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2006 Toyota Tundra Questions

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drives fine on highway or roads ,only overheats in idle after 10 to 20 minutes coolant is fresh and a new fan clutch,thermostat,coolant sensor , no strawberry coolant i am at a loss the dealer canot find an cause , there are two things left to change radiator and ,or pump please advise i love my truck at 260k it never failed me,,,,,,,,,, thank you in advance
I HAVE VERY LITTLE AIR COMING FROM AC VENTS
every you tube video says 06 tundar fuel filter is along rail by drivers door. Autozone says theres no fuel filter on a 06 tundra unless its in the gas tank. There seems to be a short piece of rubber hose added to where fuel filter should be












































































































































I have a 2006 tundra and between 30 and 50 mph it feels like i am running over rumble strips. It does it often.Once past 50mph it runs great.
Loud motor running on starting, sounds like if you held the windshield wiper spray button on. Mechanic says it's a catalytic converter heater fan but I can't find any info on THAT and it runs in the summer. What could it be?
The tire pressure is according to specs. Just had new tires put on with new TPMS kit. The light was on before the tire installation.
Fuse checked OK
I am about to purchase this truck with 166,639 miles and I am thinking of replacing the engine with a newer lower mileage engine of the same size which is 4.0 Like.I said earlier I am about to buy the truck and due to the high mileage I may want to change the after another 1000 miles
Have looked extensively but can not find a refill plug on my 2006 Tundra (V8-2WD). The Toyota service bulletin A750E,F shows a 24mm socket located on the passenger side of the tranny. Not there? Since there is no dipstick on this model, how do I go about adding fluid to the transmission?
AC works. when placed on level 2, cool air blows fine, but anything higher than that, cool air is intermittent and sometime blows warm air. also cool air blow has a delay in it, takes a little time for cool air to start coming in.
It smelled to me like a vehicle that needed its cabin filter replaced but I see the 06 Tundra does not have one. Any ideas what may be causing the smell?
i have never done this before...alot of other repairs i have done:...starters, alternators,radiators, wheel bearings, brake pads and shoes....can i change the valve cover gasket myself??? please and thank you, gatormike813
recently changed headlight relay now parking lights will randomly come on also when I go to start it starts in on position instead of start position any help would be appreciated
I just started noticing a very slight vibration when excellerating around 30 to 50 mph
How many miles should I go before I change transmission fluid in the 2006 Toyota tundra
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