It has been a month to forget for the Turtles after they won just two of their last seven matches ahead of Friday's clash.
In that time, they were handed an 6-1 trashing in the Malaysia Super League by Selangor, and were also embarassingly kicked out of the Malaysia FA Cup at the semi-final stage by second-division Sime Darby FC.
They did look like arresting their recent slump on Friday when Joseph Kalang Tie gave them the lead against Seladang at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium.
However, Perak equalised four minutes before the break through Rafiuddin Roddin, before taking the lead in the 65th minute when Cameroonian midfielder Albert Ebosse Bodjongo found the back of the net.
And while Kalang Tie grabbed his second late on to steal a share of the spoils for Terengganu, the result is unlikely to ease the growing pressure on coach Mat Zan Mat Aris, who had been 'rested' for the game.
Elsewhere, Kelantan closed the gap on league leaders LIONSXII to just two points after beating the Singaporean outfit 3-0 at the Sultan Mohammad IV Stadium.
Following an entertaining but goalless first half, S. Chanturu broke the deadlock in the 73rd minute when he scored with a spectacular scissor-kick, before Norfarhan Mohamad and Rizal Fahmi Rosid made sure of the three points.
Over at the Likas Stadium, Sabah moved up to 9th in the table after recording a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Felda United.
The only goal of the game came in the 20th minute when Hendrik Helme played a beautiful ball down the wing to release Shahrudin Yakup, whose cross was converted by Rozaimi Abdul Rahman.
In Friday's other game, Kuala Lumpur picked up only their second point of the season when they held Sarawak to a 0-0 draw.
Friday's Malaysia Super League Results
Terengganu 2-2 Perak
Sabah 1-0 Felda United
Kuala Lumpur 0-0 Sarawak