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Recall Check

When Toyota issues any type of auto recall, it means they are taking the matter of producing the highest-quality built vehicles and your safety seriously. In turn, you should view the situation with the same level of attention. Even a recall that seems insignificant can potentially put you, your loved ones, and other drivers at risk, because the automobile is not operating at the most optimal condition feasible. Fixing defects or replacing faulty parts helps keep everyone on the roads safe and out of harm’s way. It also prevents you from being considered ineligible for injury or damage compensation following an accident if the necessary repairs were not addressed.

Toyota certainly recognizes that you should never pay for this kind of repair out of your own pocket, so recall work is completely free of charge. In addition, Bill Dube Toyota understands you have a busy schedule to keep up with and coming in for a recall may seem like a nuisance. That is why we make it easy and convenient for you to drop your vehicle off at our location in Dover NH and resolve the problem as quickly as possible. Once you consider no cost for the repairs and our expedient service, the hassles of recalls disappear, while peace of mind for your and your family’s safety is reinforced.

Our team of automotive professionals knows you want to maintain the long-term durability of your car, truck, or sporty utility vehicle (SUV), along with a high resale value, which means informing you of recalls is a responsibility at the top of our priorities list. Here are some of the latest Toyota recalls announced that we strongly recommend getting fixed without delay to avoid a potential collision or injury:

  • Takata airbag inflator on certain Toyota, Scion, or Lexus vehicles manufactured between 2003 and 2013 — a ruptured inflator could cause metal fragments to hit the driver or passenger as the airbag deploys
  • Failsafe driving mode for select 2010-2014 Toyota Prius and 2012-2014 Prius v vehicles — failsafe mode may not activate during rare situations, leading to lose of power and stalling
  • Improper programming in the airbag electronic control unit (ECU) on select 2018-2019 Tundras and Sequoias and 2019 Avalons — specific airbags not opening due to one or more crash-detecting sensors wrongly disabled once vehicle starts
  • Faulty seat belt buckle on select 2012 Avalons — inner buckle replaced for front seat belt does not accurately signify it is buckled, affecting the airbag deployment system

If you have any questions about the above recalls or others, give us a call at (603) 749-5500 for further information or fill out the form below to determine whether or not your vehicle needs recall repair work completed for free.


RECALL CHECK

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