Toyota began recalling 183,000 new Tundra pickupsJuly 24, 2020
The vehicles that were sold in the period from 2018 to 2020 need diagnostics and repair.
Toyota has announced the launch of a recall campaign for its Tundra pickup trucks. The recall covers 183 thousand cars that were sold from 2018 to 2020. The reason for such a large-scale event is already known – the problem lies in the front direction indicators. They do not shine brightly enough, which does not comply with vehicle safety regulations.
The problem was identified by one of the Toyota employees. Such a malfunction cannot directly affect the life and health of people, but at difficult intersections it can lead to an accident. However, the problem is not easy to solve, as the new Toyota Tundra are equipped with complete LED headlights. The error occurred not in production due to incorrect instructions – this led to the fact that the bulbs were connected to the wrong wires in the harness. All car owners will be notified as soon as possible.
Troubleshooting will be free of charge and will be performed at an authorized Toyota service center.
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