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Poll: 2018+ TSS Radar/Precollision Problems

Discussion in '3rd Gen Tundras (2014+)' started by silverhack, Aug 22, 2018.

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Do you have recurring TSS Radar/Pre-collision warning problems?

  1. NO: stock suspension (or new shocks set at stock height)

    45.7%
  2. NO: leveled/no rake (+2 front only or 3/1)

    9.6%
  3. NO: lifted with no rake (over 3" front lift and no rake or <1" difference front/back)

    3.6%
  4. NO: lifted with rake (1" or more difference front/back)

    7.9%
  5. YES: stock suspension (or new shocks set at stock height)

    25.2%
  6. YES: leveled/no rake (+2 front only or 3/1)

    3.8%
  7. YES: lifted with no rake (over 3" front lift AND no rake or <1" difference front/back)

    1.9%
  8. YES: lifted with rake (1" or more difference front/back)

    2.1%
  1. Jun 14, 2020 at 6:59 AM
    #151
    Ruggybuggy

    Ruggybuggy New Member

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    Dave
    NW ON, CANADA
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    2020 Tundra SX
    The reason the dealer refused to calibrate the radar sensor is because they can't on a lifted truck. To calibrate the system properly there are targets that are set up at certain heights and distances then the sensor is calibrated to the targets. If the truck is lifted then the target height is not correct. The dealer won't calculate the difference. They could be liable so it's always done to Toyota standards. This also applies to the blind spot monitor and the camera behind the windshield. You really do have to start thinking is the lift worth it to go through all the aggravation. Toyota has now come out with a software update that requires the owner of a lifted truck to have to turn the PCS on everytime the vehicle is started. The customer signs a paper agreeing they are liable and accept full responsibility when they turn the PCS on.
     

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