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No more V6 and the last manual 6 speed will be only available in 2023,....
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Same truck and options, no changes. (Just colors)So what all is changing? I can't watch the video right now.
Says the gear hunting isn't the transmission. Just how it drives...
That comment alone tells me this dude doesn't know shit about the Tacoma. Just another guy online speculating about changes he knows absolutely nothing about.
He worked for Toyota as a Mechanic for over 20 years,
"Old School" is in reference to 2016 new kid "engine design"
..... when the 2nd gen engine was reworked from the 1st GR version (old school engine)
Note: direct injection is not new tech it is old school,.... the last improvement/ tech upgrade on the 2GR engine in 2016 as well.
and YES he did dish the lifting of the vehicle as it puts a bad angle on the drive system and also causes vibrations.
I hear alot of confirmations and stories about re-working the lift types to get rid of these issue.
Soooo maybe not such a bad informative video,.... unless you lifted your truck and refuse to admit the issues and increased wear.
Listening to 70% (or partial) of any conversation is not listening......... Just stating the facts.
I have a 2021 F-150 STX 4x4 with the 2.7 and 10 speed transmission. I've been having an issue with a shudder or jerking feeling when I'm on the interstate at higher speeds when accelerating between 1500-3000 rpm. It does this a little bit in all gears but it’s a lot more noticeable at higher speeds where the gears don’t have as much torque.
I have a 2017 Colorado, ZR2.
Driving it this morning I noticed that once I get up to speed say 55 and level out every now and then I can feel a slight vibration like I'm driving over rumble strips.
Any one encounter this?
I gave up on lifting my vehicles when I hit 50.
It had its day I guess,
I like them they look great and if done right work well.
Every time I get the interest again for the Tacoma,
I just look at my Jeep that has "stuff" then remind myself WHY I drive the Tacoma more.