Toyota Recall: Toyota’s 600K Recall

March 9, 2012 by staff 

Toyota Recall: Toyota’s 600K Recall, Japanese motor company Toyota announced Wednesday that it will be recalling 681,000 cars and trucks due to steering wheel and stop lamp switch deficiencies.  The vehicles, which are being recalled from the U.S. market, will only require 30 minutes of maintenance, according to the Toyota website.

The major motor company’s recalls will include 495,000 Tacoma pickup trucks from model years 2005 to 2009. According to a statement released by Toyota, the steering spiral cable of the Tacoma needs to be replaced, as friction in this area over time may cause the safety air bag to not deploy on impact in the case of an accident.

Toyota will also recall 70,500 Camry mid-sized cars and 116,000 Venza crossover vehicles, years 2009 to 2011. Mechanics believe that silicon grease applied to the stop lamp switch during assembly may lead to increased electrical resistance, causing the vehicle not to start or not to shift from park position, according to the statement.

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