Discussion in 'General Tacoma Discussion' started by petrw, May 9, 2018.
It’s worse than I thought.
Join TacomaForum.com Today!
Great @Bogunn you turned your wheel at ideal and blew up the city. SMH
Good thing @whippersnapper02 got video of it. Impressive really.
Mine does the same at idle
Youll have to do it with another toyota to save face ! Or you' ll be done LOL
You don’t have proper recovery/tow points so I’ll strap it to the front axel and use my ECT button. It’ll be fine.
As long as ECT is engaged your Taco is unstoppable.
Unless you turn the wheel in park while idling.
It’s not my taco I’m worried about.
Yes. I have the same issue, and same vehicle. When backing out of a tight parking space, with my foot gently on the brake, if the steering wheel is turned even the slightest amount, the truck speeds up! This can be pretty hazardous, because more, unexpected braking is required to avoid colliding with the vehicle next to me. My dealer says everything is functioning per Toyota specifications. Even though this could potentially produce a very low speed collision, it should be important enough to be addressed by Toyota.
I would sell and take public transport.
That’s what I’m doing.
@Bogunn said he would take me around on his bike.
I turned my wheel one and I went clear across 2 states.
Turn the AC off it adds load and increases RPMs
It was off. Notice how I didn't post for couple of weeks? I tuned the wheel witht the ac on and ended up in France. The paperwork to get back was terrible.
I just never turn the wheel. I don't have this issue
Is this what your Tacoma looked like headed across the Atlantic?
Pretty much. Couldn't stop it.
Before i sleeps.....i have nothing to offer but, why not?
RPM stands for:
revolutions per minute
So isnt it "my rpm climbs"
Not "my rpms climb"?
2500rpm is not 2500rpms
2500rpms would be revolutions per minutes right?
Thats not an accurate measurement... as "minutes" isnt on your tach. Thats on your clock.
I can say "my truck does 2500rpm at 70mph in drive"
Or maybe??? "my truck does 5000rp2ms at 70mph in drive" as 5k revolutions per "2" minutes would still be 2500 RPM?
I mean, we dont say "the speed limit is 70 miles per hours" right?
How many hours did it take for the first 20 miles of your trip?
Or is the question.... "how many miles did you travel going westbound on the i5 pulling the 2 axle trailer up siskiyou peak"?
Separate names with a comma.