2016 Toyota Tundra 1794 edition
Breaks never worked from date of purchase, Break light has came on and off for the last three years, but because it never was on when dealers were pulling a code from the truck they ignored the problem.
As fate would have it, last weekend the break light did come on, had local dealer "James Toyota" check the code, (not shutting the truck off this time so the break light would stay on). This time it threw a code, which indicated faulty Booster or Master cylinder. THANK YOU JAMES TOYOTA for proving I'm not crazy. Shop also drove the pickup and said breaks are very squishy, I told the maintenance guy, they've been that way the day I bought it, and Parker Toyota said "that's how they are set up now?" what a JOKE! I've driven several sense and NO the breaks do not feel squishy, in any of the Tundras driven on our plant, except for mine. So that was a bold face lie.
Long story short, because it has over 36K miles, Toyota will not warranty this pre-existing issue I've had pretty much from the day of purchase and had checked several times under warranty with no avail.
thank you Parker Toyota for your lack of support.