Do you own a Toyota Avanza or Toyota Rush? Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has just issued a recall on the said units due to a potentially faulty fuel pump. The affected Avanza units were built from October 2, 2017, to July 11, 2019. Meanwhile, Rush models that come with the problematic pumps were built from April 2, 2018, to July 4, 2019.

Owners of affected units are advised to go to the nearest Toyota dealership and have their fuel pumps replaced for FREE. Accordingly, 18,484 units of the Rush, along with 18,245 units of the Avanza, have the potentially faulty component.

Check if your unit is included in the recall by visiting Toyota Service Campaign website, and type your vehicle’s chassis number/vehicle identification number (VIN) or click the link below.

https://toyota.com.ph/service-campaign

Late last year, several Toyota models were recalled due to the same reason and affected models Alphard, Corolla Altis, FJ Cruiser, pre-facelift versions of the Fortuner and Innova, and the Land Cruiser Prado.

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