Toyota Recall, Lexus Recall

Toyota is at it again. This time they are recalling 1.53 million Lexus, Avalon and other models in the US and Japan for brake fluid and fuel pump problems and defects.

This adds one more to a list of Toyota recalls that only gets longer. During the last year, Toyota has recalled more than ten million cars and trucks for safety problems, including 1.3 million Corolla and Matrix vehicles because of engine stalling.

The current brake issue involves the brake master cylinder and reportedly could lead to weaker braking power. And that can lead to an accident.

Other models have an electrical problem with the fuel pump that can cause stalling.

If you've got a Toyota-built vehicle, the only way to be sure your vehicle has all the latest recall fixes is to contact your local dealer.

If you have a lemon Toyota or a Lexus lemon, you need a Burdge attorney. Getting rid of lemons, and getting you back your money, that's what we do. Everyday. Since 1978.

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