It is in the book I remember reading it yoiu have to drive around in circles.TRDRadRedTaco said:I remember reading that there is a calibration TSB on these. Not sure how old your truck is but maybe the dealer didn't do it. Take it back to them
I've got a spare board/display unit. It only has about 5k miles on it.sean6664 said:I have the same probelm. My temp/compass just stopped working one day. Next morning it started working. One week later and it's not working again. I have 40K on my truck and the dealership says a new unit, not installed, is $1,500. Give me a break. I bought a Toyota for the quality. I've got four Toyotas in the family but my new Tacoma is having all the problems. :sosad:
From what other people have said in other threads on this topic, it sounds like a fried circuit board. Is their a way I can just get the board or possibly have it fixed?
this might be out of the topic but how were you able to tell that the rear window was leaking?Poffy74 said:Mine just did it too with 60 miles left on the warranty. I parked my truck yesterday and made my girlfriend drive me around.
Brought it to the local dealer who has ordered the part and will install when it comes in.
I'm beginning to question the longevity of our "bullet proof" trucks. Nothing ever broke like this in my previous Toyota's. So far, I've had every ailment as everyone else along with the broken steering rack seal the first day I've had it.
Problems thus far:
Steering rack seal broken from factory --- leaked all Powersteering fluid took a week to get a new steering rack (back in 9/05)
Rear Spring Squeek (fixed via TSB)
Rear window leaking (fixed)
Engine tick (TSB)
Heating Fan noise (fixed)
now the temp/compass (being fixed)
bottoming out like everyone else..
What's next that won't be under warranty??
05 DC 4x4 TRD Sport