Recall from Toyota Affects Nearly 65,000 Tundra and Sequoia Vehicles

Deactivation of the vehicle stability control system can increase the risk of a crash during certain driving conditions

Recall from Toyota Affects Nearly 65,000 Tundra and Sequoia Vehicles
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February 26, 2018

Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing is recalling nearly 65,000 model year 2018 Toyota Tundra and Sequoia vehicles.

What's the problem?

On the affected vehicles, electrical interference within the power supply circuit may cause the vehicle's electronic stability control system to be deactivated. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 126, "Electronic Stability Control Systems."

Deactivation of the vehicle stability control system can increase the risk of a crash during certain driving conditions.

What happens next?

Owners of the recalled Tundra and Sequoia vehicles will be notified by the automaker in mid-March 2018. Local Toyota dealers will make software updates to fix the problem at no cost to owners.

For more information about this recall, contact Toyota customer service at (888) 270-9371—reference recall number J0H.