Toyota Recalls Vehicles in the US over Software Glitch
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In case if you’re driving a Toyota Prius model from the year 2010-2014 then  the probability is solid  that  Toyota recently reviewed your vehicle.

Toyota Motor Corp. started a monstrous worldwide review of Prius to alter a programming glitch that could cause the car to stall, a forceful response to counter past feedback of its abate reaction to defects.

Toyota to recall 1.9 million Prius cars for software defect in hybrid system

Toyota to recall 1.9 million Prius cars for software defect in hybrid system

The Japanese automaker  said it might review in regards to 260,000 Rav4 sport utility vehicles, Tacoma trucks and Lexus Rx350 Suvs sold in the United States to address a divide issue.

The Japanese automaker recently reviewed 50% of the Prium which is around 700,000  for a voluntary security overhaul of its programming.

The programming's current settings could bring about higher warm push in certain transistors, conceivably making them get out of action. In the event that this happens, different cautioning lights will light up and the vehicle can enter a safeguard mode. In rare circumstances, the cross breed framework may close down while the vehicle is continuously determined, bringing about the misfortune of force and the vehicle reaching a stop.

The organization says it has not appropriated any reports of mishaps or damages yet.

Toyota proclaimed that it is reviewing 300,000 Model Year 2012 Toyota Rav4, 2012-2013 Toyota Tacoma, and 2012-2013 Lexus RX 350 vehicles. This is additionally a voluntary review for a programming redesign.

Toyota also stated that they need to redesign the slide control ECU programming on certain 2012 Toyota Rav4, 2012-2013 Toyota Tacoma, and 2012-2013 Lexus RX 350 models so as to address an electronic circuit condition that can cause the Vehicle Stability Control, Anti-lock Brake, and Traction Control capacities to irregularly turn off. In case that these frameworks are off, standard braking operation remains completely useful.

In 2013, the automaker reviewed 5.3 vehicles — the most in the US. Owners of those vehicles will receive a memo when the upgrades are accesible at their dealers thereby  getting  a free programming upgrade.

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