Toyota, Honda Vehicles Recalled Brake Problem In The U.S

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Toyota is recalling 740,000 vehicles sold in the U.S. due to lack of safety brakes that can add to the automaker in 2010, the misery of withdrawal.

Moreover, the U.S. division Honda said it expects to announce the withdrawal of an unspecified number of vehicles for the same problem.Toyota Motor Sales, U.S. Division Toyota Motor Corp.

(TM) in Japan, said the recall affects models built between 2005 Avalon 2006, non-hybrid Highlanders from 2004 to 2006, the Lexus RX330 and 2006 Lexus models GS300, IS250 and IS350 . Toyota said it was recalling the vehicles because a small amount of brake fluid may leak from the brake master cylinder, causing the brake light to continue.

If the problem persists, "the first Toyota driver will notice a brake feels spongy or soft pedal, and the ability of the brakes to slow the vehicle gradually deteriorate.Toyota said the problem stems the use of brake fluid does Toyota. brake Toyota lubricating fluid containing polymers that prevent the problem, the company said.

The company said Toyota and Lexus vehicle will replace the master cylinder cup owners.Worldwide toll, Toyota is recalling market of 1.5 million vehicles due to the problem.

At the same time, Honda (HMC) spokesman Christina Ra confirmed that the automaker is preparing to warn the security authorities of the United States on Thursday, threatening to recall recall.The covers the Acura RL and Honda Odyssey models 2005, 2006 and 2007.

Ra did not say how many vehicles have to remember, but he does not say is due to recall problems similar to those behind the brake recall.The new Toyota is the latest problem seems to Toyota, which has recalled millions of vehicles because of problems security.

From the second half of last year, Toyota has announced recalls of more than 8 million vehicles. The last major call-back in August, which will affect about 1.33 million Corolla and Matrix vehicles were built in 2005-2008 and sold in the United States and Canada. The company said that the risk of cracks in welds or electronic components used to protect high voltage circuits.

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This article was published on 2010/10/22