:
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I am having the same problem, Dealer reports this is normal, does he think I was born yesterday. I don't think my next will be a tundra.
Do you have an accesory draining the battery?

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