The following Toyota models are affected by the Special Service Campaign for the opposite orientation of airbag inflator inspection.
|December 13, 2010
|December 12, 2012
The vehicle is equipped with a single-stage front passenger air bag inflator (Takata-designated SPI-2) and are involved in a Takata inflator recall. There is a possibility that some vehicles received a recall remedy in which the replacement inflator was installed in an incorrect orientation. This could result in insufficient sealing of the inflator to the air bag assembly; during deployment, generated gases could leak. If this occurs, the front passenger air bag may not inflate as designed during deployment, increasing the risk of injury in the event of a crash.
Customers will be notified by Toyota Motor Philippines Team through Official Notification Letter and will be invited by authorized Toyota Dealerships to inspect the orientation of Airbag Inflator and correct it if it is opposite at NO COST. Customers may also check if the TOYOTA vehicle is included in any active Service Campaign at https://toyota.com.ph/service-campaign.
Customers with vehicles included in the service campaign are highly encouraged to immediately set an appointment with any authorized Toyota dealer to perform the necessary vehicle repairs to prevent problems from occurring.
For more information or further inquiries, Customers may contact any Authorized Toyota Dealer or Toyota’s Customer Assistance Center (CAC) hotline at +632 8819 2912, email [email protected], direct message through TMP official Facebook page, or “Contact Support” via MyToyotaPH app.