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 Defect Investigations of Toyota Avalon

There have been 3 defect investigations conducted for the following Toyota Avalon model year vehicles.

1 Engine and engine cooling defect investigations of Toyota Avalon vehicles
This investigation was opened on Apr. 30, 2002. It was closed on Jun. 20, 2002.
Vehicles covered by this investigations include: the 1996 Lexus ES300, the 1997 Lexus ES300, the 1998 Lexus ES300, the 1999 Lexus ES300, the 2000 Lexus ES300, the 1997 Lexus RX300, the 1998 Lexus RX300, the 1999 Lexus RX300, the 2000 Lexus RX300, the 1996 Toyota Avalon, the 1997 Toyota Avalon, the 1998 Toyota Avalon, the 1999 Toyota Avalon, the 2000 Toyota Avalon, the 1996 Toyota Camry, the 1997 Toyota Camry, the 1998 Toyota Camry, the 1999 Toyota Camry, the 2000 Toyota Camry, the 1996 Toyota Celica, the 1997 Toyota Celica, the 1998 Toyota Celica, the 1999 Toyota Celica, the 2000 Toyota Celica, the 1997 Toyota Highlander, the 1998 Toyota Highlander, the 1999 Toyota Highlander, the 2000 Toyota Highlander, the 1996 Toyota Sienna, the 1997 Toyota Sienna, the 1998 Toyota Sienna, the 1999 Toyota Sienna, the 2000 Toyota Sienna.
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2 Exterior lighting defect investigations of Toyota Avalon vehicles
This investigation was opened on Jul. 22, 1997. It was closed on Sep. 21, 1998. There is no summary currently available
Vehicles covered by this investigations include: the 1993 GEO Prizm, the 1994 GEO Prizm, the 1995 GEO Prizm, the 1996 GEO Prizm, the 1995 Toyota Avalon, the 1996 Toyota Avalon, the 1993 Toyota Corolla, the 1994 Toyota Corolla, the 1995 Toyota Corolla, the 1996 Toyota Corolla, the 1995 Toyota Tacoma, the 1996 Toyota Tacoma.
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3 Exterior lighting defect investigations of Toyota Avalon vehicles
This investigation was opened on Apr. 29, 1997. It was closed on Jul. 22, 1997. Consumers allege left and right turn signal functions fail while driving. Toyota dealers have replaced turn signal switches, but in one instance the new switch still failed intermittently. Dealer mechanics instructed the owner to turn the hazard warning switch on/off to "reset" the switch.
Vehicles covered by this investigations include: the 1996 Toyota Avalon.
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