Toyota Two Recalls Will Affect Close To A Million Units, Prius Included

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Toyota will be recalling close to one million units of their vehicle for two different campaigns here in the US.

The first campaign will affect the 2010 -2014 Toyota Prius as well as the 2021 – 2014 Toyota Prius V model. The issue with these hybrid models int he Intelligent Power Module in the inverter that could be inundated with ‘excessive voltage” that will cause the powertrain to shut down and stalling the vehicle.

This will affect about 807,329 units of vehicles in the US. Those affected will be contacted by Toyota so that they can bring in their vehicles for foxing.

The second recall was caused by the airbag control units of some of the 2018 and 2019 models. According to the report, the airbag control unit could malfunction which would mean that it would fail to deploy. About 168,187 units will be affected. Those affected include the 2018 – 2019 Toyota Tundra, Toyota Seqouia as well as the 2019 Avalon and Avalon Hybrid.

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