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TOYOTA TACOMA 2010 in for Rear Suspension TSB

My 2010 Double Cab TRD Long Bed had bottomed out on me when I had the bed loaded up with wet soil so I called my toyota dealer and they said Yeah the back end is pretty weak on the Tacoma bring it in and well fix it. I dropped the truck in yesterday and they are upgrading the rear springs on toyotas dime. They even gave me a prius as a loaner car. They couldnt have been more helpful. They did refuse

great experience with my dealer. I read of the TSB here and what others had done to get their dealer to install the new springs and of others that were refused. So I call my dealer and fumbled through a weak explanation of why I think I needed the new springs. He said no problem and ordered the parts. I requested a loaner. When I dropped off the truck they had to teach me how to drive that darn prius.

great experience with my dealer. I read of the TSB here and what others had done to get their dealer to install the new springs and of others that were refused. So I call my dealer and fumbled through a weak explanation of why I think I needed the new springs. He said no problem and ordered the parts. I requested a loaner. When I dropped off the truck they had to teach me how to drive that darn prius.

BMW SERIES 3 E90 E91 E92 E93 BMW 325i vs Prius Maintenance

I know interesting title. Should this even be a comparison That isnt really my question P I feel like I have somewhat of a dilemma and your guys opinions and expertise would be much appreciated So I am looking to buy a new car (my own money) and wanted to know your guys opinions. I was wondering what route to take. My options A 2010 toyota prius about 40-50k miles for about 20k-22k CPO. OR- A 2006

the prius 299999 mile club and prepare to weep httppriuschat.comthreads299-999-mile-club.79235 Some are nudging half a million miles (with few repairs) It would be fun to take out prius to a track day and see how many I can pass in the beginner sessions. With TRD suspension itd certainly be possible What is dealership price on the battery pack replacement A friend who is a service manager at a toyota

Quote Originally Posted by anE934fun What is dealership price on the battery pack replacement A friend who is a service manager at a toyota dealership mentioned that the replacement cost for a hybrid battery pack runs just under 5000. IMO playing games with replacing individual cells is venturing into voodoo land. Also can be hazardous to your health if you dont know exactly what you are doing. toyota

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TOYOTA YARIS Plug in hybrid Yaris

I wonder if anyones seen this add-on that looks idea for a lightweight Yaris. My (US) Yaris is 600lbs lighter than my VW Golf TDi (which gets better mileage on the highway). That being said the light weight leaves room for batteries. I think this add-on would be awesome for a Yaris httpwww.poulsenhybrid.comindex.php

8 grand for 20-30 miles per charge And this isnt 20-30 miles with the engine off like a prius the engine is still idling and using gas. AND its only coasting miles It cant actually push your car away from a stop. Id guess it would pay for itself somewhere around year 20 or 25 but probably not. Not to mention its freaking ugly. When choosing a car to be converted it may be a good idea to look at the

TOYOTA TACOMA What Would YOU do (Mod guidance question)

So I have a new 2011 DCLB SR5 4x4 with the tow package that is for all practical purposes completely stock (Ive done some minor interior mods and swapped out the factory HU speakers are next). Ive done no lift have OEM tires etc. Im tryng to figure out what practical mods will make this a better truck for me given my intended use for it. By practical I mean non-cosmetic stuff. I know that the Hood

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