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Toyota Recall : Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems/FMVSS 138
2011 Toyota Tundra
Drivers will not receive a warning from the tire pressure monitor that one or more tires are underinflated, increasing the risk that the vehicle will be driven with one or more underinflated tires, increasing the risk of a tire failure that may lead to a crash.
Tires — Pressure Monitoring And Regulating Systems
- Southeast Toyota is recalling certain model year 2007-2011 Tundra vehicles for failing to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard no. 138, "tire pressure monitoring systems." The TPMS on some vehicles may not have been properly calibrated and as a result the low tire pressure warning lamp may not illuminate should the inflation pressure in one or more of the vehicle's tires fall below the threshold for when the low tire pressure warning lamp should illuminate.
- Dealers will recalibrate the tire pressure monitoring system in accordance with the regulation free of charge. The safety recall began during July 2011. Owners may contact southeast Toyota customer assistance center toll free at 1-800-301-6859, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, eastern standard time.
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