Toyota Recalls Over 100,000 SUVs and Pickup Trucks in the U.S.

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Toyota plans to recall over 100,000 SUVs and pickup trucks in the United States owing to a possible engine stalling risk.
Toyota plans to recall over 100,000 SUVs and pickup trucks in the United States owing to a possible engine stalling risk.

Toyota is set to recall more than 100,000 SUVs and pickup trucks in the United States due to a potential engine stalling issue caused by manufacturing debris.

This recall affects certain models of Toyota Tundra pickup trucks and Lexus LX600 SUVs.

Details of the Recall:

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) declared the recall, highlighting that the affected vehicles are equipped with Toyota’s V35A six-cylinder engine.

Manufacturing debris may contaminate the engine, leading to the failure of the main bearings. This failure could result in the engine stalling and a subsequent loss of drive power.

  • Toyota Tundra pickup trucks
  • Lexus LX600 SUVs

Potential Risks:

The primary concern is that the debris contamination could cause the main bearings in the engine to fail, leading to an engine stall.

This stall could pose significant safety risks, including the loss of drive power, potentially increasing the likelihood of accidents.

Remedy and Response:

The NHTSA indicated that Toyota is currently developing a remedy for the issue. Once a solution has been determined and made available, owners of the involved vehicles will be notified.

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