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Not tundra exp, but toyota dealership experience. As long as the problem persists and its audible to tech's they will replace/repair the needed part. I've not got any problems and the quality of the work was excellent. Infact, in 2002 i took my 1990 celica for some a/c recall stuff, the dealership look at me like i was a fool and i pretty much did my homework prior hand and told them to check my vin to see the open-recall was there (knowing it was there). Low-behold, they 'had' to work on it!
 

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I am MAYHEM!
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I had to have my oxygen sensors replaced at about 25K miles ("check engine" light illuminated) and had no issues with the dealer honoring the warranty. I also had the lower ball joint recall done at the same time and again had no issues.

This work was done to my 2002 Tundra, BTW.
 

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Darrylthenewf said:
Avalonman96

Was the truck over the regular warranty when you got the sensors replaced?
There is a 2000- Mid-2002 Tundra V8 Oxygen Sensor Warranty Enhancement - warranty is extended to 7 years or 90,000 miles from the vehicle's in-service date for the Number 1 Oxygen Sensor, Bank 1 (left side exhaust manifold) and Number 1 Oxygen Sensor, Bank 2 (right side exhaust manifold) DTC PO135 and P0155
 

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There is a 2000- Mid-2002 Tundra V8 Oxygen Sensor Warranty Enhancement - warranty is extended to 7 years or 90,000 miles from the vehicle's in-service date for the Number 1 Oxygen Sensor, Bank 1 (left side exhaust manifold) and Number 1 Oxygen Sensor, Bank 2 (right side exhaust manifold) DTC PO135 and P0155
Inservice date: that means the first time they were fixed? I just bought a 2000 Tundra. Had it four days and the Check Engine Light is now on. Do I just call the dealership to figure out if I qualify? Any dealership?
 

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I am MAYHEM!
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The "in service" date is the date the vehicle was put into service, IE the date the vehicle was purchased and first driven off the lot by the original owner.

For instance, my truck was driven off the lot in October of 2001, hence my truck's "in service" date is 10/01.

See here for more info on warranties: http://autos.yahoo.com/carcenter/warranty/article.html?a=glossary

Hope this helps. :thumbsup:
 
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