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Toyota Recalls 696,000 Vehicles Over Fuel Pump Stalling Risk

Toyota is recalling about 696,000 Toyota and Lexus models over a fuel pump issue that could cause cars to stall while in motion increasing the likelihood of an accident when the car is traveling at high speeds.

The affected models include:

  • Certain 2018-2019 Model Year Lexus LS 500, LC 500, RC 350, RC 300, GS 350, IS 300, ES 350, LX 570, GX 460, and RX 350;
  • Certain 2019 Model Year Lexus NX 300, RX 350L, and GS 300;
  • Certain 2018-2019 Model Year Toyota 4Runner, Camry, Highlander, Land Cruiser, Sequoia, Sienna, Tacoma, and Tundra
  • Certain 2019 Model Year Toyota Avalon and Corolla in the United States.

Toyota is working on a remedy, and will notify vehicle owners by mail by mid-March.

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