his bulletin applies to a host of Toyota vehicles, including 2016-2020 Mirai; 2018-2020 C-HR; 2004-2011, 2013-2020 Land Cruiser; 2010, 2012-2015 Prius PHV; 2012-2018 Prius V; 2017-2018 iM; 2009-2014 Matrix; 2007-2020 Tundra; 2020 Corolla HV; 2009-2020 RAV4; 2019-2020 Corolla Hatchback; and 2011-2014 FJ Cruiser.
Some 2017-2019 Toyota Highlander vehicles are equipped with an engine Stop & Start system. It is important to use P/N 28800-31550 battery when these vehicles need a battery replacement.
This bulletin applies to 2014-2019 Toyota Highlander and Highlander HV vehicles. Some of these vehicles may exhibit an abnormal squeak, squawk or groan type noise from the rear suspension when driving over uneven roads or when coming to a complete stop, which may be more pronounced in colder weather.
This bulletin applies to 2017-2010 Toyota Highlander, 2019-2020 Avalon, 2020 RAV4 and 2019-2020 Corolla Hatchback models. The current engine active test “Control the Injection Mode” is not operating as desired when controlling the direct injectors manually on 2GR-FKS engines.
Fujian Wanda Automobile Glass Industry is recalling certain aftermarket replacement windshields sold for use in 2014-2018 Toyota Highlander vehicles.
This bulletin applies to 2017-2018 Toyota Highlander and Sienna, 2018 Camry and 2016-1028 Tacoma models. Some vehicles equipped with a 2GR-FKS 3.5L engine may exhibit an engine oil leak from the cam sensor bolt holes. The flange bolts and the camshaft housings have been changed to address the issue.
Some 2017-2019 Toyota Highlander vehicles are equipped with an engine Stop & Start system. If the battery is to be replaced, it is important to use P/N 28800-31550.
Toyota has issued a recall involving certain 2017 Sienna and Tacoma models, 2017 Lexus RX350 models, and 2018 Camry and Highlander vehicles, concerning build dates from October 2017 to November 2017.
This bulletin applies to a host of 2017 Toyota models, including Avalon, Camry, Corolla, Highlander, 4Runner, Prius, RAV4, Sienna and Yaris. It seems that a recall was issued for vehicles built during March 2017 because the temporary emergency spare tire may not have been adjusted to the correct inflation pressure, which may render it inappropriate if installed.
Toyota issued a recall involving certain 2016 Highlander vehicles built from May 26, 2016, to Sept. 16, 2016.
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