A missing label might not necessarily feel like a big deal to a random person who is buying the 2020 Toyota Hilux truck but it does mean a lot to the Japanese automaker for some specific reasons. The Australian arm of Toyota recently announced an urgent recall for 15 units of its 2020 Hilux pickup trucks due to lack of compliance labels that should certify them as fit for the Australian auto market. The automaker claims that the labels were supposed to be fitted on the affected cars when they were at the port undergoing local processing.
Toyota Australia recalls few units of the 2020 Hilux truck due to lack of important labels
According to Toyota, the affected Hilux trucks were rolled out between the 1st of June and 4th of August 2020 to different parts of Australia. The Japanese automaker revealed in its recall statement that owners of the affected trucks will be contacted via email, physical mail and or text messages. Also, the statement highlighted that other Hilux owners with pressing questions can as well contact a local dealership or call 1-800-987-366 which is the company’s official helpline.
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Going by the explanations of Toyota Australia, the missing compliance labels will only require 30 minutes to fit on the affected cars. However, the company advised that affected owners should make their trucks available for a much longer time so that local dealers can do the fix based on a convenient schedule.
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