Category: Recalls


Toyota Australia Recalls Supra Vehicles due to Engine Management Software

August 24, 2021

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving Supra vehicles produced between March 2019 – May 2021. There are 674 vehicles involved in the Australian market. The subject vehicles have been equipped with an engine management software that, under certain specific engine start conditions, could damage a component that provides braking power assistance. In this condition, there could be a loss of brake assist and an increase in stopping distance....

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Toyota Recalls Vehicle Due to Fuel Pump

July 30, 2021

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate an expansion of a safety recall originally announced on 4th March 2020. The additional models involve 367 Toyota 86 vehicles produced between April 2018 – November 2018 (inclusive). The involved vehicles are equipped with a fuel pump which may stop operating. If this were to occur, warning lights and messages may display on the instrument panel, and the engine may not run smoothly. This can result...

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Toyota Australia Recalls HiLux Vehicles Due to Second Stage Compliance Label

July 23, 2021

Toyota Corporate Logo.   Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a recall involving 60 HiLux vehicles produced between March 2021 to June 2021. A Second Stage compliance label is required to be affixed to vehicles upon arrival to Australia in accordance with Australia Design Rule (ADR 61/02). On these involved vehicles, the second stage compliance label contains incorrect information due to an administrative error. Involved models include:  58 x HiLux 4×4 vehicles,...

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Toyota Australia recalls Prius vehicles due to pre-collision software

July 7, 2021

Toyota corporate logo   Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving Prius vehicles produced between July 2020 – May 2021 (inclusive). The total number of vehicles involved in Australia is 48. The subject vehicles are equipped with a Pre-Collision System (PCS) to assist drivers in the event of a fast-approaching collision risk. Under certain driving conditions, the software programming of the PCS may cause a delayed application of the...

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Toyota Australia Recalls vehicles due to Fuel Pumps

May 26, 2021

Toyota Corporate Logo.   Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall on C-HR model produced between October 2019 to April 2021. The involved vehicles are equipped with a high-pressure fuel pump for the direct injection system, which may develop cracks over time leading to fuel leakage. For all involved vehicles, Toyota dealers will inspect the fuel pump and if necessary replace the fuel pump with a new one free of...

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Toyota Australia Recalls Vehicles Due To Fuel Pumps

December 21, 2020

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate an expansion of a safety recall originally announced on 4th March 2020. The additional models involve 1,957 Corolla and HiLux vehicles produced between September 2017 to September 2018 (inclusive). The involved vehicles are equipped with a fuel pump which may stop operating. If this were to occur, warning lights and messages may display on the instrument panel, and the engine may not run smoothly. This can...

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Toyota Australia Recalls Vehicles Due To Fuel Pumps

December 21, 2020

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate an expansion of a safety recall originally announced on 4th March 2020. The additional models involve 1,957 Corolla and HiLux vehicles produced between September 2017 to September 2018 (inclusive). The involved vehicles are equipped with a fuel pump which may stop operating. If this were to occur, warning lights and messages may display on the instrument panel, and the engine may not run smoothly. This can...

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Toyota Australia Recalls Vehicles Due To Rear Centre Seatbelt

December 17, 2020

Toyota Corporate Logo.   Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving Yaris Cross vehicles produced between April 2020 – October 2020 (inclusive). The total number of vehicles involved in Australia is 2,341. In the rear centre seat, there is a possibility that the seatbelt may be damaged by the sharp edge of the metal seat belt anchor bracket during the impact of a collision, due to improper manufacturing of...

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Toyota Updates Remaining Outstanding TAKATA Airbags To Critical

December 15, 2020

Toyota corporate logo From 30 November 2020, Toyota Australia has reclassified all outstanding vehicles under the Takata Airbag Recall Campaign as critical. Safety is Toyota’s highest priority and the new classification means that all affected vehicle owners will receive a notification requesting they make a booking to have a Takata recall completed free of charge as a matter of urgency. State and Territory registration authorities have also recently taken additional steps, which means that registration...

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Toyota Australia Recalls Vehicles Due Brake Booster

December 2, 2020

Toyota Australia has today announced that it will initiate a safety recall involving Diesel HiLux and Fortuner vehicles produced between June 2018 – December 2018 (inclusive). The total number of vehicles involved is 23,957. Within the brake booster of involved vehicles, the strength of the resin piston could degrade due to improper moulding conditions during production. If this were to occur, repeated operation of the brake pedal may cause the piston to break, potentially causing...

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