thanks man, yeh i would really love to keep this truck, besides the problems it has had i love this truck. u dont see many reg cab 4x4's around here and mine will def be the only lifted one where i live so i hope this is the last problemmdspanky1 said:i feel for you man. i to have an 05 but have not had a single problem with it except one of the mud flaps ripping after a snow storm we got here. i just think it sucks how it seems like there is such a hit and miss formation with these trucks. one guy with an 05 has a ton of problems with his but then another guy has more problems with his 06 then a guy with an 05.hope everything works out with your truck man.
And like someone else said, buying a car right after a redesign on it, its also bound to have problems, toyota or not.Jredneck480 said:when im in the mud it tends to hit around 8000
yeh i should prolly be easier to it, but thinking it was a toyota i could do this kind of stuff to it, since i used to beat the hell out of my 2000 prerunner and never had a problem with it, i guess theses new ones cant handle it.Tacolot said:Keeping in mind. When you bag on your truck, things are bound to fuck up.
Just take it easy on the old girl.
And like someone else said, buying a car right after a redesign on it, its also bound to have problems, toyota or not.
i actually might try that thanks manpsujoe said:I had a '99 Ranger. I had 26 warranty repairs in under 18 mths with the Ranger. I firmly requested a sit down with a Ford Regional Service Rep. I explained I wanted Ford to either exchange my vehicle for a similarly equipped new one or give me a full bumper to bumper extended 5 yr/75,000 mile warranty. They elected for the later. And I used it and used it and used it. I kept the truck until the warranty expired. In the end I had close to 40 repairs. Ford had have lost money on my deal. Each time I brought the truck in they would have to keep the truck for a day or two and place me in a loaner.
If I were you I would have a calm heart to heart with the dealership and request that they arrange a meeting with the regional rep in your area.
Check your manual for the Florida Lemon Law informationJredneck480 said:i actually might try that thanks man
the thing is that it hasnt been in the shop to fix the same problem, its all different problems!!! im just gonna hope after this repair that it will be the last because i really want to keep this truckjorgem2 said:Check your manual for the Florida Lemon Law information
If your truck is in the shop more than 30 days total or more than 3 times to fix the same problem they have to refund your money.
did it with a Land Rover and they refunded my money completely, and if you had a trade in they have to return the value in cash., if you want more info on what I did let me know