Toyota Tundra Secondary Air Injection System Warranty and Reimbursement Programs

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It has been found that there were quite a number of reports regarding Toyota Tundra’s air induction pump assemblies as well as secondary air injection systems. Technically speaking, this has been among the problems that people have had when nearing 100k mileage. In a way, the occurrence of such problem actually differs on a variety of occasions but nonetheless, the repair will most likely cost about $2000 to $4000, depending on a number of occasions.
However, because of the fact that there were just so many reports regarding such, Toyota has extended the warranty to models ranging from 2007-2010 Tundra as well as the 2008-2010 Sequoia models. Furthermore, there even were offers about reimbursements if you already had the problem fixed or repaired. Considering the fact that this really takes up a huge amount of money, such offers of reimbursement and repairs surely plays an integral part in aiding such problem.
The system basically is made to made significant improvements in the cold-start emissions. Furthermore, this also is federally mandated by the emission requirement. The problem basically is affected because of a moisture in the valves and the pumps, which, then resulted to illumination of the check engine light. As per the severity of the problem is concerned, basically has no direct impact on the core function of the engine but such repairs on the system cost owners to about $2000-$4000 just for repairs.
To be able to accommodate to such problem and to save customer satisfaction, the problem is said to be covered by the warranty, where, the system is replaced or switched with valves as long as the vehicle is described to be within 10 years since the problem is identified or is within 150,000 mileage. So if you are an an owner of Toyota Tundra or Toyota Tundra, then rest assured you will receive an Owner Letter via first class mail that includes the Customer Service Program.
As per the number of models affected, it has been found that this results to about 477,000 of Tundras ranging from 2007 to 2010 models. Furthermore, there were only about 57,000 models of Sequoias affected, models 2008 to 2010. However, should the damage is caused by accidents and human error, unfortunately, the warranty does not cover the repair.
Those who already had the problem fixed will also get a letter for reimbursement to have the amount spent reimbursed. There are a number of repair and service centers that cover such reimbursement and warranty. Make sure that your vehicle is being checked regularly to ensure you are to avail such warranty and save from thousands of dollars for repairs.

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