The company said the truck and SUV recall covers 774,856 vehicles in the United States, including the 2001-2004 model years of the Tacoma, the 2001-2002 versions of the 4Runner and the 2002-2004 model years of the Tundra and Sequoia.
Toyota said the surface of a ball joint that connects to the front suspension may have been scratched when it was manufactured, which could lead to wear and tear over time.
Any excessive wear or looseness in the joint could force drivers to exert more effort when steering, allow the vehicle to drift and increase the amount of noise from the suspension.
Well, it doesn't look to be anything big. Since they replaced the rack and stuff it drives a lot better.
Although I will have them do the recall as well.
I know I just messed mine up anyway. Kind of hard not to off-road it out here and be carefull 100% of the time.
They were buying, so its all good.