Automotive recall

Transport Canada Recall - 2022179 - TOYOTA

Brand(s)
Last updated

Summary

Product
SUV recalled by TOYOTA
Issue
Vehicle - Brakes
What to do

Affected products

2020 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER HYBRID, 2021 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER HYBRID, 2021 | TOYOTA | RAV4 HYBRID, 2021 | TOYOTA | SIENNA, 2021 | TOYOTA | VENZA, 2022 | LEXUS | LX 600, 2022 | LEXUS | NX 300H, 2022 | LEXUS | NX 450H, 2022 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER HYBRID, 2022 | TOYOTA | RAV4 HYBRID, 2022 | TOYOTA | SIENNA, 2022 | TOYOTA | VENZA, 2021 | TOYOTA | RAV4 PRIME, 2022 | TOYOTA | RAV4 PRIME

Issue

Issue: Under certain conditions, the vehicle stability control (VSC) system may not switch on when the ignition is restarted. This can happen if the driver manually turns off the VSC, depresses the brake pedal, and then turns off and restarts the vehicle while continuously depressing the brake pedal. Canadian regulations require the stability control system to be active each time that you start the vehicle. Safety Risk: A stability control system that is switched off could increase the risk of a crash. Corrective Actions: The company will notify owners by mail and instruct you to take your vehicle to a dealer to update the skid control ECU software.

Additional information

Background
Visit Transport Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Recalls Database for the original recall.
Details
Original published date:
Alert / recall type
Automotive recall
Category
Vehicles - Minivan
Vehicles - SUV
Companies
Published by
Transport Canada
Audience
General public
Identification number
RA-64904
Transport Canada ID
2022179

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