Toyota Yaris Recalls

RepairPal Expert Overview on May 26, 2016

The front strut mounting bearings in the front suspension may be damaged when impacting large bumps in the road. This can cause loss of vehicle control.

RepairPal Expert Overview on May 23, 2016

The passenger frontal air bag assembly is deployed by an inflator which contains propellant that makes the air bag deploy. This propellant may degrade over time, especially when exposed to humidity and temperature cycling. As a result, the inflator may rupture on deployment, which can send metal shrapnel through the air bag, striking vehicle occupants. This could result in serious injury or death.

RepairPal Expert Overview on April 22, 2016

For vehicles modified by the addition of factory available vehicle accessories by Southeast Toyota Distributors, the load carrying capacity label affixed to the vehicle may not show accurate information. This is because the added accessory weight following installation was not accounted for on the existing label. As a result, the vehicle could be accidentally overloaded which could result in a crash.

RepairPal Expert Overview on October 22, 2015

The driver's side power window master switch may overheat and melt, causing a possible fire hazard.

RepairPal Expert Overview on March 9, 2015

The headliner inside the vehicle does not comply with required safety standards to protect from occupant injury in a crash.

RepairPal Expert Overview on February 19, 2015

The rear wheels may lock up unexpectedly while driving, and rear brake components may become damaged. This could cause loss of vehicle control or less effective braking, increasing risk of an accident.

RepairPal Expert Overview on April 9, 2014

The driver's seat my not properly lock in place.

RepairPal Expert Overview on April 9, 2014

The driver's front airbag may not deploy as expected in the event of a crash.

RepairPal Expert Overview on July 3, 2013

Power steering assist could be lost without warning making the vehicle difficult to steer.

RepairPal Expert Overview on October 10, 2012

The power window master switch may overheat, melt, or possibly catch fire.