Special Service Campaign for the Spiral Cable inspection/replacement on certain Toyota Models
|Innova||30,613||October 2004||to||December 2009|
|Fortuner||23,015||September 2004||to||July 2008|
|Hilux||6,312||July 2004||to||December 2009|
|Prado||2||December 2009||to||June 2010|
The driver’s airbag module contains electrical connections housed in a spiral cable assembly, which includes a Flexible Flat Cable (FFC). During steering wheel turning, the FFC could be damaged due to the shape and location of the FFC’s retainer, which has a small contact point with the retainer. If connectivity is lost on the FFC, the airbag warning light will illuminate. This could deactivate the driver’s airbag and may not deploy in the event of a vehicle collision, increasing the risk of injury to the driver.
Customers will be notified by Toyota Motor Philippines Team through Official Notification Letter and will be invited by authorized Toyota Dealerships to inspect and/or replace the Spiral Cable with a new one at NO COST. Customers may also check if the TOYOTA vehicle is included in any active Service Campaign at https://online.toyota.com.ph/service-campaign.
Customers with vehicles included in the service campaign are highly encouraged to immediately set an appointment with any authorized Toyota dealer to perform the necessary vehicle repairs to prevent problems from occurring.
For more information or further inquiries, Customers may contact any authorized Toyota Dealerships or Toyota's Customer Assistance Center (CAC) Hotline +632 8819 2912, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or direct message through TMP official Facebook page, or 'Contact Support' via MyToyotaPH app.