Amerivan Toyota Sienna Vans Recalled; Risk of Fire, Explosion
Eldorado National-Kansas (ENK) is recalling certain model year 2011-2013 Amerivan Toyota Sienna vans. The fuel filler neck may contact the left rear shock absorber.
If the shock makes contact with the fuel filler neck, it could damage the neck allowing it to leak gasoline vapors and result in a fire or explosion causing personal injury.
The Amerivan Toyota Sienna vans included in this recall were manufactured from February 17, 2011 through June 25, 2013.
The owners of all affected Amerivan Toyota Sienna vans will be notified directly by ENK, and dealers will relocate the shock absorbers and add a spacer, free of charge.
The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule for this recall. For further information, contact Eldorado National-Kansas toll-free at 800-955-9086.
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