Toyota recalls 310 2016 Tacomas

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Toyota announced yesterday that they’re recalling 310 2016 Tacomas made at the Baja, California plant. This is a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) specific recall.

Toyota’s statement of the recall:

October 13, 2015
TORRANCE, Calif., October 13, 2015 – Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc. today announced that it is conducting a safety recall of approximately 310 Model Year 2016 Tacoma Pickup Trucks.

The involved vehicles are equipped with a driver’s knee air bag module that is attached to the instrument panel reinforcement by four bolts. There is a possibility that incorrect bolts were installed during vehicle assembly at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing de Baja California plant.  This could result in the bolts loosening over time.  A loosened bolt could affect the performance of the knee air bag, increasing the risk of injury during a crash.

Owners of the involved vehicles will be notified by first class mail. Toyota dealers will replace the bolts with bolts of the correct specification.

Information about automotive recalls, including but not limited to the list of involved vehicles, is subject to change over time.  For the most up-do-date Safety Recall information on Toyota, Lexus or Scion vehicles, customers should check their vehicle’s status by visiting toyota.com/recall and entering the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).  Safety Recall inquiry by individual VIN is also available at the NHTSA site: safercar.gov/vin.  For any additional questions, customer support is also available by calling Toyota Customer Service at 1-800-331-4331, or Lexus Customer Service at 1-800-255-3987.

Customer Contacts
For the most up-do-date recall information, customers should contact
Toyota Customer Service
1-800-331-4331

Customers can also access current information on open safety recalls by entering their Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) at:
www.toyota.com/recall or
http://www.safercar.gov/

Unfortunately, there has been no more information released or if they’ve found more Tacomas at risk.

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