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Toyota Tacoma is a pickup truck manufactured by Toyota since 1995. The first Toyota Tacoma was introduced in February 1995 to replace the Toyota Hilux as a compact pickup. It has been produced through three generations till now. The Toyota Tacoma was awarded Motor Trend Magazine's Truck of the Year for 2005 and received IIHS's Top Safety Pick award in 2009. The second generation Toyota Tacoma (August 2004-August 2005) was unveiled at the Chicago Auto Show on February 3, 2003. It offered the X-Runner, which is the replacement for the S-Runner from the previous generation, TRD packages, TRD Extreme or T/X Baja, TRD Pro, Ironman edition, and X-Runner. There were two engine options: 2.7 L 159 hp 2TR-FE inline 4-cylinder and 4.0 L 236 hp 1GR-FE V6 engines, which were coupled with 4-speed and 5-speed automatic transmissions as well as 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmissions. Then at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, the third generation Toyota Tacoma (September 2015-present) debuted. It is now available in 5 trims including base SR, mid-level SR5, TRD Off-Road, TRD Sport, and range-topping Limited. It still has two engine options other than the 2.7 L engine from the previous generation, it now adds a new 3.5 L 278 hp 2GR-FKS V6 engine. Engines are equipped with 5-speed and 6-speed manual transmissions and 6-speed automatic transmissions.

The Toyota Tacoma, as a pickup truck, faces more complex road conditions than regular cars and therefore requires special attention to common issues and maintenance. Engine problems are often reported by Tacoma drivers, with symptoms such as misfires, difficulty starting, decreased fuel economy, deteriorating performance, metallic sounds or squealing noises, illuminated Check Engine Light, and dirty exhaust. If you suspect similar issues, inspect the spark plug, oil filter, intake manifold gasket, oxygen sensor, and speedometer cable. Suspension and transmission failures are also common; clunking noises, excessive vibrations, uneven tire wear, and unintentional steering may indicate suspension issues caused by a bad ball joint. Transmission failure symptoms include difficulty shifting gears and grinding noises, which can be attributed to a faulty bell housing and transfer case seal. To prolong your Tacoma's lifespan, regularly maintain other auto parts such as seat belts (replace after every accident), wheel seals, and fog light bulbs, which play a crucial role in adverse weather conditions.

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Toyota Tacoma Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace the air conditioning compressor in a Toyota Tacoma?
    A: To begin the air conditioning system repair, take the vehicle to a shop to have the system discharged and the refrigerant properly recovered. Remove the drive belt and Cooling Fan Assembly, then loosen the left front wheel lug nuts and raise the front of the vehicle on jack stands. Remove the engine splash shield, left front wheel, and inner fender splash shield. For Four-Cylinder models, detach the electrical connector and disconnect the refrigerant lines. Unbolt the A/C Compressor and guide it out from under the vehicle. For V6 models, remove the engine cover and alternator. Follow the reverse order of removal steps during installation, replacing any 0-rings with new ones suitable for the refrigerant type and lubricating them with refrigerant oil. Finally, have the system evacuated, recharged, and leak tested by the shop.
  • Q: How do you remove the blower motor and resistor in a car?
    A: To remove the blower motor, start by locating it under the dash, behind the glove box. Disconnect the blower motor electrical connector, then remove the three mounting screws. Lower the blower assembly from the housing and remove the spring clamp to separate the fan from the blower motor. For the resistor, it is situated on the blower duct under the dash. Directly access the resistor, disconnect its electrical connector, and remove the mounting screws. During installation, follow the reverse order of the removal process for both the blower motor and Blower Motor Resistor.
  • Q: How to remove and install an oil cooler on an engine?
    A: To remove and install an oil cooler on an engine, first, drain the engine oil and coolant, and remove the engine cover. Disconnect the oil cooler hoses from the oil cooler, and remove the union bolt to separate the oil cooler from the oil filter adapter. Be sure to plug the lines to prevent leakage and install a new 0-ring and plate washer during installation. Tighten the union bolt to the proper torque specifications, install a new oil filter, and refill the engine with oil and the cooling system with the proper type and concentration of antifreeze. Check for coolant leakage and proper gauge function.