Toyota Sienna Recall 13V274000
Possible Fuel Leak
Engine, June 27, 2013
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Our Quick Take:
Handicapped accessible vans based on the Toyota Senna were manufactured by Eldorado National-Kansas (ENK). These vans may develop a fuel leak at the fuel filler neck.
What Should You Do?
Eldorado National will notify owners of affected models. If you don't receive notification and you feel you should have, please contact them at 1-800-955-9086 for further instruction. They may ask for your vehicle identification number (VIN), so please have it handy when you call.
82 vehicles manufactured by Eldorado National-Kansas (ENK) may have a condition where the left rear shock absorber can contact the fuel filler neck. These vehicles are all modified versions of the Toyota Sienna. The resulting damage could cause a fuel leak, increasing the risk of a fire. ENK dealers will relocate the rear shock absorbers and add a spacer to correct this concern.
Original Recall from the NHTSA
Model Year(s): 2011, 2012, 2013
Manufacturer's Report Date: June 27, 2013
NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 13V274000
NHTSA Action Number: N/A
Component: FUEL SYSTEM, GASOLINE , SUSPENSION
Potential Number of Units Affected: 82
Summary: Eldorado National-Kansas (ENK) is recalling certain model year 2011-2013 Amerivan Toyota Sienna vans manufactured February 17, 2011, through June 25, 2013. The fuel filler neck may contact the left rear shock absorber. This could damage the fuel filler neck.
Consequence: If the shock makes contact with the fuel filler neck, it could damage the neck allowing it to leak gasoline vapors and result in a fire or explosion causing personal injury.
Remedy: ENK will notify owners, and dealers will relocate the shock absorbers and add a spacer, free of charge. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule. Owners may contact Eldorado National-Kansas at 1-800-955-9086.
Notes: Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.safercar.gov.
Recall data provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration