2023 Toyota Tundra PU/EC Recurring Engine Problems

Those who own or lease a 2023 Toyota Tundra PU/EC should know that a slew of customers have lodged concerns regarding persistent engine issues that do not appear to have a clear cause or reason for occuring. Reports of engines that struggle to engage or respond as well as instances of engines lagging, stalling or shutting off entirely continue to arise. So far, the manufacturer has issued five separate auto safety recall campaigns impacting this make and model. However, none of these campaigns pertains to engine issues, leaving many Toyota customers without the clear answers and lasting solutions they need to feel safe behind the wheel once again.

According to one driver of a 2023 Toyota Tundra PU/EC, their vehicle experiences a significant delay between pressing the gas pedal and the engine responding. This issue has nearly caused two collisions, but several trips to the dealership have not yielded any answers or underlying problems. Another driver stated that their truck has experienced concerning instances in which the engine seems to stall out and refuses to respond when the brake pedal is depressed. So far, many Toyota customers have not been able to resolve these persistent engine issues, leaving them without the permanent fixes they need.

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