2009 Toyota FJ Cruiser Recalls
For vehicles equipped with aftermarket accessory seat heaters, the seat heater elements in the front seats may short circuit if they are damaged by the seat cushion being compressed over time. This could result in a fire hazard.
The seat heater may not work because of a damaged heating element.
The information printed on a sticker located on the vehicle that states the proper spare tire size and inflation pressure may be incorrect. This could allow for improper tire inflation and lead to spare tire failure if utilized.
The bumper mounted auxiliary driving lights, in combination with the high beam head lights are brighter that government regulations allow.
In the event of a crash, the driver and/or front passenger seat belt retractor could come loose from its mounting, increasing the risk of personal injury.
Vehicles that had added on seat accessories such as seat cover installation, seat heaters or headrest DVD systems may not have had proper calibration procedures performed to properly operate the occupant sensing system of the passenger seat. This may result in the passenger front air bag being inadvertently deactivated, increasing risk of injury in an accident.
The design of a Toyota Racing Development (TRD) high performance brake kit could cause a brake fluid leak from one of the front wheel brake lines. This can cause loss of braking function.
Due to a calibration error, the low tire warning light may not illuminate if the tire pressure is not within specification. Improperly inflated tires may fail while driving, increasing the risk of a crash.
The load carrying capacity modification label may be missing.