Checking your hoses and clamps for damage and leaks will help your Toyota Tundra run more efficiently, regardless of what year your truck is. Mechanics recommend you check your hoses and clamps once every 3 months to avoid failures. If you find any faulty parts, take them with you to the auto parts store to find the right replacements.
This process does not require tools.
Look for Wear or Leaks on Hoses and Clamps
Find the upper and lower radiator hoses, which go from the radiator to the engine and from the radiator to your exhaust manifold. The coolant hose runs from your radiator to your intake manifold.