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Toyotas recall issue not over with Sequoia

An issue with the control unit’s program logic could cause the stability control to activate at low speed (about 9 mph, Toyota says) when not…

An issue with the control unit’s program logic could cause the stability control to activate at low speed (about 9 mph, Toyota says) when not needed, after accelerating from a stop, resulting in acceleration that’s slower than intended.

Only about 50,000 Sequoias from the early part of the 2003 model year are affected by the recall, and in fall 2003 Toyota had issued the first of several Technical Service Bulletins. Since then, the automaker says it has been responding to owners by replacing the skid control engine control unit (ECU) on a case-by-case basis.

If you have this SUV it wise to run a diagnosis check on (ECU) from time to time because there no specific information as to which model or chassis number may be affected. Already in the US, according to the New York Times, and the government agency has gathered 153 complaints regarding the issue.

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