Toyota Highlander Hybrid Recalls
The driver's side power window master switch may overheat and melt, causing a possible fire hazard.
In an accident, the passenger front seat belt may not not secure an adult passenger fully enough because software may limit the force of the restraint to apply to smaller occupants. This can increase risk of injury.
Various warning lamps may illuminate, drivability concerns could be encountered, or the the hybrid drive system could shut down causing the vehicle to stall unexpectedly increasing the risk of a crash.
Southeast Toyota is recalling certain 2010 - 2013 Toyota & Scion vehicles because the vehicle weight information label is incorrect. This recall applies to Toyotas sold in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, North & South Carolina.
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 power window master switch may overheat, melt, or possibly catch fire.
A problem may develop with the crankshaft pulley. This could result in an abnormal noise, illumination of the Check Engine Light, and/or loss of power steering assist.
Due to a failure inside the hybrid drive inverter module, various dash warning lights may illuminate, drivability may be impaired, or the vehicle may stall unexpectedly, increasing the risk of a crash.
The airbag warning light may illuminate, and the curtain shield airbag and seat belt pretensioner could be inadvertently activated. Inadvertent activation of airbag system components can cause injury to a vehicle occupant.
The floor carpet cover may interfere with the accelerator pedal, causing the throttle to become stuck in a partially open position. A stuck accelerator can result in unintended vehicle speed, increasing the risk of a crash.