If you didn’t catch the hidden safety recall for the 7,300, 2010 Toyota Camry, within the press release about the Toyota Prius recall. M&A law firm has provided an excerpt from the press release is as follows:
Separately, Toyota will conduct a voluntary safety recall on approximately 7,300 early production – 2010 model year Camry vehicles equipped with the 4 cylinder engine to inspect for a power steering hose that may be in contact with a front brake tube. This contact could lead to a hole in the brake tube and cause a brake fluid leak, increased brake pedal stroke and greater vehicle stopping distance. Owners of the involved 2010 Camry vehicles will be notified by mail starting in the middle of February.
The issues is on certain early production 2010 model year Camry vehicles equipped with the 4-cylinder engine, a power steering pressure hose in the engine compartment may be the incorrect length. If this condition exists, a crimp on the power steering pressure hose may come in contact with the No. 7 front brake tube. If this condition is not fixed, a hole may wear in the brake tube and deplete the brake fluid in the vehicle? As a result, the brake pedal stroke will increase and lead to greater vehicle stopping distance which may lead to hazardous and even fatal driving conditions. Toyota will notify owners by mail starting in mid-February 2010.
However, if you have been in an accident in a 2010 Toyota Camry due to greater vehicle stopping distance, you will want to call the law offices of M&A law firm toll- free at 1.866.789.1664. M&A law firm is keeping up with the latest Toyota recall news and are ready to talk to you about your situation.