Tundra Technical Information

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Below is a list of bulletins provided by Toyota pertaining to the Tacoma. These links are in PDF format and hold a wealth of information.

The Tundra is a full-size pickup truck introduced by Toyota in 2000. It was widely considered to be the first full-size import-brand truck built with an American look and feel and a refined V8 engine. The Tundra was eventually nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award and was Motor Trend magazine's Truck of the Year in 2000 and 2008. The first generation Tundra had many similarities with the older Toyota T100 and the compact Toyota Tacoma. In 2004, the Tundra joined the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series and got its first win at Michigan International Speedway on July 31 that year. In 2006, the Tundra got Toyota's first manufacturer championship winning 12 of the 25 races. The model also got the driver and owner championship with Todd Bodine and Germain Racing. A larger Tundra was introduced at the 2006 Chicago Auto Show. It had lifted cues of its smaller brother the Toyota Tacoma. The truck had many enhancements, such as a towing capacity of up to 10,000+ lb. When the new Tundra first came out in February 2007 it was available in 31 configurations, which consisted of 3 bed lengths, 3 cab configurations, 4 wheel-bases, and 2 transmissions. Toyota made the new Tundra useful for many construction workers, by including extra large door handles, deck rail system, integrated tow hitch, and headrests that can fit a worker with his hard hat on. Currently the Tundra is assembled in San Antonio, Texas, where production was consolidated in 2008.

2010 Tundra Parts

Latest Bulletin
Fuel Sending Unit Upper Cover Installation T-SB-0399-09

Engine Bank 1 and Bank 2 A/F and O2 Identification