Toyota sought a solution
The research and development division of Toyota soon acquired numerous
Tundras having issues with the turbocharger wastegate. According
to rumours, Toyota engineers actually dismantled some
of the vehicles by separating the cab from the chassis in order to
have a closer look and create a process for switching the turbo parts.
The carmaker came to the conclusion that the turbocharger wastegate
actuators it had purchased from other producers had poor quality control. Toyota
located a new manufacturer for the wastegates in all future Tundra
turbochargers in addition to locating replacement components.
According to automotive journalist Ben Hardy, "Everybody here is
currently experiencing manufacturing challenges. However, it appears
They are, and here is the why: Our biology, not physics, is to blame.