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The Laughing Member
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I'm going to compile a list of known Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) for the FJ Cruiser, and keep them updated and posted within a sticky thread here in General Discussion (as well as, in the Technical Articles forum).

Please submit any TSB that you know actually exist, and please include the TSB number and a brief description of the problem that the TSB addresses.

Also, a link to a specific thread or post that discusses that particular TSB would be helpful as well.

Thank you. :)
 

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I'm going to compile a list of known Technical Service Bulletins (TSB's) for the FJ Cruiser, and keep them updated and posted within a sticky thread here in General Discussion (as well as, in the Technical Articles forum).

Please submit any TSB that you know actually exist, and please include the TSB number and a brief description of the problem that the TSB addresses.

Also, a link to a specific thread or post that discusses that particular TSB would be helpful as well.

Thank you. :)
SWEET Steve, as usual. I am calling to make an appointment to take CG in for the brake noise issue.

Kim:cheers:
 

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Great idea. Comes in handy.
 

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Folks, this is invaluable information. I have an appointment tomorrow with my dealer to fix the banshee front brakes on my rig. I would not have known that there was a TSB if it was not for this forum! Thanks to everyone who has knowledge to participate in Steve's thread!

Kim
 

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Don't be shy. I was surprised that I was the first one that posted the info on the brakes, and was a little afraid of looking like an idiot for possibly posting redundant info.

A HUGE thanks for this thread. It will make a great sticky!!!!
 

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I found these two through a friend at a Lexus dealership:

NV001-07 for inside door handle creak

Bo007-07 for the access door water leak
 

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Lets not forget the TSB about the tires seating on the rim. Where they could come seperated. As I recall this was the first TSB of the kind

The TSB for the Fjammer when using XM radio and poor sound quality.

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Glad to know there is a TSB on the Engine - Oil Leak From The Timing Cover.

I just noticed the issue Wed when I popped the hood.
 

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Lets not forget the TSB about the tires seating on the rim. Where they could come seperated. As I recall this was the first TSB of the kind

The TSB for the Fjammer when using XM radio and poor sound quality.

Thanks.
Do you have a specific TSB # for that??
 

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Hello from Toyota Motor Sales USA. Yesterday, we informed the NHTSA of our intent to conduct a Special Service Campaign for our 2007 FJ Cruiser—approximately 9, 0000 early production vehicles—to inspect the tires.

We’ve not issued any media releases regarding this small volume service action, but because of the importance of this exciting new vehicle to the Toyota line-up and the incredible passion that has been ignited by FJ owners online in discussion groups like FJCruiserForums, we’re going to try to be a bit more proactive and provide the right information to consumers and customers via consumer-generated internet discussions.

The service campaign is a voluntary action by Toyota to ensure the highest levels of customer satisfaction for FJ owners and to make sure that the vehicle continues to perform as expected by our owners. This is not a tire manufacturer recall, but a special servicing campaign by Toyota.

During the unique tire-to-wheel assembly process for the FJ Cruiser equipped with either the Bridgestone Dueler or Dunlop Grandtrek tires, there is a possibility that the inner bead of the tire may have experienced some damage. If that happened, a bulge could develop at some point on the sidewall and air could leak out. There have been no reported incidents of this actually happening—but we want to take the precaution of finding these tire/wheel assemblies and replacing the tires with new ones.

We are able to isolate the vehicles affected and have VIN lists that will be available to our dealers. Affected FJ Cruiser customers will receive a letter from us starting in early July. The letter will ask FJ Cruiser customers to take their vehicle to a Toyota dealer for inspection, confirmation that they are within the affected tire-to-wheel assembly range and replace all involved tires at no charge to the customer. We think this will take about two hours.

While we certainly would prefer not to have to concern our enthusiastic FJ Cruiser owners, we and our dealers will work very hard to communicate well and make the campaign service as painless as possible. We regret the inconvenience.

Hope this information is helpful to all.

FJCruiserForums participants and others may call our Customer Experience Center for more information on this SSC at 800-331-4331.
 
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