Roughly 6,000 Vehicles Recalled by Toyota Motors
PLANO, Texas, (May 10, 2018) – Roughly 6,000 vehicles manufactured by Toyota Motor North America Inc. are being recalled due to a safety risk that could affect the brakes of 2018 Camry and Highlander vehicles as well as 2017 Sienna, Tacoma and Lexus RX350 vehicles.
The announcement by Toyota was made in April. The problem is located in the vehicles’ vacuum pump assembly which the auto maker says was incorrectly manufactured.
The vacuum pump assembly provides braking assist to the vehicle, a huge safety risk to drivers and passengers there was a sudden loss of power to the brakes.
Additionally, this problem could prompt a warning light or message and even an audible tone to alert the driver of the power loss.
Owners of these vehicles will be sent a letter notifying them of the problem later this month.
For more information contact: Toyota Customer Experience Center at 1.800.331.4331 or the Lexus Guest Experience Center at 1.800.255.3987.
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