Toyota to replace 4M gas pedals that could jam

Story by Superior Auto Institute

During the month of September, Toyota had a massive recall of many of its popular Camry and Prius editions which happens to be its best selling cars at the moment. It appears that the gas pedal was getting stuck to the floor mat which is more than just a huge issue when it comes to people’s safety.

Right now for those who are driving these cars, people are asked to go to a Toyota dealer near them in order to have their gas pedal shortened starting January of 2010. By spring of 2010, new pedals will be arriving in order to fix the issue for good. There is no reason to believe that the problem has anything other than to do with a length issue. As another precaution, Camry and Pruis drivers are asked to remove their driver’s side floor mats.

Safety is Toyota’s number 1 concern and they are on top of what needs to be done in order to fix this issue. Here is a statement: "The safety of our owners and the public is our utmost concern and Toyota has and will continue to thoroughly investigate and take appropriate measures to address any defect trends that are identified."

Here is a list of cars that Toyota has recalled for this issue:

2007-2010 model year Camry

2005-2010 Toyota Avalon

2004-2009 Prius

2005-2010 Toyota Tacoma

2007-2010 Toyota Tundra

2007-2010 Lexus ES350

2006-2010 Lexus IS250/350

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