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2011 Toyota Tundra recalled voluntary way

Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) today announced that it will conduct a voluntary safety campaign involving approximately 3,450 2011 Tundra trucks to inspect the rear drive shaft. The rear transmission shaft on an estimated number of 0.05 percent of the vehicles could be provided with a component (sliding seal) may break due to an incorrect molding during the process of casting.  

No other model Toyota, Lexus or Scion is concerned by the campaign, and Toyota is not aware of any accident or injuries related to the situation in Canada.

The owners of affected vehicles will receive a letter advising them of this campaign by first class mail starting in May 2011. Toyota also publish this information on its Web site.

Toyota dealers will be asked to perform an inspection to identify a number of "production lot" is specific to the rear transmission shaft. According to the results of the inspection, in a few cases, the rear transmission shaft may need to be replaced.

The inspection and / or replacement will be made without charge to the owner of the vehicle.

Customers who have questions about it are asked to contact their local Toyota dealer, visit, or contact Toyota Canada at 1-888-TOYOTA-8 (1 888 868-6828).

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