Before we get lots of hate mail, we love the Toyota Tundra. However, like any vehicle, it is bound to have problems that surface well after its introduction. Here is a handy resource guide of all known 2010 Toyota Tundra problems.
Next time someone asks you what your Tundra can pull, tell them that a 2012 5.7L Tundra can pull a 150,000 pound space shuttle…without any modifications.
The Tundra pulled the 150k lbs space shuttle Endeavour across the Manchester Boulevard Bridge, which spans the 405 in L.A. …and it was bone-stock too.
Toyota has released a Technical Service Bulletin for an odd situation where you might have a problem removing your key after putting your truck in park and turning off the engine. The problem is limited to 2010-2012 Tundra models with a column shift automatic transmission/transaxle with a column shifter.
If you own a 2010-2012 Toyota Tundra with a chrome grille, you may want to take a closer look at the corner edges of your hood for paint chips or rub marks. If you notice anything, it may be wise to bring your Tundra to your local Toyota service department.
Owners of Toyota Tundra trucks might have heard about the front brake vibration problem. It was originally a problem with first generation Tundras and mismatched brake calipers. Newer truck owners for years have assumed the issue didn’t apply to them. However, if you have a Tundra manufactured between 2007 and 2012, a new Toyota Service Bulletin, TSB 0131-12, has been released regarding front brake vibration possibly occurring at high speeds.