Recall roundup: Toyota Camry and Avalon for suspension problems image

Toyota has recently issued a recall covering the Camry and the Avalon because of a problem with the suspension system.

According to the car manufacturer, owners of several Camry and Avalon vehicles will have to take a trip back to the dealers because of a problem with the suspension. Toyota says that in the affected cars, the left front lower suspension arm may have a bad bolt connecting it to the ball joint and if the vehicle will be hitting a big pothole, or suffer a major impact, the two components might separate, leading to the loss of steering.

The affected models are the Toyota Camry and the Toyota Avalon, from the 2014 model year, in 5,650 units. Toyota says that no crasher, injuries or deaths have been reported, related to this condition. Owners of the above mentioned models will be notified by the car manufacturer soon and the dealers will be replacing the lower suspension arm, free of charge, with a new one. The recall should begin soon but if you happen to own such a vehicle and you would like to find out more on the subject, you can contact Toyota Customer Service at 1-800-331-4331.