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Old 09-15-2012, 12:56 AM   #1
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after some research it seems the tc is a known oil burner. my question is does this only pertain to only the 05-06 or the 07-10 models as well. how often do you guys with an 07+ check the oil level
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Its only an oil burner if not well maintained. Turbo's or superchargers cause accelerated engine wear.

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I akways check at every fill up.

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OK cool. thanks
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There's a thread discussing it here: Toyota 2AZ-FE oil consumption TSB!

My '06 doesn't burn any and I'm at 121,000 miles. It seems to plague the 07+ 2AZ more often.
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My 05 is at 117k and burns through quite a bit, unfortunately. I lost about a quart every 4k miles.
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my 09 is sittin on 85700 and i just changed the oil when i bought last week
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my 06 tc is at 77k and im boosted,and i burn very lil oil..i check my oil every gas fill up..
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