Toyota – UK Recalls Summary

Recent Toyota UK Recalls – If you not sure there’s an active recall for your car, you should make contact with the nearest Toyota UK authorized dealer.


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Recent Toyota UK Recalls

TOYOTA YARIS HV (2020 – 2021) – THE SKID CONTROL ECU

on 14 June 2021

TOYOTA YARIS HV (08/07/2020 – 27/04/2021) RECALL: Problem description: Due to inappropriate software, the Skid Control ECU may not complete all … .

TOYOTA HILUX (2018 – 2019) – THE BRAKE BOOSTER PISTON

on 1 February 2021

TOYOTA HILUX (28/08/2018 – 02/03/2019) RECALL: Problem description: On affected vehicles, the strength of the brake booster piston could degrade.

TOYOTA SUPRA (2019) – THE FUEL TANK

on 28 January 2021

TOYOTA SUPRA (11/06/2019 – 01/10/2019) RECALL: Problem description: The fuel tank in the subject vehicles may not have been welded properly … .


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Latest EU Rapex Toyota Recalls

  • Toyota ProAce (2021)
    on 25 July 2021

    The welding of the rear suspension spring holder on the underbody of the vehicle may be inadequate. As a result, the ... . The post Toyota ProAce (2021) […]

  • Toyota C-HR (2017 – 2021)
    on 5 July 2021

    The resistance characteristics of the fuel pump components against high fuel pressure may be inadequate. As a result, cracks may be ... . The post Toyota C-HR […]

  • Toyota Auris (2017 – 2018)
    on 5 July 2021

    The resistance characteristics of the fuel pump components against high fuel pressure may be inadequate. As a result, cracks may be ... . The post Toyota Auris […]

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