In proportion to the worldwide recall declared by Toyota Motor Corporation, the auto giant’s India-based arm, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM), made announcement about the recall of two car models comprising the Camry and Corolla Altis.
The freshly announced recall will cover Altis models made between July 30 of the year 2008, and December 31 of the same year (2008), and Camry cars fabricated between September 1 of the year 2006 and July 31 of the same year.
As per a company declaration with regard to recall, ” Toyota Kirloskar Motor will recall about 8,700 vehicle units in the Indian market with the aim to check the power window master switch (PWMS).”
The statement also said that the company will carry out this drive on a voluntary basis.
The company’s statement added up, “On certain Corolla Altis and Camry cars of the particular years, the power window master switch may start to feel notchy or turn out of action. This can be because of wear and tear over-time, of precise contact details in the power window master switch.”
Toyota Kirloskar Motor has asked its clients not to fear as this is not a security hazard but only a defensive step, freely conducted bye the car maker.”
As per the company, possessors of the said cars will obtain a notice thru letter or call from Toyota functionaries.
Clients have been asked to get in touch with the adjoining company trader to discover if their cars fall below the particular years, for recall. The recall drive will be carried out from November onwards, crosswise all authoritative Toyota dealers in the Indian market.
“Authorized Toyota traders will examine and replace (if deemed necessary) without charging any money from the vehicle possessor. The repair is likely to take about one hour, hinging upon the dealer’s work agenda. No other Toyota models sold in the Indian market are covered by this recall operation,” said the firm.