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Old 06-12-2012, 04:19 PM   #106 (permalink)
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I had it. It would do it right after when letting off the brake pedal after coming from a stop. It did not do it every time. I though it was normal. This truck was bought used with 67K so weeks later after aquiring it, I decided to conduct a trans fluid after the fluid change the shifts were smoother and the "klunk" has been gone since then.

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Old 06-12-2012, 05:03 PM   #107 (permalink)
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Seems the 07 and 08's had this problem more so than the 2010's on up, but could be wrong since as the tundra ages, the driveline clunk will and can happen more often. However, my former 2007 had it bad right off and dealer greased everything up before 10K and was better.
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:00 PM   #108 (permalink)
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I took it in 20hrs. ago told them prob. the man said they check and advise call me & said
they would let me know when parts were in, no problem. I just happend to find the right
Advisor? It's only been four years! the first guy told me it was my brakes. I new he was full of it. If not for this forum and all of you out their I would not have clue. "thank you all"
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:15 PM   #109 (permalink)
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I took it in 20hrs. ago told them prob. the man said they check and advise call me & said
they would let me know when parts were in, no problem. I just happend to find the right
Advisor? It's only been four years! the first guy told me it was my brakes. I new he was full of it. If not for this forum and all of you out their I would not have clue. "thank you all"
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If that don't fix the problem i know what might. I had the same problem. I took mine in and they say it was low on transmission fluid don't know how it did not leak out. So they fill it and bingo bump gone not been back scene.


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Old 12-05-2012, 08:46 PM   #110 (permalink)
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The last 12k or so I've started having this problem, however not so much at a stop, but I drive about 1-1/2 miles at 55mph from my house then drop down to 35mph through town, this 55-35mph coast is where mine happens almost every time, doesn't do it each time but getting pretty consistant now as soon as I ease back into the throttle it gives that bump feeling like the transmission is shifting or something. I'm wondering if it has something to do with the torque converter unlocking and locking back up.
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Old 12-06-2012, 09:07 AM   #111 (permalink)
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I took my 2010 crewmax 2wd for service and asked them to check this same issue about a year ago and they said everything was torqued and was to tolerance in the shaft. I asked what the hell does that matter if there is still a problem. This thread makes me mad.
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:18 AM   #112 (permalink)
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I know this has been a long time issue. I had this same "bump from behind" issue in my truck. I mentioned it a couple of time to the service advisor but no one could find anything. Finally I noticed that the front driveshaft joint was spraying a thin film of oil under my truck. I took the truck in and they changed the entire driveshaft. What a surprise to find that the "bump" was gone after that. It's been about year and I've never had the bump again.
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I have not yet experienced it in my new (2012) Tundra. But, my wife sure likes the 'bump from behind'.
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Had it... Dealer fixed with TSB.
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I got my truck back yesterday. Took it for a ride today stoped for coffee, got back in and turned it over, put it in Drive foot on brake felt the Bump then all day try to duplicate (nothing). (TSB - 0148 - 11) UPDATED DRIVE SHAFT INSTALL SPECIAL ORDER DRIVE SHAFT FOR CLUNK NOISE. PARTS $1331.23--LABOR $107.10. Also Open campaign power window master switch - SAFETY RECALL. Is there a site for TSB,CAMPAIGNS, RECALLS and such if not How do we start one?
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Old 12-08-2012, 09:37 PM   #116 (permalink)
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I printed out the TSB and took it to the dealership, and they ended up ordering a new drive shaft. Went back a week later after the parts arrived and they installed it, zero cost.
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I have the issue. Happens once every day on my way to work. Right hand turn at just the right angle. Feels like I get rear ended. at 59K on my 2009. Need to get in and see if they will take care of me.
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I also had this problem on my 2007 dc also had it on my 2010 cm limited now have a 2012 cm platinum with 5000 mi and my wife has a 2012 cm sr5 with trd with 1000 mi have not noticed this problem with either one yet.
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I have a 2011 Regular Cab 2wd with a 5.7 litre. The truck has 18000 kms on it and has done this since new. I didn't realize it was problem, as it only happens on the same intersection going downhill. I assumed it was gravity and never thought anything of it...I guess I will get it looked at during the next oil change.
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I have a 2011 Regular Cab 2wd with a 5.7 litre. The truck has 18000 kms on it and has done this since new. I didn't realize it was problem, as it only happens on the same intersection going downhill. I assumed it was gravity and never thought anything of it...I guess I will get it looked at during the next oil change.
You are not confusing this with the truck downshifting are you? Going down hills, the transmission will down shift to maintain your speed. It reduces wear on the brakes. You can check by watching the tach. If the tach rpm increases when it occurs, then it is the transmission. Your truck is supposed to do this.

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