Daihatsu recalls about 350,000 vehicles, which may cause brakes to become ineffeffeffeed October 15 at 4:17 p.m.
Daihatsu has issued a recall of approximately 350,000 vehicles to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism after it was found to have a problem that may cause the brakes to malfunction in 19 models, including the Tanto.
The scope of the recall is
Daihatsu’s “Tant” and “Move”
There are 19 models, including the Passo, manufactured by Daihatsu and sold by Toyota, and approximately 353,000 units manufactured between October 2017 and May 2018.
According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, when assembling a system that automatically adjusts the position of the parts to be braked, a problem is found that the lubricant to be applied to the bolt is insufficient, and if you continue to use it as it is, the bolt will rust and the system will not work and the brake may become worse.
There have been no reports of accidents so far, but 636 such defects have been reported nationwide.
Daihatsu will notify eligible people by direct mail from the 16th, and will respond to repairs free of charge at dealers nationwide.