Just here looking for ideas for upgrades and info on my new truck. Loving it so far but have found a couple thinks I don't like. Just traded up from a 2005 F150 FX4. Thanks in advance for the ideas and info.
the 1st thing I did when I got my RW was get the info buttons...
it's 100% plug and play on our trucks and it takes all of 15 seconds with NO tools needed to do the job
YOU CAN BUY THEM FOR AROUND $80 SHIPPED ON EBAY..
I checked on the Info buttons with the dealership and they said if I do it it will void my warranty so i'm going to look into that some more. Just little things I think Toyota skimped on with the interior, such as automatic lights and power seats. Also, the seatbelt receiver in the back seat is pretty difficult to get to with a car seat in there. It is buried down in the seat. Like I said, nitpicky things. I am very happy with the mechanics of the truck and that is why I bought it. For a 40,000 truck I think they could do better on the interior though.
Williamz is correct. I just picked up a 2013 TSS CM and added the info buttons .it was plug and play and I asked the dealer about it and they didn't even know if it would work but they said if it did it wouldn't affect my warranty.
Thanks for the info. I definitely picked the right truck. I'm not looking for all the bells and whistles in the interior but I would like to make upgrades where I can. I will talk to the service manager next time and maybe he will have a better idea about it. Looking for a set of step bars next. Seems like everyone here is talking about th n-fabs. Any other opinions?
I told my salesperson about the info button. No one in the dealership knew about it. They sent the entire sales staff the email I sent them with pictures and part # regarding the buttons and they are going to market it to new Tundra buyers.
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