From: john on 29 Jul 2010 21:21
"Toyota Motor Corp. announced it would recall 412,000 vehicles today
for steering issues -- in its 13 and 14th recall campaigns of 2010.
The new recalls mean Toyota has recalled more than 5 million vehicles
in 2010 in the United States -- and the company has surpassed the 4.8
million vehicles it recalled in 2009.
The new recalls includes 373,000 2000-2004 Toyota Avalon models to
address concerns the vehicle's steering lock bar could break under
The company said it first received a report in Japan of possible
problems in October 2007 -- and another report in December 2008 in the
United States. "Toyota believed that this was another isolated case,"
the company told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Toyota also said it will recall 39,000 2003-2007 Lexus LX 470 vehicles
to address a steering shaft issue.
From The Detroit News:
From: Mrs. Stan Starinski on 29 Jul 2010 22:20
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From: Wayne on 30 Jul 2010 12:26
"john" <johngdole(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
> "Toyota Motor Corp. announced it would recall 412,000 vehicles today
> for steering issues -- in its 13 and 14th recall campaigns of 2010.
This is good news. Name another car maker that pays such close attention to
From: Tom on 30 Jul 2010 12:58
"Wayne" <mygarbagecan(a)verizon.net> wrote in message
> "john" <johngdole(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
>> "Toyota Motor Corp. announced it would recall 412,000 vehicles today
>> for steering issues -- in its 13 and 14th recall campaigns of 2010.
> This is good news. Name another car maker that pays such close attention
> to defects.
>yea real close attention the cars affected are 2003 avalons, there were
>rumors for years that toyota was covering up defects. they are all coming
>out now. Toyota makes cars as good as everyone else they all use most of
>the same suppliers they need to come down off their high horse that some
>have put them on. secret recalls, my sister in law had a corolla that
>wouldn�t start when I opened the hood there were a lot of sparkling new
>parts showing, she said when she takes it in for service they replace them
>they tell her its customer service. what happens if you don�t take it to a
>toyota dealer, this car was out of warrenty.