Toyota Venza Recall
If you have owned a vehicle in the last 10 years, then you have most likely received a recall through the mail at some point. The Toyota Venza is no different when it comes to a recall. We have put together a list of the majority of the Toyota Venza Recalls up to this date for you. Your recalls can affect the way a vehicle performs or handles. A recall could also be a safety concern. Either way you want to always address any open recalls. Here is a list of all the recalls we could find on a Venza to date.
Toyota Venza Powertrain Recalls
Some of the most searched for recalls are in regard to the Toyota Powertrain. Below we have tried to break out all the different types of Toyota Venza Powertrain Recalls. This should make it easier to see if your Toyota Powertrain has any. If you are having problems with your Toyota Powertrain and do not see a relevant recall, you can check to see if your covered under the Toyota Powertrain Warranty.
- Recall # 11V306000 Date: 2011-06-01 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2011 Venza vehicles manufactured from March 2007 to March 2011. These vehicles are at risk of the front right drive shaft breaking due to insufficient heat treatment.
This concludes our Toyota Venza Powertrain Recall list.
We hope this made it easier to find the Toyota Venza Powertrain Recall you were looking for. If you are having issues with the powertrain and would like to get some feedback from someone that has had similar issues. I highly recommend the following Toyota Venza Forum. Toyota Venza Forum – This forum is a great tool and is also a strong pillar in the Tahoe community.
Here Is The List Of The Remaining Toyota Venza Recalls By Date.
- Recall # 22V239000 Date: 2022-04-12 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2021-2011 Venza vehicles and certain Lexus, Mirai, RAV4, Sienna, and Highlander Hybrid vehicles. The Skid Control ECU software on these vehicles won’t switch on the Vehicle Stability System after it was previously disabled. This error fails to comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Electronic Stability Control Systems.”
- Recall # 22V033000 Date: 2022-01-25 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2021 Venza Hybrid vehicles due to the possibility of water entering the turn signal LED lights and creating condensation on the circuit board, resulting in a possible short circuit. This error fails to comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment.”
- Recall # 21V257000 Date: 2021-04-13 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2009-2015 Venza vehicles due to possible damage to the Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) wiring when using the driver’s side door.
- Recall # 16V396000 Date: 2016-06-02 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2009-2010 Venza vehicles and certain 4Runner, Highlander, Sequoia, Sienna, Avalon, Tundra, Camry, Tacoma, FJ Cruiser, Corolla, and Prius vehicles. These vehicles have aftermarket seat heaters with a copper strand heating element. The electrical wiring on the seat heaters could be damaged by seat cushion compression.
- Recall # 14V743000 Date: 2014-11-19 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2009-2011 Venza vehicles and certain Prius, Corolla, Avalon, FJ Cruiser, Tacoma, Camry, RAV4, and 4Runner vehicles. These vehicles have damaged seat heater wiring due to the compression of the seat cushion.
- Recall # 13V442000 Date: 2013-10-17 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2012-2013 Venza vehicles and certain Avalon and Camry vehicles due to the possibility of clogging in the air conditioning condenser. When this occurs, water accumulates at the bottom of the condensing unit, which could leak into and possibly damage the air bag control module, risking an electrical short circuit.
- Recall # 13V123000 Date: 2013-04-09 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2010-2013 Venza vehicles and certain Tundra, RAV4, Sequoia, Corolla, Camry, Highlander, FJ Cruiser, Land Cruiser, 4Runner, Tacoma, Sienna, and Prius vehicles. These vehicles have labels that contain incorrect information on the actual weight, which does not conform with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Tire Selection and Rims.”
- Recall # 13V014000 Date: 2013-01-16 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2009-2013 Venza vehicles and certain Tacoma, 4Runner, Camry, Camry Hybrid, Prius, RAV4, Avalon, FJ Cruiser, Highlander, Corolla, Sienna, and Tundra vehicles. These vehicles have a passenger seat occupant sensing system that is not properly calibrated, which puts it at risk of not working as designed.
- Recall # 12V091000 Date: 2012-03-07 Recall: Toyota recalls the 2009-2011 Venza vehicles manufactured from October 2008 to January 2011. During the assembly of the contact-type stop lamp switch, the silicone grease made contact with the surface switch, causing resistance. This error will cause the warning light to illuminate and put the vehicle in a no-start condition.
- Recall # 10V036000 Date: 2010-02-03 Recall: Toyota recalls certain 2005-2011 Venza vehicles as they are sold without the load carrying capacity modification labels. This error does not conform with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Tire Selection and Rims.”
- Recall # 21V421000 Date: 2010-01-26 Recall: Toyota recalls certain 2005-2010 Venza vehicles sold between September 2005 and June 2008 with missing load-carrying capacity modification labels. This error does not conform with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard on “Tire Selection and Rims.”
Will A Recall Effect Your Venza Warranty
Most recalls are continually honored by your dealership. The dealer will generally just want to perform the recall and get you on your way. Will a recall effect your Toyota warranty? To answer this, a recall will not affect your warranty or the ability of you getting a warranty. If you would like to know more about a Toyota Extended Warranty, please visit our main site.
Get An Instant Toyota Warranty Quote
Your Toyota Venza may qualify for an extended warranty. Don’t wait until it’s too late. Visit our site and get an instant Toyota Warranty Quote. You can also call 855-730-1290 and let one of our Warranty Specialists help find the right warranty for you.
Toyota Venza Extended Warranty Options
Here we will go over your Toyota Venza Extended Warranty Options. The high dollar powertrain should be your main concern. Mopar Powertrain Plus will take care of this at a really fair price. If you are looking for a little better coverage and are ok excluding some of the smaller items, you should consider the Mopar Added Care Plus. If you want to pay the little extra and know that most everything is covered, you want to go with the Mopar Maximum Care. All of these plans have a large list of components that are covered. To help with questions you can find printable brochures below.