Vehicle May Stall During Driving At Higher Speed – 2014-2020 Toyota





2018 – 2019 Sequoia

2018 – 2020 Tundra

2018 – 2020 Corolla

2017 – 2020 Tacoma

2019 Corolla Hatchback

2018 – 2020 Camry

2014 FJ Cruiser

2018 – 2019 Highlander

2014 – 2015 Land Cruiser

2018 – 2019 Land Cruiser

2018 – 2020 Avalon

2014 – 2015 4Runner

2018 – 2019 4Runner

2017 – 2020 Sienna**

2019 – 2020 RAV4

**Sienna Mobility Vehicles

Sienna’s that have floorboard modifications, such as a wheelchair ramp or lift, for mobility use will be featured in separate instructions. Please reference the 20TA02 Sienna Mobility Vehicle Technical Instructionsfor details.

Update 7/1/2021: Technician qualifications to perform this recall have been updated

Update 4/8/2021 : 2018 – 2019 4Runner and 2019 – 2020 RA V4 models added

Update 3/25/2021 : 2020 Tacoma and Sienna FWD has been added

Update 3/18/2021 : 2018 – 2019 Land Cruiser and 2017 Tacoma V6 models added

Update 3/2/2021 : Update to the Corolla and Corolla Hatchback Component diagrams

Update 3/1/2021 : Update to the Camry A25A 2.5 Component diagrams

Update 2/25/2021 : 2020 Tundra and 2020 Camry added

Update 2/18/2021 : 2019 RA V4 and Corolla Hatchback; 2020 Corolla models added

Details provided for removing the seat cushion on RAV4

Update 2/10/2021 : Instructions added for use of Retainer Ring Pilers

Update 1/28/2021 : 2018-2019 Camry A25A; 2020 Avalon and Sienna AWD has been added

Update 1/28/2021 : Tips added for Removal, Disassembly and Reassembly

Update 10/22/2020: Land Cruiser repair procedure has been added

Update 9/30/2020: Tacoma repair procedure has been added

Update 9/3/2020: Highlander repair procedure has been updated

Update 8/7/2020: Instructions added for rear seat removal on Highlander

Update 7/29/2020: Details updated for Sienna Mobility Vehicles

Update 7/10/2020: Instructions provided for Corolla Retainer Ring Removal

Update 7/1/2020: Sienna, 2015 4Runner and 2018 Avalon have been added

Update 6/25/2020: Corolla and Highlander have been added


Inspect the vehicle to determine if modifications have been made to the floorboard of the vehicle to accommodate a ramp or lift for wheelchair use. Such modifications typically require the relocation and/or modification of the fuel tank. If the fuel tank has not been modified or relocated, it will not be necessary to use the Sienna Mobility Vehicle Technical Instructions.


The subject vehicles are equipped with a low-pressure fuel pump which may stop operating. If this were to occur, warning lights and messages may be displayed on the instrument panel, and the engine may run rough. This may result in a vehicle stall, and the vehicle may be unable to be restarted. If a vehicle stall occurs while driving at higher speeds, this could increase the risk of a crash.

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