2019-21 Toyota C-HR recalled

Toyota is recalling 7671 examples of its C-HR as a fuel pump fault could lead to a fuel leak in the engine compartment.

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Toyota is recalling its small C-HR SUV due to the potential of a fuel leak.

“The internal components of the fuel pump may wear and fracture the welded area of the fuel pump, which could lead to a fuel leak in the engine compartment,” the company says in its recall notice.

“If this was to occur, vehicle occupants may identify a fuel odour when driving.

“A fuel leak in the engine compartment may result in an engine bay fire. A vehicle fire could increase the risk of injury or death to vehicle occupants, other road users or bystanders.”

  • A total of 7671 vehicles are affected
  • Vehicles were available for sale from December 2, 2019 to May 26, 2021
  • The VIN list is attached here
  • The original recall notice is attached here

Toyota is contacting owners of all affected vehicles.

If you own an affected vehicle, you’ll need to make an appointment at a Toyota dealer for a free inspection and repair.

Toyota Australia says parts should be available between the end of June 2021 and the middle of July 2021.

If you have any further questions, you can contact the Toyota Recall Assist helpline on 1800 987 366 on weekdays from 8am to 6pm AEST.

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