Automotive recall

Transport Canada Recall - 2023684 - TOYOTA

Brand(s)
Last updated

Summary

Product
Minivan recalled by TOYOTA
Issue
Vehicle - Airbag
What to do

Affected products

2020 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER HYBRID, 2020 | LEXUS | ES 350, 2020 | LEXUS | RX 350, 2020 | LEXUS | RX 450H, 2020 | TOYOTA | CAMRY HYBRID, 2020 | LEXUS | ES 300H, 2020 | TOYOTA | RAV4 HYBRID, 2020 | TOYOTA | COROLLA, 2020 | TOYOTA | CAMRY, 2020 | TOYOTA | RAV4, 2020 | TOYOTA | AVALON, 2020 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER, 2021 | TOYOTA | AVALON, 2021 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER, 2021 | TOYOTA | SIENNA, 2021 | TOYOTA | HIGHLANDER HYBRID, 2021 | LEXUS | ES 350, 2021 | LEXUS | RX 350, 2021 | LEXUS | RX 450H, 2021 | TOYOTA | CAMRY HYBRID, 2021 | LEXUS | ES 300H, 2021 | TOYOTA | RAV4 HYBRID, 2021 | LEXUS | ES 250, 2021 | TOYOTA | COROLLA, 2021 | TOYOTA | CAMRY, 2021 | TOYOTA | RAV4

Issue

Issue: On certain vehicles, a sensor for the occupant classification system (OCS) may not have been manufactured properly. As a result, the sensor could short circuit and cause the airbag system to turn off the passenger-front airbag even when a passenger is seated. Note: This problem would cause a warning message to display on the instrument panel and the airbag indicator light would display "passenger airbag off". Safety Risk: An airbag that is turned off could increase the risk of injury to a passenger in a crash. Corrective Actions: Toyota will notify owners by mail and advise you to take your vehicle to a dealership to inspect and, if necessary, replace the OCS sensor.

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
Vehicles - Car
Companies
Published by
Transport Canada
Audience
General public
Identification number
RA-74801
Transport Canada ID
2023684

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