Toyota Recalls 2009 Camrys and 2009-2011 Venza Vehicles for Failure to Start Defect



The San Diego lemon law attorney who publishes this blog has been informed that on March 7, 2012 Toyota announced a recall of certain Camry and Venza models due to a defect that can result in the vehicles failing to start. Click here for a copy of Toyota’s March 7, 2012 recall anouncement.

According to Toyota the recall affects 70,500 of its 2009 Toyota Camry vehicles and 116,000 of it 2009-2011 Toyota Venza models. According to Toyota, a manufacturing defect in these Toyota Camry and Venza vehicles may have resulted in silicon grease infiltrating the stop lamp switch, which can cause the vehicles’ warning lamps to illuminate, stop them from starting, and prevent them from shifting out of park. Toyota has not yet sent out the applicable recall notices affected vehicles owners.

Toyota Venza and Toyota Camry Owners Can Call for FREE California Lemon Law Advice

Toyota Camry and Venza owners who think that their vehicles may qualify as “lemons” under California’s lemon law are advised to contact San Diego lemon law attorney Michael R. Vachon, Esq. to discuss their legal rights.