How to Replace an O2 Sensor on a 2003 Toyota Tundra?

Answer The 2003 Toyota Tundra came standard with a 3.4-liter six-cylinder and a five-speed manual transmission. To meet federal emissions standards Toyota placed an oxygen sensor before and after the cata... Read More »

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How to Replace an Oxygen Sensor on a Toyota Tundra?

The oxygen sensors in your Toyota Tundra monitor the oxygen levels in the exhaust, thus helping regulate your truck’s fuel consumption. If your gas mileage has decreased or your "check engine" li... Read More »

How to Replace a Toyota Tundra 2003 Alternator?

When the alternator on your truck goes out, you don't always notice the effects until it's too late. First your headlights start to dim, then it becomes more difficult to start your truck. If you t... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a 2001 Toyota Tundra?

The oxygen sensor in your 2001 Toyota Tundra may one day go bad and need replacement. The oxygen (O2) sensor is responsible for regulating the oxygen and fuel ratio in your vehicle, contributing to... Read More »

How to Replace the Rear Brake Drum on a 2003 Toyota Tundra?

The 2003 Toyota Tundra uses a rear drum brake with shoes instead of pads. The drum can wear over time, especially if the shoes have been allowed to wear down so far that the rivets that hold the br... Read More »