But, you’re not up for getting into the dash. I don’t know much myself about where all the ventilation goes, so I’m going to say these other guys are probably right in saying you’ll have to buck up and do it if you want it to be done right.
Now, a good way to do it wrong: Get the fans running, I recommend on the defroster and floor mix, and get them going full speed. I’d even say to maybe turn the A/C on, but leave the recirculation OFF, so the air is coming from outside. Spray your favorite air freshener into the intake vents near the bottom of your windshield. I don’t know exactly where that is on the Tacoma, so it may be that you have to lift the hood. Spray a good amount in there. Let the fans run a bit longer, and then shut off the car.
Again, it’s not a fix, it’s a cover-up. But, when somebody smokes in one of my rental cars, it does the trick pretty well - for a week or so. By then, the cigarette smell disappates. The dead critter in YOUR engine, however, is still there. So, if you’re still not up for getting into the dash, repeat the cover up as needed ad infinitum.