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Avensis safety recall.

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Just noticed that Toyota have a new safety recall on my 2007 D4D 2.0 litre. I don't know what it is for yet, as I only saw it on the DVLA website whilst checking the MOT. It was dated from 25th of April. Other Avensis owners may want to check.

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One can use Toyota's recall checker to determine whether your car is affected by any outstanding recalls or voluntary service campaigns - https://www.toyota.co.uk/owners/vehicle-information/recall-checker-info#/iframe/https%3A%2F%2Fforms.toyota.co.uk%2Frecall-checker

There isn't a recall on the DVSA website dated 25th April (today's date), but there is for 25th February 2019. However, if the date given is correct it may take a few days to appear on both the DVSA website and Toyota's recall checker.

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Unfortunately every time I have tried that Toyota site with my reg number, it can't find my car. I'd try with the VIN if only the DVLA would send me a logbook.😂

Maybe it is more airbag issues. I'll be going to visit the local Toyota dealership after work in the morning.

The DVLA gives me this:

Outstanding recall found

There's an outstanding manufacturer's safety recall on TOYOTA AVENSIS (reg number). The vehicle has been recalled since at least 25 April 2019.

Contact a TOYOTA dealership to arrange for repairs.

If you've had the recalled component repaired recently, it can take up to three weeks for the manufacturer to update their records.

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Should be able to get the VIN from one of the plates on the car.

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You are greatly underestimating my level of laziness, lol.😴😅

I need to take a picture of the one in the windscreen area, I just keep forgetting.

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When I booked in, they told me that it was a passenger airbag actuator problem.

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