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Toyota says it is recalling up to 1.8 million cars across Europe, including about 220,000 in the UK, following an accelerator problem.

There is a possibility that certain accelerator pedal mechanisms may, in rare instances, mechanically stick in a partially depressed position or return slowly to the idle position.

This is caused because the accelerator pedal mechanisms concerned may become worn. This progressive wear, combined with certain operating and environmental conditions, can cause friction in the mechanism to increase and intermittently result in the accelerator pedal being harder to depress, slow to return or, in the worst case, stick in a partially open position.

In case of occurrence, the driver may notice that the accelerator pedal is progressively harder to depress or is slower to return. A rough or chattered feeling may also be experienced when depressing/releasing the accelerator pedal.

The eight models recalled are the AYGO, iQ, Yaris, Auris, Corolla, Verso, Avensis and RAV4 and cover manufacturing dates going back to February 2005.

The Peugeot 107 and the Citroen C1 are also effected.
Aygo, 107 and C1 Production from February 2005 until August 2009

PSA: Toyota Answers Top 10 Questions About the Sticking Accelerator Pedal Recall

sources: BBC, Toyota blog UK


  1. ryan said...
    So does this mean they are going to take all our cars back :(
    Guido said...
    No only the ones with the faulty pedal as in the movie.
    Sam cool said...

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