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2011 Lexus RX 350: Recall Watch


Lexus is recalling 2011 RX 350s that were built between August 30, 2010 and May 18, 2011 and have Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM).

The recall is due to an incorrect calibration for the hydraulic control valves. That incorrect calibration means the right front tire might not be controlled properly if the ABS or VSC (Vehicle Skid Control) system is activated. That could result in either a longer stopping distance or the failure to correct a slide.

Lexus will make the fix free of charge, replacing the brake actuator with a new one. To contact the company, owners may do so at 800-331-4331. Dealers are expected to begin making the fixes in August.

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  1. I read this on the website. It is only 32 cars!
     
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    Bad stuff?

     
  2. That few? Well, they were down for a while due to the Tsunami. The RX350 is imported from Japan correct?
     
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  3. That few? Well, they were down for a while due to the Tsunami. The RX350 is imported from Japan correct?
     
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