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Toyota Begins Tacoma Truck Recall

December 10, 2013

Toyota Tacoma. Photo courtesy of Toyota.
Toyota Tacoma. Photo courtesy of Toyota.

Toyota this month is recalling 3,795 2013-2014 model-year Tacoma trucks because their engines might contain valve springs that could break over time, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported. This condition could lead to engine failure and vehicle stalling.

The trucks affected were all manufactured from July 1 through Oct. 11 of this year, NHTSA said.

Toyota dealers will replace the valve springs, free of charge. The company announced plans for the recall last month.

Owners can reach Toyota at 1-800-331-4331.

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