KARACHI: Indus Motor Company has issued its fourth recall of its Toyota Corolla vehicles numbering to around 1,719 for Corolla Altis 1.8L Grande produced between August 2015 and March 2016.
This fourth recall in a period of thirteen months takes the accumulative recalls of Toyota Corolla vehicles by Indus Motors to 16,719 units, reported Dawn.
The company apprised the buyers it was pursuing a special service campaign for 1,719 Toyota Corolla Altis Grande 1.8L models mentioned above.
These aforementioned vehicles have front Airbag sensors which could over time breakdown causing its warning to illuminate with a chance the driver’s side airbag not be properly deployed in case of an accident.
Also, IMC had issued recalls of around 2,500 Toyota Corolla 1.8L Altis Grande in February 2018 for models manufactured between August 2015 and January 2016 which were equipped with front airbag sensors.
The company reported the sensors could breakdown with time, which could force the airbag warning light to illuminate with a chance the driver’s side airbag not be properly deployed in case of an accident.
Also, in June 2017 IMC issued a recall under a special service campaign for 2,700 Toyota Corolla automobiles after coming across a fault where the front mounting bolts of the front seats may not have been tightened properly.
The problem was found in 410 1.6l Altis, 268 Altis and Altis Grande, 2,082 Corolla XLI and GLI models of these Toyota automobiles.
In February 2017, the driver’s side airbag was not properly deployed in case of an accident, IMC had issued a recall for Toyota Corolla automobile models for 2016-17 1.3L XLi/GLi, 1.6 Altis and 1.8L Altis & Altis Grande.
IMC had warned back then that the aforementioned models may have faulty brakes and requested the affected owners to bring their vehicles for inspecting to the nearest company authorized outlet.