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2005-2010 Camry, Avalon, Highlander, Rav4, Sienna Oil Line Leak LSC 90K

Discussion in 'Warranty Extensions' started by OishiiJPN, Jun 4, 2015.

  1. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator


    Subject: Limited Service Campaign (LSC) 90K
    Enhanced Warranty Coverage for Oil Supply Hose in the 2GR-FE Engine on the following vehicles..

    2005-2009 Avalon
    2007-2010 Camry
    2008 Highlander
    2006-2009 Rav4
    2007-2010 Sienna


    In Toyota's continuing efforts to ensure the best in customer satisfaction, Toyota is launching a Limited Service Campaign (LSC) 90K to repair Oil Leak on the 2GR-FE 3.5L oil supply hose.

    Background:
    On certain vehicle equipped with a 2GR-FE (V6) engine,the rubber portion of the oil supply hosefor the VVT-i actuator may degrade over time. This condition may cause oil to leak from the VVT-i oil hose producing abnormal engine noise and the oil pressure light to illuminate.


    Limited Service Campaign (LSC) Remedy
    Authorized Toyota dealerships are requested to replace the VVT-i Oil Hose at NO CHARGE to the
    vehicle’s owner.

    This LSC extension will be available until December 31, 2021 and will only be available at an authorized Toyota Dealer.

    Owners Notification letters will commence in mid September.

    This is not a Recall, it is a warranty enhancement.
     
  2. My vvti hose completely suddenly failed and oil gushes out almost as fast as you can pour it in.
    My Toyota Sienna can not be driven
    I'm afraid it has severely damaged my engine.
    Every dummy light came on, going down the freeway at night, by the time I pulled off road the battery and electrical power were blinking. The motor electric shut down before the engine blows. Is that right?
    How will I know if my car is worth salvage?
    I am a single mom going to school and on a seriously tight budget.
    How much does the service cost? All the things that will need replacement? Filters, gaskets,seals. Oil.
    What can I do myself?
    Could someone tell me what is the best course of action?
     
  3. OishiiJPN

    OishiiJPN Administrator

    Jennifer, I am sorry to hear that this happened. The best course of action, if you want Toyota to contribute to the cost of the repair, is to contact your local Toyota Dealer and have them tow it in to inspect for what is needed. They may cover the cost or a portion of it but the first step is to have them inspect the cause and devise a remedy. I wish you the best with this.
     

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