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Toyota Yaris GRMN (2017 – 2018)

Published on 14 February 2020

The fuel-delivery resin spacer between the fuel injector and the engine’s cylinder head does not have the appropriate thermal resistance. Consequently, it could deform, reducing the injector’s head sealing, resulting in fuel leakage and increasing the risk of fire.

The Toyota Yaris GRMN models affected by this recall were equipped with supercharged 2ZR engines and manufactured between 18. 7. 2017 – 12. 4. 2018.

Toyota recall code: 20SMD-003

Source: Rapex Alert 7/2020 A12/00194/20

Is my car affected?

Type of alert
Production period18. 7. 2017 - 12. 4. 2018
Type/number of modelModel code: NSP131, Model year: 2017~2018, Vehicles equipped with supercharged 2ZR engines , e11*KS07/46*4079
Country of originFrance
Alert submitted byPortugal
Products were found and measures were taken also in
Measures taken by economic operators
Published by Rapex2020-02-14 07:22:18

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