Not a snowballs chance in hell , believe me l have also tried !
The Primary Coverage offers warranty enhancement described herein for all owners of coveredIs it to late to get the dashed replaced I bought this car in 2018 and everything is fine except for the dash. I was reluctant to buy it because of this reason. It has been one of the best car as far as it running great. But it is definitely had to look at when it comes to the dash. Please let me know if this is an option for me! Thank you.
Just found all the cracks in my 2006 Toyota Solara convertible with 65,000 miles on it in 2020 garage kept and babied. Did not get any recall I am saddened too.I have 2006 Toyota Solara convertible that I have owned for over 10 years and had no issues with dash until fall of 2017 when cracks and stickiness occurred. Car has always been garaged and in great shape with 63,000 miles. Now warranty doesn't cover my dash. Very disappointing for a car that I have enjoyed and valued. Any chance Toyota is going to extend warranty for my car.
I had just began having the sticky dash issue this summer of 2017, I researched online to find that there was a recall for this issue. I finally took my Camry in to the local dealer only to be told the replacement program had expired June of 2017 for my vehicle. What, how can a faulty materials issue expire? A dashboard is not a wear item and should not ever melt like this. I called Toyota corporate to no avail. I was told there was nothing they can, will do for me. They asked about a notice they had sent out in 2014 but I had not received a notice. But even If I had received the notice, I did not have or notice an issue with the dash until this summer I believe July or August. I hope this injustice is pursued and Toyota is forced to fix ALL of the bad dashboards regardless of age.
Same happened to us. Our car has always been well maintained and garaged. Not until 2020 did the many cracks begin. Ours started in the fall so I don’t believe all this has to do with heat at all. Also the cracks are on the passenger side. Toyota’s quality standard and customer retention has failed.June 20, 2019
We purchased a 2007 Avalon and have had these cracks in our dashboard for years...we NEVER got a letter, and didn't pursue getting them fixed because we were told how expensive it would be! We have recently tried getting them repaired...our Avalon is our only car, and it has 104,000 miles on it. We always keep it in the garage, try to maintain it properly. Had we left it out in the heat we likely would have had such severe damage it would have been repaired by Toyota! We were sick about the cracks! but couldn't afford to have them fixed!! We just learned about this recall...we checked with the dealership and with TOYOTA, INC in Plano Tx this morning. Tough. They won't do anything about it. We have purchase 3 Toyotas over the years from Capital Toyota in Chattanooga, TN...have always loved our Toyotas and NEVER expected anything like this. I have no idea what to do NOW, except that we'll never purchase another Toyota.