Recalls

RecallsLexus Canada announces voluntary recall on 2010 GX 460
A voluntary recall on 2010 model-year GX460 to update stability control software. Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) has announced a voluntary safety recall affecting approximately 446 2010 model year GX460 vehicles to update software in the vehicle’s Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) system. Toyota’s vehicle and design evaluation objective is to meet …
RecallsToyota resumes vehicle deliveries and production
Production resumed today as planned on all production lines at Canadian Toyota manufacturing facilities. Last Thursday, February 4, vehicle deliveries of the eight Toyota models identified in the January 21 recall notice resumed at Toyota Dealerships across the country. The affected accelerator pedals on new vehicles at Toyota dealerships have …
RecallsToyota Announces Comprehensive Plan to Fix Accelerator Pedals
By end of this week, owners of recalled vehicles and customers awaiting new vehicle delivery will have access to remedy for recalled vehicles Toronto, ON, February 1, 2010 – Toyota Canada Inc., (TCI) today announced it will begin fixing accelerator pedals in recalled Toyota Division vehicles by the end of …
RecallsToyota Temporarily Suspends Sales of Selected Vehicles
Toyota Canada Inc (TCI) today announced that it is instructing Toyota dealers to temporarily suspend sales of the eight models involved in the recall for sticking accelerator pedal, announced on January 21, 2010. Toyota is making every effort to meet the needs of customers and this decision will enable TCI …
RecallsCorvette Recall Over Removable Roofs
Built entirely out of fibreglass, Corvettes have had something of a dubious history. Although long thought of as some of the best performing sports cars in the world, they’ve struggled to legitimize themselves among the world’s elite due in large part to the less than stellar build quality. Creaks, rattles, …
RecallsOver 161,000 Jeep Wranglers Recalled
Apparently 161,450 2007-2008 Jeep Wrangler owners who opted for the automatic transmission may end up taking their trucks into their local dealership for an important fix. According to the US NHTSA, the trucks were manufactured without a transmission temperature sensor, leading to overheating issues. Without the sensor, there is no …
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