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TOYOTA ALPHARD, BREVIS, COROLLA, GAIA... Various years 2000-2006

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The Hazard

Airbag Replacement: The subject vehicles are equipped with front passenger Takata air bag inflators replaced as a '€œlike-for-likeâ€' replacement under a previous recall. These inflators contain a non-desiccated ammonium nitrate propellant. There is potential for the airbag inflator to rupture if activated, possibly causing life threatening injuries to vehicle occupants. For involved vehicles, these inflators will be replaced with an improved type.

What to do

As an owner of an involved vehicle, you will be contacted by registered letter requesting you to contact your nearest authorised Toyota Dealer to arrange a convenient time to have the repairs completed at no cost. Alternatively, contact Toyota's Customer Dialogue Centre to discuss.

Product Identifiers

ALPHARD 2002, BREVIS 2001 - 2002, COROLLA 2000 - 2005, GAIA 2001 - 2002, IPSUM 2001 - 2002, MARK II 2000 - 2002, NOAH 2001 - 2002, OPA 2002, PROBOX 2002, SOARER 2001 - 2002, SUCCEED 2002, VOLTZ 2002, VOXY 2001 - 2002, WILL 2002 (Cypha), AVENSIS 2003 - 2006 (UK Variant.)

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Toyota NZ Ltd
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Product Recalls is a collaboration between four Government Agencies bringing together consumer product safety recall information into one place to improve public access to essential safety information so you can help protect yourself, your family and your friends. Food recalls are available on the MPI website - www.mpi.govt.nz