2014 Toyota Camry Recall Title: Fuel May Leak From Fuel Delivery Pipe
2012 Toyota Camry Recall Date: September 19, 2014
2012 Toyota Camry NHTSA Recall Campaign Number: 14V576000
2014 Toyota Camry Recall Manufacturer: Manufacturer Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing
2014 Toyota Camry Recall Component(s): Fuel System, Gasoline
2014 Toyota Camry Recall – Potential Number of Units Affected: 15,872
2014 Toyota Camry Recall Overview: Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing (Toyota) is recalling certain model year 2014 Toyota Avalon, Camry, Sienna, and Highlander and model year 2015 Lexus RX350 vehicles. Fuel may leak from one of the fuel delivery pipes in the engine compartment.
Just What Is a Car Recall? Car Safety Recall Definition – A safety recall is an automotive manufacturer’s way of notifying vehicle customers that their product has a flaw. The automobile problem is serious enough that if you do not correct the flaw your and/or your passengers’ safety could be at risk. Generally recalls are initiated by the US Government, but sometimes individual car manufacturers will pre-emptively initiate a recall.
Where Do I Find My VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)? Look on the lower left of your car’s windshield for your 17-digit Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Your VIN is also located on your car’s registration card, and it may be shown on your insurance card.
Auto Tip – How Do I Find Out If My Vehicle Has A Recall? ==> An easy way to determine if you have an active car recall is to just enter your VIN number at the top of this page and CarFax will report if there are any issues at all with your vehicle. The CarFax Report image looks like this:
2014 Toyota Camry Recall Remedy: Toyota will notify owners, and dealers will replace any of the suspect fuel delivery pipes free of charge. The recall began November 17, 2014. Owners may contact Toyota customer service at 1-800-331-4331.
2014 Toyota Camry Recall Notes: Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.