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About These NHTSA Complaints:

This data is from the NHTSA — the US gov't agency tasked with vehicle safety. Complaints are spread across multiple & redundant categories, & are not organized by problem.

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2008 Toyota Camry Hybrid Owner Comments

problem #2

Mar 262010

(reported on)

Camry Hybrid

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2008 Toyota Camry hybrid included in the floor mat recall. The consumer stated when he contacted the dealer to make an appointment to have the recall taken care of, he was informed that Toyota was only providing sufficient parts to the dealer to perform 10 vehicles per day. As a result, the consumers appointment was in 13 days.

- Unkown, DC, USA

problem #1

Jan 012008

Camry Hybrid

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Approximate incident date is entirely inaccurate. I do not remember when this happened, but probably more than a year ago either in a 2006 Camry or a 2008 Camry hybrid. I believe this to be related to NHTSA campaign id 09V388000. I am concerned because "Toyota has determined that this defect does not exist in vehicles in which the driver side floor mat is compatible with the vehicle and is properly secured" and believe that my complaint should be investigated concurrently with this one. 1. my compatible and properly secured carpeted driver's side floor mat slipped off the retaining hooks (clips) and bunched up under the pedals. There are only two hooks, which are removable, and they spin around and around, allowing the mat to slip off. I believe that a simple fix of installing permanent hooks that do not spin, or four hooks, would solve this potentially fatal issue. 2. as I was driving, I found myself unable to depress the brake pedal. I discovered that my floor mat had lodged under the brake pedal, making it so that could not press it down. Fortunately I was able to dislodge the mat and avoid a collision. This incident only happened once, but the mats do come off the hooks frequently, therefore I must constantly make sure that my mat is secure and that the hooks are facing the correct way so the mat cannot slip off them. 3. the failure was not reported and no action has been taken.

- Rancho Cucamonga, CA, USA

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