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Recall: No. 1 of 5
Recall Ref: R/2010/108
Exact Model: Land Cruiser 100 (Amazon)
VIN: JTEHT05J#02030163 to JTEHT05J#02103570
Build Date: 31/07/2002 to 26/09/2006
Numbers: 348
Defect: If the vehicle is subject to unusually severe impacts to the front wheel, it is possible that the fixing component on the steering shaft can become disengaged. If this occurs and the steering is repeatedly placed on full lock, it is possible that over time the steering shaft could become disconnected, so resulting in loss of directional control.
Action: Recall affected vehicles to check shaft and relace fixing component with a new design. If the shaft is found to be damaged, this will be relaced also.
Launch Date: 16 August 2010
Recall: No. 2 of 5
Recall Ref: R/2002/124
Exact Model:
Description: The front seatbelt installation may be loose
VIN: JT111GJ9000005110 to JT111GJ9000051812, JTEAZ99J000001014 to JTEAZ99JO00015870
Build Date:
Numbers: 404
Defect: The front seatbelt installation may be loose at its uppermost position on the B post due to incorrect reinstallation following conversion to a commercial vehicle
Action: Examine the front seatbelt installation and correct and make secure where found necessary
Launch Date: 03 December 2003
Recall: No. 3 of 5
Recall Ref: R1996/088
Exact Model:
VIN: JT111JT8000000002 TO 00003016, JT111TJ8007000000 TO 07017998, JT111TJ8008000005 TO 08010734
Build Date: December 1989 to June 1994
Numbers: 3349
Defect: The rotor blades in the brake vacuum pump may have a rough surface and be subject to wear. In the worst case the blades may break causing loss of brake vacuum assistance and resulting in increased stopping distances.
Action: The affected vehicles are being recalled to Toyota Dealers for replacement of the vacuum pump blades and rotor.
Launch Date: 29 November 1996

Manufacturer contact details:
Toyota (GB) PLC
Great Burgh, Burgh Heath, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5UX
0344 701 6202


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