- Jun 21, 2015
Anyone had this issue? Apparently its common on the Tundras. I really don't want to fool with the dealer. Looking for real personal experience and possible DIY fixes.
Check the hoses first, but as you said this is a common failure on the Tundra land late model 4th gen v8 4Runners. Buy the bypass kit and be done with it (assuming it is the exact same setup on the 200):Anyone had this issue? Apparently its common on the Tundras. I really don't want to fool with the dealer. Looking for real personal experience and possible DIY fixes.
Great! Thanks. I appreciate the advice and will be installing the kit.Worked great. Its kind of a pain in the a** to install because the block off plates are between the engine and firewall. But once installed I haven't had any other issues. Cleared engine codes and good to go since. It did sit outside for 3-4 days in single digit weather without being crunk up and apparently I had some moisture in these lines and it froze up. I had a CEL and same 2444 code. I just let the engine run and warm up then I cleared the codes and it went away again. No other issues. If you currently have this issue/code I would definitely recommend this kit. Good luck!
Hewitt is doing beta testing for 2013+ so you might want to contact them.Anyone know of a fix for a 2013 LC? My dealer replaced the pumps and the check valves $3000! The P2442 cade has come back twice since. The LC has 125K on it, but only 5 years old, bought April 2014. The LC is at the dealer now. I'm thinking there is a wiring or pressure sensor problem. I don't see a bypass kit available.