2004 Toyota Tundra Recalls

RepairPal Expert Overview on May 13, 2015

When deployed due to a crash, the passenger front air bag can deploy with excessive force, causing debris and fragments to strike and injure occupants. 

RepairPal Expert Overview on October 20, 2014

Certain vehicles are being recalled because the passenger airbag inflator may rupture upon deployment. Vehicle occupants could be struck by metal fragments resulting in personal injury.

RepairPal Expert Overview on June 20, 2014

Certain vehicles are being recalled because the driver and/or passenger airbag inflator may rupture upon deployment. Vehicle occupants could be struck by metal fragments resulting in personal injury.

RepairPal Expert Overview on June 11, 2014

The Passenger front airbag inflator could rupture upon deployment, increasing the risk of injury to vehicle occupants from flying debris.

RepairPal Expert Overview on April 11, 2013

The passenger front airbag inflator could rupture when deployed, allowing metal fragments to strike vehicle occupants and increasing the risk of personal injury.

RepairPal Expert Overview on February 28, 2007

The front lower ball joint may wear prematurely, causing increased steering effort and possibly noise in the front suspension. If the vehicle is continually driven, the ball joint may separate and cause a loss of vehicle control.

RepairPal Expert Overview on January 12, 2007

The manual on/off switch for the front passenger airbag does not meet the federal airbag standard.

RepairPal Expert Overview on July 5, 2005
RepairPal Expert Overview on May 31, 2005

On trucks equipped with the TRD dual exhaust and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), there may be a clearance problem that can wear a hole in the brake line. If this happens, brake fluid may leak, which could cause increased stopping distance and a crash.