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'12 Crewmax ... 3 small pet peeves on such an awesome truck

1. Heated/AC controls in the back seat
2. Folding Up rear seats
3. Better sound system .. one with a subwoofer that works without needing to be cranked up.
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I really hate my rumble strip impersonating front diff. Till it warms up at least.
I too HATE my howling front diff. Loud when cold but few miles doing 60 and it quiets down. Also Hate my clicking RW TuRD wheels.

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And the sinking dash!!! Just noticed mine doing it now...
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Overall I love my 2012 DC RW. But I hated the speakers so much that they were gone in a week. All new subs and speakers through out ... On the highway with windows down couldnt really enjoy my music. Turns out the speaker material is literally made out of a thin paper. Absolute garbage!
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I cant stand the OEM stock Toyota remote starter it shuts off the engine as soon as you unlock or open the door. I have to start the car twice every time I use it.
What's up with that?
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I cant stand the OEM stock Toyota remote starter it shuts off the engine as soon as you unlock or open the door. I have to start the car twice every time I use it.
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I hate that there is more storage for sunglasses than I will ever own in my life time.
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I hate that there is more storage for sunglasses than I will ever own in my life time.
Put extra magazines in them... (the ones filled with bullets, not cologne ads )
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I hate the ride height stock - so I fixed it with a level kit!

I hate that there are no lights on the door switches - so I'm going to fix it with some LEDs

I hate that the center console is a big black hole at night - so I'm going to fix that with some LEDs

I hate that the DCs don't have a full roll down rear window - probably not going to fix that one.

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I hate that I have yet to figure out how to shut off the damn warning chime for the seatbelts! There has to be an easy way. I'll have to seach TundraTalk to find the answer.

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i hate the 6volt factory camera, it should have been made 12 volt.

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I hate that I have yet to figure out how to shut off the damn warning chime for the seatbelts! There has to be an easy way. I'll have to seach TundraTalk to find the answer.
Buy an extra seat belt. Stash the wired-in belt reciever under the center console/seat with a belt plugged into it (without the strap of course). Install a second receiver to use for your actual belt.

I second the lack of lighting on the doors, and I guess i can complain about the center console lighting as well although it doesnt really bug me.

I also wish my tundra made me coffee for my late mornings. It should also bathe itself at least weekly.

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i also hate the lack of self polishing and waxing paint option
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Buy an extra seat belt. Stash the wired-in belt reciever under the center console/seat with a belt plugged into it (without the strap of course). Install a second receiver to use for your actual belt.
That's almost too easy. Thanks.

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