Monday, July 15, 2019

A Bad Pothole May Cause Some Toyota Rush SUVs to Deploy Their Curtain Airbags


Toyota Motor Philippines is issuing a recall for 12,124 Rush SUVs which have been found to have an inappropriately programmed airbag control module.

In its findings, Toyota says that faulty programming may cause the curtain airbags to deploy upon impact on the rear wheel. The fix involves the replacement of the airbag computer assembly with a new one at no cost to the customer. The recall affects Rush SUVs produced from April 2, 2018 to February 7, 2019.

For its part, Toyota Motor Philippines remains dedicated to customer safety and satisfaction, and has begun the process of contacting concerned customers through notification letters. Customers can also get in touch with any authorized Toyota dealership to determine whether their Rush is affected by the said issue.

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