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2019 Tundra TRD Sport Tachometer Slighty Bumps Up when Coasting or Soft Braking

Hello all, brand new to the forum but I figure this is the best place to ask a slight concern I have. Just recently purchased a brand new 19’ trd sport 4x4 and I have about 600 miles on it but I noticed that my tach goes up about 100-200rpms when I’m either coasting or slightly braking. When the truck slows down to between 40-30mph, the tach bumps up. It’s really annoying and I buddy of mine said that this is normal? Is this normal?? I’ve never experienced it with any vehicle I’ve owned before and I had a trd off road taco prior and never noticed this. Can anyone let me know if this is normal or something I should be concerned about. Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
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Hello all, brand new to the forum but I figure this is the best place to ask a slight concern I have. Just recently purchased a brand new 19í trd sport 4x4 and I have about 600 miles on it but I noticed that my tach goes up about 100-200rpms when Iím either coasting or slightly braking. When the truck slows down to between 40-30mph, the tach bumps up. Itís really annoying and I buddy of mine said that this is normal? Is this normal?? Iíve never experienced it with any vehicle Iíve owned before and I had a trd off road taco prior and never noticed this. Can anyone let me know if this is normal or something I should be concerned about. Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
Perfectly normal. This is where the transmission shifts down a gear when slowing down. I see several points where this happens on my Tundra.
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It's annoying as hell. I just tap the gas a little and it'll coast again. Better than shutting off at stops like lesser trucks though...


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Hello all, brand new to the forum but I figure this is the best place to ask a slight concern I have. Just recently purchased a brand new 19’ trd sport 4x4 and I have about 600 miles on it but I noticed that my tach goes up about 100-200rpms when I’m either coasting or slightly braking. When the truck slows down to between 40-30mph, the tach bumps up. It’s really annoying and I buddy of mine said that this is normal? Is this normal?? I’ve never experienced it with any vehicle I’ve owned before and I had a trd off road taco prior and never noticed this. Can anyone let me know if this is normal or something I should be concerned about. Sorry if this has been asked before. Thank you
Perfectly normal. This is where the transmission shifts down a gear when slowing down. I see several points where this happens on my Tundra.
Thank you, it’s very light but I can tell every time and it freaks me out! Haha but I guess I’ll get used to it 🏻
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It's annoying as hell. I just tap the gas a little and it'll coast again. Better than shutting off at stops like lesser trucks though...
Thank you, it’s really is quite annoying, at one point I was coasting and just put it in neutral and that did the trick but then it got me worried that maybe supposed to let it happen...lol
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Thank you, itís really is quite annoying, at one point I was coasting and just put it in neutral and that did the trick but then it got me worried that maybe supposed to let it happen...lol


The transmission learns your driving style and adjusts over time. My suggestion is stop driving like a grandpa and drive it like an asshole. IMHO it's better with an aggressive style.


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Thank you, it’s really is quite annoying, at one point I was coasting and just put it in neutral and that did the trick but then it got me worried that maybe supposed to let it happen...lol


The transmission learns your driving style and adjusts over time. My suggestion is stop driving like a grandpa and drive it like an asshole. IMHO it's better with an aggressive style.
LMAO I’ve had it for like 3 weeks so I figured take it easy a bit but now that I’m finding it’s “normal” I’ll just ignore it and drive like I normally do.
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Normal. It is actually the torque converter un locking ( highway ) feels like a downshift but its not .
Also in other situations it is downshifting as some one mentioned.

I live in hilly country and i LOve the trans downshifting strategy . May be annoying to flat landers though .
This auto trans functions well in my opp , very few stupid shifts .

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