Toyota Recalls 2.5 Million Vehicles to Repair Power Window Switches

Toyota is recalling  is recalling 2.5 million vehicles sold in the United States due faulty power window switch that could be a potential risk for fire.  The Toyota recall includes over seven million vehicles worldwide sold under the Toyota and Scion brands.
The recall is due to problems with a potentially defective power window switch on the driver’s side of the affected vehicles which, may cause the it to feel sticky feel during use.
In the U.S., the vehicles involved in the latest recall include:
•2007 – 2009 Camry sedans, approx. 938,100 vehicles;
•2007 – 2009 Camry Hybrids, approx. 116,800 vehicles;
•2007 – 2009 RAV4 crossovers, approx. 336,400 vehicles;
•2007 – 2009 Tundra pickups, approx. 337,100 vehicles;
•2007 – 2008 Yaris subcompacts, approx. 110,300 vehicles;
•2008 Highlander SUVs, approx. 135,400 vehicles;
•2008 Highlander Hybrids, approx. 23,200 vehicles;
•2008 – 2009 Scion xD models, approx. 34,400 vehicles;
•2008 – 2009 Scion xA models, approx. 77,500 vehicles;
•2008- 2009 Sequoia SUVs, approx. 38,500 vehicles;
•2009 Corolla compacts, approx. 270,900 vehicles; and
•2009 Matrix crossovers; approx. 53,800 vehicles.
NHTSA has received more than 200 reports of problems because of the defective switch including fires, however there have been no known crashes or injuries.
NHTSA Recall Info.

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