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They are correct, Limited is an AWD where TRD models and SR5 are 4WD. Bushing is not for AWD models
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They are correct, Limited is an AWD where TRD models and SR5 are 4WD. Bushing is not for AWD models
So are the limited trims not prone to the needle bearing issue? Because I feel during cold weather some sort of groan like nice at a very lower speed as Iím speeding about and perhaps even specific rpm.
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So are the limited trims not prone to the needle bearing issue? Because I feel during cold weather some sort of groan like nice at a very lower speed as Iím speeding about and perhaps even specific rpm.
The company said the Limited front diffs are a different part number.
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The company said the Limited front diffs are a different part number.
Yes, different part number as the diff itself or as the ECG solution part number to use. And if it’s the diff a does that mean the Limited isn’t prone to this problem and it can’t occur?

I appreciate your response but it honestly doesn’t answer my question
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Yes, different part number as the diff itself or as the ECG solution part number to use. And if itís the diff a does that mean the Limited isnít prone to this problem and it canít occur?

I appreciate your response but it honestly doesnít answer my question
ECG told me the Toyota Limited differential is a different differe tial than the other Limiteds and they had no solution to fix it. So, different differential, no ECG solution to fix it as they apparently have no issues in the Limiteds.
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ECG told me the Toyota Limited differential is a different differe tial than the other Limiteds and they had no solution to fix it. So, different differential, no ECG solution to fix it as they apparently have no issues in the Limiteds.

thanks. I wonder what Iím hearing then. Cold temperatures, as Iím speeding up this sound occurs Iíd say between 20-40miles, appears to be coming from drivers side, almost like a growl/hum for just a short period as soon as it falls outside the speed or rpm range it dissappears..
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thanks. I wonder what Iím hearing then. Cold temperatures, as Iím speeding up this sound occurs Iíd say between 20-40miles, appears to be coming from drivers side, almost like a growl/hum for just a short period as soon as it falls outside the speed or rpm range it dissappears..
Hard to say. Lut window down, drive througj area with a lot of concrete to attwnuate sound. Brakes on and off. See if that makes it come and go.
Left and right some times makes noise of bearing more pronounced.
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