Safety recall notices this week come from Lexus, Toyota and Renault for a variety of issues.
The first recall notice comes from Lexus and includes the following vehicles:
2013-2014 Lexus IS-F (USE20) (VINs found here)
2013-2015 Lexus LX (URJ201) (VINs found here)
2013-2018 Lexus IS (ASE30 and GSE31) (VINs found here)
2013-2018 Lexus GS (ARL10, GRL10/11/12 and GWL10) (VINs found here)
2013-2018 Lexus LS (USF40, GVF50, VXFA50 and UVF4#) (VINs found here)
2014-2015 Lexus NX (AGZ1#) (VINs found here)
2014-2019 Lexus RC (ASC10 and GSC10) (VINs found here)
2017-2018 Lexus LC (GWZ100 and URZ100) (VINs found here)
2017-2019 Lexus RX (GGL2# and GYL2#) (VINs found here)
Affected vehicles have an issue with the fuel pump which may stop operating. Should this occur the instrument panel should display a warning light and message and the engine may not run smoothly causing the vehicle to stall and not be able to be restarted.
Lexus will contact known owners advising of the recall notice and again when parts are available. Parts are expected to become available from June 2020.
Toyota has also issued a recall notice for the same issue affecting the following vehicles:
2013-2015 Toyota FJ Cruiser (GSJ15) (VINs found here)
2013-2015 Toyota Prado (GRJ150) (VINs found here)
2013-2015 Toyota LandCruiser (URJ202) (VINs found here)
2017-2019 Toyota Camry (GSV70) (VINs found here)
2017-2019 Toyota Corolla (ZRE172) (VINs found here)
2017-2019 Toyota Kluger (GSU50 and GSU55) (VINs found here)
2017-2019 Toyota Hilux (TGN121) (VINs found here)
Toyota will also contact known affected owners advising of the recall notice and again when parts are available which are expected from June 2020.
The final recall notice this week concerns 2014-2015 Renault Clio IV vehicles (VINs found here) which may have an issue with the linkage between the front windscreen wipers and the motor not being secured according to specification. This may cause the wipers to fail.
Owners of affected vehicles will be notified of the recall notice by Renault and asked to arrange an inspection with a preferred dealer. Repairs will be carried out free of charge if necessary.
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