ABS SYSTEM FAILURE CAUSING OUT OF CONTROL SITUATION AFTER 60 MPH on 2003 Toyota Sequoia

INSTEAD OF STOPING IT TURNS RIGHT. THIS HAPPENED TWICE AND AFTER FULL BRAKE REPAIR. I HAVE READ TOYOTA IS PRESENTLY RECALLING SEVERAL MODELS OR CANCELLING PRODUCTION. IF TOYOTA CANNOT FIND A SOLUTION FOR ABS PROBLEM WHAT CAN I EXPECT? ANY RESPONSE WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED AND HOWW DO I REPORT THIS TO TOYOTA?

by in Miami, FL on October 24, 2010
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ANSWER by on October 24, 2010
My advice would be to keep in touch with a local dealership if you feel there are defect issues that are going to be recalled. My feeling, though, is that you do not have a factory flaw, but rather something became affected during the brake repairs. I would advise to have a proper diagnosis performed. You could have a caliper issue, a hydraulic issue with an ABS pump motor, or base hydraulic issue. Also, your suspension and steering could be influencing things too. Based on the safety concern, I would not drive further, and I would get your truck checked out. Good luck.

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