Toyota Tundra Service Manual: Propeller Shaft System

Problem Symptoms Table

PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLE

HINT:

Use the table below to help determine the cause of problem symptoms. If multiple suspected areas are listed, the potential causes of the symptoms are listed in order of probability in the "Suspected Area" column of the table. Check each symptom by checking the suspected areas in the order they are listed. Replace parts as necessary.

Propeller Shaft (for 2WD)

Symptom

Suspected Area

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Noise

Center support bearing (worn)

Sleeve yoke spline (worn)

-

Spider bearing (worn or stuck)

Vibration

Sleeve yoke spline (stuck)

-

Propeller shaft (runout)

Propeller shaft (imbalance)

Propeller Shaft (for 4WD)

Symptom

Suspected Area

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Noise

Center support bearing (worn)

Sleeve yoke spline (worn)

-

Spider bearing (worn or stuck)

Sleeve yoke spline (stuck)

-

Vibration

Propeller shaft (runout)

Propeller shaft (imbalance)

Front Propeller Shaft

Symptom

Suspected Area

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Noise

Spider bearing (worn or stuck)

Vibration

Propeller shaft (runout)

Propeller shaft (imbalance)

    Removal

    Suspension

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